Partly some smoke to kill the smell but I can't get myself to multi task if the toilet is smelly ... and smoking in my opinion it doesn't help to kill the smell ...bgd wrote:Kill the smell?
As an occasional smoker:Barnsley wrote:As a non-smoker , I would like to ask smokers if there is a benefit to smoking whilst "sat on the throne?"
This week I have "benefited" a couple of times from some fella smoking in the shopping mall toilets?
I ask if there is some kind of hormonal release that gives a high when smoking whilst dumping , as it can't have been more than 30 secs stroll to a designated outside smoking point.
ecureilx wrote:nakatago wrote:Whatever happened to just eating more dietary fiber...
Does beer count as lot of fibre ?
It's from the internet so it must be true!Get Your Bowels Going
No one really thinks beer has fiber, but it is made from barley. Beer contains beta-glucans, a soluble fiber which acts as a natural laxative and the only dietary fiber noted to reduce risk of disease. Lager has 0.75 grams of fiber per bottle, and dark beer has 1.3 grams, so get sipping and get your bowels going.
A smoker is a smoker.JR8 wrote: As an occasional smoker:
In the example, it's perhaps someone dossing from work, who doesn't want to be seen hanging around (and not at work) smoking in a permitted smoking area.
Well, I had a colleague who tried to cut down smoking, and his solution was to smoke half a stick and keep the other half for his next round.teck21 wrote: Anyone who doesn't want to be seen hanging around the smoking area and smokes in a tiny enclosed toilet cubicle is going to bring a smell back to his (maybe women smoke inside too, I wouldn't know though) work area so bad it tells everyone except the least clued up, 'I just had a ciggie'.
teck21 wrote:I don't encounter these very often, except in hawker centers. Those I don't bother to do anything about. It's probably pointless. It's like trying to tell the 70 year old uncle cycling very precariously at night on a rickety bicycle carrying a heavy load of stuff picked up from rubbish bins that he needs reflectors and regular tune ups for his bicycle.
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