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    Phrase Connect Game

    Have you gone bananas?
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    English... its all the same language... or is it.

    16. South it's taters, here in Cali we just call them potatoes
  3. Yes Kate, surrender that nasty weasel! May I also suggest that for the first few months you allow yourself to eat what ever you're craving? This addiction is hard enough to fight without throwing in a complete diet change. We especially crave sweets when we quit, and they help with the dizziness and spacey feeling you may notice. So I really recommend getting yourself at the very leat some fruit and/orfruit juice to help with those. Sucking on candies is also a great distraction from smoking as I never ate anything and smoked at the same time. I lived on those soft peppermint puffs. You're doing great and you should be really proud of yourself
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    True or False

    True this year, ham at my California mom's house TNP has wallpaper in their house
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    Phrase Connect Game

    Come sail away
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    Phrase Connect Game

    The wind beneath my wings
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    This or That game

    Margarine Fun Fact: my sister used to eat butter just by itself, yuck! Steak or hanburger
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    Phrase Connect Game

    Sail like the wind
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    English... its all the same language... or is it.

    7. French fries
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    English... its all the same language... or is it.

    4. Panties and the other 3 are just as boo said. Here's one, can you guess what we call it? lol
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    Hi Guys

    Congratulations on one year quit Latoya, that's awesome!
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    This or That game

    I never could date a guy who wore tighty whities, it made me feel like I was dating a little boy! 🤯 I would only wear odd socks if I ran out of clean pairs. Curtains or blinds for windows?
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    Made it through 12 hours

    Hi Kate, congrats on a day quit already, that's great Love the clues @Andi has given. I'm a huge supporter of the air cigarette as it helped me immensely my first few months quit. The bandaid trick is a great idea too and one I hadn't heard before but if it works as good as the air cig does I will definitely be passing that clue along to others
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    Rhyming Words Game

    Crochet Wagon
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    The Last 3 Letters Game

    Energizer rabbit sighted
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    Phrase Connect Game

    Dog days of summer
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    Rhyming Words Game

    Couch Ready
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    Phrase Connect Game

    Giving the dog a bone
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    Phrase Connect Game

    Skinny Minny
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    This or That game

    Cotton these days lol Sleeping- jammies or nightgown
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    This or That game

    Prefer games but more and more it's becoming tv Sheets-flannel or cotton
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    Phrase Connect Game

    Skinny as a board
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    Coming Out of the Closet

    Welcome aboard the train lilac, and congrats on taking back your life!
  24. In Australian speak, well done ya bloody ripper! I am so proud of you and happy to be the one to welcome you to the lido deck! You have shown us all your strength and commitment to your quit in spite of all the struggles you faced this year. You supported us all and gave us huge amounts of entertainment along the way. Thank you my dear friend for being you and congratulations on becoming an old pharte 😘 xoxo Now let's get this party started, got the dj playing And the hamburgers cooking on the barbi Enjoy my friend. Oh and we need a pic of your one year t shirt!

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