Originally Posted by Yosemite
Heck no! All those non-smokers will start going there! Sorry, I'm being sarcastic here. I can understand not wanting someone smoking while I'm eating and not having smoking around children, but I do have a problem with nightclubs and pubs. If someone doesn't want to be around the smokers in the pubs, then don't go to the pub. It just seems to me that non-smokers are demanding too much. Shades of being so politically correct that we are going over the top again. OK my 2 cents worth is finished.
I kind of have to agree. Smokers have the right to smoke as long as they don't do it anywhere near a non-smoker, God forbid!
I find it a bit ironic, in addition, about everyone complaining about coming out of a salon stinking like a cigarette, considering the amount of stinky chemicals that you inhale while at the salon - toxic chemicals used for lightening/stripping hair, etc., and the hairspray itself!
I'm no longer a smoker, quit 3 1/2 years ago, but I would almost rather smell like cigarettes than stink of hair chemicals and hairspray. But that's just me!