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Poop. And this girl seeks to conquer the world. Source: World Conquest Zvezda Plot. How feel if you had to p . , rail peep ]_ iie you were eating? Wait, thei" '

And this girl seeks to conquer the world.
Source: World Conquest Zvezda Plot

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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#12 - caffeinecommissar
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As a smoker, I agree that it is selfish and egocentric to smoke in a closed room or indoor environment without the permission of other people and if you do so there is a special place in Hell reserved for you.   
   
That being said, we smokers are still human beings, just because we show the courtesy of asking for permission to light up, it doesn't mean it is an invitation to yell at our faces saying that everyone hates us and that we should just die before we haven't even taken a puff.
As a smoker, I agree that it is selfish and egocentric to smoke in a closed room or indoor environment without the permission of other people and if you do so there is a special place in Hell reserved for you.

That being said, we smokers are still human beings, just because we show the courtesy of asking for permission to light up, it doesn't mean it is an invitation to yell at our faces saying that everyone hates us and that we should just die before we haven't even taken a puff.
#24 to #12 - anon id: c35975f2
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I do see your point, and I wouldn't be hounding you about it, at whatever age I assume you are

Around here, though, smoking has a bad reputation. It's commonly known to be done by teens pressured into it in order to look cool in middle school, then at the high schools you see really miserable angry teens smoking outside in the rain. It's something no one here starts doing unless they're very young, and they're rude as **** about it.

And it is like that in quite a few places. Someone sees a smoker and they assume that person was a punk kid making ****** choices. It's got a stigma where I live.
User avatar #55 to #12 - forbesydemon
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I smoke, never in front of non smokers, NEVER inside even if allowed, always dispose of my butts properly, never give cigarettes to people unless I know for sure that they smoke in the first place and tell my friends to think about it properly before starting as it's like getting a tattoo, one small decision can leave you regretting it later in life. And yet people still give me hate for something I choose to do in my own time and generally in private.
#58 to #55 - caffeinecommissar
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With the exception of not smoking in front of non-smokers and not smoking indoors (since the places I am allowed to smoke indoors are my apartment and my parent's place) I can relate.
User avatar #65 to #12 - cleverguy
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that would be a reasonable point if smoking wasn't a choice, and a bad one at that
#115 to #65 - anon id: b3dd9916
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people who have never made a bad choice may reach their intended destination faster

but the people who has made a few bad choices along the way learns from their experience and grows from it.
User avatar #128 to #115 - cleverguy
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are you seriously trying to say that smoking makes you a better person?
User avatar #40 to #12 - infinitereaper
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As someone who was born unhealthy with several health issues I really don't like people who choose to throw away their health, not to mention second hand smoke and more pollution. But you're right,

Frankly, no one has to yell and tell you to die for smoking,

because you're already killing yourself

you could literally use a bong with unprocessed tobacco instead and be just fine.
User avatar #42 to #40 - caffeinecommissar
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I can see you have a strong opinion on this, but I want to commend you on expressing yourself very civil.

Sorry my response is rather lengthy.

Health issue is relative, some research indicates that smoking may prevent Alzheimer's disease, and though there are also studies that show the opposite, I've thought about the issue and looked at the causes of death for either in my family and realised I'm in a much bigger danger for Alzheimer's than lung cancer (I can elaborate if you want).

Also your body is capable of repairing most damaged sustained, almost all the damaged done to your body by smoking can heal over the course of 20 years. Or so I've heard, but I'm guessing it only works if you don't smoke for many years.

The damage must not be underestimated though.

And like many other people I've struggled with suicidal thoughts, so the whole killing myself slowly thing isn't really turning me from smoking since I don't have the balls to kill myself in an instant - plus the added perk of every time someone tells me to go and kill myself, I can respond: "Working on it mate." while lighting up another fag.

One thing though, unprocessed tobacco is no less dangerous than cigarette tobacco, it is just a different kind of poison (it is two different methods of smoking). And cigarette tobacco contains nicotine which helps one calm down, which is very helpful when one has a stressful or dangerous work, which unprocessed tobacco can not unless you invoke the placebo effect.

The bong thing? I think most people would mistake you for a stoner if you used one of those.
User avatar #43 to #42 - infinitereaper
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I don't know where the hell your getting your science from but here are a few things:
You're lungs are being damaged regardless, if you live anywhere near cars or a city, smoking amplifies the affect, as for "healing" soot that builds up in your lungs is permanent. There is no healing.

It's much less dangerous, of course it's all the same in lung damage if you roll it up, but cigarettes are highly processed, it's not that tabaco doesn't have nicotine, it's that cigarettes are loaded with **** to make you addicted and high. Even rolling up pure tabaco is better than cigs, much less tar and other additives.

