An amazing new study proves what ex-smokers have known all along: If you smoke cigarettes and then quit smoking cigarettes, you make more money than non-smokers and current smokers. So, make sure to smoke but also make sure to quit smoking, so you can earn big money.
Stale tobacco smell. It clings to clothing, permeates wall paint, saturates upholstery, and brands everything it touches with that unmistakable scent. Here's how to keep from smelling like an ashtray just because your roommate won't show the common courtesy of cracking a window.
I love smoking cigarettes—the smell, the ritual of lighting, the first morning draw, all of it. So, would I replace my beloved nic-sticks with a Fifty-One Trio E-Cigarette if given the chance? Short answer: nope.
I'm sorry, but if you're going to smoke e-cigarettes, maybe you should just get back onto the hard stuff, or go cold turkey. You look bloody stupid. If you want to look stupid together though, be my guest.
A documentary crew follows "working class heroes who exterminate alien threats in deep space." Smokers sounds like a dream TV series, even before you hear it's the brainchild of Brian K. Vaughan, co-produced by Sam Raimi. Too bad it's Fox.
The Consumerist is reporting that two Mac users were denied AppleCare coverage because the owners were smokers. Not because the computers were damaged by second hand smoke, but because of OSHA regulations.
The guy in the leopard-skin fez is Mike Edison, a former editor of High Times. The guitar that he's strumming on not-so-convincingly is the ChroniCaster, a bulletproof plexiglass little number, complete with bong add-on for those whose motto is Fumo, Ergo Sum. I think this is all a ploy to publicize Edison's new…
We've shown you all manner of ashtrays around here, including a couple of portable models, and even one that looks like you're gagging some poor hooker or worse with your spent suckweed. But now the PAT (get it? Pocket Ash Tray?) accompanies your smokeage from start to finish, because this airtight closeable pocket…
Anthony Voz, of London, designed this concept ashtray which would measure the ash in its base to guesstimate just how many minutes, days, weeks, and years you shave away with every puff. Could be time to pick up that $200 anti-smoking cigarette. Or lose the preachy friends. Just saying.