Cartoonist wife gets husband to stop smoking by making his cigarettes too adorable to burn.

Cartoonist wife gets husband to stop smoking by making his cigarettes too adorable to burn.
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A Chinese cartoonist known simply as Zou aptly commemorated World No-Tobacco Day on Tuesday by gifting her husband, Ran, a box of customized cigarettes. Ironic? Not so much.

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The only instance where you can say "aww those cigarettes look adorable!"

Zou hopes that her minuscule drawings, sketched on these cancer sticks, will lure her man away from the evils of cigarette-smoking.

According to CCTV News, the drawings are paired with text that translates to: “‘Is this kid cute? Do you have the heart to burn him?' ‘Little cubs fear smoke, do you wanna protect them?’” 

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If cute animals can’t prevent Ran from lighting one up, nothing will.

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Now you have smoke this pen ink and its harmful chemicals, too.

Zou said that her hubby is an overworked salesman and his stressful job is assumedly the reason why he chain-smokes. Apparently, she has also made multiple attempts to stop Ran from smoking, but he just can’t seem to kick the habit. However, after receiving the box of ciggs, Ran was at least inspired by the lengths his wife went to in order to help him quit. 

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"I see these pictures and text, I'm really touched. If I don't quit, I'll be letting my wife down," he told China News.

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Well, well, looks like Ran doesn’t want to burn kids after all.

A study from the World Health Organization (WHO) showed that China is the number one country addicted to nicotine, with over 300 million smokers. Moreover, a new Beijing law slated for June 6 will ticket folks from that region who smoke indoors and on public transportation—no word yet on whether it will trickle into other Chinese cities.

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