TOP 40: SCARIEST ANTI-SMOKING COMMERCIALS [PART FOUR]


They call it… throat cancer. They’ve come in… and removed… my voice box. Before… they did this.. they found out… I’ve got lung cancer as well. So, my future plans right now are… Alexandra… my eldest… is coming over here for a… …holiday on December 13th. I will be alive for that. Call 0800 169 0 169. [television sounds] [lighter ignites, fire burns cigarette] Every cigarette is doing you damage. [whoosh] Every time you inhale, tobacco smoke condenses in your lungs, to form tar. This is a healthy lung. And this is a pack-a-day smoker breathes in every year. Every cigarette is doing you damage. [coughs] Authorized by the Commonwealth Government, Canberra. [Reduced audio]
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♪ Everybody knows♪ ♪ Everybody knows ♪ [Reduced audio]
Sorry, copyright can be annoying at times. Authorized by the New Southwest Government, Sydney. [door slams] [flames burn cigarette] Every cigarette is doing you damage. Smoking creates blood clots, which can cause strokes. Some strokes kill, blind, or paralyze. Others – you don’t even know you’re having. This is the result of a minor stroke in a smoker, aged 38. [whooshing, kids playing] Every cigarette is doing you damage. [weird noises] ♪ Smoking causes mouth cancer. If it didn’t, I wouldn’t be needing radio-therapy and chemotherapy. If looking at mouth cancer from your cigarettes makes you uncomfortable… …look at another part of the pack. Quitting is hard. Not quitting is harder. It was really fun. No, totally. Because — no! Be serious! I mean… It’s not your problem! [lighter ignites] Really! Mmm-mmm. [stammers and laughs] I know! [giggles] She looks great! Yes, that is *exactly* what I was thinking! You’re so right! I’ll talk to you tomorrow. Okay, bye. [bark, pilot ignites] [flames burn cigarette] [whoosh] Every cigarette is doing you damage. This is part of an aorta, the main artery from the heart. Smoking makes artery walls sticky, and collect dangerous, fatty deposits. *This* much was found in the aorta of an average smoker, aged 32 (thirty-two.) [whoosh] Every cigarette is doing you damage. [weird noises] Are there any smokers out there? Did you know that half of you are actually going to die from smoking? [creepy throat noise] Statistics!! But the snag is that we don’t know which half. But we can find out. [giggle] So… If you’re a smoker and your seat got an even number, you’re heads. If it’s uneven, you’re tails. [coin shings] Ready? [slaps] [giggles, makes throat noises] ♪ [inhale] [bass, dramatic piano] [airplane takes off] The first naturally born smoker will have… a larger nose to filter out impurities. [exhales] [music, short breaths] Self-cleaning lungs… [pained breaths] …a highly-developed index and middle finger… …smaller ears — because they don’t listen…. [plane takes off] …extra eyelids to protect the eye from irritating smoke… …and of course: a in-built immunity to lung disease, lung cancer, and thrombosis. Unfortunately, the first natural-born smoker hasn’t yet been born. [pained exhale]