Thursday, February 19, 2009

Seriously?  People still smoke?  In restaurants? Really?


Carmen said...

And if they catch you looking at them funny, they get all biblical/patriotic on your ass.
"It's my God-given right to smoke! This is America!"
Dude. It's not like it's in the Constitution. It's just nasty.

Anonymous said...

It is a hard habit to break. You should not be so quick to condemn.

Carmen said...

Sorry. It's a hard habit to break.

TMCPhoto said...

It may be a hard habit to break, but that doesn't mean that it's not nasty and gross. If there's one thing I can't stand it's breathing in someone's second hand smoke, on the street or in a restaurant there's nothing worse. And for those who think it's their God-given right to smoke what about mine to breath non-smoke laden air?

Jodi said...

My sister is a 30+ year smoker but she does not smoke in restaurants. If you can't ditch the nasty, just step outside.

And it's weird, but she never smells like smoke. Other people reek like an ashtray from ten feet away. Why is that?

Anonymous said...

It is illegal to smoke in any public building, including bars, in my state so it is easier for smokers and non-smokers to avoid each other.

AD said...

Well, if you sit in the NON-smoking part of the restaurants, you're good to go. That is. . . if your restaurants even have such things. I'm assuming they don't, or else you wouldn't be whining.

And I agree, smoking is disgusting. My dad does it, and he's tried quitting twice. But every time, something bad happens.

First time: his dad died.

Second time: money issues.

So, try and go to restaurants with non-smoking designated areas, okay?