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About jillar

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    May 29, 2016

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  1. jillar


    My life, I didn't talk to hardly anyone about my quit offline either. In fact I didn't tell anyone except for my husband and a couple close friends that I had quit until about week 6. After about six months my husband said shouldn't you be over it by now! Him being a never smoker he has no idea that most of us will never "be over it" and that one slip can send us back to a pack a day. That's why the support of fellow quitters on the forum is/was so important to me. We know what you're going through and are here to lend an ear and any support we can offer
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    Game *The answer is a question*

    Why do people say IRL like being online isn't real life?
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    Kids Anti Smoking Cartoon 1967

    I was three years old when that came out so it's hard for me to blame big tobacco for my getting hooked on cigarettes. I have no one to blame but myself. Great find jo, thanks
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    Day 1 Again

    Good morning Nik, the insomnia and constant thoughts of cigarettes are both totally normal right now. For me the sleeping got back to normal sooner than the thoughts but we're all different. Keeping your mind busy with other things helps for the thoughts. It won't be long before you wake up in the best mood you've been in in years and a cigarette won't be the first thing you think of
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    What are you doing right now

    Our airships only last a weekend. They fly in Thursday and Friday and the show is Saturday and Sunday.
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    7:30 pm quit

    Welcome kdad and congrats on deciding to quit. You'll find a ton of support here so make yourself comfy and lean on us as much as you need
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    Now that I don't smoke

    For some reason Jim, I really can't see you doing the self loathing thing lol
  8. jillar

    New quitter

    Hi TobacNo, welcome to the train and congratulations on taking back your life I smoked since high school too and continued for the next 35 years so if I can quit so can you Joining a forum imo is why I was able to succeed and I hope you find the same to be true because no one knows what we go through when quitting better than a group of fellow ex smokers right?!
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    What are you doing right now

    Lmao @reciprocity, our paper hyped them up like they were comparable to the Blue Angels or air force Thunderbirds. https://santamariatimes.com/news/local/snowbirds-demonstration-team-to-soar-over-santa-maria-during-central/article_b8324be8-dab4-5c2d-abed-fcb0d3f3662b.html#tracking-source=home-top-story-1
  10. Obviously you were not the Canadian equivalent of a boy scout @reciprocity because if you were one you would have learned there are many ways to start a fire without a lighter or match. Or you could just watch an episode of Naked and Afraid How do they get a deer to cross at the yellow road sign?
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    What are you doing right now

    @notsmokinjo, The Snowbirds Demonstration Team (431 Squadron) is a Canadian icon comprised of serving members of the Canadian Forces. According to our newspaper they only choose one place a year in California to perform and they picked us.
  12. They ask that because asking if the carpet matches the drapes would lead to lawsuits Why are there interstate highways in Hawaii?
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    What are you doing right now

    And in other news, I was craving a Klondikes pepperoni and pineapple pizza with white sauce so imagine my surprise when I called to place my order and found out that today they were having a special. They rolled back their prices to 1988! Got a small for $6.00, woohoo!!!!
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    What are you doing right now

    @reciprocity thinking of you because I just read today that our city will be hosting the Canadian Snowbirds next month. I'm looking forward to their show
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    You're already paying it forward My life, each time you update your thread

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