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  • Even smokers don’t think smoking is cool
  • Even smokers don’t think smoking is cool
    Cara Difabio (2015) ©
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Even smokers don’t think smoking is cool

The image of smoking has moved from something that was once glamourous to sad images of office workers huddled outside in the cold. As people become increasingly aware of their health, and the government makes efforts to stop the idolisation of smoking, less people are lighting up.

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