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This is probably the earliest I have seen cigarettes, and later came to the community, it is commonplace, only to know that many people may not really like the smoke, smoke boxes of high-end brands, but it is installed capacity. Watched a television drama, a appearance seems quite cultured female editor and several men play the man, home ashtray leave different brands of cigarette butts, her daughter see her jokes: "mother taste more low, from Newport to Marlboro cigarettes" When smoking become a brand, like to wear brand-name clothing, become a status symbol, if the children, as there is a bit naive, feel quite lovely and adults that remain vain, the pleasure of smoking is all gone, the taste of nature changed, full copper odor.

This is smoking, hobby, love that one, from the heart, not the truth, slowly sucked out of taste. When I was a child, watching movies, like smoking a pipe of men, preferably with a beard, that look, very manly, than shook his lupine Zhuge Liang more wisdom, more deep and sophisticated. Also like looked tired a day's grandfather, half lying on the Kang a blanket, under the banner of flint, burning of millet straw rods, pot pot to water pipe. Puffed, slowly spit smoke ring, thick, slowly drifting. Dark room, a flash of smoke. Hookah can only suck two, fierce blows out of ashes, and then put the pot, and then inhale, the most enjoyable. Nature, also likes to smoke the cigar man elegant calm, calm careless, it looked as if the great romantic poet Byron said: "give me a cigar. In addition, I wanted more than anything else." How cool. Later, seen some pretty talented and elegant ceiling slender white rod blue head women smoke, light clouds, shrouded in a, the scenery is very charming.

However, as a child, the scene of smoking is far away, forgotten. I never learned to smoke. Even in the most idle boring day, or the most helpless time, learned to drink, but never smoking blessing, whiff dizziness, smell can also. I smoke after boring tea, it is the universal law, not for everyone.




James Nesbitt: I take my work home with me

Cold Feet star James Nesbitt has told how he struggles not to take his work home with him. The 51-year-old actor said he found it hard to let go of darker roles, particularly the 2007 horror serial Jekyll. He told Radio Times magazine: “While I was filming Jekyll, my wife eventually said ‘You’re going to have to stay in a hotel’. “Even though it was written by Steven Moffat and was funny, it was still dark, and you do carry those things home with you. “I also found it very hard to decompress after (2014 drama) The Missing.” James, who stars in the return of Cold Feet alongside Hermione Norris, Robert Bathurst, Fay Ripley and John Thomson, said the return of the comedy came at the perfect time for him. “Turning 50 can be scary. I was dreading it as I’d gone through a separation (from wife Sonia). “I’d been doing The Hobbit for two years. It’s been documented that I struggled a bit with that job and I came back thinking ‘Is there going to be something for me to do?’” James’s co-star, John, told the magazine the series came at the perfect moment for him too, saying: “I was toying with the idea of panto, playing the dame at the Stockport Plaza, and my agent said ‘I wouldn’t worry about that if I were you. Are you sitting down?’ I said ‘Yeah, I’m on a train.’ He said ‘Cold Feet’s coming back’.” The cast of Cold Feet in their younger daysView James told the mag: “I do care what the critics say because Cold Feet means a lot to me. We’re all very hopeful that people are kind and will enjoy and embrace it. There will be critics out there who cannot wait to hammer it.” He also revealed a sideline to acting, saying: “I own all the trailers for Game Of Thrones – make-up trucks, the works – because I bought a facilities company called G&H Film & Television Services three years ago. That was clever.”




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