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By reptar2009 - / Wednesday 2 December 2009 00:49 / United States
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Today, I lied to my parents about doing something I shouldn't be doing in the first place, but was later caught doing the very thing I lied to them about by said parents. FML karma's a bitch, ehh? If you're old enough, which I'm guessing you're not, why didn't you just say "Yeah, I smoke, but then again, it's also perfectly legal for me to do so."?

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Chances are his parents are uptight about stuff like that and he didn't feel like dealing with the drama of them bitching at him. My parents are the same way. I'm 22 years old and I smoke, but no one in my family knows about it because they all think smokers are horrible disgusting people that deserve to be shot. (No joke.) I hide it because I don't want to deal with the lectures and the dirty looks.

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Most people that don't like smokers don't give a fuck about their health, it's their choice. If they want black lungs at 50 so be it. But second hand smoke is so disgusting and vile, especially if you subject your family to it because they really have no choice.

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There's an astronomical difference between smoking and unhealthy eating habits. I personally would never say anything about a person's eating habits because hey, no matter how much you eat, it won't affect me in any shape, way or form. (Pun intended.) But if you're smoking in my personal space and I'm unable to get out of the way so I can breathe fresh air, yes, I'll ask you to butt out. The point is eating IS a personal choice - it only affects your own body. Smoking, however, affects everybody around you. I have no problem if people smoke but harm your body in your own time and keep the secondhand smoke the hell away from me. Please and thank you. :)

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Thank you. I don't care what you do to your own body, but just because you want to ruin your lungs and smell like shit all the time doesn't mean I do. And to the smokers who claim that they don't stink--YES. YOU DO. You just can't smell it on yourselves. It smells like someone died on you. And to WTFsGoingOn--being thin DOES NOT equal being healthy, you dumbass. You might very well be thin, but you're certainly not healthy.

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You're an idiot, being thin doesn't make you healthy. I bet you've not had a doctor check you out, eh? They'd say otherwise if your diet consists of McDonald's and a pack of cigs.

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WTFsGoingOn - if you smoke, you're not healthy. You might feel healthy now, but just wait for 20 years down the track. At least with fast food you can just have a little bit now and then and it won't affect your health. Smoking will always, ALWAYS, affect your health.

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WTFsGoingOn I don't see any obese people going around and spewing their cholesterol into the mouths of people around them. Smoking is dangerous for the smoker AND the people near him/her. Ever heard of second hand smoke? And btw-just because you're skinny, it doesn't mean you're healthy. You can still get lung cancer and heart disease.

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174 - You're a fool. Secondhand smoke is a very harmful thing. Carcinogens in the cigarette are passed into the smoke and into others' lungs. This explains why even non smokers can develop lung cancer or other health issues if they live in a household with multiple smokers. It has nothing to do with banning cigarettes, it has to do with being aware that you're harming others with smoking, not just yourself.

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