Anonymous: First of all, this is in no way anon hate, but an anon reply to your TFIOS post. It is stated in the book that Augustus does not in fact buy new cigarettes. It is the same pack, usually the same cigarette until it breaks. The only time he actually does try to buy them is when they are taken from him in the third act of the book. But, I do agree. It would be pretty silly to buy them if he wasn't going to use them. That shit's expensive. Have a nice day.
thats cool and all (even though the filter must get pretty gross after a while ew), i wasnt making fun of the “metaphor” or the book or anything im just poor and like to smoke and people take things way too seriously awks