Wednesday September 23, 2020

Appetite For Distraction

No matter how much you love cigarettes – and I certainly did – it is possible to give them up. But do it soon, otherwise it might be too late

28th July, 2019
Make the break: you will still be the same person, only less odorous

I want to apologise to anyone I ever stood beside, sat in front of, congregated behind or blew upon when I was a smoker. I want to apologise to friends I forced to sit in grim beer gardens, pals I made wait so I could buy another box of 20, and strangers who had to smell me after an evening under a fug of Silk Cut smog. I’m really sorry, I don’t know what I...

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