DAILY THOUGHTS AND PHOTOGRAPHS FROM PORTO, PORTUGAL AND OXFORD, UNITED KINGDOM
that's so sad. Every time I pass by teens (I notice they usually smoke in groups) smoking on the street I always have the urge to tell them to stop before they are truly addicted & then have to endure the price (both financially & psychologically) of having such a negative monkey on their back. I never do this but I always want too.I'm not sure, but maybe it's one of those things that people must learn for themselves.
A universal image for every generation. You raise an interesting point. I used to smoke as but gave it up many years ago as I'm sure will many of these. I hope.
When I was in high school the students would go out for smoke. The school didn't do anything and some parents even allow their children to smoke. Perhaps the school should set a strict rule of non-smoking around their area.