reply to post by JaxonRoberts
I agree with you, because im 19 and have lived with my mother smoking for years. It's gotten to the point where I bi*** at her to not do it in the
house. I mean, how hard is it to go outside? Although she does go outside somewhat, she still smokes in the house quite a bit. Her excuse, like last
week, was "My parents smoked in the house the whole time I was growing up, and look were still here." My grandparents are pretty healthy, and my mom
is 47. She's been smoking since she was younger than me.
When I was in 10th-11th grade that's when I smoked the most, even then though I wasn't a constant smoker. Usually B&M's and a few cigarettes. I've
since stopped doing it, and really only do it every so often, like last night I had half of a Skydancer. At least they are 100% natural though. That
was probably the first time in weeks though.
Either way, I just hate it now. Not so much the smoking, just the smoke filling up the place I live in. The stench is the worst when first lit. I will
say this though, my bedroom window has literally been contantly open for over a year. Its open now, and will be open for the rest of the year. It may
be a waste of electricity, but i'd rather get clean fresh air, and a way for the smoke to filter out then have it contained in one area. Thing that
sucks, is I live in Florida, and during the summer its so humid and nasty out, but I just ignore it.
*snip* I rarely smoke in my house, and enjoy going outdoors much better, at least I get fresh air and (at night) get to look at the stars. I believe
its not good for you, but I think between my fan running and windows open that might make it a little better. I hope sometimes though that nothing
happens to me later in life because of this, but at the same time everyone will die oneday from something and today we probably interact with things
that can give you cancer everyday.
Mod Note: Removed reference to recreational drug use.
edit on 2/21/2011 by maria_stardust because: (no reason given)