“Smoking kills” is the biggest blunder of Marketing and the most illogical statement used by so-called environmentalists one can ever imagine. Yet non-smokers never realize the fact why do giant “Tobacco Corporations” sell and make millions? It’s like telling a man if you stop breathing you will die.
How absurd is this world yet and I always rely on Nietzschean statement “What doesn’t kill me makes me stronger” and smoking will never kill me I know because Smoking is a signifier of rebellion within my soul but what will kill me is the purity being as moral as a newly born child what’s the point of living if you live so cautiously. Live wild free and death is certain we all going to die sooner or later so what’s the difference if we smoke or not. Yet the despair of this meaningless existence I exhale with each cigarette gives me the strength to welcome each day.
“A cigarette is the perfect type of perfect pleasure. It is exquisite, and it leaves one unsatisfied. What more can one want?” “Oscar Wilde
Why Intelligent People Smoker More Cigarettes
Research done by American psychologists show that the consumption of tobacco is of even more recent historical origin than the consumption of alcohol, so the results predict that more intelligent individuals are more likely to smoke tobacco than less intelligent individuals.
“No matter what Aristotle and the Philosophers say, nothing is equal to tobacco; it’s the passion of the well-bred, and he who lives without tobacco lives a life not worth living.”
Read a biography of every genius you will know. From renaissance to revolutionary jazz age young people who wanted to change the world show their hatred for the long controlling elite classes as the famous saying is “Let the proletariat smoke and blow the dust ”
An artist always needs some kind of occupation.
What was George Orwell’s 1946 essay Books vs Cigarettes about?
“Whether it’s possible to write without smoking”
From Tolstoy’s Novel “Anna Karenina”
“‘Yeah,’ I said, and started smoking another cigarette. Unless I specifically inform you otherwise, I’m always smoking another cigarette.” Who is saving the reader from too many references to smoking, and in which novel?
Here is the conversation from the Irish Play “The Importance of Being Earnest”
lady Bracknell: Do you smoke?
Jack: Well yes, I must admit I smoke.
Lady Bracknell: I’m glad to hear it. A man should always have an occupation of some kind. There are too many idle men in London as it is.
Simon Gray’s Smoking Diaries is a must read!
Every genius has some kind of pleasure taking habit in order to boost the creative passions within themselves.
Every smoker has a story
If you see a person smoke don’t judge him. He could have gone through the worst trauma or trying to overcome it. You live your life if you hate cigarettes so much stay the hell away But most people like to fancy themselves as lunatics while trying to tell them that smoking is not good for their health and then in a minute everyone is a doctor to you. I say you dumbassess go and live your safe and secure life. let the rebels live the life they want too.
I smoke because Schools and Universities kill creativity:
Einstein loved to smoke a wipe while his school proclaims him a mentally ill retarded person. He is now considered the best genius who has ever lived.
Every Lecture is a tiresome punishment for a student. it’s boring and very traditional way of testing and memorizing plus it is extremely authoritative so I smoke to revolt against their tyranny.
The fear and loathing of making good career’s in future, about getting a job, getting married and the stress of satisfying your parents tear away the inner peace one needs to undergo in something more fulfilling and relaxing.
Growing up adults always have tons of anxiety to deal with what do you expect then if not rebel and took control of their lives.
“Giving up smoking is the easiest thing in the world. I know because I’ve done it thousands of times.” “Mark Twain”
Some Benefits of smoking
Harvard researchers were among the first to provide convincing evidence that smokers were less likely to develop Parkinson’s. In a study published in Neurology in March 2007
- Smoking lowers risk of obesity
A study by Korean researchers in the October 2010 issue of the journal Thrombosis Research builds upon work by Harvard researchers published in 2009 that demonstrates the benefit of smoking at least 10 cigarettes a day. It seems that something in cigarette smoke activates certain proteins called cytochromes, which convert clopidogrel into a more active state.
- Smoking may reduce stress
- Smoking increases memory
- Smoking keeps you activated and beings henceforth pro-Activeness.
I admit it has more side effects then benefits and it is at the end very easy to quit its all depend on your willpower.
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