Addictions

Thankfully it’s only a minority of smokers who are obnoxious about their habit, like the two bogan girls in the Campbell Arcade yesterday morning. I wonder what made them think they were allowed to smoke in there? After all, smoking is banned from most inside and undercover locations now.

Maybe we should have smoking zones? In fact given proposals for special rooms for other types of drug use, perhaps we should go down the path of airports, and have smoking rooms.

Speaking of addictions, the chocolate-free week is going, frankly, surprisingly well. Even Jeremy commencing reading Roald Dahl’s “Charlie And The Chocolate Factory” hasn’t got me tucking into the Freddoes.

But I wonder if, like alcoholism, it’s best to stay away from it completely after the week is over, or whether just an occasional sample of chocolate would drag me back into full-blown chocoholism?

PS. Wednesday evening. Uh oh, fundraiser chocolates showed up at work today.

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3 Replies to “Addictions”

  1. I’m rooting for you Daniel. I gave up coke (a bad habit of mine) 6 weeks ago and I am going to stay off it, because I know if I have one then I will want “just one more” until I have fallen off the wagon again.

  2. You should see the smoking rooms in Japan. Woooo… Hazy.

    And I think I’ve eaten enough chocolate for both of us in the past few days.

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