A person avoids his/her life.

@sjaswon (639)
Jamaica
August 7, 2010 2:49pm CST
I remembered my friend is a young man. I knew him to good man. When he come to my home. I smelled his clothes. I asked him you are smoking? He said in sighing "Yeah". I warned him that you will hit your heart. He said in slow "But I want to smoke for good." I said him that it is not true. He didn't listen me and leave away from me.
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@jemmerp (59)
• United States
7 Aug 10
I have smoked since 13 years old and still enjoying it now that I am 42. I guess if I die of cancer at the age of 50, it will be alright. Considering I have enjoyed it so much in 3 decades, suffering from it even for a year will equate all the joys it has brought me. So I have decided I will die from it... happily! At least I know what I will be dying from! Bwa ha ha ha
@sjaswon (639)
• Jamaica
7 Aug 10
Wow, you have a choice to die. Thank you for response
• United States
7 Aug 10
Seldom you find people like me but, you did not get my point... I can choose how I die and that is different from choosing to die.
@T_Diamond (965)
• New Zealand
7 Aug 10
Addiction causes you think differently. Smoking is bad for you, it's been proven a dozen times but it's their choice to smoke. As long as they are a smart smoker, not smoking at homes, or places where there are small children around, I'm happy.
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@sjaswon (639)
• Jamaica
7 Aug 10
You are right. He has choice. Thank you for advice.