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Cigarettiquette!: A Smoker's Manifesto

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 25, 2014

    This is an amazing book. As a cigarette smoker I relate to it a

    This is an amazing book. As a cigarette smoker I relate to it a lot. The author does an amazing job of explaining how smoking is an important and valuable way of life for a lot of us. So many non-smokers don't understand the way that cigarettes can enhance people's lives. The purpose of life is not to see who can live to be the oldest (though some of the oldest people who have ever lived were smokers.) The purpose of life is make every moment valuable and be the best you can be to make the world better. Cigarettes create relaxed, lucid moments. They make the brain function more efficiently. Many of history's greatest and most creative people have been smokers. This book demonstrates the simple way that cigarettes enhance life for many people. Smoking is not only enjoyable for many of us, but it also makes us better people. The stories in the book are really relatable to a lot of us. And for those who choose not to smoke, I hope Cigarettiquette helps them better understand the lifestyle choice of those of us who do. We want you to be a part of our lives and share this journey on earth and make it a better place. This book should help everybody understand each other better! Jacob Brandt

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