#1
Hey,

I found some cigs which are at least like four years old, and I was wondering if I can still smoke them...they feel quite dry and have a few weird spots on them. Will it even taste like anything or will it taste like ****? Or is it harmful?

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#8
I smoked an old cig once when I got desperate. Made me feel sick.
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#9
[quote="'Tommy[fin"]']Hardcore with respiratory infection.

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#10
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Hey,

I found some cigs which are at least like four years old, and I was wondering if I can still smoke them...they feel quite dry and have a few weird spots on them. Will it even taste like anything or will it taste like ****? Or is it harmful?

CHeers!

Normal cigarettes that you just bought aren't?
#11
[quote="'Tommy[fin"]']Hardcore with respiratory infection.
nah they'll be cooked by the fire ^.^

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what?
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#12
i once ditched a joint out side in my yard and after it snow a few times, found it, and smoked it... it tasted really bad and gave me a head ach but got me really high
#14
I wouldn't smoke it/them. Seriously, do not if you value your health or the enjoyment of your day...
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I smoked an old cig once when I got desperate. Made me feel sick.


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#17
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You're asking of aged cigs are harmful..

You know, they're harmful fresh too. Some age wont make much difference.


*makes a point*


Anyway, as long as they havent been stored in a humid environment/expose to moisture, they should be alright.
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#18
Am I the only one who finds it ironic that you're worried about these cigarettes damaging your health?

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#19
I don't know if anyone else has said this yet, but cigarettes are bad for your health in the first place!!!!111111 I'm so clever.

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#20
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I wouldn't smoke it/them. Seriously, do not if you value your health or the enjoyment of your day...

So what's the difference between that and normal cigs?

Seriously, just smoke them. Treat it as an experiment.
#21
Those spots are probably mould. The only way to get rid of it would be to urinate on it and wait a few days. Then smoke them.
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#22
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So what's the difference between that and normal cigs?

Seriously, just smoke them. Treat it as an experiment.


Well what I was trying to say is the bacteria (if there is any) could play hell with you.
#23
Well, with weed if it's not correctly stored it can grow mould, which when smoked seriously fucks up your lungs; it may be the same for tobacco.
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#24
I wouldn't smoke them, they'd taste like poop, be harsh as hell, and, as has already been said, mold=no.
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