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#775024 | Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 12:33:26
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day #1
fuck i want a cig
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#775038 | Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 13:31:14
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#775039 | Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 14:02:41
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super gl's m8, its all a mental thing
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#775040 | Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 14:03:06
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quit almost 2 years ago now, so i speak from experience
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#775053 | Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 15:04:32
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Quote (smoked @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 21:03:06)
quit almost 2 years ago now, so i speak from experience


3 here
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#775054 | Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 15:04:54
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Quote (smoked @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 14:03:06)
quit almost 2 years ago now, so i speak from experience


you dumb? there are plenty of physical withdrawal symptoms. nicotine creates a chemical dependancy.
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#775057 | Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 15:14:16
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Quote (hippie @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 16:04:54)
Quote (smoked @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 14:03:06)
quit almost 2 years ago now, so i speak from experience


you dumb? there are plenty of physical withdrawal symptoms. nicotine creates a chemical dependancy.


all nicotine and physical dependancy is out of your system in 3 days.......the rest is 100% mental
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#775058 | Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 15:14:44
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Quote (hippie @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 22:04:54)
Quote (smoked @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 14:03:06)
quit almost 2 years ago now, so i speak from experience


you dumb? there are plenty of physical withdrawal symptoms. nicotine creates a chemical dependancy.


i felt something only first week
and i must say it was quite strong reaction too
it resembled to feeling of severe flu with all its symptoms
i was in the bed/couch 5 days in the roll
after this first week, no physical struggle; at all
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#775059 | Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 15:21:15
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Quote (hippie @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 15:04:54)
Quote (smoked @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 14:03:06)
quit almost 2 years ago now, so i speak from experience


you dumb? there are plenty of physical withdrawal symptoms. nicotine creates a chemical dependancy.


not responding to troll
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#775092 | Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 18:06:08
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Quote (smoked @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 15:21:15)
Quote (hippie @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 15:04:54)
Quote (smoked @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 14:03:06)
quit almost 2 years ago now, so i speak from experience


you dumb? there are plenty of physical withdrawal symptoms. nicotine creates a chemical dependancy.


i could've just ignored you completely, but you are right. let me attempt to play it off by calling you a troll so i don't look like an idiot


oh ok

@deadhXc: really only 72 hours? and this is the exact same for everyone who smokes? where did you get this info from.
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#775105 | Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 19:27:38
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Quote (hippie @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 18:06:08)
Quote (smoked @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 15:21:15)
Quote (hippie @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 15:04:54)
Quote (smoked @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 14:03:06)
quit almost 2 years ago now, so i speak from experience


you dumb? there are plenty of physical withdrawal symptoms. nicotine creates a chemical dependancy.


i could've just ignored you completely, but you are right. let me attempt to play it off by calling you a troll so i don't look like an idiot


oh ok

@deadhXc: really only 72 hours? and this is the exact same for everyone who smokes? where did you get this info from.


nicotine does not cause physical withdrawl symptoms, its seriously mentally you cause them but its not physical withdrawl
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#775268 | Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 20:23:35
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Quote (hippie @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 19:06:08)
Quote (smoked @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 15:21:15)
Quote (hippie @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 15:04:54)
Quote (smoked @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 14:03:06)
quit almost 2 years ago now, so i speak from experience


you dumb? there are plenty of physical withdrawal symptoms. nicotine creates a chemical dependancy.


i could've just ignored you completely, but you are right. let me attempt to play it off by calling you a troll so i don't look like an idiot


oh ok

@deadhXc: really only 72 hours? and this is the exact same for everyone who smokes? where did you get this info from.


just google that shit...72-96hrs and your body is nicotine free

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How long does nicotine take to completely work it's way out of the body? Thank You very much.

Medically, nicotine takes only 72 to 96 hours to leave the body. However, the physical and mental reverberations can go on for weeks.
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#775270 | Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 20:24:41
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by the way end of day one almost...

insane headache
VERY irritable
got the shits...(could be unrelated :donno:)
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#775285 | Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 21:01:09
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Quote (deadhXc @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 20:23:35)
Quote (hippie @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 19:06:08)
Quote (smoked @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 15:21:15)
Quote (hippie @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 15:04:54)
Quote (smoked @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 14:03:06)
quit almost 2 years ago now, so i speak from experience


you dumb? there are plenty of physical withdrawal symptoms. nicotine creates a chemical dependancy.


i could've just ignored you completely, but you are right. let me attempt to play it off by calling you a troll so i don't look like an idiot


oh ok

@deadhXc: really only 72 hours? and this is the exact same for everyone who smokes? where did you get this info from.


just google that shit...72-96hrs and your body is nicotine free

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How long does nicotine take to completely work it's way out of the body? Thank You very much.

Medically, nicotine takes only 72 to 96 hours to leave the body. However, the physical and mental reverberations can go on for weeks.


i don't need to use google, i know what i'm talking about. read what vogan said. you guys are morons. quitting smoking is not ALL mental.

