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Wednesday 9th January 2019

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G’day

Not One Puff Ever..... ( replace “Ever” with 10 mins, 1 hr, 1 day as required!)

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Posted (edited)

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Too cool to smoke 

 

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NOPE!!!!!!!!!!!!

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NOPE! 

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NOPE!

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N O P E

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NOPE 

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Toughed it through a rocky -- whatever today is. I think  my today is your tomorrow. Won't smoke tomorrow,, either.

Strong craving. Oat chocolate cookie didn't dent the craving. Taking last resort action--going to sleep.

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4 hours ago, Kate18 said:

Taking last resort action--going to sleep.

Do whatever it takes Kate, your quit is too precious to throw away. You can do this.

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Greetings NOPErs... todays, 9th September see's us take the special event from the American Calendar of Special Days and is a bit of a shout out to @bakon ... and any others on here who are, are married to or the family of that special breed of individuals, no not village idiots, law enforcement. 9 January 2019 is Law Enforcement Appreciation day... a time to pause and say thank you to those special (some more than others 😜 ) who choose one of the hardest careers around, for pretty shitty pay that is a benefit to society and basically put their lives on the line to keep us and ours safe. So how the hell do ya thank a cop? Send a thank you card to your local station, wear blue clothing today to show your support, tell a positive experience story on social media to spreed the good word about cops... because lets face it the media only cares about the negative stories not the good news stories... or even better yet, to foster support and appreciation of the cops from the next generation get your tin lids to write them a letter or draw a picture to say thanks... so I am going for option 3... a good news story... nearly a decade ago I took the kid to some fireworks on the local footy oval which is sort of in a dark dead end of town and you have to walk through a park with no lights to get there... they had temporary lights in the park... I parked at the supermarket, popped her in the pusher (stroller) and headed to the fireworks, with her most favourite teddy in the world "Grandad Michael"... so off we go to the fireworks..... they were fireworks, she didn't cry.... we walked back to the car (now she was a month or two past 2, so little)....the super long way because I was kind of praying she would fall asleep.... get to the car, load the kid, load the pram, the kid starts screamin like a banshee... Grandad Michael is gone... pull the pram out the boot, search the thing... FRUCK it really is gone (think security blanket... our world was coming to an end)... anyway... load her back in the pram head back to the park following the rediculously long alternate route I took so we can backtrack.., the temporary lights are now off... it is pitch black... she is hysterical... 2 coppers are walking towards us as we head back to the park (I may be kind of jogging, because this is a major issue) ... so the kid who already likes cops cos she is going to grow up and be a peaceman-lady-dog... spots the cops and starts scream "Help... Help...Help Me Peace-mans"... so the cops stop one bends down to chat with her (P1) one trys to talk to me (P2)... next second...

 

P1: Um, Ms does your father have a mobile phone?

Me: No (thinking what has that got to do with the price of tea in china)

P1: Does he have Alzheimers?

Me: Who?

P1: Your father, Grandad Michael, he's lost isn't he?

Me: Huh?... Oh sorry, no Grandad Michael is a teddy bear.

P1 & P2: What?

Me: She calls the teddy bear Grandad Michael... its the teddy bear....

P2: Well that's really important.....lets help you see if we can find him....what's your daughter's name...

The Kid: Mine Bib-bee...

P2: (opening his little book and pulling a pen) What does Grandad Michael look like....

The Kid: Hims boo. Lots of boo like peacemans... and him is dis big (holds her hands wide apart, which is a bit of a fisherman's exaggeration)

 

So we walk all the way back to the park, they use their torches to help us navigate and search the area and there's the frickin teddy bear up a frickin tree... and P1 gets him down, growls at him for running away and gives him back to the very relieved teddy and escort us back to the part of the street with lights.

 

So regardless of the few bad eggs, Cops are good... and every day they face hard decisions that I'm not prepared to make to ensure my welfare and safety... so to all the Law Enforcement Ladies and Gents (and horses and dogs)..... thank you for your service....

 

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NOPE... I don't need assistance, I've got this!

 

Oh and happy 365th NOPE day to @Sslipidy Doo Dah

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Nope, indeed. Thought I'd pop my head round the corner, today of all days! 

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NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE

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