- Yes..flaws and allVote A
- What next? Lemme guess love is blind- heck no!Vote B
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Smoking is not attractive. It contains hundreds of cancer-causing toxins, and STINKS.
If my spouse started smoking, they have two options: 1) quit or 2) divorce.
Sounds harsh, but... anyone who cares about me and our family wouldn't put us at such risk of lung cancer.
Second hand smoke is way too risky for our health. And, it simply stinks.
I don't care if someone smokes in their own home. Their lungs, their life, their choice.
But, I would never date or marry a smoker, and I can't spend time with friends who smoke.
I refuse to let their life choice-- smoking -- give me lung cancer and the other dire effects.
I've seen several people succumb to lung cancer, and it sucks. I'm not chancing it, and refuse to be around it.
Aside from lung cancer and terrible effects of second-hand smoke, and wrinkles, and yellow teeth, the smell of smoke destroys property value. It destroys the value of a car. It makes clothes reek. It makes hair reek. It's just nasty. Like I said, someone who isn't around me can do whatever they want-- so long as it doesn't harm me.
Now, if someone drinks alcohol, eats twinkies, or whatever that doesn't harm me, fine. Smoking harms people with second hand smoke. Drinking (unless a violent drunk or driving), at least, or unhealthy eating by another person wouldn't harm me. I also wouldn't date or marry someone who took extreme needless risks in other areas, such as excessive drunkeness regularly, or speeding through lights or texted while driving, or, in general, a person who didn't value our families' and their safety above all else.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE