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I did read the rest of it. I was part of it last year. Your right obviously a cigarette lasts longer than most other scents or hazards you would experience on black friday. And yes your right obviously I wouldn't have much to really determine someones health conditions by sight. Idk I guess I'm really not sure how I feel about the subject.
Think about it, let's just say for example I'm a non-smoker. I'm standing somewhere in the middle of the line. Keep in mind I was not always a smoker so I do remember what life was like before taking it up. Anyhow say two gentlemen light some cigarettes up. I'm standing relatively close to them. Me personally, am I bothered by it, not really. I don't get a sensation of distaste for their actions but neither am I all for it therefore I am neutral on the matter. Would I say something? No. Does that make me a bad person, not really.
The topic is DO NOT (don't) SMOKE IN LINE, NOT should/would/if/will/can you smoke in line, the post reads
It is rude. And i know this will fall on deaf ears because, if you smoke, you are already inconsiderate of others. But still, just don't smoke in line... mmmmmkay?
So if we're staying on subject -
Is it rude: absolutely (unless everyone in line is a smoker [100% of them])
OP states that smokers (exclusively) will ignore him because they are automatically by default inconsiderate. By the statement he is ignoring all smokers who smoke distances so far away from others (non smokers) that they wouldn't be able to even smell the scent, and those who remove themselves from others for the sole purpose of consideration of their health.
Again not trying to set fumes to a fire here, just expressing my thought. I've always distanced myself from others smoking, not just on black Friday. Today I rolled into work, I smoked in my car before I clocked in. I could have lit up anywhere else but because I didn't want to subject others to it so I isolated myself.
I mean if you people feel like I'm just an arsehole please let me know.