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Addictions 8 March 2006

Posted by Sasha in Coffee, Tea, Beer, Vodka..., Lights, Mild & Reds, The Coffee & Nicotine Addict, The Rambler.

marlboro GOLD Cigarettes.

It’s bad for your health. Like most adverts on telly nowadays say, it can cause lung and mouth cancer [don’t quote me on the latter]. But I’m still hooked on it anyway.


I read somewhere that it’s somehow is good for something, I forget though. But what I know for sure is that it can cause Ulcer. But I still love it anyway.


No, I simply cannot capture it in an image. It’s one of the things lacking in my life right now. I miss it.

Yes. My addictions are Cigarettes, Coffee and Conversations. My three Cs.

Humor Me.
Good Lung. Bad Lung.
Giving up smoking
A beginning and an end

Starbucks Photo © The Parody


Giving up smoking 7 March 2006

Posted by Sasha in Lights, Mild & Reds, Quotes, The Brooder, The Coffee & Nicotine Addict.

Wendy Cope
[21 July 1945 – ]

There’s not a Shakespeare sonnet
Or a Beethoven quartet
That’s easier to like than you
Or harder to forget.

You think that sounds extravagant?
I haven’t finished yet —
I like you more than I would like
To have a cigarette.

“People who have never been addicted to nicotine don’t understand what an intense love poem it is.” Wendy Cope

Good Lung. Bad Lung. 21 November 2005

Posted by Sasha in Lights, Mild & Reds, The Brooder, The Coffee & Nicotine Addict.

good lung. bad lung.Smoking.

Sadly, I am hooked to it. Please don’t ask me why, I’ll spare you the whole sob story. Teeheehee. But no, it wasn’t peer pressure but I do have my reasons. Anyway, I only picked up the nasty habit a few years ago. I can’t say I’m a chain-smoker but I do smoke 5 sticks on average. Is that bad? Oh, well… I’ve been hit by various kinds of bronchitis, mind you. However, stubborn ol’me, I’m still puffing those ziggies. Crazy, huh?

I do plan to quit one day. Honest. I’m just waiting for that certain something, which I simply refuse to disclose to anyone, to happen in my life then, as sure as the sun will rise, I’ll say good-bye to cigarettes for good. But for now, it keeps me company. End of discussion.

I won’t try to justify the act because it’s pointless. It’s just simply wrong. I’m not talking about morally but I’m merely stating that it’s basically unhealthy. It does literally kills your lungs ergo it kills you. So, you do need your lungs to breathe, right? Stupid question. I’m sure everyone knows how vital that organ is to our very existence so I wouldn’t even bother going into it anymore.

Looking at the photo makes me curious about how my lungs look like right now. Ack. I changed my mind. I’ve decided, I wouldn’t want to know after all.