anti anti smoking smoking campaign campaign


Here’s how the title is to be read:

Smoking

As you might have heard, smoking-smoking is very bad for health. And smoking smoking-smoking does more harm. But campaigning against it is just lame.

No, I’m not pro-smoking, although thank you for smoking is one of my favourites. Personally I don’t like the smell of cigarette smoke, but that’s besides the point. If you want to tell the masses that smoking is harmful, you do it like I do (don’t think muscles is going to agree on this one, and hence can’t use a we): “Smoking isn’t good: indulge if you really don’t care.” Not that you’re going to go to heaven after reading through our blog, so what harm is a little more indulgence going to do?

In the not-so-distant past, I had the opportunity to witness one of those epic events: an anti-smoking rally! People put up banners all over the place, they run around from one end to another screaming “don’t smoke”. And after it’s all over, the chief organizing dude finds the nearest fag shop to chill after a busy day. Sigh!

And as muscles would say, “if you really care about making people healthier, ban sugar.” Obesity is one of the biggest problems we, and unfortunately (?!) the other author of this blog is marching towards it steady. If implemented, we might get to the point where sugar, free doughnuts might no longer be available.

Coming to the rather delicate issue of smoking causing cancer, here’s my analysis: cancer researchers don’t have 1. the results to show one thing leading to cancer, and 2. the time to run anti-smoking campaigns.

So let’s try figuring out what kind of idiots who run these campaigns. I’ve come up with a bunch of theories, all with equal credibility:

  1. Someone who’s utterly jobless, and is craving for media attention
  2. Someone who has enough minions under and has nothing better to do
  3. Someone who’s lost a loved one thanks to smoking (seriously?!)
  4. Someone who doesn’t fit into any of the above categories, but is still utterly bored

There, a classic a, b, c, none of the above question – for all those wishing to prepare for some competitive examination. Though I would like to say more on this, I’m finding this pretty boring myself. So if you’re having such a miserable diwali that you had to sit and read through our blog, I feel sorry for you.

Don’t forget to visit our all new updated home page (yes it gets updated after every post)! Cheers! 😀

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3 thoughts on “anti anti smoking smoking campaign campaign

  1. wigsandmuscles says:

    I cant believe u wasted a post on an issue. No wonder I suffered a rheumatic attack.

  2. Muscles says:

    It is still highly convoluted

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