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Post by hacker » Sat May 19, 2007 6:36 pm

Since I'm form Scotland and this ban has already been introduced here... I hate it as there's always crouds of 10/15 people outside each pub... Where as before they used to keep all their rowdiness inside....

Apart from that It's not really going to stop anyone from smoking... Because people will still do it!
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Post by adi » Sun Jun 03, 2007 5:38 pm

nah dnt ban it tis gud as it is :wink:

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Post by cuzzy » Sun Jun 03, 2007 5:39 pm

LOL adi:@:@

smoking tis not good for you :oops:

cant wait less than a month 2 go :D

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Post by x EeYa x » Sun Jun 03, 2007 6:36 pm

Starts on 1st of july right??

2day we bumped in2 the guy that owns Lazeez Lounge. Those of you frm bham mite know wher am on bout :lol: We askd him if we can smoke sheeesha 4 a privateee henparty but he goesss tis gunaaa be banned... But afta the place is closed 4 the public he goes we can stay behind 4 a private partyyy! :twisted: Muhahahahhahaaaaa. Am Lurvinnnnnnnnn It! :oops:

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Post by cuzzy » Sun Jun 03, 2007 7:05 pm

lol tis not going to make much of a difference is it then? :shock:

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Post by Platinum_Pwincess » Thu Jun 07, 2007 11:47 am

I Don't think people would take this seriously :shock:

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Post by adi4pino » Thu Jun 07, 2007 12:01 pm

lol true if i wanna have a cig am goin to have one am not goin to stop n think is this illegal

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Post by kp86 » Thu Jun 07, 2007 2:53 pm

cuzzy wrote:lol achaa u was sounding abit lyk Kp86 got me confused :shock:


how rude.... tut tut.... cuzzy wat u tryin 2 say???.... uffff

neways....

well.... good topic.... just reading this topic is making me want a fag.... :oops: ....

neways.... right from a nurses point of view its a very good idea.... better health better environment....where i work in the hospital... its non- smoking.... but whenever i start or finish work i always see patients smoking in the area.... so... erm... it doesn't work all the time...

right from my other side.... i think it very bad idea... because i smoke... and i don't care about my health onlycare about my patients health.... anyways.... like i said.... when i drink i need a fag... i intend to smoke more when i drink... so... yeah.... then when i am at uni... i smoke on my breaks but near a well coveredarea that you don't get wet.... but if the smoking ban comes in then i have to go outside the gate in the cold... so... more confacts going on with smokers... i like my fags... i like to enjoy them....

but there is a limit and i do agree with the smoking ban... just the fact of less smokers meaning less patients..... and you never know when the smoking ban comes out i might stop.... 8)

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Post by -MissS- » Thu Jun 07, 2007 3:45 pm

I feel happy for all the pharmacists who must be getting a lot of bonuses right now for taking on so many more people on to their smoking cessation programme 8)

Does anybody know the actual stats of this? I seem to remember hearing somewhere that a third of NHS funding is swallowed up by smoking-related diseases & obesity. I don't know if this is true or not, but it sounds about right.

How far can the government really go? We've already seen a ban in advertisements for fattening food. And I remember at my junior school, they banned crisps and chocolates there at breaktimes too. It's all good - but is the government's infliction of lifestyle rules on society a reflection of our poor upbringing through our families and schooling?

I mean WHY do SOME parents very openly let their 2 year old kids have sweets every freaking 10minutes?!
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Post by noorie69 » Thu Jun 07, 2007 4:26 pm

i cant b asked 2 read d essays ppl writing, i read d first few lines n then get bored hehehe
dis ban is gd in a way but its also absurd. it makes sense ppl not bein able to smoke in public places such as shoppin centres n resterants but it dont make sense being able to smoke outside :shock: :shock:
wot difference does a few metres mean, ur still breathin in second hand smoke :roll: :roll: i guess u cud always walk away where as in a building u cant go no where but it still dosent make sense (or does it) :roll: :roll:

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Post by SparkyDarky » Thu Jun 07, 2007 4:58 pm

smoking bad shouldnt do it isnt good 4 ure health my health no bodies health so dnt smoke call d quit line on 0800 400 900 to stop smoking now :wink:

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Post by -MissS- » Thu Jun 07, 2007 5:27 pm

noorie69 wrote:i cant b asked 2 read d essays ppl writing, i read d first few lines n then get bored hehehe
dis ban is gd in a way but its also absurd. it makes sense ppl not bein able to smoke in public places such as shoppin centres n resterants but it dont make sense being able to smoke outside :shock: :shock:
wot difference does a few metres mean, ur still breathin in second hand smoke :roll: :roll: i guess u cud always walk away where as in a building u cant go no where but it still dosent make sense (or does it) :roll: :roll:


No offence noorie, but no, you don't make sense lol! Why should a non-smoker have to move away from a smoker? Shouldn't it be the other way around?

I hate it when someone smokes outside. Even if I'm a few metres away, I can still smell them and it f**king pi**es me off (excuse my French).

And THIS is why I give smokers an evil look if they light up near me!! :)

They're selfish idiots who should know better than to light up whilst waiting for a train if there's a kid in a pram nearby, or an elderly person with chronic asthma.

SELFISH!

BTW.. congratulations noorie, if you managed to read this far ;)
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Post by Dr-evil » Thu Jun 07, 2007 5:41 pm

LMFAO miss-s :|

if they smoke outside wouldn't that still be a public place, because "members of the public" will be there.
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Post by paki_girl_19 » Fri Jun 08, 2007 2:55 pm

Lol Miss-S

exactly.. your still breathing the smoke in Dr-Evil
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Post by kp86 » Thu Jun 14, 2007 9:44 pm

omg.... sorry i throught just come to my mind.... right.... i work at nursing home ..... in the patients have a smoking room.... what will happen to that??..... patient have rights to smoke in there own house.... so... yeah....

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