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  • This won't be an issue for me, I have no intention to start smoking. This is only to support my husband's fetish and spice up our sex life. I am still grossed out by this nasty habit and will keep it at once a week or less. Holding a lit cigarette and taking a few drags without inhaling seems more than enough to arouse my husband (and myself surprisingly!). I can not even imagine smoking under any other circumstances! Yuk!

    Beside, I do not have an addictive personality, I don't even drink coffee regularly! My health and fitness are too precious to risk and doing this is all about improving our relationship and sexual health. I found that after being with my husband for nearly 15 years, we reached a point where sex was become too predictable and boring, we needed something new to spark some life back into our relationship. This is why I am glad he took the risk and the initiative to reveal his fetish to me, I know how hard it was for him but I am glad that it has allowed us to make our sex life exciting again for the first time in a long time!

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    • Several years ago, while traveling in an eastern European country with my husband, we smoked hookah with our host. It was the sexiest thing and I have no idea why. I was torturously aroused by the whole experience. My husband even purchased a hookah for me that following Christmas! Lol
      I had forgotten this til I read your thread.

      I also smoke an occasional cigar when the social setting is right. It turns me on in a strange way too.

      Now the odd thing is, I am in agreement with some of you...I hate smoking generally. I even have asthma and carefully choose the times I expose myself to any smoke, then find myself enjoying the whole thing...

      I haven't had anything in probably 2 yrs now, but you've reminded me of that little guilty pleasure.

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      • I don't know what it is but I find myself inexplicably drawn, lol. Maybe it's just that people find it hot. I can't try it tho anyway - don't want to get back in the smoking habit.
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        • Originally posted by jen1447 View Post
          I don't know what it is but I find myself inexplicably drawn, lol. Maybe it's just that people find it hot. I can't try it tho anyway - don't want to get back in the smoking habit.
          No Jenn is a terrible habit, I am so glad me and my wife was never smokers. I lost me mother to lung cancer from smoking and my father in law to lung cancer as well.
          When out driving always turn left. Then, should you become lost, you can find your way home by reversing the procedure and always turning right.

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          • One way to try it for you could be to try herbal cigarettes, you smoke them the same way without the risk of getting addicted again since there is no nicotine?

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            • Originally posted by Chloe1 View Post
              One way to try it for you could be to try herbal cigarettes, you smoke them the same way without the risk of getting addicted again since there is no nicotine?
              But is there other ingredients in the herbal cigarettes that are harmful to you as well.
              When out driving always turn left. Then, should you become lost, you can find your way home by reversing the procedure and always turning right.

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              • It's not just the nicotine, also the routine of lighting up, etc. The #1 rule for ex-smokers is never, ever let up and decide to "have just one."

                I suppose a truly bad girl would do it anyway tho, rawr.
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                • I agree with describing it as a "guilty pleasure", which is something you don't do regularly otherwise it stops being fun and become an habit. This is exactly how my husband and I see it and will make sure it remains something we only indulge in once in a while!

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                  • Originally posted by jen1447 View Post
                    It's not just the nicotine, also the routine of lighting up, etc. The #1 rule for ex-smokers is never, ever let up and decide to "have just one."

                    I suppose a truly bad girl would do it anyway tho, rawr.
                    Very good advice Jenn
                    When out driving always turn left. Then, should you become lost, you can find your way home by reversing the procedure and always turning right.

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                    • Your right being careful! When did you stop smoking and how much were you smoking?

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