Maybe the smoker latently wants to quit smoking and therefore does not want to create economic incentives for himself to continue? The pack has run out - you have to go to the store, you look and miss another session of inhalation of harmful smoke.
Heh, you didn’t try to smoke cigarettes that lasted for a year :) And, alas, I did. They become too strong, and quite unpleasant to the taste. Honestly, I do not know why this is happening, but the fact remains: their consumer properties change significantly for the worse. But to buy a block is quite normal, and there are smokers who do this.
Well, the second option is mine. This is what I am constantly looking for an incentive to quit and I don’t buy for a long time, because “I’ll suddenly quit and where to put them”.
Option 2: He has no dough for a year's supply of a smoker.
I’ll say as a smoker, it’s not profitable to buy in large batches. You smoke everything quickly, but there are still a lot of them (and this is a temptation), a pack of a day ( there are those that smoke 2 packs a day) or a pack for a week. Not enough for any scenario, either money for a really year supply, or you don’t have patience to smoke it all. But in fact!