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Once the epitome of cool, it seems sucking on a cancer stick is now the surest way to go from fab to hag.
Catalina looks a real Fag Ash Lil with her cancer stick drooping from her mouth and Phil Tufnell always seems to turn to the camera as he takes a drag.
They will only realise how exhilarating it feels to break the chain when they stub out that last, filthy cancer stick.
The world's second biggest cancer stick firm, which owns the plant in partnership with the Burmese junta, made a pre-tax profit of more than pounds 2billion last year.
Apart from dippy Dot's obviously disgusting habit of sucking on a cancer stick 24 hours a day, you also take exception to her voice.
Cigarettes are much cheaper here, too, and the huge annual increase in tobacco tax back in Old Blighty has convinced me that it's time for somebody to speak up in favour of the relaxing cancer stick.
I'm not going to pop in for a paper, see the immense array of cancer sticks and think: "Mmmm, I quite fancy smoking today.
But they will make the deadly cancer sticks inside appear less attractive and anything that might save lives is worth trying.
You can see why people like him and Bob got onto the cancer sticks when they were younger - all those hours of surveillance or getting ready for a show-down interview with someone who's made a real-life video nasty but won't admit to it.
Back in the day, people didn't think those cancer sticks were bad for them, either.
Kudos to CVS for taking its bold stance against the merchants of death--the tobacco industry--whose only mission is to peddle their cancer sticks.
Pass any trendy bar or restaurant and you'll spot members of the fake tan and hair extensions brigade puffing away on their cancer sticks.
The Welsh Secretary, plummy-voiced Cheltenham Ladies College product that she is, is not known as a 20-a-day puffer of the golden-packeted cancer sticks - nor their stable-mates Silk Cuts, Camels or Winstons.
She should have given him the cancer sticks and let him suffer the consequences.
His habit of staring at the camera for long periods while driving might prove just as dangerous as the cancer sticks.
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