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We have a no smoking policy where I work. For smokers, they have to take a break and walk across the street--they cannot even smoke in their car when it is parked in the parking lot.
Someone moved over near me last week and I can smell smoke today. Not fresh smoke, but the kind that lingers on a chain smoker.
I have someone who works for me that smokes. When she comes back in from her brake it is terrible, I smell stale smoke ughhhh! I am with you YUCK! I don't think I smelled it much before I was preggers but now I swear I smell it for 20 mins.
Agreed. I used to be a smoker, but this pregnancy has re enforced why i quit and would not ever pick it up again. During pregnancy my first and worst aversion is cigarette smoke. I can walk by someone in a store and know they smoke because of the smell, and i have to close the windows when my neighbor goes outside to smoke because i can smell it
Yuck! I always smell it when I get into the elevators after a smoker was in it and I hate it! I quit smoking about 4 years ago (smoked for about 2 years) and I am so glad I quit. Eck, I can't even imagine it.
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I think I determined that it isn't who I thought it was, but someone who had stopped by her cube. Phew!
I am really sensitive to smoke, so I smell it quickly. I asked someone across from me, and she didn't smell it.
Tell me about it. SO has "quit". Ha! I smell it dude! You're sneaking! Plus his roommate (we're waiting til we formally announce before he gives him notice) is a smoker who smokes in the **** house. The place smells like an ashtray every time. SO says no more, but I'm not holding my breath. Well I do actually, anytime I smell it. And this is one reason why he can do all the cooking and cleaning. I'll stay in the bedroom, smoke free.
"He's the most beautiful thing I've ever seen." ~ Forrest Gump
Right there with you. I get asthma around smoke. I get asthma when it's on people's clothes! It's so much worse when I'm pregnant. I get really ticked at people smoking in public around stores or especially the hospital.
I grew up in a household with a smoker that smoked around us all the time. In the house, in the car, & so did a lot of our family members.
My lungs are damaged directly as a result, & I despise smoking!!