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Smokers smoking more to clear lungs

Posted on 19 June 2013

Other smokers claim they are not feeling the haze.

Haze on June 19 at 1 p.m.

Haze on June 19, 2013 at 1 p.m.

Even as Singapore gets completely fogged up, smokers are realising that years of sucking on cancer sticks has finally paid off.

One seasoned smoker, Sio Hoon Kee, who smokes two packs a day, said: “With the haze around, I breathe better when I smoke. The cigarette helps to filter out the haze.”

Others on the other hand, say the haze is no big deal.

Poon Ka Song, a heavy smoker, said: “When people complain of smoky smell or how they are developing asthma, I just laugh it off. This is the clearest my lungs have been in years.”

Other Singaporeans are also thanking Indonesia for helping them cut costs.

Poon Ka Luan, a social smoker said: “I don’t like to buy one whole pack. I just need to go outside and take two big breaths of haze and I’m good.”

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  • grammarnazi

    “…years of sucking on cancer sticks HAVE finally paid off.”

    • Ku Kucu

      So you are nazi voodoo or hoodoo, or ” cut & paste” fetish or fetich OR ?

  • Ku Kucu

    Riau hitting PSI 341 also like that , aiyo relax lah , when your time is up , need no haze to help you , let’s Sio Hoon Kee , Poon Ka Song ,Poon Ka Luan Huat ah

  • openplains

    smoked salmon anyone? 😛