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    Cigarette packets 'more addictive than nicotine'

    Try to suspend your reaction until you read the whole thing.

    Cigarette packets ‘more addictive than nicotine’
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    Ha ha ha! Took me a moment to get it, I'm so used to reading ridiculous things on tobacco control.

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    bwah ha ha ha ha!

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    lol, I used to throw all mine out too, I still really miss Brian.

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    I kept about 4 empty rollie packets, and after they changed to plain packaging I would just transfer the tobacco into one of the old packets. I still have two of them, but gave a couple to a friend who still smokes.

    I was going to make myself some nice covers for my rollie pouch out of some batik print fabric I have, but never got around to it. It would be a good little side business actually, selling cigarette cases. I'm sure there will be a resurgence of those old fashioned silver and brass cigarette cases now.

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    Oh, and the article was hilarious.

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    I would roll a weeks worth of rollies at once and just carry one days worth around with me in a ciggie tin. I still have the tin and it's probably a really good size for spare clearos and a 10ml juice bottle fits in there nicely. the only difference plain packaging made for me was how long it took to buy them. the poor store clerks couldn't just visually identify the right thing. they had to really stop and read all the little labels.

 

 

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