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SO TAKE THAT YOU ANTI SMOKING LOBBYISTS (it was part of a lock in, in The Ditch).
SIGNED SMUG SMOKER.
but i'm not in a bar so it doesn't really count. or in the uk.
signed pointless poster
i am smoking right now.
but not in london.
not in a bar.
heck i'm not even smoking.
in the ditch for all we care
its the law!
I executed someone last night, take that you anti-capital punishment lobbyists!
I went to a pub last night, it was lovely, I feel all nice and fresh today.
all the time last night. Still, got talking to interesting people who were also smoking. God, last nights gig was great.
And I got some amazing tips for clubbing in Paris last night too... I'm going on a boat that goes up and down the Seine... and it's gonna be mental. VERY excited. It's my favourite place in the entire world, Paris is. I am so excited to be going.
kind of undercuts it. More stories like this though please!
Pro-smoking fundamentalists are so tiresome. You know you smell, right?
not actually pro-smoking at all. just not got the energy to quit. too much smoking you see...
so innocent) I just thinking braying about it is a tad uncouth.
but yes, it's not big or clever. i'm just too rubbish to stop at the moment.
how now that there's official authority/"justification" lots of people have suddenly developed rather forceful opinions on the evils of smoking, something that im sure they tolerated without too much annoyance in the first place. i would be rather disturbed if my emotions were so easily whipped up from the outside.
a priest/vicar type went to a police station, said he had a crime to report and then started smoking in an attempt to get him arrested as a form of protest.
but they didn't arrest him.
so what is the punishment? i'm a bit confused and i don't smoke so i haven't really paid attention to the details of the new laws.
punched him for smoking.
ha ha ha.
they would prefer to target the landlords and licensees of premises that allow people to smoke - (bigger fines & more incentive for landlords to stop people smoking in their pubs).
I don't know if actually smoking in a public place is illegal. At work we were told that it would be our bosses who got fined and sacked.
Should I start?
its a bonus though if s/he smokes and you can get them to smoke instead.
as warm as hell, where all smokers go.
its in the bible.
i only smoke when im drunk too.
i love a rollie with a drink :(
when your "locked in" after closing hours and its outside trading laws or its illegal or some baffling badooda like that.
"technically" legal but not on the basis of the way it usually occurs, hence the closed curtains / don't open the doors to the police cos yr still charging type things. The only ones I have been to were in quiet Northern towns where the 50 year old locals go and pour pints for themselves and stick a couple of quid on the bar. FUN!
Was a good'un too.