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Lucky Strike Cigarette Tin
LuckyStrikeCigaretteTin

Origin

Lucky Strike

Type

Cigarette Tin Box

Effects

When someone smokes a cigarette that was placed in the tin, their “luck” increases for a short period of time.

Downsides

If they continue on smoking any cigarette's from the tin, the likelihood of getting cancer increases.

Activation

Smoking a cigarette placed inside the tin.

Collected by

Mr. Stall

Section

Jean Nicot-9U

Aisle

5587-931

Shelf

44871-9354-887

Date of Collection

July.30.2013

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OriginEdit

A tin box, or tin for short, is a metal container with a re-closeable lid. Despite its name, a tin box seldom involves more tin than a thin plated layer whose purpose is to inhibit corrosion.

Modern tin boxes have been used to hold items such as breath mints, throat lozenges, instant coffee, cocoa and even CD-ROMs for an internet service provider. In the past even more products were stored in tins, many highly decorated. Businesses tried to encourage the re-use of tins they provided, with the effect of the tins advertising them. One common use of the tin was as a children's lunchbox and in the UK as biscuit tins.

TodayEdit

Mr. Stall came across the tin at a little stand during a farmer's market who sold some interesting items. The person told him that the original owner seemed to always have a good bit of luck, but it seemed that he had gained cancer at an early age, which everyone did contribute to the cigarette's. Of course Mr. Stall bought the tin, and the Warehouse was able to find out what it really did easily.

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