In my opinion women who smoke lose their feminine side.
Not sometimes but always cause a woman who smokes always smells like a macho who has been working hard all day in the fields.
A woman should smell like a rose.
I smoked for over 30 years and quit 3 years ago. Now I can not tolerate the smell of cigarettes ... the smell and taste for the smoke makes me physically sick. So I get and see your problem.<br />
Try buying her an electronic cigarette as a gift ... I smoke them all the time .. no smell or lingering stale tobbaco - and a 99.99999 % healthier alternative.
No problem will correct my comment Health wise electronic cigs are 99.62222222% healthier.
Cigarettes contain on average 4500 toxic chemicals - the Ecigs on average only contain 17 toxic chemicals ... they changed my life for the better :) Good luck
I prefer men with hair
Me too and less intolerant.
Damn, you better get over here quick, gal, the little buggers are jumping off my noggin like lemmings off a cliff!
It implies you don't want to die a horrible, pointless death :)
My pleasure bud! :)
It doesn't mean you're prude it just means you can't stand the smell which is a very umpleasant one. I used to smoke sometimes and stopped completely because my gf coudn't stand the smell
prude : a person who affects or shows an excessively modest, prim, or proper attitude, esp regarding sex<br />
Does NOT liking the smell of smoke (or being turned off by it) label YOU a prude? I don't think so. I wouldn't give it another thought; obviously she was "not your type".
No way - I hate smokers too. My friend smokes too and i can't stand being in her house for more than 10 minutes, It stinks and her ceilings are walls are yellow with nicotine :-))))
There's a reason why Victoria's Secret also sells perfumes.
I don't know what it reveals except that you aren't comfortable around a smoker.<br />
I wouldn't date a smoker, either because I am not comfortable around the smell of that stuff.
You're not a prude you just don't want to be in contact with tobacco tongue
u have a good one as well
Not a prude. My ex-husband decided to quit smoking when we were both 36 years old. We were both chain smokers. Suddenly he quit cold turkey, and he couldn't stand the smell of me anymore. He refused to kiss me. My feelings were horribly hurt. We had always smoked...together. Now he had quit....and you know how hard it is to quit. I had no choice...my own husband refused to kiss me because of the way I smelled. I had to quit. I quit cold turkey. But I never quite got over my hurt feelings...the way he made me feel....that suddenly I smelled bad, and that he wouldn't kiss me. Afterward....after I quit...I felt like I didn't want to kiss him.
Thank you...that is a lovely way to look at it. I still would rather kiss a frog than him....LOL!!!!
It doesn't matter. Be true to yourself. <br />
I think the real point is that if you were *really* into her, it wouldn't have mattered if whe was a smoker. She knows that, and it probablys sting a little. If she's mad at you, it's the rejection that's speaking.
We all have our standards...
I'm a smoker but I can fully understand your reasons. My ex girlfriend continued drinking in one of my rare periods of abstinence, and even if she had only had a glass of wine, the smell was abhorrent to me - when you don't do things that make the taste of your mouth during a kiss smell like a bin bag, those that do, seem slightly repulsive. Just ask Mrs tarq on one of her rare 'pure' days!
you have choices
no its not to each his own brother