These images illustrated a smoking prevention campaign. The handwritten copy runs over the photographs. Accompanying image of gurney in empty hallway: I hate it when you tell me what to do. I hate that you want me to conform. I hate that you judge me for doing something I enjoy. I hate that you stare at me when I'm not even doing it near you. I hate when you tell me that smoking is bad for me like I didn't already know it. I hate it when you tell me what to do. Accompanying image of hospital room with bed: Smoking when I drink makes me happy. I like the way it makes me feel. I can be at 10 and a cigarette takes me to 11. It's the only time I really feel calm and relaxed. Cigarettes never taste as good as when I'm having a beer. Smoking when I drink makes me happy. Accompanying image of MRI machine: I love smoking. I love everything about it. I love pushing open the pack and love pulling off the foil. Left side first. Always. I love lighting a cigarette. I love the smell. I love bringing my hand to my mouth and the warm smoke that fills my lungs. I love exhaling slowly and then doing it all over again. I love smoking. I love everything about it.