Smoking may be an unpleasant habit however it is apparently driving Hollywood’s most popular couple – Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart – together.
It is revealed that the celebrity couple, who reunited several months ago after a short break up, bonds big time over smoking cigarettes. Read the rest of this entry
Japan Tobacco International (JTI) will start celebrating Camel’s 100th anniversary in Latin America this month.
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Qualitative and very affordable – these two words completely identify the smoking products of the second biggest tobacco manufacturer in the United States – R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. Established in 1875 by the son of tobacco grower R. J. Reynolds, R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company extended and became substantially prosperous extremely fast. Read the rest of this entry
Do you remember what Fred Flintstones and his friend Barney Rubble smoked in the commercials into ‘The Flintstones’ cartoon? Yes, those were Winston Cigarettes. Read the rest of this entry
Images of celebrities smoking seem glamorous, irrespective of the scene in a film and thus it attracts teenagers. They are seen at events with a cigarette which prompts youngsters to do the same. The most popular cigarette brands they smoke are Marlboro, Camel, Winston, Salem, Spirit and many others, which already became a point of mass discussion.
Could it be that the celebrities on their own have been motivated by the glamour that was previously related to cigarettes? Read the rest of this entry