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nicotine does not cause physical withdrawl symptoms, its seriously mentally you cause them but its not physical withdrawl


LOL

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It is better to stay silent and be thought a fool, than to open one’s mouth and remove all doubt.

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#775289 | Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 21:07:27
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Quote (hippie @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 21:01:09)
Quote (deadhXc @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 20:23:35)
Quote (hippie @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 19:06:08)
Quote (smoked @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 15:21:15)
Quote (hippie @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 15:04:54)
Quote (smoked @ Sat - Jan 1 2011 - 14:03:06)
quit almost 2 years ago now, so i speak from experience


you dumb? there are plenty of physical withdrawal symptoms. nicotine creates a chemical dependancy.


i could've just ignored you completely, but you are right. let me attempt to play it off by calling you a troll so i don't look like an idiot


oh ok

@deadhXc: really only 72 hours? and this is the exact same for everyone who smokes? where did you get this info from.


just google that shit...72-96hrs and your body is nicotine free

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How long does nicotine take to completely work it's way out of the body? Thank You very much.

Medically, nicotine takes only 72 to 96 hours to leave the body. However, the physical and mental reverberations can go on for weeks.


i don't need to use google, i know what i'm talking about. read what vogan said. you guys are morons. quitting smoking is not ALL mental.

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nicotine does not cause physical withdrawl symptoms, its seriously mentally you cause them but its not physical withdrawl


LOL

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It is better to stay silent and be thought a fool, than to open one’s mouth and remove all doubt.


:k:
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#775368 | Sun - Jan 2 2011 - 13:14:48
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DAY #2

still want a fuckin cig....and i wanna just snack all day...ugh

sup headache glad to see you still with me

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#775387 | Sun - Jan 2 2011 - 16:02:51
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Quote (deadhXc @ Sun - Jan 2 2011 - 13:14:48)
DAY #2

still want a fuckin cig....and i wanna just snack all day...ugh

sup headache glad to see you still with me


Orange juice usually helps with that brah.
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#775422 | Sun - Jan 2 2011 - 22:38:10
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end day 2, cravings going away...gonna give it a week then start running/pushups/situps/pullups/mtn biking to get endurance back and clear lungs up..eventually lose 30 lbs before July
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#775424 | Sun - Jan 2 2011 - 23:00:01
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losing weight also means diet change, or at least makes it easier

i have some expertise in weight loss
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#775478 | Mon - Jan 3 2011 - 16:22:02
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Quote (deadhXc @ Sun - Jan 2 2011 - 22:38:10)
end day 2, cravings going away...gonna give it a week then start running/pushups/situps/pullups/mtn biking to get endurance back and clear lungs up..eventually lose 30 lbs before July


I heard it takes 7 years for your lungs to get back to non smoker status. and like 10 for your heart.
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#775480 | Mon - Jan 3 2011 - 16:34:27
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Quote (seth @ Mon - Jan 3 2011 - 23:22:02)
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end day 2, cravings going away...gonna give it a week then start running/pushups/situps/pullups/mtn biking to get endurance back and clear lungs up..eventually lose 30 lbs before July


I heard it takes 7 years for your lungs to get back to non smoker status. and like 10 for your heart.


i don't think it take so long time to recover, but i don't know for fact
but as the general rule, the younger you are the faster your tissues will recover

now that i think about it, it takes definitively less time, because for body it takes 10 years to completely change every cell in whole skeleton
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#775481 | Mon - Jan 3 2011 - 17:04:05
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cardio excersizing (working your lungs) will help clear them out quickest I have read. A Dr. told me they can rebuild themselves in 3-15 yrs depending on the person. Here is a release from the SG. The only way the lungs will NOT rebuild is if you have emphysema

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"How Quickly Do the Benefits of Quitting Start?"

* "Just 20 minutes after your last cigarette, your blood pressure and
pulse rate drop to normal and the body temperature of your hands and
feet increases to normal."

* "A mere 8 hours after your last smoke, the carbon monoxide level
decreases and the oxygen level in your blood increases to normal."

* "Just 24 hours after your last cigarette, you substantially lessen
your chances of having a heart attack."

* "Two days after your last cigarette, you will notice that your
ability to taste and smell is enhanced."

* "Three days later, your breathing should be noticeably better
because your lung capacity will be greater."

* "Your circulation will improve and your lung functioning will
increase up to 30% within two weeks to three months after quitting."

* "Between one month and nine months, the cilia in your lungs will
regenerate, allowing your body to clean your lungs and reduce
infection."

* "One year after quitting, your risk of coronary heart disease is
half that of a smoker."

* "Five years after quitting, your risk of stroke is reduced to that
of a nonsmoker."

* "Ten years after quitting, the lung cancer death rate is about half
that of a continuing smokers. The risk of cancer of the mouth, throat,
esophagus, bladder, kidney and pancreas decreases."

