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Don't know if smoking suppresses hunger, or acts in other ways, but there are many cases I have heard of (anecdotal evidence, but consistent enough that it cannot be casually dismissed) that people who have ceased smoking put on weight. It may have nothing to do with hunger, and more to do with changes in metabolism, or it may indeed just be, as suggested by Paul, a hunger suppressant - I don't know.
Cigarettes do not suppress hunger. Last time someone told me that I ate a whole packet and they just gave me the trots.