Smokers have complained that putting tumours on their cigarettes has been bad for their health.
They say that until recently, someone smoking 15 cigarettes a day could expect to wait several years before a tumour developed on their lungs but with these new fangled disease-ridden cigarettes the cancerous mutation was pretty much instant.
Some smokers say they had only taken up smoking in the past few years but were already being treated by their local GP for tobacco related illnesses with most pointing their nicotine stained finger at the putrefying tumours now attached to their cigarettes.
Jammie Polzin, a smoker from Harrogate said the shadows showing up on his latest X-ray would have been much smaller had there not already been tumours growing from his cigarettes when he smoked them.
‘Smoking cigarettes with tumours growing out of them is crazy’ argued Jammie ‘nobody in their right mind wants to spend £7.50 every day smoking tumours.
The tobacco companies must think I’m stupid or something....I’ve a good mind to pack it up’.
'Tumours bad for our health' warn smokers
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