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S’porean smokers thank Indonesian haze for helping them cut down on cigarettes

Posted on 01 October 2015

Haze is just as potent.


Singaporean smokers from all walks of life who need to smoke to survive, are thanking Indonesia for the haze.

This after the haze is nowhere near clearing up as PSI levels continue to remain in the unhealthy range.

One Singaporean smoker, Seo Hun Kee, said: “I would like to personally thank Indonesia and their vice-president Jusuf Kalla for one month and more of smoker air.”

“Not only does Indonesia provide clean air for non-smokers for 11 months a year, it also provides air suitable for smokers.”

“Because of Indonesia, I have saved more than $12 a day buying cigarettes.”

“Maybe they should carry on with the haze for a few more weeks.”

“What more can we ask from our good neighour?”

“Name another warship? Sure, why not?”






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