So, to drive home the message that tobacco is harmful and should not be consumed in any way, people on Twitter are posting messages on World No Tobacco Day. "I left smoking almost 35 years ago! Will you?" tweeted Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan earlier today. Many others, not unlike like Big B, are sharing their personal anecdotes of when they quit smoking and how they feel now. Tweeple are also sharing facts and figures related to tobacco usage. Some have even posted suggestions on how one can quit the habit.
Former Indian opener and current Twitter king Virender Sehwag, Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu, singer Shaan, and many others have also tweeted about #WorldNoTobaccoDay. The hashtag is trending on Twitter.
Here's what Twitter is saying on World No Tobacco Day:
On #worldnotobaccoday let us resolve to spread awareness about the ill effects of tobacco use- Suresh Prabhu (@sureshpprabhu) May 31, 2017
No ifs, no butts#worldnotobaccoday- Rahul (@PsychotronV1) May 31, 2017
Say no to tobacco, say yes to life. #WorldNoTobaccoDay- Shivam Patel (@shivam1055) May 31, 2017
It's been 3 days since I've quit smoking & today is the 1st day when my craving for a smoke have started subsiding#WorldNoTobaccoDay- Sourya Mukherjee (@souryamukherjee) May 31, 2017
#WorldNoTobaccoDay I quit it last year same day nd now what i feel isThe Actual Freedom- Run Barry Run (@SuperLaunda) May 31, 2017
If you're looking to finally kick the butt, today is the best day to do so. Say no to tobacco on World No Tobacco Day.
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