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What Do You Say To Anti-Cigar People?

This is a discussion on What Do You Say To Anti-Cigar People? within the Tobacco Legislation forums, part of the The Cigar Lounges at Puff category; "Perhaps you should worry less about my cigar and more on your waistline." Since approximately 70% of Americans are over ...

  
  1. #151

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    Re: What Do You Say To Anti-Cigar People?

    "Perhaps you should worry less about my cigar and more on your waistline."

    Since approximately 70% of Americans are over weight, this works at least 70% of the time.

    If it's a woman:

    "Don't make me go Monica on you."

  2. #152

    Chest Beating Pack Leader [OT] Loki's Avatar


     

    Re: What Do You Say To Anti-Cigar People?

    so 70% of the time it works every time?

  3. #153

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    Quote Originally Posted by [OT] Loki View Post
    so 70% of the time it works every time?
    Yup. Said another way, it's 100% reliable, 70% of the time.

  4. #154

    Maturing Puffer Fish gogirlanime's Avatar


     

    Re: What Do You Say To Anti-Cigar People?

    Simply: "It's my life"

  5. #155

    Aussie Puffer Dazz's Avatar


     

    Re: What Do You Say To Anti-Cigar People?

    kiss my ash.

    lol naa im not fussed about what other people think. Each to their own hey. One of my neighbours frequently dose extra loud coughs whenever I smoke on the deck. What I do on my property is my business and no one else's, if she or anyone else dose not like the smell, tough. I don't particularly like the smell coming from her place, her and her husband are chain smokers, do I complain? no.

    Cheers -

    Dazz
    Tobacco is a dirty weed. I like it.

  6. #156

    Strong Puffer! AznDragon533's Avatar


     

    Re: What Do You Say To Anti-Cigar People?

    My favorite Line of course. Cigar smoking is a Hobby, Cigarette smoking is an addiction.
    MMM PUFF PUFF

  7. #157

    Maturing Puffer Fish


     

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    Reminds me of being at an outside seating area of a little cafe, when a child walks past with her mother and says, what's that smell mom? 'It's that mans nasty cigar, it's disgusting isn't it?' Said the mother, as they continue to walk past. 'No, it's ok.' Said the little girl. 'No it's not, it's disgusting and it's going to kill him.'
    To which I called out 'its a shame that didnt happen before I crossed paths with you.' To which the little girl began asking what that meant, and her mother began trying to explain with great difficulty that this man would rather be dead than interact with her mother...

  8. #158

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    Re: What Do You Say To Anti-Cigar People?

    I experienced a bit of negativity when I first started smoking about a year ago. Some friends and I were in the smoking room of a small local bar my friends father owns, which is a room slightly detached from the main building so that smokers don't have to freeze when it is cold. I thought the smoke of my cigar was rather light but smelled good. A drunk female came in and opened the outside door (making everyone inside, cold) complaining about the stench of my cigar. I would be lying if I said it didn't hurt my feelings a little bit. She made a big scene about how my cigar was reeking up the place while my friends facial expressions assured me that it wasn't an issue. She, of course, lights up a Marlboro Red and that seemed to make the air more breathable to her.

    I didn't say anything, but I could tell that her boyfriend/husband was rather embarrassed of her.

    Turns out, she was a line worker at our local office furniture manufacturing facility where my brother is a shift supervisor of about 120 people. He said "Do you know who I am?" She yells out "No, I sure as f**k don't!" and he replied with "People with your attitude don't work for me, (her name) - do not come to work on Monday." and she became very irate, saying that he was just a nobody and not her boss and she had never seen him before, etc. She showed up to work on Monday and was promptly terminated, and was barred from any future employment through the staffing agency that positioned her.

    While this is not the action I personally would have taken, my brother is much less tolerable than I am.

    I got into cigars in China where it is more common place for people who buy them at local stores to actually purchase as business gifts rather than smoke them themselves. Eager to show off my newly loved hobby, I smoked them when I could back home in the U.S. Unfortunately, I feel rather uncomfortable smoking anywhere I live in Iowa - even walking down the street. I love poker and blackjack, but you can't even smoke cigars at any of the 4 local casinos. In Shanghai, it's very receptive and people often compliment me on the smell of my cigars.
    Last edited by Silas Hart; 03-17-2013 at 06:16 AM.

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    Puffer Fish with some spikes fiatster's Avatar


     

    Re: What Do You Say To Anti-Cigar People?

