Leif Gunnar Selberg
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Leif Gunnar Selberg replied to Ajay Chahar's discussion Smoking
"Hi guys, To me smoking is definitely a manly thing to  do. No it is not a healthy habit but I like the fact that I am a smoker. Casual smoker not really, i get cranky if I don't smoke regularly."
Jul 26, 2013
Leif Gunnar Selberg commented on Leif Gunnar Selberg's blog post should I help younger brother become smoker?
"Well guys, I told him to stop if he still could. Why he said but you love smoking so I told him it is unhealthy and a pain at times. Your body will want you to smoke but nowadays you are hardly allowed to smoke anywhere any more.  Yesterday I…"
Jul 26, 2013
Leif Gunnar Selberg commented on Leif Gunnar Selberg's blog post should I help younger brother become smoker?
"Hi guys , By proud smoker I mean that I don't hide the fact that I smoke and I know I am an addict but most of the times really enjoy smoking"
May 20, 2013
Lucius Artorius Castus commented on Leif Gunnar Selberg's blog post should I help younger brother become smoker?
"lol Did you notice the part about running 2 bars and a restaurant.... Its been a long year. Not counting the fact that I spent Feb 18-April 28 lost in a bottle... But thanks for the Welcome. Caused much trouble recently?"
May 20, 2013
Lucius Artorius Castus commented on Leif Gunnar Selberg's blog post should I help younger brother become smoker?
"Knock the fuck out of him. I am a 27 year old proud smoker of 2 packs a day of Camel non-filters. I run two bars and a restaurant, already divorced, re-married and almost divorced again, with three kids... Smoking will put me in an early…"
May 20, 2013
Chuck Knight commented on Leif Gunnar Selberg's blog post should I help younger brother become smoker?
"He obviously equates smoking with maturity, and sees tobacco as his rite-of-passage.  And he's emulating his male role models.   As an addict, you personally know the pleasures AND the pitfalls of smoking.  If he is choosing to…"
May 20, 2013
Todd Serveto commented on Leif Gunnar Selberg's blog post should I help younger brother become smoker?
"Forgive me, but I'm having a hard time deciding whether or not this is a serious post on three counts: First of all, you call yourself a "proud smoker"...what's to be proud of, Leif? Tobacco addiction is a costly,…"
May 19, 2013
Sir commented on Leif Gunnar Selberg's blog post should I help younger brother become smoker?
"Troll?"
May 19, 2013
Vytautas commented on Leif Gunnar Selberg's blog post should I help younger brother become smoker?
"Seriously? Who is proud of smoking? Who wants to be addicted? I hope this is a joke."
May 19, 2013
Ted A. Hunt commented on Leif Gunnar Selberg's blog post should I help younger brother become smoker?
"I'd say it could depend on what he wants to smoke and whether it's legal where you live - but assuming you mean tobacco cigarettes, Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya says it all. It's said that breaking a tobacco addiction is more difficult than…"
May 19, 2013
Silviu Ilyevich Tulbya commented on Leif Gunnar Selberg's blog post should I help younger brother become smoker?
"I don't mean to test your pride, but, what do you mean? You are a "proud" smoker? I'll tell you what I see every day. Old guys, teens, x-gens, coming into where I work as a cashier, spending $8.00+ a pack on something that 1.…"
May 19, 2013
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May 13, 2013

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should I help younger brother become smoker?

Posted on May 13, 2013 at 9:40am 9 Comments

Hi guys,

I am a proud smoker as many men are and caught my 16 year old younger brother smoking behind the garage when I went to visit my parents. Leif you are a smoker could you teach me how to become a real addicted smoker.  He is becoming a man I guess.

What should I do?

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