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Drug info - king size vs. 100's?

Discussion in 'Tobacco' started by Metternich, Oct 23, 2006.

  1. Metternich

    Metternich Newbie

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    Jul 26, 2006
    What is the difference in size between King Size and 100 type cigarettes? Which one is more typical?

    This sounds odd, but I ask this because I am buying a cigarette case for a friend, and it is advertized as holding 18 king size cigarettes and I was wondering if it is something that would be practical for every day use.

    And neither I or Swim really smoke, so we are clueless..
  2. pickledsheep

    pickledsheep Silver Member

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    Feb 7, 2006
    from Canada
    In Canada most cigarettes are come in regular or king sizes, to my knowledge having only Benson and Hedges 100s as the exception (and those More 120s). And a pack typically contains 20 or 25, so holding 18 seems strange.