RYO -- See The Story

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© Jan Hoffman
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8 responses

  • Patricia Shanahan

    Patricia Shanahan gave props (8 Aug 2008):

    Cool story & GREAT shot !

  • Howard Simpson

    Howard Simpson said (9 Aug 2008):

    This is funny. I smoked for 20 years. Loved evey minute of it and had no idea. LOL

  • Yod Yutamanop

    Yod Yutamanop gave props (9 Aug 2008):

    oh man, i gotta go for a smoke now!

  • Don Harney

    Don Harney (Deleted) gave props (10 Aug 2008):

    Wow... and I used roll by hand when I smoked. I should have invested in that rolling contraption.

  • Jessica Hardin

    Jessica Hardin gave props (10 Aug 2008):

    I role my own as well, although my machine looks a little different than yours.....but alas, I have been contemplating quitting :( Nice photo!

  • Rhio9 (Rhio9)

    Rhio9 (Rhio9) (Deleted) said (29 Aug 2008):

    15 or 20 seconds to make a cigarette. 15 minutes to smoke it. how long does it take to quit? the photo is very sharp and exquisite.

  • Jan Hoffman

    Jan Hoffman gave props (29 Aug 2008):

    It takes for "never" to quit! Thanks!

  • Richard Knight

    Richard Knight (Deleted) said (8 Oct 2009):

    I'm a little late getting here (14 months since the last entry), but do want to say that I like the composition and the nostalgia (yes, nostalgia), and like Howard, I never had a smoke I did not like. My parents were heavy smokers, and they kept enclosed glass dishes filled with cigarettes in several of the rooms of our house. I had a secure supply line! Super story!

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