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8th Sep '17 4:33:12 PM LinTaylor
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** The Oingo & Boingo episode is probably the worst in this regard. Oingo, one of DIO's assassins, almost gets caught by the good guys and is forced to impersonate Jotaro for a while. When he smokes there aren't any censor shadows at all, presumably because he's an adult, but he still has Jotaro's face -- the exact thing the censor shadows were trying to hide. In fact, the episode even draws special attention to it when Polnareff says "do that trick with the cigarette again" and Oingo-taro holds a lit cigarette in his mouth for a few seconds. So the episode not only ''shows'' "Jotaro" smoking, it outright admits that he does, rendering all the censorship patently absurd; it seems that as long as the kiddies don't see a cigarette on the lips of a teenager, the censors didn't care.
29th Aug '17 10:06:34 AM Woodrobin
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* The LDS prophet Joseph Smith (1805-1844) discourages the use of Tobacco and smoking after his received a revelation from God on February 27, 1833 after witnessing his brethren smoking and chewing tobacco stating That "And again, Tobacco is not for the body, neither for the belly, and is not good for man, but is an herb for bruises and all sick cattle, to be used with judgment and skill." from Doctrine and Covenants 89 verse 8.
* Another LDS prophet Gordon B. Hinckley (1910-2008) in his Church Conference talk in Salt Lake City, Utah "Converts and Young Men" discourages the use use of smoking and tobacco and states. "Observe the Word of Wisdom. You cannot smoke; you must not smoke. You must not chew tobacco. You cannot drink liquor. You hold the priesthood of God. You must rise above these things which beckon with a seductive call." from April 1997 talk.
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* The LDS prophet Joseph Smith (1805-1844) discourages the use of Tobacco and smoking after his received a revelation from God on February 27, 1833 after witnessing his brethren smoking and chewing tobacco stating That "And again, Tobacco is not for the body, neither for the belly, and is not good for man, but is an herb for bruises and all sick cattle, to be used with judgment and skill." from Doctrine and Covenants 89 verse 8.
* Another LDS prophet Gordon B. Hinckley (1910-2008) in his Church Conference talk in Salt Lake City, Utah "Converts and Young Men" discourages the use use of smoking and tobacco and states. "Observe the Word of Wisdom. You cannot smoke; you must not smoke. You must not chew tobacco. You cannot drink liquor. You hold the priesthood of God. You must rise above these things which beckon with a seductive call." from April 1997 talk.
* Many of the public places in the USA often has a no smoking sign in Hospitals, restaurants, gas stations, Stores, city buses, schools, airports, train stations

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* The LDS prophet Joseph Smith (1805-1844) discourages the use of Tobacco and smoking after his received a revelation from God on February 27, 1833 after witnessing his brethren smoking and chewing tobacco stating That "And again, Tobacco is not for the body, neither for the belly, and is not good for man, but is an herb for bruises and all sick cattle, to be used with judgment and skill." from Doctrine and Covenants 89 verse 8.
* Another LDS prophet Gordon B. Hinckley (1910-2008) in his Church Conference talk in Salt Lake City, Utah "Converts and Young Men" discourages the use use of smoking and tobacco and states. "Observe the Word of Wisdom. You cannot smoke; you must not smoke. You must not chew tobacco. You cannot drink liquor. You hold the priesthood of God. You must rise above these things which beckon with a seductive call." from April 1997 talk.
* Many of the public places in the USA often has have a no smoking sign in Hospitals, restaurants, gas stations, Stores, city buses, schools, airports, train stations
8th Aug '17 5:15:53 PM CrosswalkX
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The Mormon church also officially known as The LDS church prophets has discouraged the use of Smoking and Tobacco since 1833. The Mormon missionaries when they're on a 2 year church mission, they preach the gospel and they often asks non members to be willing to give up smoking before they can join the LDS church.

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The Mormon church also officially known as The LDS church prophets has discouraged the use of Smoking and Tobacco since 1833. The Mormon missionaries when they're on a 2 year church mission, they preach are out preaching the gospel and they often asks non members to be willing to give up smoking before they can join the LDS church.



