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Tonsillitis and tobacco

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- Wed, 26 Feb 2020 15:18:46 EST w7RPMbc+ No.174591
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Hey guys just wondering if anyone ever got over tonsillitis without stopping smoking cigarettes. My tonsils are still swollen but don't hurt anymore... All I want to do is smoke a cig.
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Edwin Greenhood - Fri, 06 Mar 2020 14:20:53 EST 3nmKxzdo No.174597 Reply
I always smoked through any illness including tonsillitis.
I just don't see why not. It's not like you're never gonna get well if you smoke. It's just gonna dry it out a bit and it hurts for a while but at least you smoked a cig. I don't see the big deal. You will get better wether you smoke or not, but obviously it's better for you if you don't smoke at all, still I mean, it's not gonna change anything
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Frederick Boffingwater - Tue, 07 Apr 2020 00:08:45 EST q2dnUJeH No.174607 Reply
The best time to quit smoking is when you get sick. Smoking is generally useless.
It makes you and your clothes smell like pee and poo.
People weren't born smoking, so why keep going.
You may find you can fell much better when you do
quit and don't even think about cigarettes.

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