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Tried cigarettes once when I was a teenager, didn't like it.
Tried again in college, that time it was cigarellos. No sir, didn't like them unless I was drinking.
Now, I can't stand the smell of smoke, cigarettes are the worst, cigars and pipes only slightly better.
On the other hand, I like incense, go figure!
Smoking (by others) has run me out of some restaurants, all bars and clubs, and bowling alleys. My wife and I used to enjoy bowling, but we had to stop when she was pregnant, and now we can't start again because we hate the smoke smell. Thank goodness that there are smoke free restaurants, because the segregated ones don't do a very good job of keeping the smoke from the non-smoking areas.

In reply to Re: Do you smoke tobacco? by poqui
in thread Do you smoke tobacco? by tye 

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