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However, with 'civilisation' and migration, people have become tolerant to male smokers, especially if you are an adult and smoking away from people.
Tell-tale has it that strangers can be united by the need for a smoke.
By the time she lets it go, the escape route is her nostrils and she does it in such a frightening manner, that an onlooker would think she was on fire.
In spite of all the safety precautions, she must have pricked herself with an infected needle. Gloria became pregnant and was kept under constant medical supervision.
Hitherto, cigarette and Indian hemp smoking, popularly called "Igbo", was usually (or at least) the exclusive preserve of the male folk.
Hardly would you find a woman engaging in this vice.
Surprisingly, the female folk seem to be catching up with this 'civilisation', as observed with the rate of smoking which is gradually on the increase among ladies.
The trend seems to be more in urban cities including the FCT where some of these ladies use it as a class symbol to show their level of exposure to foreign cultures and influence.
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