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These Coffin-Shaped Cigarette Packs Will Be Really Appreciated

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By David Ponce

We’re sad this is just a concept. This product should be made right now. And anyone that wants to send the smokers in their life a little message should buy them and give them as presents. Or the really cynical smoker can buy them himself. Either way, we’re totally seeing a market for these.

The design is from R.J. Reynolds Ukraine. Yeah, we wondered about that name too and whether it was some kind of pun. But unless it’s all an elaborate joke, it seems to be the work of one Richard Joshua Reynolds. We’re getting imaginative here and smelling the trademark infringement lawyers in the air already if this ever takes off…

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  • franco1975

    I smoke 1 pack a day. Im fully aware that smoking is an unhealthy and expensive habit. There even a morbid pix of a diseased organ cause by smoking on my pack of cigs. Does any of that make me want to stop smoking? Nope. Doubt this will work. Heck it will make me look cooler!

  • mcman

    Why would anyone think this would stop a smoker. That's like telling them smoking is bad for them.

    News Flash: They already know!

  • Jessicat

    I don't know if it will really help people want to stop, but it's a neat idea. That in your hand you're holding your coffin so to say. I actually like the design and would carry one around if I smoked. I think Franco nailed it with his comment. Maybe in black with white detail. That would be hot.

  • Nikkita Croix

    That's not really how most modern coffins look, or even how coffins open. The morbid reference was completely lost on me. It looked more like a fancy design from a perfume bottle. I think that this would spark a renewal in ornately designed cigarette packages rather than causing anyone to quit smoking.

  • Jessicat

    I don't know if it will really help people want to stop, but it's a neat idea. That in your hand you're holding your coffin so to say. I actually like the design and would carry one around if I smoked. I think Franco nailed it with his comment. Maybe in black with white detail. That would be hot.

  • Nikkita Croix

    That's not really how most modern coffins look, or even how coffins open. The morbid reference was completely lost on me. It looked more like a fancy design from a perfume bottle. I think that this would spark a renewal in ornately designed cigarette packages rather than causing anyone to quit smoking.