best cigarette for a first time smoker?

best cigarette for a first time smoker?

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rlm

Waynesboro, VA

#1 Jul 28, 2008
i'm an eighteen year old, female beginner smoker. i've been smoking camel lights lately and i like them well enough...but, are there any others that are recommended?

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sbb

Bonner, Australia

#2 Jul 28, 2008
You enjoy smoking now, however should you change you mind later, it will be difficult to quit so I recommend this book, save this note and when you want to quit read this book, "Easy Way To Stop Smoking" by Allen Carr, then you will have no issues.
As far as recommending brands its difficult because smoking is very personal because you adjust to the taste of your first cigarette, while you can handle one cigarette you can find others revolting. I liked Embassy when I smoked but I haven't tried camels so I don't know if you like them.
Be warned however, 10 a day over 10 years equals death most of the time, so don't smoke too many. Even 2 a day has significant cancer risk. Make sure you are aware of the risks that you are taking. Smoking also makes your skin older so if your concerned about looks then something to keep in mind.
Faggup

Winchester, UK

#3 Jul 29, 2008
rlm wrote:
i'm an eighteen year old, female beginner smoker. i've been smoking camel lights lately and i like them well enough...but, are there any others that are recommended?
Smoke Camel...Extra strong, 40 per day, you will soon feel better...enjoy ...

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Nemo31

Harborcreek, PA

#4 Jul 29, 2008
Dump the Camels, go to your local smoke shop, get some make your own kits, and ask the people in the shop what is similar to Camel Lights. Your from Viginia a blend of a Viginia Bright would be a good start. Experment and enjoy.
common sense

North East, MD

#5 Jul 29, 2008
rlm wrote:
i'm an eighteen year old, female beginner smoker. i've been smoking camel lights lately and i like them well enough...but, are there any others that are recommended?
If you have just started smoking - please stop. I smoke and have no illusions that I will ever quit, but you can. I don't agree with the anti-smokers that we are all terrible people who are trying to hurt others, or that we are all rude. But just think how nice it is to not spend a ridiculous amount of money on something just to set fire to it. And even before all the smoking bans, what a pain in the neck it was (and is) to have to make sure you have your cigarettes with you before you go somewhere. Plus it really does make your clothes, hair, etc. smell. So please, while it will be easy - stop.

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Cerberus

Winchester, UK

#6 Jul 29, 2008
rlm wrote:
i'm an eighteen year old, female beginner smoker. i've been smoking camel lights lately and i like them well enough...but, are there any others that are recommended?
Smoke dried cow shit rolled up in toilet paper...Oh yeahhhhh, that smooth aromatic blend and subtle aroma will have you a gaspin with pleasure.
Smoking Bans

United States

#8 Jul 30, 2008
The best cigarette for a first time smoker is the electronic cigarette. All the pleasures of smoking w/o all the problems - no tobacco (but taste like tobacco), no secondhand smoke, won't damage skin or teeth, no messy ahses or harmful odor but you can still get your nicotine fix.
Atleast viist the njoythefreedom website and use coupon code NJDEAL20 (all caps) during checkout will save you 20%- BTW it cost less than traditional tobacco smoking! Good luck!

“A mother's job is never done.”

Since: May 08

Maryville, TN

#9 Jul 30, 2008
As a smoker I really have to say just quit while your still young and haven't smoked for a very long time. I'm not trying to say you will die or get lung cancer b/c I am in perfect health, but the cost just goes up and up. Save your money for something else.
Frank

Charlestown, MA

#10 Jul 30, 2008
LMAO! I'm assuming this forum is a joke. In the event that it isn't then I would say my first suggestion would be to quit.
If you don't want to quit then I recomend buying you're own all natural tobacco and start rolling you're own. American Spirit tobacco is of a much higher quality will burn slower and each cigarette will last longer. Not to mention the fact that you will save a lot of money. You can be rollers and cigarettes with filters too.

