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Real Candy Cigarettes

Candy cigarettes with nicotine
 
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They would reduce smoking related fires and burns, annoyed people that hate second hand smoke, black lungs, cigarette butt trash, and you can still have something sticking out of your mouth to fit in with the "smoking club" crowd. By the way... not for children. You would purchase the same way as normal cigarettes.
L a z y M a n, Aug 05 2003

Eclipse cigarettes http://www.eclipse....CL&from_Jeeves=true
Eclipse vape cigs [disbomber, Apr 05 2005]

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       I think candy cigs are, to some extent, made to help curb oral fixations, so I think adding nicotine just makes them addictive too.
motive power, Aug 05 2003
  

       And the kids love it!
snarfyguy, Aug 05 2003
  

       [snarfy] seems more like Eccentric Tobacco.   

       Anyway, I'm fairly certain this is baked, but a googling is pending, so (-+) for now.
motive power, Aug 06 2003
  

       //[sarfyguy], you wouldn't happen to be 'Big Tobacco', are you?//   

       The biggest!
snarfyguy, Aug 06 2003
  

       Googling yeilds nothing pertinent.   

       Also, 'Lil' Tobaccy and the Nickateen Gang' could make for good marketing.
motive power, Aug 06 2003
  

       This method only eliminates the negative effects, it doesnt reduce or start anyone smoking. it only gives people what they actually smoke for: The nicotine- the effects of the drug. a replacement for the inefficient current cigarette.
L a z y M a n, Aug 06 2003
  

       Baked--chocolate cigarettes. You can buy them at county fairs. No nicotine, but hey, it's chocolate. Who needs nicotine?
Eugene, Aug 06 2003
  

       Camel has a cigarette out called the Eclipse, which vaporises (heats) instead of burning the tobacco. No ash, no lingering smell or visible staining, second-hand smoke reduced by 80%, and less risk of smoking-related diseases. See link.   

       (They're still Camels, though--yuck!)
disbomber, Apr 05 2005
  

       Mini mart cigarettes with five or ten nicotine gum "candy cigarettes" per pack. The person might be more likely to quit and the pack might be cheaper ($4 instead of $5), attracting interest. Also; 1/2 as much tobacco inhalation risk if they use it regularly . The paper on the candy cigarettes would be rice paper so peeling it off would be unnecessary. I do not smoke, and am opposed to tobacco use, so I do not know if this is like swapping out soup with diet pepsi or something.
beanangel, Sep 03 2017
  
      
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