View Poll Results: Do you use any for of tobacco?

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  • Yes, I do.

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  • No, but I used to regularly.

    11 14.67%
  • No, never (or a few times).

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    Re: Tobacco

    Quote Originally Posted by George VI View Post
    I've had one cigarette. Just experimenting as a teenger, that's all. It gave me a headache.

    Although I do admire females who smoke though.
    there is a joke about that....men love screwing women who smoke, especially if they cough during intercourse...
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    Re: Tobacco

    I smoke and think the the taxes are total B.S.
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    Re: Tobacco

    Quote Originally Posted by Kali View Post
    I smoke and think the the taxes are total B.S.

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    I drink and smoke...and I've never known a liberal woman who gave a damn.

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    Re: Tobacco

    Quote Originally Posted by hammerman View Post
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    I drink and smoke...and I've never known a liberal woman who gave a damn.
    LOL! I am a liberal female that cares about taxes and all kinds of other things.
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    Re: Tobacco

    I smoke hookah on a semi-weekly basis, which if I understand correctly is a blend containing 30% tobacco. I use to smoke American Spirits, but they cost a fortune, so now I don't smoke any cigarettes. I don't have cravings for hookah either, it is more of a social thing, way to get some friends together and have a face to face conversation.
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    Re: Tobacco

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr_Patrick View Post
    I used to be a chain smoker (about 2 packs a day) and then I quit 3 years ago. Though every rare now and then I'll have a few hits from an electronic cigarette, though they are non-nicotine so I guess that doesn't really count.
    I bought an electronic cigarette and electronic cigar today, the kind with nicotine. Interesting.

    Do you think they violate public smoking laws?

    I've heard there have been some big arguments in restaurants over them. The customers complaining and manager telling the person to stop or leave, and the person refusing to leave unless then they don't have to pay for the meal. If they pay they get to stay or if they have to leave then why should they pay? The electronic cigarette isn't a cigarette. What do you think?

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    Re: Tobacco

    I smoked like a chimney until a month or so ago. I do like a cigar on cigar night at the Closet. I roll some tobacco in a joint as well.
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    Re: Tobacco

    My rule of life prescribed as an absolutely sacred rite smoking cigars and also the drinking of alcohol before, after and if need be during all meals and in the intervals between them.























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    Re: Tobacco

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    I bought an electronic cigarette and electronic cigar today, the kind with nicotine. Interesting.

    Do you think they violate public smoking laws?

    I've heard there have been some big arguments in restaurants over them. The customers complaining and manager telling the person to stop or leave, and the person refusing to leave unless then they don't have to pay for the meal. If they pay they get to stay or if they have to leave then why should they pay? The electronic cigarette isn't a cigarette. What do you think?



    Does it smell? Does smoke come out of it?


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    Re: Tobacco

    Quote Originally Posted by Sanitas View Post
    Do you use any form of tobacco?
    Cigarettes, cigars, chew, etc.

    I am curious...
    I used to smoke. Its been about 3-4 years since my last cigarette.
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