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self-lighting cigarettes

Cigarettes that light their selves
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The cigarette is made as usual from a thin plastic sheet wrapped around recycled seagull droppings and the leftover bits at the bottom of pop-tart wrappers, liberally doused in smoke flavour and concentrated nicotine extract.

The tip of the cigarette is coated in white phosphorus, and the bottom of the packet is filled with a layer of oil.

When the addict withdraws a fag from the packet, the tip is exposed to the air and so ignites.

WARNING: THIS WAY UP is printed in large type on the outside of the pack.

pocmloc, Dec 02 2019

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       Self lighting cigarettes have been invented from time to time. There was a company called The Self-Lighting Cigarette Co, which is a strong indication.
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 02 2019
  

       //THIS WAY UP is printed in large type on the outside of the pack //   

       Should that not be "THIS SIDE TOWARDS ENEMY" ?
8th of 7, Dec 02 2019
  

       Your arse tattoos are entirely your own business, [8th].
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 02 2019
  

       Yes, but the'ol "That's no moon…it's a space station !" gag is a killer.
8th of 7, Dec 03 2019
  

       //The Self-Lighting Cigarette Co// is not entirely unambiguous though.
pocmloc, Dec 03 2019
  


 

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