Discussion in 'Just Talk' started by tetleyman, Jul 7, 2007.
Steady Tetleyman - I could leave Hunty for you.
(Genuinely pleased for you.)
You'd never leave me, what with my lovely faggy breath, and my breath smelling of cigarettes too.
"thank f--- i do not need them cigs now."
For you to post that, it sounds like you're weakening. Give in man and enjoy, you know you wanna, innit.
DEVS,coming up to 11weeks since i had a cig best
thing i have done not easy but worth it,when i go to
the pub and see people stood outside the door
freezing their b------s off i say to myself thank
f--- i do not need them cigs now.
All we need now is the government to make the sale of cigarettes illegal..
Hang on look what has happened to the price of fuel since the smoking ban,he has to screw us some way,if he bans cigs altogether we would have to pay 25%tax basic rate,we are being ripped off in april when he so calls makes tax more simple to understand by taking off the 10% allowance and saying he his dropping base to 20% what a rip off
On a job, today the tenants, were chain smoking, made me smell (and my precious Van later)...
Who can I complain to?
(I don't like it)
On a job, today the tenants, were chain smoking, made
me smell (and my precious Van later)...
is this your dutch boyfriend?
Now that is funny
Yes, in fact it's the funniest gag in the universe, in my opinion.
sorry kev, in my defence i was * at the time and did think it was the funniest gag in the universe
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It has been 7months since the smoking ban in public place's,i wonder how many people have kicked the habit and how much tax revenue has been lost,i myself have stopped smoking 4 months now, and where will mr brown and his cronies get his lost revenue from,what will be his next con,do they want people to stop smoking because if everybody stopped the country would be in the *
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because if everybody stopped the country would be in the ............go on...
No doubt you feel more fit, smell better, have more money to burn, get more nookie, will live longer, feel very smug (a bit like me), enjoy patronising other peeps (yep, ditto), etc. etc. etc.
And you want lower taxes too?
Until very recently, my wife owned a pub. There was a restaurant, totally non-smoking, a lounge, again non-smoking, and a bar (good extraction) where smoking was allowed, the rooms were separated by corridors and no-one was affected by the smoke in the bar other than those that chose to drink in there. The whole point was that our customers <u>HAD A CHOICE</u> This government seems hell bent on taking away our right to choose. In a similar vein, who would agree that health and safety rules have reached ridiculous extremes? Sure we need H&S rules but shouldn't common sense play a big part?
I think it's great.
enjay,i agree with everything you say,the reason i gave up smoking is because there is no enjoyment in standing outside a pub or bar in the cold,rain and wind you are treated like a lepper
The smoking ban is being used as a reason for so many pubs closing down. But now it's very cheap to get into the pub game, something we're looking at doing. Without a ban we wouldn't have looked at this as a business venture.
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