42 thoughts on “>cigs make you look cool af. >don't want lung cancer and smell and old man voice

  1. Anonymous says:

    >what is the solution to this dilemma /fashion/bros
    being resistant to advertising. it’s that simple. pic related, that’s what 99% of smokers look like.

    • Anonymous says:

      >being resistant to advertising. it’s that simple
      in most developed countries advertising ciggies is banned already
      you just can fight the fact that they look really good on tv and irl
      your picrel goes really hard

      https://i.imgur.com/DzZWOLL.jpg

      >cigs make you look cool af
      >don’t want lung cancer and smell and old man voice
      what is the solution to this dilemma /fashion/bros

      just dont be a b***h and start smoking bro

      • Anonymous says:

        if my picrel is appealing to you, you’re beyond saving. indulging in their addiction, which cripples them if they don’t, which makes them smell bad, which as a negative effect on their health and which requires them to dedicate time to it, often being exposed to unpleasant weather or other discomforts. none of that sounds appealing to me, but apparently to you. and that’s before you have even heard the opinions of other people. they will tell you that you smell bad, don’t worry. your bad breath will repel many a cute girl as well. what you see on TV is still advertising. to have a character "look cool" while smoking is a conscious decision made by someone.

        Just smoke on occasion at bars and such to pick up girls. If she smokes she pokes

        real rural hours, or thirdie

        I’ve been getting into flavoured toothpicks to stop smoking/vaping

        Not as cool as smoking but can look /fashion/ on that right person I reckon

        lmao

        Don’t swallow the smoke
        Personally I smoke a pipe

        lmao

        • Anonymous says:

          What’s lmao about smoking a pipe?
          It’s nice, not really addicting, and people give you compliments.
          Just remember, if you are not wearing particularly formal use the most subdued one possible.

        • Anonymous says:

          Burnt tobacco smells nice. But keep trusting the healthcare expert that says you should get the Covid vaccine each year. Also it’s about self control. You don’t have to smoke everyday if you don’t want to. The rest are kek worthy though. Also don’t understand what you mean by real rural hours, or third is

          • Anonymous says:

            but you don’t smell like burnt tobacco. you don’t smell like a cigar. you smell like cold smoke. big difference.

    • Anonymous says:

      damn, they look really cool, nice jackets too

      https://i.imgur.com/DzZWOLL.jpg

      >cigs make you look cool af
      >don’t want lung cancer and smell and old man voice
      what is the solution to this dilemma /fashion/bros

      cancer is the best part OP, smell goes away if you’re wearing cotton, don’t know a smoker with old man’s voice, despite the ones who are… old men

  2. Anonymous says:

    I’ve been getting into flavoured toothpicks to stop smoking/vaping

    Not as cool as smoking but can look /fashion/ on that right person I reckon

      • Anonymous says:

        Because cigars are for sitting for a half hour to an hour at a time and relaxing. If you’re just standing on the street smoking a cigar you’ll look just as autistic as toothpick boy, and pipes is the same in any situation. Save that shit for home, not on a night out on town.

        • Anonymous says:

          Depends on what you describe as a night out. I enjoy smoking a small pipe at the bar with my friends, it’s nice for those moments when the conversation steers towards deeper waters. And I just don’t like the taste of cigarettes.
          I rarely smoke at my house.

          • Anonymous says:

            who sells you the rolling tobacco, anon? You are sourcing it from a local, trustworthy grower or growing your own, right?

          • Anonymous says:

            Not really, the tobacco itself isn’t the issue. It’s everything else they put in cigarettes. For example, I prefer having a harder time keeping my tobacco lit than inhaling whatever fuel they put in cigarettes.

          • Anonymous says:

            And how do you think they apply those additives to the tobacco? "Filler" isn’t the only issue, friend. They spray in with shit during processing, then chop it up and package it, both loose tobacco and prerolled have this issue.

          • Anonymous says:

            I buy from small brands but don’t all brands kind of just buy tobacco from the people who actually cultivate them?

          • Anonymous says:

            US tobacco laws require certain chemicals to not be used in us grown tobacco. US cigs are almost all made with latin/south american tobacco as a result which do not have these chemical constraints. Roll your own with us grown or source tobacco that is chemical free

          • Anonymous says:

            Not really, the tobacco itself isn’t the issue. It’s everything else they put in cigarettes. For example, I prefer having a harder time keeping my tobacco lit than inhaling whatever fuel they put in cigarettes.

            >they don’t grow their own
            Cut out the middleman and embrace substance farming, anons.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Bros I’ve been smoking 3-4 cigarettes a day for 10 years. Would that have an effect on aging me, causing wrinkles, sagging skin? I’m 29 but only have one faint forehead line. No wrinkles but my skin looks like it’s beginning to sag, it looks less firm.

  4. Anonymous says:

    >what is the solution to this dilemma /fashion/bros
    Find another way to look cool. I smoke and I’m not worried about the health effects. My cope is that by the time I will have to deal with the consequences of my smoking the medicine of the future will have an easy fix. Aside from the health risks, it’s a huge waste of money

    • Anonymous says:

      there’s barely any research funded by big corps when it comes to alleviating the damage from cigarettes, since it’s not a guaranteed business. regulations might stop it any time, insurances are campaigning against it, etc. it’s being researched on university level only, because you can get large sample sizes easily and your research will likely not be interfered with by company interests. hate to say it, but we have a way of dealing with the health effects already. not smoking.

  5. Anonymous says:

    The ultimate chad move for conspicuous public consumption is dip. Zyn is better. I carry around a water bottle or seltzer can as a spitter. I like pipes, cigars, and cigs. But they’re offensive in public in a different way and require you to be outside which is unpleasant in the rain or cold. I’ve never been stopped doing it on the train, a restaurant, in a girl’s bed, or shopping in a store/the mall. For whatever reason because you’re not releasing smoke from a vape or a dart, no one ever cares

    • Anonymous says:

      That’s defeating OP’s objective which is looking cool while doing tobacco. If you hide it what’s the point?
      And smoking in the cold/rain is cool.

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