but fuck what if they take away my tobacco too? I can bring up to 250 grams of it, I’m bringing 160g, however their customs page says that:
"Passengers arriving from an EU country have to make sure that each unit packet of tobacco products has, in Finnish and in Swedish, a warning on the health hazards caused by tobacco, as well as the tar, nicotine and carbon monoxide yields and the information to ensure product identification and traceability printed on the packet”
like do they expect that every country has stuff written in Finnish and Swedish on things? Lithuania doesn’t for fucking sure. And plus tar, carbon monoxide and nicotine yields are NEVER written on bags of tobacco what the hell.
Is this a sign I should quit smoking? Because I heard tobacco prices are super high in Finland and if I can’t take my own I’d get poor instantly if I decided to buy smokes there.