I smoked my first cigarette in 2002. We were drinking at a college party and I thought, "What the heck, I'll try a smoke." One thing lead to another, and like it does for so many people, I was hooked within a few weeks. At my worst, I was smoking a pack and a half a day.
I stop at the convenience store nearly every day. Usually just to grab a cup of coffee, a quick in and out trip. All too often this short trip is disrupted by some annoying person, completely oblivious to how they are totally screwing up your day from the start.
Smokers are going to need a strong stomach if they want to continue their habit.
That’s because starting in September of 2012 new FDA requirements will mandate that half of the area on every pack of cigarettes be covered by a graphic anti-smoking warning label.
Cell phones can do many things these days, but you'd be hard-pressed to find one that also satisfies your nicotine craving.
Britain's Sun newspaper reports a drunk driver in Russia pulled over by police tried to make a call with a pack of cigarettes he thought was a cell phone.
Cops pulled over the would-be Marlboro Man after noticing he was driving erratically. When they stopped his vehicle, the