Ideally you really should quit though. If you're really a tobacco enthusiast you'd be better off with an occasional cigar or some occasional sisha. In the long run cigarettes are just too addictive so they end up not being occasional.
Frank

Charlestown, MA

#11 Jul 30, 2008
Excuse me "you can buy rollers"
just me

Oswego, IL

#12 Jul 30, 2008
I'm with you Frank, I think, it's anti playing a joke to see how many smokers would give her suggestions. Then, they can comeback at us with "see, you smokers wanted more people to join you cause". Personally, when I started smoking I didn't take a poll on which were better. Actually, most smokers I know, smoke the same brand they began with. But of course, this comment is just my opinion.
Been There

United States

#13 Jul 30, 2008
rlm wrote:
i'm an eighteen year old, female beginner smoker. i've been smoking camel lights lately and i like them well enough...but, are there any others that are recommended?
Since you are seeking advice from strangers, let’s go whole hog. Stop smoking unless you have a job, your own place and are self sufficient. Adults can make health decisions for themselves. If your parents are supporting you- it doesn't matter how old you are- you are not an adult. Also, don't be having sex (protected or unprotected). If you happen to like the same sex person; be aware that studies show oral cancer can be caused by -gasp- oral sex. If you aren't employed; get a job! Any job. The experience will be great for you. Or if you are in college- why would you be asking strangers for advice? Don't you have any friends? If you drink stop it. You're underage and you're going to cause some poor shumck to wind up in jail for contributing to your delinquency. If you’re already hooked on alcohol, at least don’t leave your drink unattended while you go outside to smoke. There have been reports of drinks being “doctored” when left unattended. As to the original question- what brand – any one that is cheap will do just fine. They just burn up anyway.

Since: Aug 08

Philadelphia, PA

#14 Aug 2, 2008
Hmmm...what should be your first smoke? Hmmm...

“Just Say No to Smoking Bans”

Since: Jul 07

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#15 Aug 2, 2008
rlm wrote:
i'm an eighteen year old, female beginner smoker. i've been smoking camel lights lately and i like them well enough...but, are there any others that are recommended?
I started smoking at 18, and I'm still doing it decades later. Although I am not ill, it is not a habit that you should continue. Stop now while it's fairly easy to do.

“Fredneck County Md”

Since: Feb 08

Small Town

#16 Aug 2, 2008
sleepypie wrote:
Hmmm...what should be your first smoke? Hmmm...
LMAO

:-D

“Just Say No to Smoking Bans”

Since: Jul 07

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#17 Aug 2, 2008
a habit you should NOT continue
Cigarettes Cause Cancer

Manchester, KY

#18 Aug 2, 2008
Sheri wrote:
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I started smoking at 18, and I'm still doing it decades later. Although I am not ill, it is not a habit that you should continue. Stop now while it's fairly easy to do.
I thought you were all for smoking. Looks like your advice to this young person is about them not smoking. You feel so strongly about it when it comes to smoking around non smokers and children.

Ha Ha ha go light up another cancer stick.

“Just Say No to Smoking Bans”

Since: Jul 07

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#19 Aug 2, 2008
Cigarettes Cause Cancer wrote:
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I thought you were all for smoking. Looks like your advice to this young person is about them not smoking. You feel so strongly about it when it comes to smoking around non smokers and children.
Ha Ha ha go light up another cancer stick.
My advice would be not to start in the first place. However, if she should wish to start, then I recommend Marlboro Smooths or even better American Spirts. I don't feel strongly about whether the young woman wants to smoke, but I do feel strongly about your lame posts. As I said once before, go f yourself.

“Fredneck County Md”

Since: Feb 08

Small Town

#20 Aug 2, 2008
'Cigarettes Cause Cancer' causes cancer.
Cigarettes Cause Cancer

Manchester, KY

#21 Aug 2, 2008
Sheri wrote:
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My advice would be not to start in the first place. However, if she should wish to start, then I recommend Marlboro Smooths or even better American Spirts. I don't feel strongly about whether the young woman wants to smoke, but I do feel strongly about your lame posts. As I said once before, go f yourself.
So do you advise everyone on smoking. ha ha ha.
Here honey smoke this cancer causing stick. Yes it can give you cancer here dont pay any attention to this.

The cigarette companies confessed in court to cigarettes causing cancer. They confess also to hooking teens on cigarettes and they confessed they knew how addictive it was but kept it a secret.

http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html...

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