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How do I stop smokers in surrounding apartments?

Postby jelani » Fri May 11, 2012 8:17 am

there not gonna stop smoking just cause one winey little btich who doesnt like the smell they are addicted u ******* dumbass... its the truth it may be rude but sorry bro
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How do I stop smokers in surrounding apartments?

Postby wylingford34 » Fri May 11, 2012 8:25 am

If by some miracle the smoke is seeping through the walls then buy an air freshener. If someone else smoking is causing you to "suffer" (I actually laughed at that) your life is probably easy enough as is. The last thing any smoker wants to hear is some clown telling them how bad it is. They already know. It's like telling someone McDonald's is bad, or drinking is bad, or masturbation is bad. Just let other people live how they like.
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How do I stop smokers in surrounding apartments?

Postby eliott » Fri May 11, 2012 8:32 am

if theres no rules against smoking in ur apartment building, then they are well within their rights to smoke. Its most likely coming thru vents and exhaust fans. U could try covering them up, that would work, but u may then encounter problems unless u regularly open windows to let air in and out of ur apartment and problems when cooking and showering unless u can open a window.
Move out if u can.
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How do I stop smokers in surrounding apartments?

Postby teyo » Fri May 11, 2012 8:33 am

Uhhhmmm...Well, considering they're smoking in their apartment, and not yours, there's not much you can do...but "suffer". Buy an airfreshner. It helps. Get a fan, or get out of the apartment. Just like any other fellow smoker, if you told me to stop, I probably wouldn't. They pay rent just like you do, and have just as much right to do what they want, as do you. It's an addiction, and very hard to stop. If I could quit, I would, just as many other smokers would. It's not easy. Don't tell any smoker how much it stinks or how horrible it is...they know. But honestly, I'm not trying to be rude, but there really is not much you can do.
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