True me.. Tap-437..

If you know me personally or you follow what I post in this blog, hopefully you already know there are two kinds of people I hate the most “SMOKERS & LIARS”. Smokers are those people who don’t give a shit about their own health or their family’s health while neglecting the fact “SECOND HAND SMOKING is dangerous as well”. The funniest part is dumbfucks who smoke weed to look/feel cool or calm, there are tons of reasearch yet to be done to prove whether marijuana is addictive or harmful to health.

Let me share an amazing incident that happened before this pandemic. It’s about a friend who came for a late night party & started smoking weed in my balcony. I showed her my gate while explaining “how to go out of my apartment right away during a cold chilly weather” & stopped talking to her even after receiving 80-90 sorry/sorrow filled texts. First it’s illegal to smoke weed where I live, second I might have done the same even if it’s a stupid cigarette. This same person started countering my aggressive opinion against weed/smoking by saying: “Even your favourite Elon Musk smoked weed on camera & everyone smokes weed now a days”. My response to that; please give me that list of everyone, so that I can stay away from every piece of shit in that everyone’s list. Elon Musk owns couple billion dollars & also running 5-6 most ridiculously successful companies. Where are yours??!”

Here’s a video by vice explaining how/why illegal weed money goes to all sorts of crime & in few cases straight towards terrorism.

Takeaway; a person with loose morals & cheap mentality will always find it’s way to shit from mouth no matter how badly you want them to behave.

Tap OUT..πŸ‘

60 thoughts on “True me.. Tap-437..

  1. I really enjoyed this post. I loathe second hand smoke and as for weed….well I was a teenager and at university in the 60s. Weed was everywhere. I grew out of that pretty fast. I want my brain sharp and focused not wandering off to a vague la la land. Have a good weekend Tap.

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    1. Same this side, I loathe smoking overall. I see you & your love for animals. You need a sharp brain to do what you do the right way. I respect your thought & how you grew out of smoking. No fun in being high to be honest. Have a great weekend ahead Anne.πŸ‘πŸ€—

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  2. FINALLY! Someone who feels the same way that I do about smoking. I will never understand why people pay to give themselves illnesses and eventual death, all in the name of looking cool. They are merely sheep who’s brain has been overrided with brand marketing and the need to keep up a particular image

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    1. I second all your words Hannah. It’s a mix of marketing crap, bad habit, poor character, fake image building exercise to look cool & at the end everything to fit into a group of some cheap lackluster people. I feel appreciated that you understood/felt what I wanted to convey.πŸ€—πŸ˜

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      1. It’s interesting whenever you ask someone why they smoke, they usually provide the following reasons:
        1) their friends do it
        2) they’re depressed
        I personally feel like 2) is to cover up for 1)

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        1. True that Han. And I would love to add it’s just immoral in my eyes. I don’t know why!! I have no issues with people having few sip of wine or whiskey occasionally. I just find smoking is cheap & classless.

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          1. Yeah, I feel like drinking is fine as long as you’re not constantly drunk and unable to walk. It’s funny you say that, cause a lot people think they’re being classy when they smoke. Not the people who roll cigarettes, but the ones who buy into brands and get those menthol cigarettes

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            1. All smokers are stupid to think “Cool” or acceptable. It’s just dumb in my eyes. I hate it more than the word “HATE”. Thanks for agreeing with Tap, a dirty martini on me.πŸ˜œπŸ€—

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                    1. Actually I don’t cause you never told me πŸ˜‚ but I remember you saying that you’re a Leo, so I’m going to guess it’s in August? That’s a legit fear, I fear the same

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                    2. I have a photographic memory Han. I forget nothing, see your mail. It’s 30-July fr but in all my certificates & documents it’s 3-July. Good for me. I celebrate birthday twice, once with colleagues and acquaintances, next one with my friends.πŸ˜‚

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                    3. Oh yes, you did mention that you had two birthdays. The best part is that they already passed, so I’m safe from gift buying for now πŸ˜› but with those 2 different birthdays, I guess you’d have 2 different star signs πŸ€” not that I look into astrology much

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                    4. Real birthday makes me a Leo. I am not a strong believer of astrology or anything like that. But if it says “Leo is making money & scoring some action”, I will definitely believe that.😜😜

