gopher321: Horseshiat. Smoking, even in your early years, not only threatens your health directly, but also amplifies any other medical conditions you may have and makes them worse.
Just another Heartland Weirdass: BronyMedic: Just another Heartland Weirdass: I would agree if you could mainline nicotine. I don't wanna hafta smell your stinky clothes, hair, car, or breath. Unprotected anal sex with multiple partners seems more effective and is definitely less smelly.Pure nicotine is one of the most toxic substances known to man.It's a neurotoxin, which works on the cholinergic receptors of your body, producing what's known as the nicotinic toxidrome.So?I want to encourage dangerous and potentially lethal behavior, and it appears that I did just that.Also,Botulinum toxin is THE most toxic substance known to man and it can be used in all sorts of medicines that are directly injected into you and even helps fight anal fissures. So fark yeah toxins!
Huck And Molly Ziegler: I quit cold turkey (and cigarettes) at age 49, mainly because it seemed like it would be really depressing to be still smoking when I was 50. (How's THAT for a rationalization?)However, I started after college and never went through more than half a pack a day and I kept up an exercise routine.
Super Chronic: I still occasionally have dreams where I'm smoking
kiwimoogle84: Or.... never start smoking in the first place, so you never have to go through the arduous process of quitting.Just saying.
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