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Social Smoker
Person capable of smoking only occasionally without fear of addiction. A defective liver enzyme is the likely culprit. Syn: Casual Smoker.
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photoYou have two choices. You can smoke, or quit. Suck wind, or breathe easy. Do you like to be controlled by 4 inches of rolled up cancer? I thought not.
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