Because I was trying to have sex with her, I didn't bring it up. It would have been dishonest to continue to pretend that I didn't notice it, or that it wasn't a big deal.
If nothing else, this blog is an outlet for voicing my astonishment at the typical female's ignorance of the male mindset.
At most, it is a reliable source of advice for women who want to improve their chances with the opposite sex.
They actually get genuinely upset or frustrated when they see someone else making a conscious and educated decision to smoke. A few months ago I met a European girl at a nightclub in San Diego. I didn't know at first that she was a smoker, but I wasn't very surprised when I found out - after all, she was European.
So let me preface this post by pointing out that I don't give a shit if you smoke. The first time we made out, I could taste the cigarettes in her mouth, even though it had been hours since she'd smoked one.
There is nothing I hate more than people who are self-righteous about not smoking.
Far too many Americans have fallen prey to the excesses of anti-smoking campaigns.
But there are many men (in the United States anyway) that are more repulsed by the idea of smoking than they are by STDs or dreadlocks. Countless men have told me that they would never date a smoker, and a large number of guys have told me they think it is disgusting.
I've never been told by a non-smoker that that he didn't really care if a girl smokes.
I don't like it." She was clearly embarrassed, but I didn't dwell on it.