So my dad has been trying to quit smoking cigarettes forever. And with the recent passing of my great grandfather from throat cancer, me and my step mom want him too quit. He agreed on the day of wallys(great grandfather) memorial, he would quit. And I was proud when the day before he had 4 left and he just checked them out his car window. He really wants to quit. Fast forward too this past Wednesday, it's been 2 weeks since I've seen him, he picks me up and we start heading to his house in CT. Pulls out a cigarette. lights up. I said "I thought you were quitting" "yeaaa well I am but I smoke them when I'm out of the house and my wife isn't around" My dad has never hidden anything. And I thought too myself, what about your own son? Won't smoke in front of the wife but it's fine if it's your son, who wants the same thing. Another convo. "you know, you're not quitting, you're just hiding it. "you're 100 % right, I kinda feel like **** now" And too that I broke out into a lil 80s rock song and it cheered him up. That day he bought a pack of cigarettes and hid it in his car. I got rid of them. I feel what he was and is doing is really wrong. Am I right? Please keep the waffles and bacon too yourself. This is serious.