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  1. Congratulations @notsmokinjo on five years! That is so awesome I'm so glad you quit smoking because I wouldn't know you otherwise. Oh and of course for your health too Have a GREAT day my friend
  2. It could be argued that you made a rule not to put up any Christmas decorations until after Thanksgiving. Therefore lit up or not they were put up and that is clearly a violation of your own rule. Furthermore, as to whether an unlit light is a decoration it would depend on if its seasonal or not right? So......
  3. Are you 100% sure of this? And if so, how did you come to know said fact?
  4. Going to California-Led Zeppelin Who do you miss?
  5. 8. I'll host Thanksgiving dinner Done only once
  6. 6. Crush it and make slushies
  7. that dildo I only have room for
  8. No, they mean to do it Why do nails have heads but no butts?
  9. Sorry @Boo but hanging your lights is a violation of your rule
  10. 10. Make it from scratch Ice
  11. 6. I once said to a client "You haven't had that baby yet?!" To which she replied "Yes, two weeks ago!" Doh!
  12. The giblets bag still inside (true story ) I ate so much that
  13. Cleaned up after himself. And another guy who
  14. 8. French kiss a family member
  15. Hey boo, growing up in Alabama that was a snow day off of school!
  16. The dog still had to poop Who ever said
  17. 3. Make a head sculpture
  18. JimHannoonen Quit Date: Feb. 9 2017 Posted June 9, 2017 You've made a choice to not smoke anymore and that's awesome, but remember this. No matter what you do, no matter how many patches you put on your body, how many pills you take or wads of nicotine gum you shove in your mouth, none of these things are going to be a cigarette and none are going to make you feel ok. You're gong to go through some gnarly sh*t over the next few months and you know what? That's ok. You're going to be walking down a dark and dismal road for a while and you're going to be scared and angry. You're going to feel alone and miserable. This is going to really, really suck for you at some point. Anyone here can tell you that. This may be one of the hardest things you've ever done and you're likely going to question why you're putting yourself through it. But with all that said, you will deal with the cravings. You'll take those deep, cleansing breaths and get past them, just like so many others here have. You'll have some of the worst days you've ever had. But you'll work through them. You're going to find that you're a lot stronger than you thought you were. That you're capable of dealing with a lot more than you thought possible You'll post insane rants that seem like they don't make any sense to anyone, but they will. They'll make sense to everyone here that reads them, because we've all been there. Then you'll have a good day. And then another. Before you know it, most of your days are good and you find you're not thinking about smoking 24/7. You take a deep breath and notice just how much deeper it is compared to before. Sure, every once in a while, you may have a bad day, but just like when you started this journey, you'll take your deep, cleansing breaths and work your way through it and you'll smile when you think about all the friends you've made on this forum and the relationships you know are going to be with you for a long, long time. You'll do all these things because that day you decided you weren't going to smoke anymore, you make a promise to yourself and you must keep that promise no matter what. Link to original post:https://www.quittrain.com/topic/8658-my-little-trick/
  19. Wow @Mac#23, how do you get to work when your car is buried like that?!
  20. 10. Pad your bra Pasta

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