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  1. G’day NOPE ...... rhymes with HOPE..... a simple thing, but I find it comfortable!
    9 points
  2. NOPE! I don't smoke anymore.
    7 points
  3. Congratulations my friend and fellow butt kicker on four years quit! And thank you for sticking around to support those coming in behind you
    6 points
  4. 6 points
  5. Congratulations on 4 years nicotine and smoke free, Lust4Life! All the health benefits are piling up! Thanks for hanging around to support us newbies!
    6 points
  6. 5 points
  7. Congrats, L4L! Four years quit is fabulous....I am catching up to you! Celebrate and KTQ!
    5 points
  8. Huge Congratulations ....4 Years already .... Your on going support here is so needed .....Reward yourself well today .... I'll drink to that ....
    5 points
  9. This is a huge accomplishment and should be justly rewarded.
    5 points
  10. Didn't when I was 42, didn't when I was 43...and NOPE when I'm 44. Will I smoke today....NOPE Will I smoke ever again...
    4 points
  11. 4 years already L4L!! Congratulations!! I hope you take some time to today to think about how awesome this achievement really is! We're all really happy for you! And, of course, remember your reward
    4 points
  12. 4 points
  13. Congrats on reaching 8 years quit Bakon! It's such a special occasion I felt I had to get you a gift. Enjoy!!!
    4 points
  14. Thanks again everyone. Miss you all. Not much, but a little and it counts
    3 points
  15. Do you think I could mow that thought over before I watch it?
    3 points
  16. 3 points
  17. Great stuff. Ashamed to be a musician and admitting I had forgotten this until you posted. RIP. What a great funk bass line and playing it with a pick on a hollow body electric bass.
    3 points
  18. NOPE! Not going back to that prison (or poison)!!
    2 points
  19. Sorry I'm late!! Hope you had a great anniversary! You've led the way for all. Thanks!
    2 points
  20. 5- count the dimples if you're bored
    2 points
  21. Thank you, Jillar!! I am seeing my Mom this Tuesday as we celebrate her 87th birthday at the nursing home/rehab center. She will be impressed with her awesome stats! As per the new NYS Covid-19 rules: We have to show a negative covid test result from W/I last 7 days to visit with her for 1/2 hour. They only allow 2 visitors at a time. There are 5 of us siblings. You do the math! Right after we visit with her, we have to book an appt to visit her next week (only 1 visit per week) then get another covid test and hope there isn't a delay in getting the results back as righ
    2 points
  22. Thanks guys for finding some US friendly clips, means heaps to me...anywho really hope these ones work....
    2 points
  23. @Rozuki found this and thought it was something you could show your mom the next time you visit her, her awesome stats
    2 points
  24. Obviously Eve's annihilated
    2 points
  25. Hi Shezi, welcome to the Quit Train and congratulations on your decision to quit smoking! Like you, I used nicotine patches to help me quit. They were a godsend and made quitting so much easier (I had one other quit that was cold turkey). Personally, I don't think I would continue with nicotine (mints) after finishing the patches. I was very nervous at each step down in the patches. I had a little brain fog when I stepped down from 21 mg to 14 mg. I didn't notice any physical withdrawal symptoms when I stepped down from 14 mg to 7 mg and same thing when I went from 7 mg to no nicotine.
    2 points
  26. Unfortunately, most of Merritt's videos are blocked here in America. I'm sure I've mentioned it before but I hate the practice of Sony and UMG blocking music videos...now is not the time for that rant. Here is one video I found that those of us in the States can access...
    2 points
  27. Congrats, Bakon! 8 is great...as they say!! Carry on and KTQ!
    2 points
  28. A good reminder that anybody can quit. ANYBODY! Bakon is an idiot and even he figured it out. Good job dumbass.
    2 points
  29. Hello everyone , Thanks for the thread jillar !!!! I was going to post a thread about this , but there it was already ... Yes , i am still smoke free and it feels good . Cigarettes are out of my life and i don't even like the smell of it these days when anyone smokes near me . Going through a tough time here because of the Covid 19 issues . Other than that everything is good .
    2 points
  30. I came across this song yesterday while looking for something else...love it so much
    1 point
  31. Fun fact....paul Robeson was t h e first profes dfionak singer to preform at the Sydney Opera House when he gave an improptu performance to the consy r into o n workers building it.
    1 point
  32. Howdy! Thank you all for the well wishes! Can you believe the day almost got by me!?! That’s how awesome it gets the longer you live your life as a non-smoker. I vividly remember the angst I felt early in my quit. I lived minute to minute, hour to hour, day to day and so on - waiting for my thoughts to focus on something other than not smoking. I was glued to my nonsmoking app and quit smoking board/forum. A few of you are still here and YOU LED ME TO FREEDOM! You pulled me out of the strongest clutches of the Crave and helped heal the heartbreak as I slowly stopped romancing the ciga
    1 point
  33. Shall I paint you a picture of you mowing that over?
    1 point
  34. Downers were prescribed
    1 point
  35. There's a lot of people both ex smokers and never smokers who hate when I suggest this clue but I tell you what, it really did work for me and a lot of others. And I got the clue from another member of the forum I was on. I really missed the hand to mouth thing too and this did a great job until I was strong enough to let it go as well. And fyi, my husband is a never smoker too and he also asked me all the time that shouldn't I be "over it" already. And this was only after a couple months quit. My point being that people who have never smoked can never really understand what we go throug
    1 point
  36. Sunshine just saw this, I remember when you first posted -- hard to believe that a year has passed already. Congrats on this major point on your journey with its up and downs and it is so worth it. Take the time to celebrate!!!!!
    1 point
  37. I have been reading a lot of useful things on this site. It is the worst addiction there is. Thank you for welcoming me back.
    1 point
  38. I've been quit for 17 1/2 years, and by a conservative estimate I have not spent $48,106.50 on cigarettes that I otherwise would have spent during that time. That's assuming, of course, that I would have survived the widowmaker heart attack and cardiac arrest I experienced (at age 40) seven years AFTER I quit, which every physician I've encountered tells me would not have happened had I still been a smoker. Christian99 17 1/2 Years Quit
    1 point
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