Loofah self-abuse explained

By | April 28, 2010

“Research into tobacco dependence published online today (Friday 17 October 2008) in the November issue of Addiction, has shown that recent ex-smokers who find exposure to other people’s cigarette smoke pleasant are not any more likely to relapse than those who find it unpleasant.”

But what about those of us who find it both pleasant and unpleasant at the very same time? That’s me. I smell cigarettes and I feel an overwhelming desire to light up coupled with an equally overwhelming desire to escape the foul smell.

I think this must have something to do with the fact that I was hypnotized. Maybe that’s why I also whack myself in the head with the loofah when I’m taking a shower.

One thought on “Loofah self-abuse explained

  1. Tracy

    Maybe you should get one of those plastic glove things instead.

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