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I was wondering if there is any mention in LoTR of Frodo smoking? I've been on the lookout a little bit and it doesn't seem like there are any references to him with a pipe, though smoking seems standard for Hobbits. If he doesn't smoke, why do you suppose this is the case? Actually, we can probably infer that Samwise at least did enjoy the pipe-weed on occasion from this passage from 'The Ring Goes South': Sam eased the pack on his shoulders, and went over anxiously in his mind all the things that he had stowed in it, wondering if he had forgotten anything: his chief treasure, his cooking gear; and the little box of salt that he always carried and refilled when he could; a good supply of pipe-weed . So, since much of what Sam carried was intended for Frodo, either Sam or Frodo must have smoked. As the maxim goes, "Absence of proof is not proof of absence." Some medieval scholasts maintained that since nothing in the Gospels indicate that Jesus ever laughed or eliminated any bodily wastes, therefore he never did either. Usually, when lacking specific evidence, you tend to assume that "normal practice" is followed. In the case of Hobbits, smoking is "normal", so we may presume that Frodo smokes. Or, in Jesus' case, he laughed on occasion and used the ancient Galilean equivilent of a privy. I don't recall any mention of Sam actually smoking but he did have pipe and tobacco so we can assume he did. At one point he comments "An apple for walking and a pipe for sitting, though I suppose I shall miss both before we're through." (quoted from memory) I always assumed that Frodo smoked with Gandalf in chapter two of The Fellowship, but having read the posts in the link provided by Armemelos, I think I will have to read that chapter again. That's why I labelled it as an assumption or presumption--twice! It goes for things considered more cultural than laughter and elimination, like education and religious practices. It is generally presumed that Jesus generally acted in conformity with the cultural practice of Jews in First Century Galilee. It should also be noted that persons who act in exceptional ways are usualy noted with either respect or disdain. While the writers of the Gospels probably weren't much concerned with physical appearance, if Jesus had been 6'6", I'm sure that someone would have commented on his unusual height. Likewise, in a society where smoking was a general practice considered as part of a convivial evening, someone would likely have pointed this aberation among his other distinguishing characteristics, like his wealth, his bachelorhood, his book-learning, his wandering ways, his contacts with outlanders, his yearning for adventure, his continuing to celebrate Bilbo's birthdays with his own, etc. Many things happen in the movie that do not in the books. I think they need to be considered separate but linked. As this is the books forum, we are going by what is in the books. And I don't recall Frodo smoking, but I always assumed he did as it seemed to be a pass-time Hobbits in general enjoyed. Frodo was, however, always somewhat different from other Hobbits. Bilbo might have been strange to other Hobbits, but he was always very Hobbity. I suspect the best chance of finding any evidence of it would be either in the hobbiton chapters or at crickhollow, with the hobbits referred to as a group doing some smoking. I fear I don't have the energy to look for any occurance tonight. Yet there is something hovering at the back of my head about Frodo deciding to give up smoking , though that may be my mind mixing it up with Pippin or Merry not wanting to smoke because it reminded him of Theoden.

Bilbo certainly smoked, and Frodo grew up with him. Come to think of it the only members of the fellowship not mentioned to smoke are Frodo, Boromir and Legolas.

Given his elvish mindset it's possible he wasn't as fond of smoking as the others were.


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