By Really? - Australia - Homebush
Today, during an endless heat wave, I sat at my local pub having a beer. I was delighted as a cool sea breeze started to come through. I was less delighted when the sea breeze picked up and blew cigarette ash onto my sweaty face and into my mouth. FML
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By  Tripartita  |  44

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.

By  RichardPencil  |  30

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.

  somelildude  |  14

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  |  19

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

  LonelyAngel22  |  13

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.