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By Really? / Saturday 31 December 2016 01:54 / Australia - Homebush
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The butterfly effect is called to mind—owing its name to the notion that the characteristics of a hurricane can be influenced by the tiniest atmospheric perturbations (like butterflies flapping their wings) weeks earlier. It extends to other meteorological phenomena besides hurricanes. I guess I'm trying to say that you should kill as many butterflies as possible to keep ash off of your face.

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The butterfly effect is called to mind—owing its name to the notion that the characteristics of a hurricane can be influenced by the tiniest atmospheric perturbations (like butterflies flapping their wings) weeks earlier. It extends to other meteorological phenomena besides hurricanes. I guess I'm trying to say that you should kill as many butterflies as possible to keep ash off of your face.

I've heard of the dangers of second-hand smoke, but I've never heard of second-hand ash. Ok, I have heard of second-hand ash, but I thought that person had a speech impediment and was talking about sloppy seconds.

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That's true , but also when it's colder people are most exposed to getting sick. I know no one enjoys getting sick. I personally hate the cold because it's kills the drive to do anything outside if your not use to it.

By  species4872

Interesting, since you cannot smoke in pubs, clubs, hell everywhere indoors in New South Wales.

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If its a pub with an outdoor area, then you can smoke. The "sea breeze" indicated OP was outdoors, like in a beer garden or on a balcony. My local pub has a smoking area out the front.

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