Sure you might get mistaken for a stoner, but it's not illegal, and it's a hell of a lot safer.

I don't disdain drug use, in fact I couldn't care less, it's a personal choice, but smoking is pretty retarded. It's a waste of health, time, and money.
User avatar #47 to #43 - caffeinecommissar
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The Alzheimer's one:
www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2007-04/cp-mon033007.php
www.scienceagogo.com/news/20031012195753data_trunc_sys.shtml

"Such studies suggest that nicotine - or drugs that mimic nicotine - may one day prove beneficial in the treatment of neurological disorders."

How long time it takes for your body to regenerate:
health.howstuffworks.com/wellness/smoking-cessation/smokers-lungs-regenerate.htm

"statistics show that people who have quit smoking reduce their risk of developing lung cancer to that of a person who has never smoked, within 10 to 15 years after quitting."

Not going to argue on the processed/unprocessed, I find that less important than the rest. Not that I agree with you, but I find it secondary to the rest.

As for health - see above sources - and due to an experience from real life I'd much rather die of lung cancer than get Alzheimer's.

As for time and money?

Sure, smoking costs money, but so does every thing else. Why eat an expensive meal when you could have ramen noodles every day? Because it is an luxury we enjoy.

Time I wouldn't factor in, most of my cigarettes are smoked while doing something else.
User avatar #44 to #43 - infinitereaper
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your*
#76 to #12 - bann
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As someone who's been a smoker and a non-smoker...sometimes people have harder lives than others and a smoke truly can help. Anyone can bitch free will and all manner of ****...but the fact remains that life is easier with a smoke. I don't need them now, but I'd have killed a bitch before in my life without one.
User avatar #48 to #12 - Rei
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Smokers cost the Australian Government Millions in health care per year. The heavy tax on tobacco doesn't cover it. And smoking is more risky to people around you then the person actually smoking.
Despite smoking be illgeal in most public places there are always tons of smokers smoking in places with signs which prohibit smoking. I also have to clean up a **** ton of cigarettes everyday in non-smoking areas at the clinic I work at because smokers are dickheads.

As far as I'm concerned smokers can go **** themselves.
User avatar #59 to #48 - forbesydemon
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I live in New Zealand and it's pretty much the same here. Except people getting drunk and causing accidents/fights costs us more. I'd be more than happy for a bill to be passed where if they can prove your injury or illness is caused by either smoking or drinking then you foot the bill. I tore a muscle slipping on the wet cobblestones when blind drunk one night and had to get an ambo due to being unable to walk. With the free healthcare I got it paid for me but I felt like such a tool that I donated to the hospital a matching amount for my medical bill. It sucks that people so blatantly ignore rules put in place to protect the health of others. There's no excuse for that.
User avatar #49 to #48 - caffeinecommissar
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That is a valid complaint, personally I tend to put out my butts and throw them in the nearest garbage bin or drain. But only if there is one readily available (within ten meters or if I'm walking somewhere I wait until I pass one) if there isn't then I have to admit I am a terrible human being. Sorry for that.

Many places I've been to has designated smoking areas where the smokers themselves are responsible for cleaning up, I don't know if the people at your clinic are your colleagues or patients, but if it were your colleagues I'd suggest to your boss to make a similar designated smoking area with a similar cleaning-up deal. And make sure there is an ashtray or wastebin, otherwise it won't work.
User avatar #50 to #49 - Rei
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No can do, it's illegal tby federal law to smoke on a medical clinic's property
User avatar #51 to #50 - caffeinecommissar
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I'd suggest telling people to leave the boundary of the property, but I know from experience that won't work. Maybe 1 out of 10 smokers will leave the boundary, but that still leaves room for 9 ass holes. So I don't have a practical solution for your problem.

Well, maybe enforcing the no-smoking rule harder, but that would probably cost more than cleaning it up would before you have any results.
User avatar #53 to #51 - Rei
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Oh and whenever I do see smokers I kick em' off the property. But still finding close to 20 cigarretts a day
User avatar #56 to #53 - caffeinecommissar
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20 cigarettes a day? That isn't that bad, before I smoked I used to go to a school with about 100 students, a fourth or fifth of those smoked and just ditched their butts on the ground, the janitor said he picked up a hundred cigarette butts a day.
User avatar #52 to #51 - Rei
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To enforce it I'd have to call police
User avatar #54 to #52 - caffeinecommissar
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Exactly my point, and by the time the police arrives, the smokers are done and has left. And I doubt surveillance cameras would do much good since they already show a disdain for the "no smoking" rule.

