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  1. Day 3 of not smoking... Yay... Grrrr... I wanna real smoke so bad!!! Even the chewing sounds appealing to me at the moment, ha ha ha...


  2. Quote Originally Posted by Magdalena View Post
    Day 3 of not smoking... Yay... Grrrr... I wanna real smoke so bad!!! Even the chewing sounds appealing to me at the moment, ha ha ha...
    No one likes girls who spit.
    Everything I say is fictional and for entertainment purposes only. Do not ask me for sources. I dont have any.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by stankyleg View Post
    No one likes girls who spit.
    That's not what I was told, ha ha ha..... Jk..

  4. How's everyone holding up?
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  5. I think I'm hooked on vapur , " cherry bomb", yum, lolz...
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  6. Just wanted to say good luck. I used to smoke. Had my first when I was about 8 and became a regular smoker by the time I was 14 or so. I have been a year smoke free. I used the patch and it really worked well for me. Best decision of my life. Also if you do pick back up keep trying I didn't quit on my first attempt more like 3rd 4th or 5th. Never give up.

  7. After 15yrs of smoking, on December 22nd I put them away for good. I'd like to say I just woke up that morning and said I'm done but it took a trip to the Emergency Room with near cardiac arrest and missing Christmas with my kids entirely due to sitting in a hospital room unable to keep high enough levels of oxygen in my blood with out support and constant supervision. I am 34yrs old and have 3 kids that I got to watch open their presents via cell phone video and it hurt like hell. Over the past couple years, I was told several times by my doctor that she would prescribe any drug I wanted to help me quit but until I truly wanted to quit it would never work. Here I sit two weeks with out even the desire and I'm going cold turkey. I'm not some huge anti-smoking person now however I can relay my doctor's message to everyone I know, a person will never be able to kick this habit until they truly want to. I wish all who try good luck and will support their efforts 100%

  8. Quote Originally Posted by Phantom Z View Post
    After 15yrs of smoking, on December 22nd I put them away for good. I'd like to say I just woke up that morning and said I'm done but it took a trip to the Emergency Room with near cardiac arrest and missing Christmas with my kids entirely due to sitting in a hospital room unable to keep high enough levels of oxygen in my blood with out support and constant supervision. I am 34yrs old and have 3 kids that I got to watch open their presents via cell phone video and it hurt like hell. Over the past couple years, I was told several times by my doctor that she would prescribe any drug I wanted to help me quit but until I truly wanted to quit it would never work. Here I sit two weeks with out even the desire and I'm going cold turkey. I'm not some huge anti-smoking person now however I can relay my doctor's message to everyone I know, a person will never be able to kick this habit until they truly want to. I wish all who try good luck and will support their efforts 100%
    Glad to hear you've kicked the habit. Stay strong brother.
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  9. Quote Originally Posted by Phantom Z View Post
    After 15yrs of smoking, on December 22nd I put them away for good. I'd like to say I just woke up that morning and said I'm done but it took a trip to the Emergency Room with near cardiac arrest and missing Christmas with my kids entirely due to sitting in a hospital room unable to keep high enough levels of oxygen in my blood with out support and constant supervision. I am 34yrs old and have 3 kids that I got to watch open their presents via cell phone video and it hurt like hell. Over the past couple years, I was told several times by my doctor that she would prescribe any drug I wanted to help me quit but until I truly wanted to quit it would never work. Here I sit two weeks with out even the desire and I'm going cold turkey. I'm not some huge anti-smoking person now however I can relay my doctor's message to everyone I know, a person will never be able to kick this habit until they truly want to. I wish all who try good luck and will support their efforts 100%
    Great to hear. I agree 100% you have to want to quit.

  10. Everyone doing good?
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by stankyleg View Post
    Everyone doing good?
    Ashamed to admit I had a puff...
    Tasted like crap, dunno why I did it..Grrr ...

  12. Quote Originally Posted by Magdalena View Post
    Ashamed to admit I had a puff... Tasted like crap, dunno why I did it..Grrr ...
    Get back on the wagon girl. You can do this.
    Everything I say is fictional and for entertainment purposes only. Do not ask me for sources. I dont have any.

  13. Quote Originally Posted by Magdalena View Post
    Ashamed to admit I had a puff...
    Tasted like crap, dunno why I did it..Grrr ...
    I think thats a good thing....you gave in a little to your temptation only to realize it was not as good as what your mind was telling you.


    I'm still riding shotgun on the wagon no real desires at almost 3 wks, couple things that are weighing on my mind though 1) I've started having dreams about smoking which is BS that my brain is doing that to me when I'm sleeping 2) I was supposed to hangout with a girl I've been trying to set things up with for a long time and we were supposed to chill at a bar which I haven't been to or even drank since I quit. After thinking things over I broke things off for tonight and maybe we'll try again next week. Just hope she doesn't lose interest cause this is the third time, first time because of the smoking thing.

  14. Quote Originally Posted by Phantom Z View Post
    I think thats a good thing....you gave in a little to your temptation only to realize it was not as good as what your mind was telling you.


