Sir Walter Raleigh was the inventor of smoking. He tried potatoes, but they didn’t burn very well, and ended up singeing the King of Spain’s beard. Mashed tobacco was just as bad an idea. Eventually he got it right.
Trade journal for tobacconists.
Public schoolboy detailed to buy cigarettes.
Informal response when someone offers you a cigarette.
Informal response when you offer a Hobbit a cigarette.
So strong they have to be smoked in the great outdoors.
Ancient pastime practised on the hillsides of Virginia.
Lighting cigarettes has proved too tricky for some Americans.
City-wide delivery system pioneered by the Victorians in London. Unfortunately one discarded match led to the city being nicknamed The Big Smoke.
Secret organisation dedicated to clandestine indoor smoking.
Indulged in before a smoke.
Post coital smoke.
Noise smokers make when they sneeze.
They do, they do.
Moi non plus.
The smell of France. Assuming you can got over the stench from the hole-in-the-floor toilets, the garlic breath, and the exhaust fumes from cars made from corrugated iron and onion peelings.
Benson and Hedges
Comedy duo, whose biggest joke was: “I say, I say, I say – cigarette companies say they’ve got proof tobacco isn’t either addictive or dangerous!”. Smokers died laughing.
Wife of former prime minister.
Sex toy of former president. Not related to the above. Definitely not related to the above.
Put on your jacket to cover the holes caused by burning ash.
Friend of Paris Hilton.
Heavy-smoking orange seller of Restoration England.
Star sign most smokers die under.
Your ash gets scattered.