Armpit Vale wrote:
Walking east along St Thomas's street this happens every single day. Everyone knows how windy it is and this causes the smoke not to go "up" like it normally would but instead "backwards" - an undiluted cloud that goes straight into the face of the person behind, still warm from the breath of it's prior user.
Armpit Vale wrote:Faced with an hour onboard a smelly and uncrowded train, what are us non-smokers meant to do?
Sidi wrote:So I am still a non-smoker and followed this special discussion. Everyone was blaming everyone, but I have a question now to all of you.
What would be the solution to solve the problem? Where shall the smokers be allowed to smoke?