ANSWERS: 12
  • It sure would hurt a lot less.
  • That is precisely the assumption over which people continue to smoke. The logic is - we will die someday in any case. Then why worry about dying? Why not live the life we want? The fault in this argument is that death may not be such an easy even in the case of smokers. It could even be a very painful death from cancer. However everyone is free to decide what they should be doing with their body and minds so quitting should always be voluntary.
  • I honestly dont know what I would do. I could either quit in hopes of a miracle or I could be so damned depressed, I'd smoke more.
  • I sure would change my diet and schedule. But after say age 90, I would still smoke my cigars and drink my hard liquor.
  • If quitting smoking would make me happy then I would do it. If I knew I was going to die, I would try to accomplish everything I set my mind to and be as happy as I possibly could.
  • If you're a smoker, you can smoke now with all the pleasure of smoking, but by dramatically reducing your health risks (no tar, no ashtrays, no smell, no social stigma, and cheaper!)- check out ecigs. I recommend TotallyWickeds redbull - its lovely - I've cut my (heavy) smoking already by more than half! All that said, with specific thought to your question - whether you care or not is down to how you feel about smoking. Some people love it, and if thats the case they probably wont care. Whether you're a smoker or not, you could get hit by a bus tomorrow, so live every day like its your last and make the most of it!
  • I would probably not care and just do anything and everything I wanted to. +4
  • If I smoked, I would probably quit and try to live a little bit healthier to extend my life expectancy.+5
  • I would still stop smoking, I would also stop work and stop paying the bills............hey sue me, it will take over 2 years to get to court
  • The reason I am vested in quitting a habit is because if the reward of that habit no longer having power over me. Nothing is worth surrendering your power to. Not for one day, not for one year and certainly not for three.
  • If I knew I was going to die in a few years I'd be doing whatever made me feel good - including smoking if it did.
  • i would quit smoking and then you might live longer

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