110. The Cigarette

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He poured some soda into a glass. The rose in the glass. He looked at the . He listened to the bubbles. He dropped a of ice cubes into the glass. The ice floated to the top. He waited until the cubes got a little smaller. He took a of the soda. It was nice and cold. put the glass on the table. He put ashtray on the table. He took a cigarette of the Marlboro box. He tapped the cigarette couple of times. He put the cigarette in mouth. He tore a match out of the . He closed the matchbook. He lit the match. moved the match to the end of the . He inhaled. Smoke entered his mouth. He inhaled . Smoke went into his lungs. He took the out of his mouth. He exhaled. A big of smoke filled the dining room. He watched smoke disappear. He put the cigarette in his again, and inhaled. It felt so good. He so relaxed. His wife came out of the . “Open the windows,” she yelled. “You’re stinking up whole house!”
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