Thus threatened, the unhappy scarecrow had nothing for it but to puff away
for dear life.
Instead of lighting up, you just switch them on and puff away
. They are so lifelike that M has had to buy a Skycig with a blue tip instead of a glowing orange one, as she was constantly being told to put it out.
Consequently, those who smoke puff away
until a bus puts in an appearance.
I SYMPATHISE with the "persecuted" who are required by law to puff away
their leisure time out on the pavement in "the cruel elements of winter" (Edward Reynolds, Letters, Dec 7).
London, Sep 28 (ANI): People who smoke puff away
more than a year of their working lives on breaks, says a new UK study.
"Employers are essentially paying people to puff away
Their lung function will deteriorate early if you puff away
in their company.
Guests were allowed to puff away
at a ViP area in London's Berkeley hotel on Thursday.
It is understood a number of areas will now be put in place for smokers to congregate and puff away
British smokers, by comparison, merrily puff away
despite paying the equivalent of [yen] 850.
Sir, - One wonders if Winston Churchill ever thought to himself: 'To encourage the 8th army, now under pressure from Rommel, I'd better fly out there with Monty and puff away
at a big cigar whilst kicking up a bit of sand to impress the lads.' No, of course not, he went anyway, because his heart was that of a great war leader.
Osteomyelitis patients who quit smoking before undergoing surgery can expect to recover much faster than if they continued to puff away
, Cierny says.
They correctly note that white male executives can puff away
in their private offices but the black clerical staff, being in the open areas covered by the smoking ban, must put out their cigarettes.
But some people continue to puff away
at the front door rather than walk the 30 yards to one of the shelters.
The typical smoker will puff away
on 17 cigarettes a day - a total of 6188 a year or 386,750 over an adult lifetime.