“The most splendid and luxury hookah was prepared for me. I tried it, but did not like it. After several trials I still found it disagreeable, with all seriousness I asked whether it was indispensably necessary that I should become a smoker, which was answered with equal seriousness, “Undoubtedly, it is, if you want to be respected, and do not want to fall out of fashion. Here everybody uses a hookah, and it is impossible to get on without it”. I have frequently heard men declare they would rather be deprived of their dinner than their hookah.”
Memoirs of William Hickey. — Volume II. — London: Hurst & Blackett, 1918. — P. 136.
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