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Submitted:Jan 5th, 2020 6:35:45 AM

If the question is “how-to”, then I know that it is not customary to extinguish a cigar, they simply put it in an ashtray, where it decays. And the contents of the tube is considered a good tone to shake out with just one blow. Poking around in it with all kinds of spoons, brushes or somehow cleaning it at all is a bad form. Self-rolls are self-rolls. They can be prepared at home, or you can get 2 bags, a typewriter and a box of paper right in the bar. Snuff and chewing tobacco - I do not know. I did not use it, so I was not interested. Anyway, I quit :)

If the question is about the rules of behaviour:

Purely among smokers - do not shoot the last one (exception - the fired person says "yes, take it, I still have a pack"). To smoke one cigarette for more than one person - it somehow looks like public sex.

And if between smokers at the moment and others - do not smoke in a crowd of people (at a stop, near the entrance to the store, etc.). In other words, do not stink with others all sorts of rubbish. You can always move on. But everywhere there is a redneck. Among smokers too. If a man doesn't have enough money he goes to <a href="https://www.cigstore.co/">buy cheap cigarettes</a> in the nearest shop.

By the way, among vapers the same unspoken rules of etiquette. Although it doesn’t stink with us, it’s silly to deny it smells good - we try to move away from crowds. And do not steam in any shops/cafes and other places where you can’t smoke, and "this is not smoke, this is steam" - it is not prohibited. And yes, here, too, is not without cattle. Sometimes you have to make a comment. (What really surprises - they are indignant exactly until they find out that the same vaper makes a remark to them. Then immediately “a damn guy, sorry ...”) The phrase “this is not smoke, this is steam, by law it’s not forbidden, where I want to “no more than a joke. It, in principle, corresponds to legal reality, but etiquette is etiquette.