A Smoking Fetish Guide -Lighters and Cheek-hollowing drags

June 13, 2011

in Addiction,Contemplation,Treats

Every smoking fetishist has their own preferences. We’re a weird bunch – the smallest of things can turn us on or turn us off.

Types of Cigarettes

The type of cigarette matters a great deal to smoking fetishists, myself included. For example  I love seeing a girl smoke a cork-filtered cigarette. An all-white cigarette is OK on occasion but almost always, a cork filter wins.

 

All White Cigarette Smoker -Captured by my friend RawFlame

I love this shot above because it shows a girl taking a deep drag on her cigarette. But seeing a cork would make it so much better, like this candid I took in a club:

 

Smoking Women Are Sexy
Cork Cigarette -the most sexy cigarette type. A candid I took whilst at university

Some smoking fetishists go crazy for all slim cigarettes like Virginia Slims but I don’t like seeing a girl smoke them as much as a simple cork cigarette. Nor am I fan of cigarillos or any other dark coloured cigarette or cigar. As for length, I like normal length cigarettes for the most part. Seeing a girl dangle a cork 100 is great! (100 milimetres) but these are really rare in the UK. Cigarettes that are 120mm just look silly to me, rather than sexy.

Lighting Up a Cigarette

The sexiest way to light up a cigarette is with a simple bic lighter with a wheel. There’s something about these lighters that is really sexy. I love seeing girls with lighters set down on a table next to them, in preparation for their next light-up.  I love it when they hold their lighter too.

 

Notice the lighter type -with a wheel that makes the spark to ignite

Strangely enough, I find other kinds of lighters less sexy, zippo lighters included. There’s something ordinary and day-to-day about a simple bic lighter that makes me love it -its an simple tool used by addicted smokers to get the nicotine from their cigarettes.

 

The Drag…the BEST part

Every smoker takes a drag in a slightly different way, but when I see a woman taking a drag so strong that her cheeks collapse, I feel like I’m about to collapse…it’s just too sexy for words.

Cheek-hollowing drags are the sexiest sight in the world

 

Greedy smoke consumption

The sight of a smoker taking a huge drag never gets old

 

Dragging like her life depends on it

 

Nicotine addiction is sexy

 

That is all for now…

What turns you on?

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Stonewall June 14, 2011 at 6:06 pm

I like corks, but all whites are good too. I don’t like slim cigarettes or long ones. They are a turn off for me. I don’t like filters/holders either. Dangles, drags and light-ups are my preferences, but holds, inhales and exhales are fine depending on the scene. Candids are the best type of pics/vids while intentionally posed pics tend to be “ok.” And lastly, pics of brides are really hot…..never seen any until I came across them on the boards. As for lighters, bic lighter is is just fine. That’s something that I never paid much attention to before.

Mike June 17, 2011 at 11:18 pm

I don’t think I’ve ever seen a smoking bride, but I’ve fantasized about it many times… Where might I find such pics??

Stonewall June 17, 2011 at 11:40 pm

Register with Smoking Fetish Kingdom. Once accomplished, go to the search function and type in “brides.” What you will see will blow you mind!! You can also go to this website, http://ciggieluvr.tripod.com/bridesmoke.html. It’s called Bride Smoke…a little limited as they don’t update it often. Flicker has some good finds as well. Happy hunting!!

Stoney

Pete June 18, 2011 at 5:29 pm

I had a look at the link in your post. Some of these pictures are magnificent. The brides are so “pure” on their special day and yet must seccumb to their need for nicotine. I think this is one occasion when an all-white cigarette is suitable, although I usually prefer to see women smoking cork tips.

I wonder how many of the bridegrooms particularly enjoyed seeing their brides smoking on their special day, the icing on the cake, so to speak!

Stonewall June 18, 2011 at 10:33 pm

“The brides are so “pure” on their special day and yet must seccumb to their need for nicotine.” Having said that, now I know why it’s so hot!! If you come across any other sources, pls let us know!!

And yeah, corks are slightly better for me too!

Flamingo June 19, 2011 at 10:41 pm

You’ve got it in one Pete!

The brides are on what would be the most special day of their lives. But they need more than love to get through the day. They need their nicotine. As they need it every other single day -the special wedding day can wait until she’s had her cigarette.

Flamingo June 19, 2011 at 11:02 pm

Great advice for everyone. Thank you for making this a community help and advice post :) LOVE IT.

Pete June 18, 2011 at 12:42 pm

I found a photograph of a very sexy smoking bride on flickr a couple of days ago.

Stonewall June 18, 2011 at 3:38 pm

Can’t wait to see ‘em. I have a folder with nothing but brides. I just find it hot to see them smoking….Flamingo has a great pic on a different thread from his blog!!

