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My mother taught me how to smoke cigarettes.
Send questions for Cecil Adams to: cecil straightdope. Your direct line to thousands of the smartest, hippest people on the planet, plus a few total dipsticks. This is for anyone who has ever tried a cigarette, whether or not you continue d to smoke. Why did you first light up a cigarette? How old were you? What do you remember about the experience?
One summer evening when we were really bored, my best friend S taught me to smoke. She lit the first one for me and told me to just hold it to see how it felt.
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Back to Top. Someone from Sunny Slopes posted a whisper, which reads "My mom taught me how to smoke cigarettes when I was 9.
It was one stick after the other. I would gaze at the smoke, transfixed by the haze, trying to look for poetry in it. They always thrilled me and intrigued me. I grew up without her watching over me. It was always I who was watching her and keeping her in check. She called me a demon.
Would love to hear form anyone who has encouraged anyone to smoke or been encouraged to smoke. My fetish is down to my mother who smoked and wore make up and looked very glam. I was mesmerised by seeing her smoke in full make up and wearing sexy clothes from a very early age. When I was thirteen I plucked up courage and asked her for a drag of her ciggie when we were in a cafe. She looked surprised and amused but let me have a puff - which of course I didn't inhale. So she said if you are going to smoke at least do it properly and taught me how to inhale. I don't know what the other cafe customers thought but I was oblivious of them and slightly dizzy after a puff drags.