Bad habits: we might not like to admit it, but we all have them. Whether it’s biting our nails, eating too much chocolate or spending our work hours browsing social media, each and every one of us has a vice. Of course some, like smoking, are more harmful than others.
Nowadays, we’re all familiar with the dangers of smoking tobacco, but it wasn’t always this way. In fact, attitudes towards smoking have only really shifted in the last century – before that, it was a very different story.
1. Double-Barrel Cigarette Holder
First up, we have this double-barrel cigarette holder. Makes perfect sense, right? You’ve got two lungs, gotta have two cigarettes. Of course if you used this you’d have two lungs for very long…
2. Whole Cigarette Factory Contained in Single Tobacco Can
The invention is the creation of Dr. Edward P. Delevante, who has built a cigarette roller right into the bottom of the tobacco can. I’m not entirely sure that’s tobacco he’s rolling up there.
3. Remote Smoking Apparatus
This one is actually kind of neat, but it’d probably be better for smoking something else…
4. Ash Tray Fits Cigarette
Dude, just get an ashtray. Or don’t. It seems like you’d end up grabbing the end of the cigarette and the weight of this thing would break your cigarette in half.
5. Invalid “Fed” Cigarettes on a Stick
Thank god someone has solved the age old problem of how to smoke in a hospital bed when both of your arms are broken! And people say nicotine isn’t addictive?