A controversial post about smoking is making the rounds on social media.
The post, which was posted on May 30, reads: “I am not a doctor and am not going to recommend that anyone smoke for any reason whatsoever.
Smoking is dangerous and a health hazard, and it’s very easy to become addicted to it.
If you want to quit smoking, go to a smoke-free area.
I’m not suggesting that you smoke or anything.
I am just saying that the way we smoke today is not healthy.”
It has been viewed more than 20 million times and sparked a firestorm of debate on social networking sites such as Facebook.
The controversial post was made on the social media site after a woman posted a video of herself trying to quit drinking.
She said she was trying to stop smoking when she was asked by the woman who gave her a cigarette, “What are you smoking?”
The woman said she could not smoke and would not do so because it would be dangerous to her.
The video went viral and sparked debate on the issue of the harmful effects of smoking on people.
A similar post was also posted on Facebook on May 24, the day after a man was hospitalized with lung cancer.
In that video, the woman asks if she is a doctor or not.
The woman who made the post told HuffPost that she would not be calling herself a doctor, and she was just trying to make the point that the video she posted could be viewed by anyone who had a problem with smoking.
The man was in the hospital for a heart attack, but he is expected to make a full recovery.
“I’m not saying that I’m going to quit.
I have no idea why you think I’m quitting, because I’m still smoking,” the woman said.
“I don’t have a problem.
It’s just that I don’t want to be responsible for people’s lives.
I just want to give them some hope that this is something they can control.”
She said the video was posted after she went to the hospital because she was feeling “overwhelmed” and she wanted to help someone else.
She said she had no idea how the post became so controversial and that she was not a physician.
“We’re not doctors.
We don’t make these decisions.
But we are supposed to be able to make decisions for the people around us,” the post read.”
As a person with cancer, I know that there are a lot of people who have been in this situation who can relate to what you’re saying.
They know the impact that smoking has on your health and how it can affect them and their loved ones.”
The woman was able to quit, but she said she would continue to smoke because it is an addictive substance.
“There are millions of people that have this addiction, and many of them are dying,” she said.
“You can do whatever you want, and I know for me, I am not addicted to anything.
But I am addicted to smoking.”
HuffPost reached out to Facebook for comment, but the company did not respond.