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caffeinated cigarette

Exactly as it says on the title
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Given that most smokers will have a fag/cigarette with a cup of coffee/coke/tea, and the number of other caffeinated products out there (see thinkgeek.com <admin - link moved to link area> for a selection). Why not offer a product that will kill two vices in one shot, i propose the caffeinated cigarette. Bearing in mind that cigarette production already uses a system of stripping most the chemicals from the tobacco and then reintroducing them later in the construction of the cigaratte why not spice the whole thing up by lobbing some caffine in there two. Its not like they are short of additives anyway.

Perfect for those vampire hour coding runs.

Buxton, Sep 13 2002

caffeinated products at thinkgeek.com http://www.thinkgeek.com
Buxton, Please use the link button. [yamahito, Sep 14 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

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       Wow! Induce heart disease two ways in one!
BinaryCookies, Sep 13 2002

       Better to put nicotine in coka-cola. "The brown acid is bad!" (Woodstock).
pfperry, Sep 14 2002

       hey we have menthol ciggies, so caffiene is the next logical step, I for one would buy them
stealth_banana, Sep 14 2002

       Not sure caffine is needed since nicotine already seems to give cigrette smokers more energy. I think it would be too much.
flynn, Jan 06 2007


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