I liked the Dagobar suggestion immensely Graal. I'm the most hypocritcal smoker I know. I hate the smell of it on my clothes and how people smoke indoors (heinous habbit). I also get immensely annoyed by people who go nuts if they haven't had a smoke in say, two hours. I'm rather straight-laced about it; I refuse to buy cigarettes for underage people and don't smoke around people I know who've quit or prefer me not to do it around them. It's possibly because my own addiction is based on want rather than need - if I don't have a pack for say, three days, I don't complain. However, when I do have some, they tend to be consumed quickly. Dunno if that's a good or bad thing. Something to phase out eventually. I'm down to what I call a 'nights and weekends' package - if you can cut it out during business hours (especially if you have chain-smoking colleagues like mine) it makes a great difference to your health and pocket. Gah. This is me trying to justify my habbit. I should of just stuck to silence and kept smoking and minding my own business.