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  1. G’day NOPE .....Not One Puff Ever.... (replace Ever with Min,Hour, Day as required)
    8 points
  2. Thank you very much for noticing Lets bowl
    7 points
  3. 5 points
  4. Congratulations on two months quit Ace, you're doing great! Thanks for all the support you offer too Don't forget to celebrate!
    4 points
  5. 3 points
  6. Do yourself a favor Ray, go ahead and quit. I made the mistake of procrastinating before quitting. I called it "planning", but in reality is was me finding excuses to keep feeding my addiction. Looking back, the procrastination period was more of a pain in the ass than the actual quit. The quit was a challenge, but I was making progress everyday. During the procrastination period, I was just spinning my wheels and finding ways to get myself all wound up. I call it the Tom Petty rule: The waiting is the hardest part...
    3 points
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  8. Givin' it to the Nicodemon for 2 Months? That's what I'm talkin' about!
    2 points
  9. Don't let it go to your head, I'm sure it'll never happen again
    2 points
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  11. Never thought I would bump a thread by @bakon but there's a first time for everything lol Smoking causes tooth loss from lack of circulation in your gums
    2 points
  12. Never quit the quit and keep coming back!! Educate yourself! Once you fully understand the addiction, you will have absolutely NO PROBLEM committing to your quit because you will KNOW beyond doubt that smoking does ABSOLUTELY NOTHING for you. NOTHING! Smother yourself in videos and reading material!! CONSTANTLY! It's what helped me! I even got an app to go to sleep to for quitting smoking. I Saturated myself in it KNOWING that one day it will "sink in" as long as kept doing it. Daily actions! that is what counts! Hope you get back on the quit train and NOPE!
    2 points
  13. Hi Jeff! Waddya mean, lost. Sounds like you put it aside. So, just pick it back up...sooner than later to save your lungs. You will be fine! If you are a smoker for 1 month over a period of 2 years...so what! Just get back on that horse ASAP! Keep on a quittin! is what I say! Come back to Freedomland! Just quit again...right quickly! Your happier lungs will rejoice once again.
    2 points
  14. Of course you know where you're headed...to a solid quit. I was a serial quitter over a long period of time, but the desire to quit grew stronger as time went by. I found my "why," a strong "why." When you find a strong enough reason to quit, you will. An effort, even if failed, is not futile, in my opinion. You learned something--your reason to quit wasn't strong enough. Don't give up on yourself. If you didn't want to quit, you wouldn't have attempted it in the first place. Good luck!
    2 points
  15. Sorry to hear this. You can`t change what has happened in the past but you can change the ending yet to come. Think about this for a bit. Most all of us have tried to quit and have failed before it stuck. You know you don`t want to smoke and you will quit someday. just hope it`s sooner than later. best wishes.
    2 points
  16. So that's it? After all that, you're just going to go back to smoking?
    2 points
  17. The wife and I tool a drive had a larger healthy breakfast stake and eggs Pancakes hash browns a Spanish omelet anf then a trip up intp the Mountains, Big Bear, shopped, looked at some tattoos, she realty wants one of the 3D Butterfly's Had a very good thein the low 70s, bright sun shining day, crisp clean air And surprising not crowded at all, Super day
    2 points
  18. Add to the list. Too easy to forget after a while what smoking WAS or COULD cause.... Missing events or conversation to go have one..... Smoking causes smelly breath, like cat shitt smelly, that bad..... Smoking causes Dirty stinky clothes, jackets and people, sticks to them like glue and a small cloud floating around personal space and invading others nostals... Cancer, chemo, gray skin tone.... Smoking causes.....
    1 point
  19. G’day NOPE .....Not One Puff Ever.... (replace Ever with Min,Hour, Day as required)
    1 point
  20. What Boo just posted is so true. At least for myself. once you make the choice to finally say to hell with smoking it`s not as terrible as I imagined. Best wishes for you both and i hope you get aboard.
    1 point
  21. I wish that I never learned what pollen is. The itchy eyes, sneezing, and yellow dust that covers everything is bad enough. Then I remember that the stuff covering my truck is tree sperm and frankly, that's kind of gross.
    1 point
  22. Thats a cool tat... another day- just had a mid morning cookie. for fcks sake one cookie is not going to hurt the diet which is really me just being hungry and not losing any weight.
    1 point
  23. That is awesome @JackiMac. You were trying to quit at the beginning of my quit. You were struggling so much and disappeared. I am thrilled you were able to find your quit. Hope you hang around and have some fun with us. You definitely would be encouragement to others.
    1 point
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  25. I can grow a pair Here you go Lilly. These little guys got me through my quit. Little did I know that during my quit, I did grow a pair of balls. You will find that at the end of your journey, you are much different than when you started. You will become a stronger, confident person that is in control of your life.
    1 point
  26. For some (like me), smoking causes you to feel ashamed of yourself. You know it's a dirty, nasty habit, so you try to hide it from those who "don't know."
    1 point
  27. Smoking causes you to cough-- --in the middle of a theatrical performance --in the middle of a speech --while on the telephone --in church --every time you laugh --all through the night
    1 point
  28. Seeing your grown up daughter cry.....cos she loves you ,and is scared of the horror of what is happening....
    1 point
  29. Leaves teeth vulnerable for tooth decay. Never had a toothache before? Trust me, they aren't fun and you want to rip your tooth out of your mouth to stop the pain.
    1 point
  30. Low hoarse voice with phlegm undertones
    1 point
  31. Have to say it....erectile dysfunction....otherwise known as floppy dangler... :(
    1 point
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