You don’t find the thought of having a layer of tar and ash coating your lungs “icky”?
This video is intended to show you what you actually inhaling in to your lungs and let you draw your own conclusions.
Keep is mind that this is just from 20 packs. most smokers will go through that in less then a month, so you can imagine how much of this crap you actually taking in over 20 years… if you’ll last that long.
Although, if you still need to see pictures of diseased lungs to give you that extra push to quit, then by all means, go for it. The net is full of them.
Entertaining 4:16, as a middle age person who smoked for years before quitting, this type of information was around when I started some 30+ years ago.
With that being said, as long as the government subsidizes tobacco farmers and taxes the be-jeepers out of smokers, smoking will always be legal. And as long as it is legal people will always start to smoke or continue to smoke.
I wish there would be more pet and less general topics. No wonder why so many "oldsters" aren't here as much or at all anymore.
I like him a lot better than I like most people. To you he's a dog. TO me he's an adopted son who is short, hairy, walks on all fours and doesn't speak clearly. I have no problem with any of these. <
From someone that has watched both her parents die from smoking I urge people to quit. I used to smoke and I know it's hard to quit, but none the less, I wish my parents were still around, my Dad died when I was 27 and my Mom when I was 31. As I write this now, my 71 year old Uncle is home with Hospice dying a slow painful death from lung cancer.
I am a smoker. There, I said it. Let the soap box standing begin. I don't do it in doors. I don't do it around my kids. I don't do it around non-smokers. I make sure that the wind is blowing my smoke away from non-smokers. If the wind changes, so do I. All in all, I think that I am a curtious smoker. I understand full and well what the potential complications of smoking can be. However, last time I checked, I live in the USA where it is legal as long as I am over 18, which I have been for some time.
I am not saying that anyone has to like it or approve. Just remember that if a smoker is curtious, then so should the non-smoker. I personally get really t'd off when a non smoker comes over to where I am, minding my own business, away from others, and tells me to put it out. The usual excuse is "It's bad for the environment and for you." I appreciate the concern, but I am an adult and made the choice. As far as the environment, anyone who drives a car is just as, if not more so, at fault as I am.