The tobacco in cigarettes hosts a bacterial bonanza â�� literally hundreds of different germs, including those responsible for many human illnesses, a new study finds.
Are you suggesting the heat from the flame doesn't kill the bacteria? Hmmmm
I don't smoke, but I think Smokers have less to worry about bacteria than they do from the smoke itself.
If quitting smoking was a guarantee, 100% that I would never die, then I might consider it. Since I have to die either way, and since there are no guarantees for how long I will live as a smoker or a non smoker...
I'll just enjoy my life and whatever time I have.
If your so worried about the 'risks' then I suggest you stop leaving your house, because you might die if you do, of course you might die slipping in the tub so showers and baths are out too.
A bad batch of seafood could kill you, better take fish off the menu... mad cow disease...ok beef is gone too...
You can't live and not die, and who wants to live forever.
You must die of something, I'm trying to die of enjoyment.
No, I had my last smoke a few minutes before midnight on New Years Eve, and haven't had one since. It isn't that hard, and I have written some tips and hints on how to make it so easy that I was amazed at how little I craved to smoke. I think about it once in a while, but I have tips for that too. Read my hub on this subject, I suprised myself at how well it worked
two Hookers were comparing notes.
One asked"Do you smoke after sex"?
"I don't know I never LOOKED"!
Nope, stopped smoking August of last year. I haven't yet heard of living organisms that will survive being vaporized, though.
I quit smoking in 2002 and haven't once since.
And it was hell for a long time.
by NVRFAIR 8 years ago
I have never been the smartest person in the world but I guess I have never understood why people still smoke. There is so much evidence out there proving that if you continue to smoke that you will die, I mean if you want to die just shoot yourself because it won't be as painful. People are...
by mcbel 5 years ago
How many cigarettes a day will cause me to die?
by LOT2DO 8 years ago
Does Priyanka Chopra smoke?
by Person of Interest 3 years ago
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by sandra rinck 8 years ago
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by Takako Komori 6 years ago
What percentage of hubbers are smokers? The percentage seems quite high, though I am NOT a smoker. Writers are historically known to be smokers, e.g. Mark Twain whom I believe was a heavy smoker.
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