* The LDS prophet Joseph Smith (1830-1844) discourages the use of Tobacco and smoking after his received a revelation from God on February 27, 1833 after witnessing his brethren smoking and chewing tobacco stating That "And again, Tobacco is not for the body, neither for the belly, and is not good for man, but is an herb for bruises and all sick cattle, to be used with judgment and skill." from Doctrine and Covenants 89 verse 8.
* Another LDS prophet Gordon B. Hinckley (1995-2008) in his Church Conference talk in Salt Lake City, Utah "Converts and Young Men" discourages the use use of smoking and tobacco and states. "Observe the Word of Wisdom. You cannot smoke; you must not smoke. You must not chew tobacco. You cannot drink liquor. You hold the priesthood of God. You must rise above these things which beckon with a seductive call." from April 1997 talk.

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* The LDS prophet Joseph Smith (1830-1844) (1805-1844) discourages the use of Tobacco and smoking after his received a revelation from God on February 27, 1833 after witnessing his brethren smoking and chewing tobacco stating That "And again, Tobacco is not for the body, neither for the belly, and is not good for man, but is an herb for bruises and all sick cattle, to be used with judgment and skill." from Doctrine and Covenants 89 verse 8.
* Another LDS prophet Gordon B. Hinckley (1995-2008) (1910-2008) in his Church Conference talk in Salt Lake City, Utah "Converts and Young Men" discourages the use use of smoking and tobacco and states. "Observe the Word of Wisdom. You cannot smoke; you must not smoke. You must not chew tobacco. You cannot drink liquor. You hold the priesthood of God. You must rise above these things which beckon with a seductive call." from April 1997 talk.
24th Jul '17 1:42:44 PM CrosswalkX
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* The LDS prophet Joseph Smith (1830-1844) discourages the use of Tobacco and smoking after his received a revelation from God on February 27, 1833 after witnessing his brethren smoking and chewing tobacco stating That "And again, Tobacco is not for the body, neither for the belly, and is not good for man, but is an herb for bruises and all sick cattle, to be used with judgment and skill." from Doctrine and Covenants 89 verse 8.
* Another LDS prophet Gordon B. Hinckley (1995-2008) in his Church Conference talk in Salt Lake City, Utah "Converts and Young Men" discourages the use use of smoking and tobacco and states. "Observe the Word of Wisdom. You cannot smoke; you must not smoke. You must not chew tobacco. You cannot drink liquor. You hold the priesthood of God. You must rise above these things which beckon with a seductive call." from April 1997 talk.
* Many of the public places in the USA often has a no smoking sign in Hospitals, restaurants, gas stations, Stores, city buses, schools, airports, train stations
* Utah State USA is notable for the "Utah Indoor Clean Air Act" which was passed in 1993 to discourage smoking among minors and for those trying to give up smoking.



* In a anti-smoking 1951 Disney cartoon Goofy cartoon "No Smoking", tells about the history of Tobacco and then George Geef who is a heavy smoker, he decides to quit smoking and says "There that was easy" but then realizes how difficult it is to break the habit.

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* In a an anti-smoking 1951 Disney cartoon Goofy cartoon "No Smoking", tells about the history of Tobacco and then George Geef who is a heavy smoker, he decides to quit smoking and says "There that was easy" easy." but then realizes how difficult it is to break the habit.
24th Jul '17 1:24:54 PM CrosswalkX
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* The LDS motion picture studios is notable for anti-smoking Mormon church films including "As the Twig is Bent" 1957 where a father stuggles to quit smoking. "Time Pulls the Trigger" 1963 where the people review the dangers of cigarette smoking in the film room, "Up In Smoke" where a young man is pressured by the tobacco company boss to accept smoking which he refuses to accept and imagines the tobacco posters ads of the cigarettes having a negative effect on the people.


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* In "The Book of Mormon" featuring the "Doctrine and Covenants" Section 89 verses 1-9 asks church members to keep the word of Wisdom stating that tobacco is not for the body or belly but is used as a herb for bruises and for all sick cattle.