Again, sorry you have to deal with it, I try to do my part but a lot of smokers are **** heads.
#93 to #48 - gagninedx
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And btw if you're a janitor at this clinic stop bitching and do you ******* job.
User avatar #117 to #93 - Rei
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Excuse me mate, it is illegal to smoke on the property.
#92 to #48 - gagninedx
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'' smoking is more risky to people around you then the person actually smoking.''
I would love to know where you got this from.
#13 to #12 - berkut
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Rule of the internet n° 11- All your carefully picked arguments can be easily ignored.
#14 to #13 - caffeinecommissar
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Does that face look like it cares what you read or not?
Does that face look like it cares what you read or not?
User avatar #15 to #14 - berkut
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Well, people like to be a bitch about anything it doesn't matter if you ask them for permission. Feel free to smoke wherever you like.
#16 to #15 - caffeinecommissar
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Oh, thought you were baiting me, sorry for my reaction then.

And you are absolutely right, people will never stop bitching about smoking. There was a petition in Denmark a few years back trying to forbid people to smoke in their own homes because "it might affect the neighbour". Unless your neighbour chain-smokes twenty cigarettes at once or you suffer from an extreme version of Astma, you wouldn't be able to smell the smoke as long as the smoker opens a window.
User avatar #17 to #16 - berkut
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Going with the mentality the some of the top comments have; I dislike drinkers more than smokers, a drunk person can kill me while driving or in a dispute right away, it blocks their minds. While a smoker can "kill me" in a spam of 10-20 years.
But, I don't see anybody blaming or cursing drinkers here.

But then again, it doesn't bother me if you drink or smoke. People need to learn that.
#78 to #17 - anon id: 6f23da10
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I dislike people drinking, but just because people drink, don’t mean they go out driving under the influence of alcohol. I still, noisy/dumb drunk people annoy me about as much as people smoking, especially the people that goes on my school that throw their cigarette butts on school property. Basically every time it happens, our school get fined and I rather that the money could go to new facilities or the like.
User avatar #20 to #17 - caffeinecommissar
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Hasn't thought about it that way.

Besides, some scientists estimate that the singularity is going to happen by 2045 and additionally due to the rising life-expectancy it has been estimated that the first person to live to be 1000 years old is alive today - hell, some even argue that young people today might live to see immortality being a thing.

Reason one I'm smoking: Giving death a chance to get me before science does.
User avatar #22 to #20 - berkut
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It would be ******* cool to live that many years, but in some point you'll get bored. I'd love to see the future and our first contact war.
It's better to die at 45-60 than at 90-100 being bored.
#88 to #20 - anon id: fc562363
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1000 years old? ***** you trippin
User avatar #129 to #88 - caffeinecommissar
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Dude, I have a thousand years to live according to the BBC.

news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/4003063.stm

I would be a fool not to be spent some of that time trippin'.
#21 - berkut
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>A loli taking a poop in a restaurant.
#23 to #21 - Proximity
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First time I can post this where it matches the context of the manga it came from
#30 to #23 - anon id: 9141410c
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what is this from
User avatar #32 to #30 - Proximity
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I don't remember the source. It was a guilty gear doujin and the "girl" in the picture is Bridget responding to someone saying that peeing and pooping in public is too masculine and vulgar
#25 to #21 - twofreegerbils
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OH BABY
#31 to #25 - bendeman
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Who needs context anyway?
#37 to #31 - twofreegerbils
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Thanks, another one for the collage!
#38 to #37 - bendeman
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have another
#27 - dribble
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I don't know why, but I bloody enjoy the crap out of poop jokes.
User avatar #90 to #27 - fjusernumberone
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Is source Haganai?
User avatar #130 to #90 - dribble
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Yup
User avatar #133 to #130 - fjusernumberone
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I thought so.
I'm just not used to seeing her not in her nun outfit.
User avatar #39 to #27 - perform
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What's the difference between a ****** and a bag of ****?

