"Already rated the video but I'm always amazed to see these 5-star ratings with one-sentence
glowing remarks such as the previous rating ... what was he watching??
This girl, quite literally, shows the difference between an 18-year-old in 2011 and an 18-year-old
in, say, 1970. In 1970, her maturity level would have been considered that of a 12-year-old trying
her first cigarette behind the barn. All the nonsense she talks like "Smoke is better than air. You
can taste smoke. You cannot taste air". Good Lord!! "I want a boyfriend who smokes as much as
me". Geez. No wonder she got dumped by a non-smoker boyfriend. It's probably not because
she smokes, it's because she's got an incredibly immature (the word "jejune" comes to mind)
philosophy. Are their any OTHER attributes of boys that count??
Yeah, I am turned on by girls that smoke and it's a very involuntary response. There is no
rational explanation. It just is. I'd be embarrassed to go into some lengthy monologue
trying to rationalize it. I don't talk about it with anyone except my closest friends and very
sparingly at that. Irrational inner mental states exist in all of us. However, trying to turn
them into virtues via talk is embarrassing.
It reminds me of the old playright George S Kaufman who once said to a woman motor-mouth:
"My dear, is there ANY thought in your mind that ever goes unexpressed"? I think that about
says it all. Bouchra ... if you read this ... keep that quote in mind."