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* The Nintendo Company once banned or censored cigarette smoking for American releases during the 1980s, 1990s in order to discourage smoking to kids and families.


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* In a NES game "Chip and Dale: Rescue Rangers" features a final boss "Fat Cat" attacking Chip and Dale with his cigar ashes shooting at them. It's unknown how it slipped past the Nintendo Censorship.


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* In a anti-smoking 1951 Disney cartoon Goofy cartoon "No Smoking", tells about the history of Tobacco and then George Geef who is a heavy smoker, he decides to quit smoking and says "There that was easy" but then realizes how difficult it is to break the habit.
24th Jul '17 1:06:14 PM CrosswalkX
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The Mormon church also officially known as The LDS church prophets has discouraged the use of Smoking and Tobacco since 1833. The Mormon missionaries when they're on a 2 year church mission, they preach the gospel and they often asks non members to be willing to give up smoking before they can join the LDS church.

There are public places in the USA that often has a No Smoking Sign such as Stores, restaurants, Hotels, Airports, city buses. Also in the USA it's against the law for a minor under the age 21 to buy cigarettes and smoke cigarettes. For example in Utah, they passed a bill in 1993 called Utah Indoor Clean Air Act to help fight against smoking in places.

The commercials in the USA feature anti-smoking ads to get people to quit smoking.
22nd May '17 9:08:56 PM TheJayman49
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This trope is also a particular case of ValuesDissonance, as anti-smoking laws didn't really come into effect until the early 2000s. Before then, smoking was considered to be socially acceptable, with some even believing that smoking was actually ''good'' for the human body. [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer Seriously]].
7th Mar '17 6:24:32 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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[[caption-width-right:240: On the top: {{badass}} Sanji with his cigarette. Below: {{badbutt}} Sanji with his... lollipop.]]

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[[caption-width-right:240: On the top: {{badass}} badass Sanji with his cigarette. Below: {{badbutt}} Sanji with his... lollipop.]]
7th Mar '17 2:52:23 PM FGHIK
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[[caption-width-right:240: On the top: badass Sanji with his cigarette. Below: {{badbutt}} Sanji with his... lollipop.]]

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[[caption-width-right:240: On the top: badass {{badass}} Sanji with his cigarette. Below: {{badbutt}} Sanji with his... lollipop.]]
29th Jan '17 5:30:49 AM Midna
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', the original design of the gardener pony from "The Best Night Ever" had him smoking a tobacco pipe. This was nixed by the time the episode was animated, so in the episode as aired, he has some buckwheat in his mouth instead.



* In the SNES game of ''Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie's Kong's Double Trouble'' there is a bear named Barnacle Bear that can be seen smoking a tobacco pipe. This is one of the examples of how Rareware company got past the Nintendo's anti-smoking censorship.

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* In the SNES game of ''Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie's Kong's Double Trouble'' there is a bear named Barnacle Bear that can be seen smoking a tobacco pipe. This is one of the examples of how Rareware company got past the Nintendo's anti-smoking censorship.



* In the SNES version of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'' there are woman enemies named Dahling that can be seen holding cigarette pipes in their hand, even the smoke has been removed.
* In the SNES game of ''VideoGame/KirbySuperStar'' The boss Fatty Whale can be seen with the tobacco pipe in his mouth. It's unknown how it got past Nintendo's anti-smoking censorship considering it's an official Nintendo game.

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* In the SNES version of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'' there are woman enemies named Dahling that can be seen holding cigarette pipes in their hand, even though the smoke has been removed.
* In ''VideoGame/KirbySuperStar'', the SNES game of ''VideoGame/KirbySuperStar'' The boss Fatty Whale can be seen with the a tobacco pipe in his mouth. It's unknown how it got past Nintendo's anti-smoking censorship considering it's an official Nintendo game.mouth.


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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' typically allows characters to smoke normally, most prominently Burgerpants, except in one instance for comedic effect: Doggo smokes dog treats in the same way you would smoke a cigarette. You can even find some dog treat "butts" on the ground after you fight him.
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