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#1
Good job! Was needing one of these for office.
#2
nice one cheers:thumbsup:
banned#3
do for my car cheers.
#4
This'll annoy some people hehe:thumbsup:
#5
Have ordered one - can't wait for this ban - its been a long time coming. At last I can go into a restaurant or pub without coming out stinking of smoke and having a thumping headache!
#6
Lyniced16
Have ordered one - can't wait for this ban - its been a long time coming. At last I can go into a restaurant or pub without coming out stinking of smoke and having a thumping headache!


We live near the Welsh border and its been banned in Wales for a while now - and your right it's so lovely to go to the pub and not come out stinking and your eyes stinging :thumbsup:
#7
But don't all the people just smoke outside the entrance? (No law against this AFAIK) giving you lung fulls as you enter and exit trying to get past the smokers?!
#8
just want to say this ban is the best thing for a long time ...
1 Like #9
Why do some non-smokers seem to think they have some sort of right to prolong their lives indefinitely and that smoking near them is tantamount to murder? With an ageing population and an increasingly crowded planet we actually need to start controlling our population somewhat. People should be praising smokers for shortening their lives and allowing future generations to flourish.
:)
#10
Maybe the bus companies can get some to stick them in the majority of the bus shelters that are over 50% enclosed.

:)
suspended#11
anewman
But don't all the people just smoke outside the entrance? (No law against this AFAIK) giving you lung fulls as you enter and exit trying to get past the smokers?!


hold your breathe:P

cannot wait for this ban, i HATE smoking!
#12
If you go to the smoke free england site you can order a number of signs in the correct sizes etc. Lots of other free info and guidance too. Go near the bottom of the page for "Order signage and guidance". LINK HTH
#13
Crusty
Why do some non-smokers seem to think they have some sort of right to prolong their lives indefinitely and that smoking near them is tantamount to murder? With an ageing population and an increasingly crowded planet we actually need to start controlling our population somewhat. People should be praising smokers for shortening their lives and allowing future generations to flourish.
:)



maybe we should just have another world war huh?:roll: :)
#14
I'm all for the ban, but it I'm fairly shocked by it. I mean, does anyone know ANY smoker who is happy about all this?? As much as it's a bad habit, you surely have to take their feelings into account, not JUST us non-smokers'
#15
Newton.Gun
I'm all for the ban, but it I'm fairly shocked by it. I mean, does anyone know ANY smoker who is happy about all this?? As much as it's a bad habit, you surely have to take their feelings into account, not JUST us non-smokers'


Yes, I feel sorry for them not having to worry about the stink of their clothes after a night out. Theirs probably smell daisy fresh to them.

:giggle:
#16
Will get one of these - many thanks to OP.

Can't believe some people
People should be praising smokers for shortening their lives and allowing future generations to flourish
this is blind ignorance. Your future will actually be one where non-smokers will be bankrolling the long-term sickness and operations of increasing numbers of smokers. Cigarrettes are massively UNDER-priced for the damage they do - get the chancellor to whack on a £10-15 per packet tax and don't pussy foot to the all-powerful smoking lobby anymore.:thumbsup:

As to the comment
Why do some non-smokers seem to think they have some sort of right to prolong their lives indefinitely and that smoking near them is tantamount to murder?
.... tell that to Roy Castle's family where it was proved he did die of secondary smoking.

Why are smokers so thick? The comment I usually make to such ignorant smokers is "please show me the urinating area in your local swimming pool" because then you might just understand how I feel about being immersed in your filthy smoke and worse still having your smoke put down my lungs, and that of my children, against my wishes!!

Roll on JULY 1st - I cannot WAIT !!!
#17
Crusty
Why do some non-smokers seem to think they have some sort of right to prolong their lives indefinitely and that smoking near them is tantamount to murder? With an ageing population and an increasingly crowded planet we actually need to start controlling our population somewhat. People should be praising smokers for shortening their lives and allowing future generations to flourish.
:)


Are you for real???!!!!!!
#18
[QUOTE=v2drinkers]Talk about blind ignorance.Without the massive Taxes claimed from cigarettes the nhs would be even more underfunded than it is now.QUOTE]

:giggle:

Have you seen how many people are in hospital with smoking related illness?

Look outside must hospitals you see them standing outside A&E with their drip stands in one hand and a fag in the other :giggle:

NHS wouldn't need as much money if smoking was banned :roll:
#19
I love smoking :oops:
#20
Cheers!!!
That going to cheese fag ash lil off
#21
Think of the damage that all these sticky plastic signs are doing to the environment :w00t: Voted cold.
#22
W1zz
Maybe the bus companies can get some to stick them in the majority of the bus shelters that are over 50% enclosed.

:)



Unfortunately Bus Shelters are nothing to so with the Bus companies, they are owned by local councils and its them who are responsible.

The ban won't have much effect here in Hull as the council have decided that they won't fine people unless its a very last resort.
#23
Thanks.
#24
ra2000
"please show me the urinating area in your local swimming pool"


You sound a little strange - and maybe a tad pervy - to me.

