(Part 2/2) Even the places you thought were smoke-free, may be contaminated with thirdhand smoke. 🚬
While i think thirdhand smoke is over the top, im all for banning smoking. Disgusting and outdated.
@one_ball_man what about banning cars and industrialization, and you go to work walking, and have your electricity riding a bike ?
Even better ban cigarettes
Oh come on.
Oh come on
@mattyqfield this is too much
@twowheelsup that makes so much sense! Smh
You think public schools have ac they do not
This is a fatass stretch
Ok this is too funny now, I’m sure pollution is waaaay worse than this
@raissaradella harus liat ente
I will never smoke a cigarette in my life. I will do WEED, but I will never smoke a cigarette
@xx___p_y_t___xx The same people own Chantix. Pharma and Tobacco, one in the same.
@ryannovak3 free, permanent air defreshener... yay
That never goes away
@jessicazuber consider it a free air freshener for your whole house
@ryannovak3 I think it does
This is stressing me out. I need a cigarette 🤫
@jessicazuber what does your place smell like smoke?
This is called diffusion, its high school chemistry. Where one substance gradually transitions from one place where its packed together, into places where there is none. (Like how eventually after cooking porkchops your whole house smells like it?)
@katehudkins that is secondhand smoke
@jjedynak17 back in the 50’s and 60’s everyone smoked indoors, some even thought smoking was good for them. so yeah i agree with you it’s prob an old building or someone has smoked in at least one of the rooms of that specific school where they found the residue
there's no way to that much tobacco smoke got into the building from outside that's just propesterous. obviously it was one specific school where teachers were or had smoked in that building before. idk about America but in Europe teachers used to light cigarettes in classrooms and that makes way more sense and is much more plausible than tobacco smoke from the outside getting in. windows are closed half the school year in classrooms
You would think big pharma would do more to cover stop smoking aides such as chantix....a medication that has proven successful to many people. However, with a price tag slightly over 400 bucks many just can't afford it.