The smoking is so nasty that it drives me out of the bars, cafes, and restaurants in Europe. /
long john slimmer wrote:
Yea, more smoking in Europe and the life expectancy is longer. They are less stressed. In the US we are too stressed, work too much. Maybe sitting down with a cup of coffee and a cigarette is a good way to relax?
The funniest s**t: A couple of Germans after finishing the NYC marathon couldn’t wait to get outside the security zone, so they could light up... Crazy I know... Maybe they had too much oxygen in their lungs after running for 4-5 hours... LOL... Go figure.
Non Smoking Brah wrote:
As a European, would rather be smoking than be a disgusting fat slob like 70% of Americans
Only southern Europeans, Scandinavians, French and Dutch are slim. Germans, Belgians and the English are almost as disgustingly fat as you Americans.
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