This week we consider the non-smokers of the world. Non-smokers have a lot to put up with.
Second hand smoke is deadly, smelly, very annoying, and can even make non-smokers “carriers” of the horrible smell to other people. The smoke stains walls and butts burn carpets,
What’s with just dropping your cigarette on the ground or out your car window?! Hello?! That’s littering. While not all smokers do this, many do. Even if you don’t respect your own body enough to quit smoking, don’t disrespect our community for the rest of us to clean up your cigarette butts. Pet owners carry doggie-bags to pick up after their pet. Maybe smokers should carry fireproof butt-bags to extinguish and transport their cigarette butts.
It seems that most smokers don’t respect the laws that are supposed to protect the rest of us like, staying 20 feet away from bus stop enclosures and from building entrances.
If you smoke outside your office building at work, take several deep breaths of fresh air before coming inside. Heck, go for a short jog first and air out all your clothes. Then take the stairs instead of the elevator. It’s horrid for a non-smoker when they step into an empty elevator and can smell the remains of the last smoker to occupy that confined space.
Celebration instructions: Find some clean air and breath deeply.