Jump to content

Recommended Posts

It's a funny term that makes smoking is a "thing". I'm not a smoker. She's a smoker. It's like vegetarians or something. A life choice.

You can't just have a tab now and again, you have to define yourself by it.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

It's how you start smoking full time and quit too I suppose. I stopped buying ciggies during the week and just smoked when I drank but then I thought who am I fucking kidding and stopped altogether.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Is it that strange? I like nicotine but hate stinking of ciggies when at home, plus all the hangups of smoking regularly such as stained teeth etc. so i'll have one or two when i'm in the boozer. The only time i'll have a smoke when i'm not in a social situation is if i'm working to meet a deadline/late into the night and need to concentrate.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
The bit I struggle with is the word "social".

 

I suppose that made more sense when you could smoke in pubs and when more people smoked.

Nowadays as you have to go outside whilst your friends are still inside it is more like antisocial smoking.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

You're not addicted so you decide to make your breath stink and damage your own heath for no obvious benefit? Does it make you loosen up and talk more like alcohol? I really don't get how it strengthens a social bond.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
I suppose that made more sense when you could smoke in pubs and when more people smoked.

Nowadays as you have to go outside whilst your friends are still inside it is more like antisocial smoking.

 

Thats kinda the whole point

 

Its known as Smirting ..its going to big fuck off busy pubs or clubs,and having a excuse to go out to the smoking area where all the hot birds are ,and also having numerous smoking related chat up lines to break the ice with one of those birds

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I know plenty of people who do this (I've never seen the attraction), and they all reckon you get a little head-rush when you have a "social smoke" after having a few drinks. I'd rather just sink a couple of tequilas and a jaegarbomb for my head rush.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I always thought it was a fictional device to allow smokers who say they'd given up smoking to smoke when they're on a night out, while still pretending they've given up.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
You're not addicted so you decide to make your breath stink and damage your own heath for no obvious benefit? Does it make you loosen up and talk more like alcohol? I really don't get how it strengthens a social bond.

 

Some people just like smoking eh.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
I always thought it was a fictional device to allow smokers who say they'd given up smoking to smoke when they're on a night out, while still pretending they've given up.

 

This is why I do it,it makes me feel I'm still on the right track even though I've blown a weeks worth of determination by not smoking.

Still though,they are fucking horrible things yet id love one now.

 

Might pop down and pour out a glass of whiskey and light up. Il be drinking like a mad thing as an excuse to smoke,and end up losing a liver instead of a lung.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
You're not addicted so you decide to make your breath stink and damage your own heath for no obvious benefit? Does it make you loosen up and talk more like alcohol? I really don't get how it strengthens a social bond.

 

Are cigars addictive? I don't think people even inhale cigar smoke.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest ShoePiss

Pipe tobacco smells really good, it almost seems like a hobby too the way they care for the pipe etc.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest ShoePiss

Just found this, it seems it's even more involved than I thought.

 

Pipe Smoking Guide

 

Guide to Pipe Smoking - Introduction

So you’ve decided to smoke a pipe? Wise decision! Pipe smoking is one of the most relaxing and pleasurable experiences that a person can enjoy. Smoking a pipe is a distinguished pleasure and you have chosen to join the elite few who call themselves pipe smokers.

 

As such, always smoke your pipe with respect for others and observe proper smoking etiquette.

 

There's an almost infinite variety of pipe tobacco available, some of which may offend people around you, so consider the people around you when choosing your tobaccos, especially if you will be indoors. Most of all enjoy the pleasure and peace that smoking a good tobacco pipe can bring.

 

When cared for properly, your pipes will become favorite friends who will provide you years of relaxing enjoyment.

 

Of course, pipe smoking requires a certain degree of skill and concentration to maximize your enjoyment of the briar. There are perhaps thousands of people who have imagined themselves as pipe smokers only to give it a try and suffer through it because they didn’t have anyone to teach them the proper methods of pipe smoking.

 

Avoid the pitfalls and frustrations of learning to smoke a pipe the hard way and allow us to help you to full smoking enjoyment.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest ShoePiss
Smoking in general I don't get!

 

For the weak and uncool!

 

Yeah right, you're one of those talked about in the above guide that tried smoking a pipe but didn't have that certain degree of skill and concentration.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Guest LFD
Yeah right, you're one of those talked about in the above guide that tried smoking a pipe but didn't have that certain degree of skill and concentration.

 

No I have common sense and realise smoking is really not good for you!

 

That and I have asthma! haha

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

  • Available Subscriptions

  • Latest Round Up

  • Last Match Report

  • Popular Contributors

  • top casino sites
  • Posts

    • When the Nazis came to power, the first anti-Jewish thing they brought in was the Civil Service Law which forbade Jews from working in the civil service or public office. A couple of years later, they banned Jewish doctors from treating non-Jewish patients. During the pandemic, all NHS doctors and nurses - that refused to be vaccinated - were fired. If you're a newly qualified nurse/ doctor, you can't practice medicine without mandatory COVID vaccination.   They then stopped Jews from being members of the Reich Ministry of Culture. The Nazis did this to stop them working in radio stations, in theatres, or producing artwork of any kind - ostensibly, taking their voice away from them. They also held mass bonfires to burn books by Jewish authors. David Icke had his youtube channel removed for questioning the official narrative of the virus. Lots of social media commentators have been de-platformed for similar things. Chinese doctors who challenged the WHO narrative were rounded up and disappeared.   The Nazis then boycotted Jewish businesses to weaken the Jewish people financially. Greece has brought in a law where unvaccinated people have to pay a 100 euro fine every month. Many countries are talking about fines for people going out if they are unvaccinated.   The Nazis then brought in the Nuremberg laws of 1935, which stripped Jews of German citizenship and started segregating them from the rest of society. They were forbidden from marrying non-Jews or having sexual relationships with them. We have a media that paints the unvaccinated as moronic, dangerous, stupid and most of all... selfish. Unvaccinated people are not allowed at sporting events, concerts, restaurants etc.    In 1938, the Reich Supreme Court declared that being a Jew was grounds for dismissal in any job. We've seen many private companies follow the governments lead and sack their staff if they are unvaccinated. How long until being unvaccinated is an official sackable offence in every job?   Jews are now required to carry papers. Their passports are marked with a red letter 'J' to differentiate them from non-Jews. The famous badges that depict the Star of David are brought in the following year. COVID passes are now necessary for travel. Private businesses can refuse entry if you don't have an 'up to date' COVID pass. Current and up to date has changed. The government initially promised COVID passes for all people who had double vaccine status. Now it requires a booster jab, and presumably, the next booster jab will invalidate the first, and so on. It's kind of similar to the way the Nazis would change the law every couple of months to make a Jewish persons papers invalid.    The Nazi's then sent 30,000 Jewish leaders to concentration camps. The Nazi's did this for the German people's protection, of course. Then the curfews started. And the rest, as you say, is history. 
    • That's been coming for a while.
    • Yeah, talk about somebody making the most of their opportunity. 
        I still think being jaded after too much football hasn't helped Bobby in the last couple of years either, so hopefully we'll start to see more from him when we need him in January. 
    • I had a very brief read of his twitter feed and I think it may be a clever parody account :    "i've wanted to be a girl but i've also wanted to be a boy and then other times wanted to be a hamster or something so perhaps the commonality is i want to transcend the physical limitations of this body and live up to my true potential as a 9th level spellcaster shapeshifter :P    
    • Whichever one costs the most.
  • new UK casino
  • Topics

×