Flamingo June 19, 2011 at 10:37 pm

Yes indeed I have! The post is here:

Wedded to Nicotine – A Real Smoking Bride
http://smokingwomenaresexy.com/smoking-bride/

Pete June 19, 2011 at 10:06 pm

Type in “smoking bride” and/or “bride smoking” and/or bride cigarette into flickr. There are some really HOT HOT pictures there among some not quite so hot!

Stonewall June 19, 2011 at 10:33 pm

Awesome tip!! I signed in, but it’s copy protected. Is there a way around so I can save?

Flamingo June 19, 2011 at 10:36 pm

In those cases I tend to do a ‘Print Screen’ -look for the words on a button on your keyboard.

That way I get a copy of the image on my screen, which I can then crop and save on my hard-drive.

vin July 7, 2011 at 4:33 pm

this is a flickr group for smoking brides that currently has 154 pictures in it.

http://www.flickr.com/groups/889808@N24/

i posted this elsewhere but in case you dont see that other comment, i strongly recommend getting a flickr account and browsing groups, or just searching on tags and keywords. some people regularly post good smoking pics and you can always find new stuff in various groups. i have found 56 smoking groups that i thought worth joining so far.

i like things as favorites and then they are always there when i want to go through them again, no need to bookmark, just log in to flickr

marc18 July 31, 2011 at 1:27 pm

I have a picture of my wife just lit up on our wedding day

Pete August 2, 2011 at 10:02 pm

That’s something nice to have among your posessions!

vin August 4, 2011 at 7:09 pm

are you comfortable sharing it or have you posted it to flickr? if not i understand but cant hurt to ask.

Flamingo August 4, 2011 at 7:25 pm

I asked Marc the same thing but I don’t think the email address he used is valid so he might not check back.

Flamingo June 19, 2011 at 10:35 pm

It’s great to hear we are broadly into the same things. :)

Jsmoke June 14, 2011 at 8:03 pm

I am an ALL WHITE fan all the way! I like corks but am just the opposite of you. I also CAN NOT STAND slims or 120′s. To me they look stupid, she might as well be holding a stick. I dont like cigars, holders, etc. I like all types of smoking, ie dangles, lightups, etc…like stonewall it all depends on the scene. Candids are my favorite as well but my all time favorite shot is that of a hottie driving while smoking. LOVE IT! I’m not particular on lighters or matches; as long as they are using something to light their cigarette I’m fine :)

Flamingo June 19, 2011 at 10:38 pm

I love love driving pics too…it’s a bit strange but I love it. Can’t wait to have a girlfriend who smokes in my car whilst I’m driving…or rather I think it might be safer if she is driving and smoking and I just get to watch!

(with the windows fully sealed of course!)

Pete June 20, 2011 at 7:04 am

Flamingo, that would be just out of this world.

There’s a colleague of mine at work who once went out to sit in her car in the car park to satisfy her hunger for nicotine. (I was having coffee in a cafe overlooking the car park, as I often do, and I saw this happening in my direct line of vision.) I day-dreamed about being in that car with her “discussing a confidential work-related matter”. After a while she might notice the effect she’s having on me, raise her head, smile knowingly, and lean over and apply her smoke-laden mouth to my lips.

Your post brought back that day dream to me.

Pete June 17, 2011 at 11:49 am

Cork-filter cigarettes are my favourite too, probably because they’re what I saw around me as I grew up. They’re just so sexy and I love to see a woman getting her money’s worth from one of them. I think I get as much pleasure from such as sight as she does smoking it. The young woman in “Dragging like her life depends on it” seems to have transported herself to another world. Her nails and her cigarette are wonderful accessories to her beauty. Can you imagine a sight more lovely?

Flamingo June 19, 2011 at 10:39 pm

Agreed -you’re in Ireland right?

I’d never seen an all-white cigarette until I saw pictures on the internet around age 13/14.

You’re totally right about loving the insane drag! I can’t imagine a better sight.

Pete June 20, 2011 at 1:26 am

I am in living in Ireland, although I was brought up and went to university in Scotland. As in England, all-whites were rarely if ever seen. In fact when I was a child, I assumed that all whites and unfiltered cigarettes were one and the same thing! I assumed that if a cigarette were filter-tipped, it must look buff-coloured at the mouth end! It never occurred to me that you could have a white filter, that matched main part of the cigarette. Anyway, the long and the short of it is that my fetish is based around the cork-tipped cigarette primarily; my interest in women smoking cigarettes started in early childhood!

