Spot on Squint, but it is particularly noticable when running when you get a lung full of 'D reg' cavalierSquint said:Not too sure on that one but the benefits of running will out weigh the downsides of the fumes, if possible run in the mornings when there is less traffic if not keep to less congested routes or go to parks/woodland!
As an ex smoker, having a pop at them doesn't help. We all know it's bad for us. Giving up has to come from the heart and is only something that can be executed by the individual.Squint said:Bloody awful habit, and no matter how many times you tell them they stink after a *** they tell you you're havering!! How bad does it look when you see an attractive woman start puffing out lung fulls of smoke, no bigger turn off for me! Not that I'm looking Mrs Squint!!!!
Singularity said:Slightly off topic but its still fumes. I hate running behind a smoker who has just blown out a mouth full of smoke. I've found myself holding my breath and running past him/her in the past.