I used to, but haven't for many years.
Here 's the history of my psychosomatic misadventure with smoking:
Many decades ago, when I was 4, my mother mentioned her concern
about my father smoking. It was then MUCH
more prevalent than now.
Smoke filled rooms were common and people thought little of it (including me).
I had not taken much notice of the smoke in the air n I was indifferent to it.
My mother offered the opinion that sucking dirt into your lungs
was probably not good for u. Upon the basis of this information,
I hatched a plot calculated to end my father 's smoking.
When he returned home, I falsely informed him
that he was stinking me out with that smoke,
whereas in truth
, I was unaffected
by the smoke.
I had assumed that being so informed, he 'd no longer smoke;
(at age 4, I did not know the concept of addiction).
To my amazement and consternation, he continued to smoke,
the same as if I had not said anything !!?? From that day forward,
I was olfactorily stunk out by the stench of cigarette smoke, obviously on a psychosomatic basis.
I still don 't like the stink of cigarettes, tho my reaction is less intense.