Stonewall June 20, 2011 at 9:59 pm

Strange on the differences between the US and overseas. I found out a few years ago that Marlboro Lights are cork tipped in the UK, but are all whites in the States. Don’t know why they do that. As for unfiltered cigarettes, I can’t think of anyone that makes those anymore….but I’m sure there is a market for it somewhere.

Pete June 21, 2011 at 6:25 am

Same thing for me in reverse; I assumed that Marlboro Lights were cork tipped in the States!

Stonewall June 21, 2011 at 9:35 pm

So are regular Marlboros all white in the UK or are they corked too?

Pete June 21, 2011 at 10:06 pm

They’re corked in the UK and so that’s why I assumed they’d be corked in the states too. (I prefer the look of corks, as I think I said elsewhere. There’s no logic to my preference but I think a corked cigarette looks so beautiful between a woman’s lips, especially if she’s blonde!)

Flamingo June 21, 2011 at 10:31 pm

Totally understand the look of a cork-tipped cigarette if she’s blonde!!

Stonewall June 21, 2011 at 10:44 pm

Have you seen Avril Lavigne dangle an all white? Holy Cow! But I do like corks a little bit more.

Pete June 22, 2011 at 8:06 am

I have to admit that Avril Lavigne looks good dangling her all white, very good! Sometimes black haired girls, with red lipstick dressed up in black, can look well with an all white, and brides on their wedding day, of course.

But nothing does it for me like a cork, particularly seeing, as Flamingo says, the colour combination of pink lips, orange filter and white cigarette. It’s great to see a young woman in blue jeans, nice sweater, beautifully conditioned hair, relaxing outside a cafe with a cup of coffee and a cork-filtered cigarette either alone, contemplating, or with friends. I love to see her pack in front of her or to see her dangling after a light up as she puts things away in her bag.

Flamingo June 21, 2011 at 10:29 pm

Yes, both regular and lights are corked.

And they are so sexy. I love the colour combination of an orange tip, a white cigarette and the pink lips of a smoker.

Pete Cahill June 22, 2011 at 9:03 am

The blonde girl (green dress straps and clutching a camera “flamingo 05″) that’s in the second photograph in this June 13th entry is a brilliant depiction of a cork-tipped smoker whose complexion and hair colour beautifully complement her cigarette, an text book example of “an orange tip, a white cigarette and the pink lips of a smoker”. Did you take this photograph yourself, Flamingo? She looks great!

Pete June 22, 2011 at 10:10 pm

The photo of a girl’s cheek-hollowing dangle in the pic called Greedy Smoke Consumption shows a cork-tipped cigarette (active in nicotine delivery service) in all its glory! It’s so beautiful clamped between the young lady’s lips.

Stonewall June 22, 2011 at 10:25 pm

Is there a difference between white and cork filters? I’ve heard that there is in delivering nicotine to the system….corks being more potent.

Pete June 22, 2011 at 11:41 pm

Well, that’s interesting. I haven’t heard that before. I wonder if it’s so. If so then it makes a cork even sexier to me.

sean1967 June 30, 2011 at 6:45 pm

love sexy smokers ;)

Felix Culpa July 3, 2011 at 8:55 pm

All the cheek-hollowing drag photos are fantastic!

Approaching this from a different angle…and let me just talk about my preferences in pictures for ease of expression, although the same themes apply to my tastes in IRL sightings, films, TV, etc. My three favorite kinds of pics are:

1. Pics where the viewer can enjoy the power that smoking has over the woman or women pictured.
2. Pics where the woman/women clearly enjoy the power their smoking has over the viewer.
3. Pics where the viewer and the women pictured can both enjoy the power that smoking has to facilitate female bonding.

If a picture belongs to two or more categories, so much the better. For me, all three themes (including the second and third) ultimately draw their power from the magic properties of nicotine. Now, some thoughts on some more specific topics addressed above.

Cork-tip vs. white-tip: Depends mostly on the woman, her hair style, clothes, accessories, setting, etc. For me, the more “feminine” she looks, the better she looks with a white-tip and vice versa.

120s, colored cigarettes, etc: More often minuses than pluses.

Lighting up: As far as looks are concerned, generally speaking luxury lighters > Bic-style lighters > Zippo lighters > matches for me, especially for more “feminine” women. A Bic-style lighter probably makes the best sound, though.

Cheeks while dragging: The hollower, the better!

Stonewall July 3, 2011 at 9:13 pm

“Cork-tip vs. white-tip: Depends mostly on the woman, her hair style, clothes, accessories, setting, etc. For me, the more “feminine” she looks, the better she looks with a white-tip and vice versa.”
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A good observation Felix. Hair style, clothes and accessories are important to me too. I tend to look for younger ladies rather than older women. I like her hair to be long (shoulder length, not curly). I like ladies in more “formal” clothes than sweat pants and hoodies). I didn’t mention that before, but as I scan the boards, I tend to look for that versus a slobby girl. Weight is something I value too. I prefer thinner women versus heavier ones. With 34 responses on this subject, this has been a very good discussion!