    I have to try that! The next person that gives me grief about my cigar while I'm walking down the street, I'm going to tell them they are fired. I'll let you know what their response is.
    Quote Originally Posted by Silas Hart View Post
    I experienced a bit of negativity when I first started smoking about a year ago. Some friends and I were in the smoking room of a small local bar my friends father owns, which is a room slightly detached from the main building so that smokers don't have to freeze when it is cold. I thought the smoke of my cigar was rather light but smelled good. A drunk female came in and opened the outside door (making everyone inside, cold) complaining about the stench of my cigar. I would be lying if I said it didn't hurt my feelings a little bit. She made a big scene about how my cigar was reeking up the place while my friends facial expressions assured me that it wasn't an issue. She, of course, lights up a Marlboro Red and that seemed to make the air more breathable to her.

    I didn't say anything, but I could tell that her boyfriend/husband was rather embarrassed of her.

    Turns out, she was a line worker at our local office furniture manufacturing facility where my brother is a shift supervisor of about 120 people. He said "Do you know who I am?" She yells out "No, I sure as f**k don't!" and he replied with "People with your attitude don't work for me, (her name) - do not come to work on Monday." and she became very irate, saying that he was just a nobody and not her boss and she had never seen him before, etc. She showed up to work on Monday and was promptly terminated, and was barred from any future employment through the staffing agency that positioned her.

    While this is not the action I personally would have taken, my brother is much less tolerable than I am.

    I got into cigars in China where it is more common place for people who buy them at local stores to actually purchase as business gifts rather than smoke them themselves. Eager to show off my newly loved hobby, I smoked them when I could back home in the U.S. Unfortunately, I feel rather uncomfortable smoking anywhere I live in Iowa - even walking down the street. I love poker and blackjack, but you can't even smoke cigars at any of the 4 local casinos. In Shanghai, it's very receptive and people often compliment me on the smell of my cigars.

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    Newbie in the ocean havanadaydreaming's Avatar


     

    Re: What Do You Say To Anti-Cigar People?

    Usually "so, you're telling me that Sir Winston Churchill, John F. Kennedy, C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Charles Spurgeon were all bad men and that you'd never want to be in their presence?"

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    Puffer Fish with some spikes paulb1970's Avatar


     

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    These comments are too funny!.......(pulls out my note pad)

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    Alpha Puffer Fish Damselnotindistress's Avatar


     

    Re: What Do You Say To Anti-Cigar People?

    Quote Originally Posted by Silas Hart View Post
    I experienced a bit of negativity when I first started smoking about a year ago. Some friends and I were in the smoking room of a small local bar my friends father owns, which is a room slightly detached from the main building so that smokers don't have to freeze when it is cold. I thought the smoke of my cigar was rather light but smelled good. A drunk female came in and opened the outside door (making everyone inside, cold) complaining about the stench of my cigar. I would be lying if I said it didn't hurt my feelings a little bit. She made a big scene about how my cigar was reeking up the place while my friends facial expressions assured me that it wasn't an issue. She, of course, lights up a Marlboro Red and that seemed to make the air more breathable to her.

    I didn't say anything, but I could tell that her boyfriend/husband was rather embarrassed of her.

    Turns out, she was a line worker at our local office furniture manufacturing facility where my brother is a shift supervisor of about 120 people. He said "Do you know who I am?" She yells out "No, I sure as f**k don't!" and he replied with "People with your attitude don't work for me, (her name) - do not come to work on Monday." and she became very irate, saying that he was just a nobody and not her boss and she had never seen him before, etc. She showed up to work on Monday and was promptly terminated, and was barred from any future employment through the staffing agency that positioned her.

    While this is not the action I personally would have taken, my brother is much less tolerable than I am.

    I got into cigars in China where it is more common place for people who buy them at local stores to actually purchase as business gifts rather than smoke them themselves. Eager to show off my newly loved hobby, I smoked them when I could back home in the U.S. Unfortunately, I feel rather uncomfortable smoking anywhere I live in Iowa - even walking down the street. I love poker and blackjack, but you can't even smoke cigars at any of the 4 local casinos. In Shanghai, it's very receptive and people often compliment me on the smell of my cigars.


    Wow, Silas...well - being a woman and as I usually do like to support my fellow females as we all usually do...in THIS case YOU GO, MAN! I'm right with your brother on this! PARTICULARLY with her believing her truly health-killing cigarette was less offensive than your fine, fine seegar! SILAS! SILAS! SILAS! S-I-I-I-I-L-A-S!!!
    Old age and treachery will overcome youth and skill everytime

  13. #163

    Ole Crusty Spiked Fish tpharkman's Avatar


     

    Re: What Do You Say To Anti-Cigar People?

    I simply don't say anything...alas I am too busy enjoying my cigar.
    Agnes, have you seen my Don Diegos?

  14. #164

    Puffer Fish with some spikes


     

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    Since ive taken effexor i have been able to keep from going ballistic on non smoking assholes.

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    Re: What Do You Say To Anti-Cigar People?

    If they aren't into cigars I think its only polite to offer them something else to stick in their mouth

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