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121. Posted: Fri 11th Sep 2009 00:44 BST
ex-smokers are 10x worse than non-smokers for preaching.
Edited on Fri 11th September, 2009 @ 00:47 by Stevie
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122. Posted: Fri 11th Sep 2009 00:53 BST
Right now, I have a sore throat, I felt like I've been smoking, even thought I haven't at all.
123. Posted: Fri 11th Sep 2009 00:54 BST
ex-smokers are 10x worse than non-smokers for preaching.Check it
sometimes ex-anything is worse, to be honest... ever tried to hang around someone on a fad diet? someone who decided to change religions? someone who stopped smoking or drinking? went vegetarian? that's generally all they can talk about until they get over the newness factor, and the ones who get preachy or drop all their old friends who didn't change along with them get on my nerves hardcore. it's almost as if they feel some compulsion to keep talking about how they're not doing blah-blah-blah anymore or drop all their old friends who still do blah-blah-blah, because if they stop talking about it or hang out with them they'll just go right back into doing blah-blah-blah again. it kinda gives you a feel for who your friends that are worth keeping really are... i don't like hanging around people sniping at me for my life choices just because they've changed theirs. :/
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124. Posted: Fri 11th Sep 2009 00:59 BST
SSBFan1999, didn't you just say "Hell no, I never smoked before and will never ever smoke"? You've never smoked before; you don't know how someone who smokes actually feels because you've never done it yourself. Plz to stop being so dramatic.
125. Posted: Fri 11th Sep 2009 01:08 BST
My wife smokes off and on. She quits from time to time, but in truth it doesn't bother me. She smokes outside.
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126. Posted: Fri 11th Sep 2009 01:11 BST
@Link-Hero: That made my sore throath get even worse, by just her smoking through her throath! Good thing she quit smoking, however, smoking can do pretty horrifying results to your body. BTW, when did she die?
127. Posted: Fri 11th Sep 2009 02:10 BST
I went out with someone one who smoked and at the end of our date we got to smooching and it was so disgusting that I had to stop and tell her how gross it was. She was a bit taken aback, but seriously I was going to be sick! .
No second date with her then, I take it?
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128. Posted: Fri 11th Sep 2009 02:14 BST
It's hard to feel sorry for someone who goes out with and kisses a smoker when they know that the person smokes. I have a friend that was recently griping about this girl he's dating being a smoker and what does he do every five minutes? Sticks a dip of nasty ass snuff in his lip.
Edited on Fri 11th September, 2009 @ 02:15 by Corbs
129. Posted: Fri 11th Sep 2009 02:18 BST
Couldn't say it better myself ! I know people like that.
130. Posted: Fri 11th Sep 2009 02:22 BST
snuff = chewing tobacco
131. Posted: Fri 11th Sep 2009 02:29 BST
Snuff is even more foul than cigarettes are. Nothing more attractive than someone spitting a stream of tobacco saliva on the ground every few minutes. Gross.
132. Posted: Fri 11th Sep 2009 02:31 BST
I freak out if I get a tiny strand of tobacco in my mouth, yuk! Chewing it?! No ta. spit's pa-ding!
133. Posted: Fri 11th Sep 2009 02:33 BST
@The Fox I have to agree. I live in hickville literally. Nothing worse than seeing what could be an attractive woman with that crap in her mouth.
134. Posted: Fri 11th Sep 2009 03:04 BST
I have no clue. Havn't heard about her in years, and I don't remember her name either. Though, I'm pretty sure she is dead now, since that is about a 7-10 year old commercial.
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135. Posted: Fri 11th Sep 2009 03:19 BST
From what I've learned, chewing tabacco has VERY small bits of broken glass in it that help to slightly cut your lip and allow the chemicals to directly seep into your blood stream... Idk I'm guessing that was some sort of scare tactic that my health teacher used.Anyhoo, no. I don't smoke and I never will.The only people I lose respect for when they smoke is teenagers.No, you don't look "cool"No, it's not "fun"No, it doesn't make you more "adult."
Edited on Fri 11th September, 2009 @ 03:20 by BleachFan
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136. Posted: Fri 11th Sep 2009 04:41 BST
From what I've learned, chewing tabacco has VERY small bits of broken glass in it that help to slightly cut your lip and allow the chemicals to directly seep into your blood stream... Idk I'm guessing that was some sort of scare tactic that my health teacher used.
it's an urban myth. here it is on Snopes (that particular article covers a few myths about cigarettes and stuff, including fiberglass in cigs and smokeless tobacco). incidentally, here's a very similar one about the gold flakes in Goldschlager. :3
137. Posted: Fri 11th Sep 2009 12:18 BST
Well, I hadn't ever kissed a smoker to that point (knowingly) so I didn't know what to expect. It was a rude shock! I also think people would tend to be less judgemental about smoking if it wasn't for the fact that it's an activity that impacts people around the smoker whether they like it or not.
Edited on Fri 11th September, 2009 @ 12:19 by Sean_Aaron
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138. Posted: Fri 11th Sep 2009 12:31 BST
Couldn't agree more. I don't even let my nieces see me smoke, nor does my brother, it's all kept outside the house. Some people though just don't care and I hate them for being so selfish, smoking round their kids, disgusting behaviour.