How on earth does a right minded person bring a watersports discussion into an anti-smoking rant?

There's a forum post regarding the smoking ban due to come into force on 1 July; would be better to take your views (however weird) into that post and stop clogging up a post discussing a plastic sign!

JS
#25
Lyniced16
Are you for real???!!!!!!

I was posting slightly tongue in cheek :) I actually enjoy an occasional smoke but realise the anguish caused not only to the smoker if/when a disease results as a result of it but also to the close family involved..my mum died recently from emphysema probably as a result of her life long smoking.. but i think we are increasingly being dictated to by a nanny state.. what happened to free will ?? Next thing we know pubs will be banned from serving alchohol :( cos thats bad for you !
I personally think that there should be smoking and non-smoking pubs at least then you know what you are letting yourself in for and the non-smoking bar staff can avoid the fumes.. or is that too simple ??
#26
Thanks got one for my dad as he drives a black cab.
#27
col
[QUOTE=v2drinkers]Talk about blind ignorance.Without the massive Taxes claimed from cigarettes the nhs would be even more underfunded than it is now.QUOTE]

:giggle:

Have you seen how many people are in hospital with smoking related illness?

Look outside must hospitals you see them standing outside A&E with their drip stands in one hand and a fag in the other :giggle:

NHS wouldn't need as much money if smoking was banned :roll:


If you research the stats, you will find that only around 20% of revenue generated from smoking actually pays for smoking related diseases.

Smokers are brilliant for the economy, if everyone stopped (like the government makes out they want) you would see a very steep rise in your taxes.

Excellent site by the way, been lurking for years but had to register to comment on this.
#28
Crusty
I personally think that there should be smoking and non-smoking pubs at least then you know what you are letting yourself in for and the non-smoking bar staff can avoid the fumes.. or is that too simple ??


I quite agree.

Enjoy the odd smoke myself and the non-smoking lobby can then choose where they wish to frequent.

Smoking pubs will thrive, as will the non-smoking pubs, I've no doubt.

At least you'll know that when you're 'on the pull' you can't complain when the gorgeous lass you've been chatting up all night sparks up. :-D
#29
Russell_P


If you research the stats, you will find that only around 20% of revenue generated from smoking actually pays for smoking related diseases.

Smokers are brilliant for the economy, if everyone stopped (like the government makes out they want) you would see a very steep rise in your taxes.

Excellent site by the way, been lurking for years but had to register to comment on this.



Smoking is the biggest cause of death and illness in the United Kingdom.

Smoking related illness kills more than 90,000 each year
Passive smoking kills more than 800 people each year
Smoking related illness costs the NHS £1.5billion per year

Thats just England

Scotland
Smoking related illness kills around 13,000 each year
Passive smoking kills more than 100 people each year
Smoking related illness costs the NHS £200 million per year

NI
Smoking related illness kills around 3,000 each year
Passive smoking kills at least 25 people each year
Tobacco related illness costs the NHS £22 million on inpatient episodes alone

Wales
Smoking related illness kills 7,000 each year
Passive smoking kills at least 50 people each year


So yeah I have had a quick look at some stats :)

Smoking taxes amounts to around 7 billion atm but does this make it any better?

If we didn't have tobacco in our economy consumers would be spending on goods and services other than tobacco – and these expenditures would be generating taxes. The total tax burden would be unchanged, but raised in a different way. This would be good for the economy imo :)
#30
col
Smoking is the biggest cause of death and illness in the United Kingdom.

Smoking related illness kills more than 90,000 each year
Passive smoking kills more than 800 people each year
Smoking related illness costs the NHS £1.5billion per year

Thats just England

Scotland
Smoking related illness kills around 13,000 each year
Passive smoking kills more than 100 people each year
Smoking related illness costs the NHS £200 million per year

NI
Smoking related illness kills around 3,000 each year
Passive smoking kills at least 25 people each year
Tobacco related illness costs the NHS £22 million on inpatient episodes alone

Wales
Smoking related illness kills 7,000 each year
Passive smoking kills at least 50 people each year


So yeah I have had a quick look at some stats :)

Smoking taxes amounts to around 7 billion atm but does this make it any better?

If we didn't have tobacco in our economy consumers would be spending on goods and services other than tobacco – and these expenditures would be generating taxes. The total tax burden would be unchanged, but raised in a different way. This would be good for the economy imo :)


Tax on cigarettes is around 90%, irrespective of consumers having more money to spend on other products they do not even come close to yielding the same tax return for the government, maybe if the smokers became chronic alcoholics that may plug the gap.

Just another £6.5 billion to find then. (smoking yield 8bn in revenue)
#31
Russell_P

Just another £6.5 billion to find then. (smoking yield 8bn in revenue)


I'd pay my fair share. Who's with me?! :)

To the OP, good post :-D
#32
thanks for this:)
#33
Thanks http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/images/smilies/icon_mrgreen.gif
#34
Can also get as many as you want from the official site http://www.smokefreeengland.co.uk/ I ordered 50 for some colleagues. Or call 0800 169 169 7 Which is what i did :thumbsup:

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