Pete July 3, 2011 at 9:49 pm

In regard to your second paragraph, I agree with you entirely and wholeheartedly, save to say that if a woman is clearly in a casual setting, such as an outdoor cafe scene very early on Saturday morning, say, after having been shopping for some groceries, a newspaper and cigarettes, or after a morning swim or workout, a clean hoddie and neat clean sweat pants can be perfect, as long as her hair is tidy and she doesn’t look in any way slutty or careless about her appearance.

There’s plenty of time for her to be more formal later, for lunch or for dinner. In my opinion, it’s when the wearing of sweat pants is done out of sheer laziness at almost any time of day that it becomes unpleasant.

Sweat pants and hoodies can give a sporty look which is sexily incongruous with smoking, giving her that “should know better than to be smoking” appearance, that I like so much!

Stonewall July 3, 2011 at 9:58 pm

Great points. I do like the sporty look A LOT!! It sort of contradicts the notion of staying in shape….except cardiovascularly. I have a friend that used to do this often. She would go to the gym and then light up right after. And you hit it on the head as I was referring to the laziness aspect. That’s not attractive at all. And neat hair is important….very important. Unruly hair can be a major turn-off.

vin July 7, 2011 at 3:57 pm

personally, the best cigarette of any day is the one right after a workout, nothing feels quite as good and i have found a few runners (though not many due to the social stigma with being a smoker and being in ok to good physical shape) that have told me the same thing.

i have a theory that is not based on any science i have ever seen but regardless, it seems to me that most smokers are not as physically active as the average person much less as active as you should be to be healthy and live a long life- this is not due to smokers have trouble being active but in part due to the public perception that you cant go for a run then have a cigarette. due to this, i would assume that your average smoker is less likely to be fit, which leads to health issues. now smokers on average have much higher propensity for health problems but if they are also a self selecting group that on average doesnt work out then which is the bigger contributing factor in their health problems? see where i am going with this? would be interested in others thoughts, do studies that talk about the likelihood of health problems for smokers take other risk factors in to account? are they comparing sedentary non-smokers with smokers or the general population with smokers when they come out with these statistics?

Pete July 3, 2011 at 9:34 pm

I found the points 1, 2 and 3 in your post a most interesting classification. For IRL sightings, 2 is the most useful scenario because it allows the viewer to view without incurring the annoyance of the smoker, unless, of course, the viewing is done in a impolite manner.

luv2watch July 10, 2011 at 5:24 pm

Flamingo, I find your comments on your preference for cork-tipped cigarettes interesting. I started out liking only all-whites, but then eventually grew to like cork-tipped just as well or better. Maybe it was what I was first exposed to.

And yes, the drag is the best part (followed closely by the light-up, then the sexy exhale). When I see a beautiful woman with a cigarette in her hand, I’m waiting in expectation like a dog outside a butcher shop waiting for her to take that nicotine-laden drag.

Like many of the other posters, I don’t like women smoking colored cigarettes, the ultra-thins, the extra longs (120 mm) usually, or cigars. There are other preferences I have too, but I would say this — every once in a while I will find a woman with such extraordinary properties that she can transcend my “don’t likes.” Anyway, that’s my 2 cents.

Richard Kohler August 3, 2011 at 9:48 am

Cork filters rock!

Pete August 3, 2011 at 11:05 am

They do!

dianek October 12, 2011 at 7:23 pm

I love your site you really touch a lovely nerve!

ECD November 30, 2011 at 11:56 pm

I am very tardy to this discussion, so humor me, having just discovered the blog this week. I have to differ with some of the above posters. I prefer to see a woman enjoy an all-white. Just seems more feminine to me. And I love to see her lipstick on the filter, which is harder on a cork.

Pete December 1, 2011 at 5:33 am

I can fully understand that; all-whites do seem more feminine and with lipstick on the filter can be sexy.

I think however, with me, it’s a matter of early conditioning. Cork-filter cigarettes are what I saw around me, for the most part, as I grew up and it’s on those that I’m generally fixated. The first time I saw a woman smoking an all-white was at the age of about eight. She was a friend of the family and so I felt bold enough to remark to her that her cigarette was entirely white.

In some countries I believe that all-whites are much more common. For example, in the USA, Marlboro Lights are all-white, whereas in Britain an Ireland (and possibly in other parts of Europe too), they’re cork-tipped.

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