One last cigarette, then Sayed Kashua will be a better person
'Do you smoke?' was the first question my father-in-law-to-be asked.
There are 12 cigarettes left in the pack − I counted before I started writing. They will be the last 12 cigarettes I smoke before kicking the habit. I’ve been promising myself to quit smoking for a long time. Whenever I climb more than five stairs I say the time has come, whenever a stink blasts my nostrils as I enter my study I say enough with cigarettes, and I swear to quit every time my...
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