    I'm still riding shotgun on the wagon no real desires at almost 3 wks, couple things that are weighing on my mind though 1) I've started having dreams about smoking which is BS that my brain is doing that to me when I'm sleeping 2) I was supposed to hangout with a girl I've been trying to set things up with for a long time and we were supposed to chill at a bar which I haven't been to or even drank since I quit. After thinking things over I broke things off for tonight and maybe we'll try again next week. Just hope she doesn't lose interest cause this is the third time, first time because of the smoking thing.
    I've been quit for 3 years and I still dream about it occasionally. Last time I dreamed I smoked half a cigarette before I realised what I was doing and put it out. I have absolutely no intention of ever smoking again, in fact it's my intention to never touch tobacco again as long as I live. I know I'm an addict and if I smoke 1 cigarette I'll be hooked again. It's important, my dad is 69 and he has stage 4 cancer but he's still struggling with quitting. Had he quit 20 years ago it would be a different story today.
  15. smoker145
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    Planning for my quit soon. It is time for many reasons. I'm not ashamed to say I really enjoy it. But it's time.

    Background Smoked since 13.. Age 20
    Quit 2x for a week.

    Basically I'm gonna decrease the anount I smoke for 2 weeks and then go for it. I need something to replace that time driving and such. I've tried toothpicks and gum. Any other suggestions?

  16. Quote Originally Posted by smoker145 View Post
    Planning for my quit soon. It is time for many reasons. I'm not ashamed to say I really enjoy it. But it's time. Background Smoked since 13.. Age 20 Quit 2x for a week. Basically I'm gonna decrease the anount I smoke for 2 weeks and then go for it. I need something to replace that time driving and such. I've tried toothpicks and gum. Any other suggestions?
    Maybe an electronic cig if you can only use it when you're about to cave. Maybe a picture of some smokers lungs taped to your dash. You just have to remember which one is stronger.
    Everything I say is fictional and for entertainment purposes only. Do not ask me for sources. I dont have any.

  17. Quote Originally Posted by smoker145 View Post
    Planning for my quit soon. It is time for many reasons. I'm not ashamed to say I really enjoy it. But it's time.

    Background Smoked since 13.. Age 20
    Quit 2x for a week.

    Basically I'm gonna decrease the anount I smoke for 2 weeks and then go for it. I need something to replace that time driving and such. I've tried toothpicks and gum. Any other suggestions?
    One of my quits before I did sunflower seeds that worked pretty well
  18. smoker145
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phantom Z View Post
    One of my quits before I did sunflower seeds that worked pretty well
    Nice, I like that one.
  19. smoker145
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    Quote Originally Posted by stankyleg View Post
    Maybe an electronic cig if you can only use it when you're about to cave. Maybe a picture of some smokers lungs taped to your dash. You just have to remember which one is stronger.
    Thanks for the suggestion. I've used the e cig before. It wasn't bad. It's just that it didn't really help breaking that smoking feeling if you know what I mean. That's probably my biggest struggle. It was real easy to just go back to cigs after the e cig

  20. Quote Originally Posted by smoker145 View Post
    Thanks for the suggestion. I've used the e cig before. It wasn't bad. It's just that it didn't really help breaking that smoking feeling if you know what I mean. That's probably my biggest struggle. It was real easy to just go back to cigs after the e cig
    I'm using the vapur cig , but like u said it's still easy to go back to the real thing
    So I bought the strongest , nastiest brand( still $13/pack where I'm from, lol..) if I light up , it's only a couple of puffs n I'm done...
    Still not 100% smoke free, but I'm way better than before...

  21. Quote Originally Posted by Magdalena View Post
    I'm using the vapur cig , but like u said it's still easy to go back to the real thing
    So I bought the strongest , nastiest brand( still $13/pack where I'm from, lol..) if I light up , it's only a couple of puffs n I'm done...
    Still not 100% smoke free, but I'm way better than before...
    Maybe try getting some really cheep cigars instead. They are hella rough and you will probably smoke alot less.

  22. Actually I forgot , I have some cigars from Cuba , aha, good thought , thanx Mccrew

  23. Quote Originally Posted by Magdalena View Post
    Actually I forgot , I have some cigars from Cuba , aha, good thought , thanx Mccrew
    Any time.
    SNS REP
    Hit me up with any questions any time.

  24. Quote Originally Posted by Phantom Z View Post
    After 15yrs of smoking, on December 22nd I put them away for good. I'd like to say I just woke up that morning and said I'm done but it took a trip to the Emergency Room with near cardiac arrest and missing Christmas with my kids entirely due to sitting in a hospital room unable to keep high enough levels of oxygen in my blood with out support and constant supervision. I am 34yrs old and have 3 kids that I got to watch open their presents via cell phone video and it hurt like hell. Over the past couple years, I was told several times by my doctor that she would prescribe any drug I wanted to help me quit but until I truly wanted to quit it would never work. Here I sit two weeks with out even the desire and I'm going cold turkey. I'm not some huge anti-smoking person now however I can relay my doctor's message to everyone I know, a person will never be able to kick this habit until they truly want to. I wish all who try good luck and will support their efforts 100%
    I've had similar situations with substances in my life. Sometimes we don't change unless we experience real pain or a traumatic experience
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