You needn’t balloon when you quit puffing

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You needn’t balloon when you quit puffing

Besides, the risks of carrying on smoking outweigh any potential weight gain

Devlin Brown

We all know smoking kills. In fact, we now also know that zolling spreads Covid-19.

Surely the idea of dying with transparent pipes blowing oxygen into your collapsed lungs is worse than the fear of being caught at Hyde Park with a muffin top? 

If you could choose now, which would it be? Gasps of horror as your old high-school nemesis spots you at Zara walking to the teller with one size bigger, or gasps for air as no matter how hard you try to breathe you are slowly suffocating to death?..

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