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  1. I throw on my 58,043 Cancer cigs I haven't smoked .... In Honour of my Dear Friend and all the good Folks who have lost their lives to this horrible addiction.... Burn !!!!!
    12 points
  2. Here are my 36,542. Good riddance.
    12 points
  3. I'll throw on my 5,647
    12 points
  4. I'll toss on a cool 32,760. It's so rare that I think about smoking anymore that that number completely blows my mind.
    11 points
  5. I'll gladly chuck 60,950 coffin nails on the pyre.
    11 points
  6. Here's my 28,135 for all who have suffered from the effects of smoking.....
    11 points
  7. G’day NOPE .....Not One Puff Ever.... (replace Ever with Min,Hour, Day as required)
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  9. G’day I’m Chris.... CBDave and I front up most mornings and start the pledge. Living in Brisbane Australia I’m pretty close to the international date line where the new day begins. So I get to start it. And why you might ask. Why is the NOPE pledge so important to me. Go back the early 2016. I’m a just a non smoker. Just been diagnosed with cancer. Off to a wedding with lots of old smoking friends.... a disaster about to happen. I thought the NOPE pledge up to then was to put it bluntly a bit daggy. But as I thought about it.... it was what I needed to do. Admit I was an addict and life moving forward was definitly Not One Puff Ever. Up to this point I was living day by day. Moving toward a quit. But this was it. Time to draw the line in the sand. Step over it and not look back. I’m a non smoker. I know now I can never take another puff.... ever... never. Trust me. Lifes not perfect. I’ve had my share of health problems but I’m living smoke free. It does make the difference. Sorry to admit this but I do take much from the train. I get to hear you folks struggles. I don’t want to forget. It builds the hate in me. Never want to forget.... so thanks. Chris
    11 points
  10. G’day NOPE .....Not One Puff Ever.... (replace Ever with Min,Hour, Day as required)
    11 points
  11. NOPE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    11 points
  12. First a sausage picture for Doreen: In the first year of my quit (seems like yesterday) I wrote this: The Great Escape We were in prison. We weren’t sure of it, but we were on death row. We had seen others killed. The rules requiring a swift and humane execution were not guaranteed. In fact, the torture of slow poison was in motion. What bugged us most was not the prison or even the death sentence, but that the punishment seemed way out of proportion to our crime. It was unfair. There had been rumors of escape, but even so, our cells were solid brick. They happened somewhere else. We had run at the walls before to no avail. If we escaped, surely we would be recaptured and our imprisonment would be made even more severe. We were comfortable in our cells. It was our choice. We heard a whisper. It was so soft we could barely hear it. “If you say NOPE and laugh in Spanish like this, jajajajaja, you can walk right through the wall to freedom for ever.” That’s crazy, feel how thick and hard these walls are – there is no way we could walk through them. We’re not strong enough. What’s on the other side anyway? Tomorrow, maybe. Finally we tried it, and it worked! We ESCAPED! The wall wasn’t solid, it was made of smoke. We passed right through it. We were free. Now we help others when they escape and are blinded by sunshine and overwhelmed by fresh air. And we whisper to those still in prison, “If you say NOPE and laugh in Spanish like this, jajajajaja, you can walk right through the wall to freedom for ever.”
    10 points
  13. G’day NOPE .....Not One Puff Ever.... (replace Ever with Min,Hour, Day as required)
    10 points
  14. 32,405!!!!! Burn, baby, burn!!!
    10 points
  15. I only have 698 to add.
    10 points
  16. No throwing on fires right now, we have enough fires out here in the west. But I will use the number of not smoking 29,720 as inspiration to continue.
    10 points
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  18. I was having a real down time with bipolar depression and so close to buying cigarettes for comfort, just looking for any comfort. You all helped me through it. I went online and searched for a forum for bipolar. I found a really good one. Such a relief. I have lost all of my friends, and even family has turned against me because of the yo-yo moods--they never know who I will be today. They fault me for "thinking negative," and tell me to "just think positive thoughts." The success I've found with this forum (and Doreen) encouraged me to keep looking for a group of like-minded people with whom to connect. This Quittrain support group has not only helped me quit smoking and stay quit, but think about other areas of my life where an online group might be helpful. Ripples across the water. Thank you all
    10 points
  19. I quit,, yeah about 2 weeks I think, ok so I have this woods in the back yard a bit of a hill coming out of the woods,, noticed a while back I was winded and dizzy coming out the woods. Now at 2 weeks I can make it up the hill easily and not dying of breath !! I hated and loved smoking,, just can't anymore,, I knew it was time,, almost $10 a pack now,, funny how they over tax,, liquor, cigs and gasoline. Been a smoker for too long,, don't want to actually know how long, it is just disgusting. Yeah I think about having one,, less and less,, been looking in the fridge more, damn I hate that. Been trying to drink more water, kinda helps. Been walking,, that feels much better now. Looked online,, found this site,, wow read some stories here, of health issues,, I don't have any thankfully (I mean yet) who knows what it has done to me. Will my brain work better with more oxygen now? I get these thoughts now about benefits hahhaaha. I have to make this work,, thankfully there isn't anyone around me who smokes, otherwise I know I'd be asking for one. The store is close though,, the shiny boxes sitting on the shelves shimmering with the colorful packs. I keep saying if I was smoking a pack a day,, that would be $100 in 10 days, $200 in 20, so the extra cash I'll buy something with it instead ! I need to start dating, I don't stink anymore hahaha.
    10 points
  20. G’day NOPE .....Not One Puff Ever.... (replace Ever with Min,Hour, Day as required)
    10 points
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  22. I save over $5K per year. I don't really designate where most of that savings goes except for one thing. A year after I quit I started giving $1000 annually to my favorite charity. Feels good knowing that money that used to go my own destruction is now being put to good use.
    10 points
  23. Still here and plan to be as long as allowed. No craves anymore and seldom think about it but watchful and realize I am an ex-addict and it has to be NOPE forever.
    10 points
  24. @Cbdave, hope all good. Nope!
    10 points
  25. G’day NOPE .....Not One Puff Ever.... (replace Ever with Min,Hour, Day as required)
    10 points
  26. 10 points
  27. G’day NOPE .....Not One Puff Ever.... (replace Ever with Min,Hour, Day as required)
    9 points
  28. G’day 5 year 10 months I get 42,550 cigs unburnt. A google search tells me Ever cig is 1.2 gm of CO2. By not smoking those buggers I’ve saved the planet 51 ton of carbon emissions...... sorry Im leaving mine unlit wait a secound .... that’s near $50 grands worth! Not smoked were did that go! hope I didn’t drink it
    9 points
  29. I throw on my 25,317 ………. Woohoo burn ya buggers!!!
    9 points
  30. NOPE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  32. G’day NOPE .....Not One Puff Ever.... (replace Ever with Min,Hour, Day as required)
    9 points
  33. G’day NOPE .....Not One Puff Ever.... (replace Ever with Min,Hour, Day as required)
    9 points
  34. I'm here shaky sometimes but still here
    9 points
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