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Smoketober

Like Movember, but for Lung Cancer
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Non-smokers are encouraged to take up smoking in the month of October to raise awareness for the fight against lung cancer. Pledges can be made for simply participating or participants can set goals with variable amounts, e.g., Sponsor pledges $1 per cigarette smoked, if participant manages to meet goal of 350.

Corporate branding uses a yellowish-brown tinge and contends with accusations of "nicotine staining."

the porpoise, Nov 04 2013

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       No. If only because nicotine is an addictive drug. Why do you want to encourage nonsmokers to become drug addicts?
Vernon, Nov 04 2013
  

       Could use nicotine-free e-cigarettes.
pocmloc, Nov 04 2013
  

       Get's my bun.
MaxwellBuchanan, Nov 04 2013
  

       What [bigsleep] said.   

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8th of 7, Nov 05 2013
  
      
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