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                    5. πŸ™„πŸ™„ you Leo’s are all the same. My dad is one too, no surprise 😝 At least the weather is nice on your birthday…I have the snow and joy of queuing outside clubs and bars in a dress 😬

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                    6. Most of the time I hit clubs which are owned by friends. Poor Tap has lost mojo of going to a club, I rather prefer hosting a party near my backyard pool with some nice grill, pizza and wine.πŸ˜‚ But London has some happening clubs, worth it to queue for a while.πŸ˜‹πŸ€—

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                    7. I agree, I rarely go to clubs, I prefer a good bar/restaurant or rooftop. House parties are the best though 😊 It’s not a bad shout going somewhere that’s owned by friends…you get the best table, no queuing and usually a free drink or 5 😜

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                    8. Yeah. Cleaning house at the end after house parties is an issue, but my friends are a real responsible party people. They stay & help me clean everything before leaving.πŸ€—

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                    9. The older I get, the more I agree with this. I trust my friends, I prefer inclusive parties cause when you throw a house party with an open invite and word gets out…suddenly you end up with random crack head strangers who deal drugs and trash the house. I have too much expensive furniture for that

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                    10. I totally agree. I think I am blessed with few amazing friends who consider my place as theirs & make sure it’s clean before leaving my house. Most of the time these same assholes pop up right after 5-hours once again, I love it.πŸ˜‚

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                    11. In college & university days, everyone was so sure what they want to do & where they want to move after their courses are over. I think it’s some engineering & MBA thing because these are professional degrees targeted towards specific jobs. So everyone was bit selfish & self-invested in their own ways. High school days were innocent, those friends are still sticking to each other.πŸ‘

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                    12. I personally found that there was more bitchiness in high school, everyone with either emo or chav and it felt like everyone was trying to figure out who they were, so no one was genuine. I moved around friendship groups so many times until the last few years of high school where I found my ultimate squad, and arguably it’s a much stronger squad than my uni one. But uni was more fun in terms of experiences, I really came out of my shell then and had a lot more fun 😊

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                    13. High school is like that. Everyone wants to flex a relationship, this will never change. Every teenager does the same now too. I didn’t have a group in high school, but we made a group after A-levels to keep in touch with each other. A group of 18 friends. It’s a singles only club, so now only 7-8 left.

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                    14. I feel like most of those high school relationships are in-genuine, as you said most people just want to flex it or are desperate to lose their virginity. I had a group during A-Levels, but it was far too big, so naturally we branched off and now we have a group of 8 of us who still keep in touch

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                    15. I totally agree about this flexing about losing virginity thing. I used to think it’s only boys who flex about humping their girlfriends, during my last year of high school even few girls started showing off their hickey.πŸ˜‚

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  3. second hand smoke kicked in on my when i was pregnant and got asthma. ( I am 1% but if you are the 1 it 100 % sucks). Growing up, my mom who smoked like a chimney.. i could taste it in my ice cream so never smoked a puff. Finally got her to quite before 60. I have a rap we all sang to her (me and my kids) that guilted her into it. She’s 84 and thriving.. πŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ Good post Tap! C

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      1. Thanks Tap.. Actually, 3 out of 4 of my kids smoked at one time because they thought it was cool and hid it from us. 1 of the 4 got the message obvi cuz she started crying and told them she was scared and worried about them. They quite for her but never would have for us but whatever it takes. Yes, and long live my mum.. I’ll tell her. πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™β€οΈ

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        1. Taking care of family is an amazing feeling I can say. Kids or parents, all should understand this. I am happy for you Cindy. Your kids must be in their 20-30s, hope they understood it their ways. Have a great weekend ahead.πŸ‘πŸ€—

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  4. A post with a very strong message πŸ‘
    And what you did at that time right away was must neededπŸ‘
    These liers and smokers has done more harm to the ethical and social values than anything elseπŸ™‚
    Anyways, stay safe, healthy, wealthy, and strong always to deal with such instances.

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    1. A ton of thanks for your warm words. I second you that liars & smokers both damage our values because they lack character+moral strength. Have a good one Aushi. Stay happy & happening.πŸ€—

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