are you calling me that because i wont be paying taxes on them ? besides whats so bad about them? just because they are mutlicoloured? you have a problem against coloured cigarettes? anything else coloured that you dont like ? anyway, is there any difference in taste or just packaging?(Original post by a_t)
The cocktail ones? wtf is up with you nigrah? You crazy
those slim cigarettes Watch
- 08-08-2009 23:36
(Original post by abrp)
- 08-08-2009 23:46
are you calling me that because i wont be paying taxes on them ? besides whats so bad about them? just because they are mutlicoloured? you have a problem against coloured cigarettes? anything else coloured that you dont like ? anyway, is there any difference in taste or just packaging?
Erm I dunno I don't smoke your gay/black cigs, white cigs ftw
(Original post by a_t)
- 09-08-2009 00:47
You probably do wish you were like me tbh cos you clearly aren't very bright as according to your profile you
(Original post by madima)
- 09-08-2009 00:48
p.s. you're probably fat and butters.
(Original post by Zed's Dead Baby)
- 09-08-2009 00:49
Well that's really only based on a factor of who smokes them rather than smoking in general. You've generalised far too much there with the term 'dirty smoker'.
Generally if somebody doesn't wash or wash their clothes often enough then yes they probably will end up smelling like cigarette smoke, usually that's generally people who've just 'let go of themselves'.
I don't smoke either, i'm not biased here.
(Original post by Meekle72)
- 09-08-2009 10:19
How much are they? I really don't want to spend my money on packs of cigarettes, so even if they aren't cheap im thinking in the long run it'll be a wise investment.
(Original post by Vienna Cannon)
- 09-08-2009 11:07
well poundland have rollie machines hence why i started into rollies. £1 for rollie machine £1 fo loads of papers and loads of filters... and depending on your brand of tobacco you can get good cheap stuff (gold leaf = £4 odd for 23g) you can make close to 100 cigarettes out of it.