The bag!
#60 to #27 - nonanonnon
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p....porridge. Delicious, delicious porridge.
#118 to #27 - Tarquillaman
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Sauce?
User avatar #131 to #118 - dribble
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Boku wa tomodachi ga sukunai. Or Haganai for short.
#33 - anon id: 3e8678f5
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I support a future without weeaboos.
Get rid of this anime cancer.
User avatar #63 to #33 - plyxo
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I can support that. As long as we get rid of all other artforms in the world as well...
User avatar #64 to #63 - plyxo
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we'll start with the things you like anon
User avatar #68 to #33 - nebuchadnezzaurus
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To be fair, something even more cringey will probably appear in their place. Nature abhors a vacuum.
#99 to #33 - anon id: 20aac65b
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#83 to #33 - hakurai
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#82 to #33 - phantasmalcat
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User avatar #57 to #33 - othelox
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but anon~senpai...
#84 - goldendarknessx
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Every time I see a parent with their kid, I just put my cigarette down because I would feel kinda like a dick if I kept going while being around them.
User avatar #110 to #84 - exclamation
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Now if my parents did that while around their children, I'd be a little healthier.
#86 to #84 - letrollzor [OP]
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well aren't you a saint
well aren't you a saint
#87 to #86 - goldendarknessx
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Yeah putting my cigarette down to find something to throw at the little bastards.
Yeah putting my cigarette down to find something to throw at the little bastards.
#119 to #86 - Tarquillaman
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Sauce?
#121 to #119 - anon id: 50a1afb1
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To love ru
#122 to #121 - Tarquillaman
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Thanks
#120 to #119 - letrollzor [OP]
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To love ru
To love ru
#123 to #120 - Tarquillaman
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Thanks
User avatar #4 - kopn
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You want to smoke? Okay, fine.

You want to smoke in a public area with non-smokers around? **** you. **** you smokers at bus stops in particular. Especially when it's raining and everyone is huddled under the small cover, and you, in the middle of all of us, decide it's a good idea to light up a cigarette.
User avatar #8 to #4 - berkut
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Don't be a bitch, please.
#9 to #8 - shadowgandalf
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Thats not about him being a bitch, it's the smoker acting like a ******.
How would you feel about it, if instead of lightning a cigaret, he took a **** instead? The **** is less harmfull to everyone involved, and smell just as bad.
User avatar #11 to #9 - berkut
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Still, if I want to reach my destination, I deal witht that **** no matter what.
But that doesn't happen because taking a **** in public areas and buses is illegal but smoke is not.
But I have to say that it happened to me once.
One time I went to a hospital to donate blood, when everything was done the nurse told me to not be near somebody smoking because the smoke will be bad for me.
When I returned home on the bus, I smelled smoke, it was a man. The smell wasn't that strong, but I still went to him and told him to please stop smoking because I donated blood and it was bad for my health. He did with no problems.

I could let him smoke, I wouldn't care, but in that situation I needed him to stop, and so he did.
I don't force anybody to stop doing something I don't like if doesn't affect me, but if it does, I do it. Even tho they will ignore me, and they do sometimes.

Mostly because not so many things bother me, because I don't like to complain or being a bitch about minor things.
#62 to #4 - howboutyou
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If I wasn't a coward, I'd totally push that smoker you were talking about into a speeding truck. If he is gonna die anyway, might as well not take us with him!! Too bad I'm too much of a chicken to actually kill people... or even harm them the slightest.
User avatar #5 to #4 - kopn
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Also is this anime any good?
#7 to #5 - anon id: 94ff5b3f
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I would say so, yes.
I would say so, yes.
User avatar #10 to #7 - kopn
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Okidoki, I might check it out later.
#100 to #4 - creepyfapper
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Everytime i smoke at a bus stop i always go away from the other, whatever weather. If it's a really strong wind i might light it inside the bus stop before going outside
#101 to #100 - kopn
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#1 - anon id: e10e714d
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I support a future without smokers
User avatar #36 to #1 - belt
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I support a future where people are allowed to make their own decisions about something they enjoy
User avatar #61 to #36 - mchurtstab
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i enjoy fisting people that support a future where people can do what they enjoy. thanks for your support.
#6 to #1 - berkut
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I don't smoke, but I don't dislike the smell of cigarette smoke either, I kinda like it.
It tastes awful but it smells good.
#18 to #6 - boomerpyro
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like Engine fuel (gas)
i love engine fuel smell
sorry for my engrish
User avatar #19 to #18 - berkut
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It smells ******* great.
User avatar #66 to #6 - nebuchadnezzaurus
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Don't you mean smells like lung cancer????
Sorry, sorry, I couldn't help it. I also like the smell of some brands of cigarette.
There is a legitimate health risk though
User avatar #71 to #66 - berkut
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Delicious lung cancer.
User avatar #29 to #6 - nintendolover
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I can semi-relate. I don't drink and am not fond of alcoholism, but beer smells heavenly. I often find myself sniffing beer cans when I'm cleaning them up.
User avatar #67 to #29 - nebuchadnezzaurus
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Well... that's a first
User avatar #28 to #6 - mrhaihoang
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I think tobacco smells wonderful before it burns.
#105 - grandmasterjax
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Damn, he asked nicely, all she had to say was no.
#96 - tehbomb
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**tehbomb rolled image**
Mfw smokers are cancer with cancer on a cancerous nation
#2 - dafuckisthisshit
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****************** rolled user bikkie **