crusty_bint wrote:Thanks all. Toaster, do you honestly believe that not installing these canopies will dissuade the crowds of smokers you have to wade through? If you do you are very naive.
crusty_bint wrote:Smokers are not the issue - canopies and awnings are. I have long advocated the return of such elements to our strteetscapes - long before smoking bans were even on the table. The smoking ban and smokers, as has already been pointed out by HH, are now acting as a catalyst for this.
Toaster wrote:Certainly not naive - smokers are one hell of a persistent lot. I mean the amount of information out there now about what it does to you and those around you, combined with the obvious fact that cigarettes smell and taste like sh!t on a stick, and still something like a third of folk do it. But every now and then, the wee light bulb goes on, and one or two look at their next fag and say, hang on, whit's this crap?
crusty_bint wrote:Was good to meet you too HH - and remember, I bought a round too (it was the women who were cheap )
Users browsing this forum: Google [Bot] and 3 guests