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Old 11-23-2017, 03:58 PM
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If I'm at a place I can smoke. I usually have another one either chain lit or within a minute or two and then lighting up one 5-10 later and do tha regularly thoughtout day .Some mornings especially when the cigarettes and coffee are tasting and feeling I can polish off 1/2 pack in approx 45 minutes
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I generally wait one hour between cigarettes. But it doesn't stop me from lighting several one after the other or just not smoking for maximum five hours. Depends on the mood. The more intense the craving is, the more I'll really smoke a lot at the same time and really enjoy the time.
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I had a couple of difficult exams just before Thanksgiving and was cramming late into the night chaining one cigarette after another and smoked two packs a day for four days in a row. I was smoking between 15 and 20 a day before finals but now at least a pack a day.
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In addition to drinking, I would add, gambling. Casinos are one of the few places where a smoker still can go without being treated like a leper. Of course, on second thought, when I am gambling, I am almost always drinking as well, so, I guess the two are very closely related.

Just wondering. Are there any smokers out there who enjoy the casinos, but do not drink?
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Add fishing to that list of activities that prompt smoking. Iíve noticed that fish bite better when I have a freshly lit smoke in my hand or mouth.
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In addition to drinking, I would add, gambling. Casinos are one of the few places where a smoker still can go without being treated like a leper. Of course, on second thought, when I am gambling, I am almost always drinking as well, so, I guess the two are very closely related.

Just wondering. Are there any smokers out there who enjoy the casinos, but do not drink?
Ohio casinos are smoke free indoors. Also no free alcohol. Unless the rules have changed but I doubt it
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Ohio casinos are smoke free indoors. Also no free alcohol. Unless the rules have changed but I doubt it
No free booze, no smoking. Might as well stay home and throw $5 bills in the garbage disposal. Your chances of winning are the same either way.
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After I've been awake for an hour, I lights up every 40 to 50 minutes. But the first hour of the day, I'll smoke 3, sometimes 4 cigarettes.
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