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A cigarette is a small cylinder of finely cut tobacco leaves rolled in thin paper for smoking. The cigarette is ignited at one end causing the cigarette to smoulder and allowing smoke to be inhaled from the other end, which is held in or to the mouth; in some cases, a cigarette holder may be used, as well. Most modern manufactured cigarettes are filtered, and also include reconstituted tobacco and other additives.

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I am against smoking and I am really happy that smoking becomes very unpopular our days

Contributed by Dom Harris

Short video using pigs' lungs to illustrate the difference between a smoker's lung function and that of a non-smoker. Definitely never touching a cigarette.

Contributed by Tori Griffin

To help you quit smoking cigarettes.

Contributed by Giuliana Sarto

Crayons in cigarette box

I find this picture magnificent for the sole reason that it puts so many words into one thing. Great Job!

Contributed by Cristal Guzman

I'm no advocate for smoking cigarettes. But if you are going to do it anyway, might as well save the planet. Biodegradable cigarettes that contain plant seeds in the butts! Thoughts?

Contributed by Alyssa Green

Truth about whats in your cigarette! Don't smoke!

Contributed by Kelsey Helgerson

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