Cigarette Addiction Famous Quotes & Sayings

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17 Cigarette Addiction Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Cigarette Addiction Sayings By Aimee Bender: The phone is about the same size as a cigarette pack. It's no surprise to The phone is about the same size as a cigarette pack. It's no surprise to me that the traditional cigarette lighter in many cars has turned into the space we use to recharge our phones. They are kin. The phone, like the cigarette, let's the texter/former smoker drop out of any social interaction for a second to get a break and make a little love to the beautiful object. We need something, people. We can't live propless. — Aimee Bender
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Cigarette Addiction Sayings By William Greenough Thayer Shedd: That some unevangelized men are saved, in the present life, by an extraordinary exercise of That some unevangelized men are saved, in the present life, by an extraordinary exercise of redeeming grace in Christ, has been the hope and belief of Christendom. It was the hope and belief of the elder Calvinists, as of the later. — William Greenough Thayer Shedd
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Cigarette Addiction Sayings By Toni Sorenson: My mother smoked two packs of cigarettes a day. Before she smoked her first cigarette, My mother smoked two packs of cigarettes a day. Before she smoked her first cigarette, she was free to choose whether or not she would smoke. After awhile, her freedom reverted to Satan - so it would seem. The choice was no longer hers - so it would seem. Her mind and body were attacked with nicotine cravings that got so bad she would sometimes sacavage through garbage cans for butts when she'd run short on full cigarettes.
I watched, baffled at how something so small and so disgusting to me could have such power over my mother. That's the thing about addiction - it binds us one choice at a time. That's also the good news about addition - you can unravel the hold it has on you - one choice at a time. — Toni Sorenson
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Cigarette Addiction Sayings By Joe Eszterhas: I think one of the things that I was struck by was that Joe has I think one of the things that I was struck by was that Joe has the financial wherewithal to go check into some expensive clinic, go into rehab and beat these addictions but he didn't. He sort of designed his own, you know, sort of rehabilitation at home. And anybody could do what he did. When he felt like having a cigarette after he ate, he would get up and walk. At cocktail hour when he used to have a drink and watch the news, he stopped watching the news. He couldn't. He couldn't watch the news and not have a drink and a cigarette. He would walk. — Joe Eszterhas
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Cigarette Addiction Sayings By Hannah Breece: My new appointment was supposed to be My new appointment was supposed to be — Hannah Breece
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Cigarette Addiction Sayings By Joe Clifford: This is the part they don't tell you about in the movies. Or in On This is the part they don't tell you about in the movies. Or in On the Road. This is not rock 'n' roll.

You are not William Burroughs, and it doesn't make a damn bit of difference if Kurt Cobain was slumped over in an alleyway in Seattle the day Bleach came out. There is no junkie chic. This is not Soho and you are not Sid Vicious. You are not a drugstore cowboy and you are not spotting trains. You are not a part of anything - no underground sect, no counter-culture movement, no music scene, nothing. You have just been released from jail and are walking down Mission Street, alternating between taking a hit off a cigarette and puking, looking for coins on the ground so you can catch a bus as you shit yourself. — Joe Clifford
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Cigarette Addiction Sayings By Donald G. Firesmith: I nearly said something, but then thought better of it. It doesn't pay to publicly I nearly said something, but then thought better of it. It doesn't pay to publicly point out the failings of the person providing your paycheck. — Donald G. Firesmith
Cigarette Addiction Sayings By Saad Salman: I said to my friend, "Why do you smoke (cigarettes)?"He replied, "Because I like to I said to my friend, "Why do you smoke (cigarettes)?"
He replied, "Because I like to put myself on the line for the welfare and safety of others."
I astonishingly said, "Sorry, I didn't get your point."
He replied, "I want a cigarette-free world. Therefore, I am trying my best to end all the cigarettes from the world. — Saad Salman
Cigarette Addiction Sayings By Vladimir Putin: Some are addicted to cigarettes, some, God forbid, to drugs, and some become addicted to Some are addicted to cigarettes, some, God forbid, to drugs, and some become addicted to money. They say that the worst addiction is to power. I have never felt that. I have never been addicted to anything — Vladimir Putin
Cigarette Addiction Sayings By Neil Gaiman: Sometimes I think it is because we remember when we could smoke in pubs, and Sometimes I think it is because we remember when we could smoke in pubs, and that we pull our phones out together as once we pulled out our cigarette packets. But probably it's because we are easily bored. — Neil Gaiman
Cigarette Addiction Sayings By Gaby Rodriguez: Sure, genetics do play a role in alcholism. You're more likely to be an alcoholic Sure, genetics do play a role in alcholism. You're more likely to be an alcoholic if one or both of your parents are also alcoholics. But that's just one part of the equation; the other part is your behavior. You can't become an alcoholic if you never take a drink. So if you know you're predisposed to addiction because of your family history, then just don't get started, and you'll never find yourself on that path.
Same with any other type of 'family curse.' If you parents smoke, don't pick up a cigarette. If your parents are obese, work hard to exercise and eat right so you don't follow in their foosteps. But some people find it easier to play the victim. They do whatever bad habits they want to because they think they have a built-in defense - I grew up this way. — Gaby Rodriguez
Cigarette Addiction Sayings By Aimee Bender: And, sure, fine, I do check my phone about every two minutes, but so do And, sure, fine, I do check my phone about every two minutes, but so do a lot of people, and it's better than smoking, that's what I say. It's the new, lung-safe cigarette. — Aimee Bender
Cigarette Addiction Sayings By Clint Catalyst: There's so much I should say, so many things I should tell him, but in There's so much I should say, so many things I should tell him, but in the end I tell him nothing.
I cut a line and my losses, and I light a cigarette. — Clint Catalyst
Cigarette Addiction Sayings By Joan Collins: There are very few designers in Hollywood today who know how to really flatter a There are very few designers in Hollywood today who know how to really flatter a woman's body, and Mark Zunino is at the top of my list. — Joan Collins
Cigarette Addiction Sayings By Jerry Spinelli: Nobody has the time, the time cannot be owned. The time is free to everyone Nobody has the time, the time cannot be owned. The time is free to everyone — Jerry Spinelli
Cigarette Addiction Sayings By Helen Fielding: The basis of my own addiction, I know, is my simple human need for Darcy The basis of my own addiction, I know, is my simple human need for Darcy to get off with Elizabeth. Tom says football guru Nick Hornby says in his book that men's obsession with football is not vicarious. The testosterone-crazed fans do not wish themselves on the pitch, claims Hornby, instead seeing their team as their chosen representatives, rather like parliament. That is precisely my feeling about Darcy and Elizabeth. They are my chosen representatives in the field of shagging, or, rather, courtship. I do not, however, wish to see any actual goals. I would hate to see Darcy and Elizabeth in bed, smoking a cigarette afterwards. That would be unnatural and wrong and I would quickly lose interest. — Helen Fielding
Cigarette Addiction Sayings By Diana Wynne Jones: There is very seldom any true secret. There is very seldom any true secret. — Diana Wynne Jones