smoker's lung

Trixie : I didn’t understand why people care so much for their dumb friends until I got a dumb friend myself.

Trixie : *picks Katya up*

Trixie : I’ve only befriended Katya for a day and a half.

Trixie : But if anything happened to her, I would kill everyone in this room and myself.

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A/N : For my first ever Harry one shot, I hope this is good and does ‘From The Dining Table’ justice.

Word Count : 1700+

Summary : Harry sees a picture of Y/N on her new boyfriends Instagram, and it breaks his heart.

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Light cascades through the half turned blinds, torching the room inside and revealing tiny dust particles dancing around Harry’s head. Behind his translucent eyelids he stirs as a disgruntled huff escapes his chapped, raw lips and the sour taste and smell of alcohol and cheap, sweaty sex floods Harry’s nostrils before he’s taken his first breath. 

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anonymous asked:

Quick question. Doesn't smoking cannabis leave tar in your lungs like smoking a cigarette?

yeah it does but compared to the amount of cigarettes a pro smoker inhales a day vs the few joints a stoner might smoke, over the years the impact of tobacco tar is a lot more noticeable. Plus multiple studies have shown THC to effectively inhibit the growth of certain cancer cells, hence why the number of stoners (vs tobacco smokers) w lung cancer is incredibly low

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anonymous asked:

I'm so worried about what's going to happen with Touka that I feel really out of it. I've been very invested in the story, and particularly the characters (especially Kaneki and Touka), it's stressing me out so much honestly even though it's just fiction. I know this is a tragic story, but Touka's the heroine, someone who I really wanted to see more of. If she dies now after we finally got her back in a central role in the story it will hurt (even more because I know some people want her to die)

oh man I’m sorry if I’ve freaked you out with my panicking, honestly I do a lot of yelling about these things mostly as an outlet! I know it doesn’t mean much, but try not to stress about something that has yet to come. There’s absolutely no guarantee that any of these ‘death flags’ we’re reading into are legitimately foreshadowing her death rather than just that foreboding sense of danger that has now reached :re’s doorstep. And I know it can be scary when you’re so invested in characters- I am too- but let’s just tackle that hurdle if it ever comes.

I can’t say it definitely won’t happen- only Ishida knows that. But maybe this might put you at ease and take away some stress.

List of major characters that had HUGE death flags and didn’t die:

  • Hinami in Cochlea Arc complete with art showing a line across her neck
  • Ui (although its unclear whether he’s currently suffering a slow death from smokers lung)
  • Mutsuki 
  • Seidou- I was convinced he wasn’t coming off Rushima alive
  • Yomo- legit had an entire chapter of flashbacks before getting sliced across the neck; he’s just fine and dandy
  • Ayato- got blown up about 3 times consecutively
  • Touka last arc when she asked Kaneki to talk before a big mission- she was fine, they got to talk
  • Almost every singly character in this series

anonymous asked:

No offense but outdoor cats are a thing that exist and who can live long happy lives

Did…did you even read the posts I reblogged? Cause it feels like ya just kinda skimmed them and decided you disagreed without really paying attention to what was said. No one is saying that some outdoor cats don’t do just fine. Some do. But many don’t. In fact, a lot of outdoor cats do not fare well, and they certainly do not typically live as long as their indoor counterparts. These are real, documented risks to the safety of domesticated cats who are left outdoors. No amount of disagreement from you is going to make these facts change. Leaving your domesticated cats outdoor is a pretty much undisputed risk to the safety and well being of your cat - so much so that vets and other pet care experts often discourage it and the humane society specifies all the risks that those two posts I reblogged mentioned, plus a few extras, and also specifies that outdoor time for your cat should be monitored and limited for their own safety (ex: keep them on a leash, keep them in an enclosed area in the outdoors like a outdoor closed off porch, etc…).

Essentially, allowing your cat outdoors without supervision is more or less the equivalent of smoking. Sure, not every smoker will get lung cancer or COPD, and some might live to be 100 years old, but smoking is still an inherent health risk that reduces overall life expectancy and quality of life, just like allowing domesticated cats outdoors. Do some outdoor cats do fine? Of course. But allowing them outside will automatically lower their life expectancy and put them at a much higher risk of harm.

Be good to your cats - don’t put them at risk when that risk could have easily been avoided.