I'm a smoker too (Though I don't view it as a negative thing, like it's definitely not something I'm ashamed of). I use cuss words liberally (but not like a sailor) in general conversation with my friends and don't have a problem with it. Some of you that talk to me offline know that, lol.
I'm really flirty and I do it constantly with every pretty person I see. I have friends that are not christian (any have had many relationships with non-christians) and I don't look at them any differently than my Christian brethren. Like there is no concept of (Negative brownie points because they aren't believers, I think differently when it comes to the term "unequally yolked" than most of you do. It still has meaning to me, but not the same way most people like to use it).
I'm generous to a fault, but when I treat someone well and they want to treat me like dirt continuously over and over and think they can use me as a doormat.....I confront them about it. If they do not at least acknowledge they are being disrespectful and make no effort to reason with me or make amends, I shun them. I strive to be compassionate to every one but I do reserve a measure of self-respect to myself.
I personally don't think any of these are negative, I have no desire to change it at all. I only bring these things up because they are generally considered to be "bad behaviors" in the general Christian atmosphere. I don't use cuss words on CC because it's not an appropriate place to do so and I know people will get offended for example, but I have no problems being honest about the way I really am offline when I'm hanging out with people I'm close to.
I could go into a big tirade of things I've done in the past that were wrong, but these are things I have long repented of and been forgiven for.....and if I were to list all my sins, it would be too long to post. I'd have to make a seperate thread and it would be like 10 pages long. lol. I think we all have pretty big lists when it comes to things like that, if your counting everything you have ever done chronologically.