I guess it would depend on how much you built up the idea of smoking to the point of smoking.
Some people don't plan it, they get in a situation that grows more and more condusive to smoking as they melt their inhibitions and thought process away with alcohol. No they didn't plan it.
Does it matter whether you talked yourself into smoking or whether you drank too much and allowed yourself to smoke?
I think what really matters is whether it makes you want to be a smoker again and/or if you use it as an excuse to go back to smoking. What do you gain by quitting? Have you begun to understand the good part yet?
Perhaps the first person who built it up and built it up in their head will have a big "let down" after they smoke and not go back. Or, maybe they just decide they can't deal with life without smoking. 50/50
What matters is that what you want is that which your mind will wrestle with unconsciously until it gets its way. It's our nature.
So, be careful what you "wish for" and don't let the "smoking self talk" get started