Non Smoking Area

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    1. Wait so is the idea that non-smokers don’t die in war or is it that non-smokers are immortal in general?

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    2. I’ve yet to figure out how to quit, successfully. So far, the only times I’ve ever quit for any significant length of time is when I’ve been sick. The longest I managed was 2+ years, while I was pregnant, then breast-feeding.

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    3. earm. I’ve managed to quit three days at a time at most. I was giving it a pretty good go in January but I’ve slipped back to the normal 30 a day. (I’m worse now that I live somewhere where smokes are a dollar a pack, roughly) I really hate every cigarette I smoke now, and I hate coming home to my apartment and smelling it and I hate waking up in a coughing fit as I have been recently but there we go. I realized a while back that I’ve been smoking daily for ten years now, which makes me a bit ill to think of.

      Still I don’t like this ad.

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    4. It just means that smokers wouldn’t be caught dead in a non smoking area.

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    5. To quote the immortal Bill Hicks

      “I have something to tell you non-smokers that I know for a fact that you don’t know, and I feel it’s my duty to pass on information at all times. Ready?. . . . Non-smokers die every day . . . Enjoy your evening. See, I know that you entertain this eternal life fantasy because you’ve chosen not to smoke, but let me be the 1st to POP that bubble and bring you hurling back to reality . . . You’re dead too.”

      “I smoke. If this bothers anyone, I suggest you look around at the world in which we live and shut your f***** mouth.”

      “The worst kind of non-smokers are the ones that come up to you and cough. That’s pretty fucking cruel isn’t it? Do you go up to cripples and dance too?”

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    6. yeah I really dont get this one as well. Do non-smokers just get dumped in the ground with no headstone? Are they implying the other soldiers died because of lung cancer as oppossed to wounds sustained in combat? Are they saying that not smoking in WW2 was some how magic protection from violent death. Or are they saying that somehow not smoking is like using a time machine, that allows you to get out of the grave (there is an open spot, which would have been filled in) and therby changes history and erases your tombstone from existence?

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    7. Great, another sanctimonious “quit smoking” ad. I really, really, really wish smug non-smokers would get caught up in a similar hazardous habit that they can’t kick, then we’ll see if they like it when people preach about how they must stop. I’m up to three packs a day, and I hate it and can’t do a goddamn thing about it, so get off our case and let us be!

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