* "Fifteen years after quitting, your risk of coronary heart disease
is that of a nonsmokers.

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#775569 | Tue - Jan 4 2011 - 13:12:53
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day 4

Fuck you all &#&#&#&*#@(((#828-#*$*$!7#
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#775570 | Tue - Jan 4 2011 - 14:08:00
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Quote (deadhXc @ Tue - Jan 4 2011 - 13:12:53)
day 4

Fuck you all &#&#&#&*#@(((#828-#*$*$!7#


is that the sine of the coefficient of made?
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#775571 | Tue - Jan 4 2011 - 14:09:50
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ive been smoking for 2 years.

fuck i need to quit
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#775574 | Tue - Jan 4 2011 - 14:12:39
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Quote (BBQ @ Tue - Jan 4 2011 - 14:09:50)
ive been smoking for 2 years.

fuck i need to quit


lol kid get on our level
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#775648 | Tue - Jan 4 2011 - 19:20:24
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Quote (BBQ @ Tue - Jan 4 2011 - 15:09:50)
ive been smoking for 2 years.

fuck i need to quit


I have been smoking longer than you have been alive...
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#775654 | Tue - Jan 4 2011 - 20:06:04
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also good luck
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#775656 | Tue - Jan 4 2011 - 20:09:52
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my father in law quit smoking like 3 months ago and now he enter the period (which probably never pass, like with me) when he start to hate smell of smokes, before that he was more or less indifferent to everyone who smoked around him
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#775658 | Tue - Jan 4 2011 - 20:16:24
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Quote (Vogan @ Tue - Jan 4 2011 - 20:09:52)
my father in law quit smoking like 3 months ago and now he enter the period (which probably never pass, like with me) when he start to hate smell of smokes, before that he was more or less indifferent to everyone who smoked around him


i am at almost 2 years no smocking, and while i dont want to smell like smoke and can tell what people used to say when i smelled like cig's I had a point where i hated teh smell of smocks but really it doesnt bother me anymore
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#775660 | Tue - Jan 4 2011 - 20:23:56
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Quote (Vogan @ Tue - Jan 4 2011 - 20:09:52)
my father in law quit smoking like 3 months ago and now he enter the period (which probably never pass, like with me) when he start to hate smell of smokes, before that he was more or less indifferent to everyone who smoked around him


i am at almost 2 years no smocking, and while i dont want to smell like smoke and can tell what people used to say when i smelled like cig's I had a point where i hated teh smell of smocks but really it doesnt bother me anymore


it bothers me when i find myself with a smoker in small rum with poor ventilation or even worse if he would light a cig there
like in a car
but ppl who smoke outside and go by, they don't bother me at all
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#775697 | Wed - Jan 5 2011 - 00:15:57
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been 3 days
cause sick
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#777149 | Thu - Jan 13 2011 - 10:49:01
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coming up on 2 week mark tomorrow...

have had 6 cigs since the new year...

someone gave me a vn weight bench so, fitness routine will be starting when I have gone another 5 days without a smoke...

someone give me a routine that involves treadmill/weight bench/mtn bike (when weather changes) that is focused mainly on keeping weight off and gaining endurance back idc about mass, getting cut up, lifting a house, or devoting my whole life to workingout. My eventual goal is to be able to run 3 miles then 5 miles and be able to pedal the entire trail where I ride my bike. right now i can not run a baseball diamond without almost passing out.


someone mentioned crossfit or a variation of that....after a quick google search someone give me insight on it..looks like a bitch to me and I would not be able to handle it starting off.

This post has been edited by deadhXc on Thu - Jan 13 2011 - 10:54:08
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#777165 | Thu - Jan 13 2011 - 11:12:41
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Crossfit is mainly done as a competition between people at gyms, honestly if you are just looking to cut weight I would say start walking, doing some light weight work and then go from there...

obligatory lol p90x and beach body insanity
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#777171 | Thu - Jan 13 2011 - 11:18:08
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Quote (smoked @ Thu - Jan 13 2011 - 12:12:41)
Crossfit is mainly done as a competition between people at gyms, honestly if you are just looking to cut weight I would say start walking, doing some light weight work and then go from there...

obligatory lol p90x and beach body insanity


like i said all i want is to mainly drop the man boobs and gut, and gain all endurance i have lost from being a slob/smoking. My kids baseball team is killing me fuckin 9 yr olds can run for weeks while i can run for seconds dammit
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#777211 | Thu - Jan 13 2011 - 12:33:19
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Dec 19 2009 about 4 am my last cig. Gl m8.
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#777226 | Thu - Jan 13 2011 - 14:38:44
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quitting is for faggots

just smoke in moderation

not sure how people get addicted to them so bad
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#777233 | Thu - Jan 13 2011 - 15:00:30
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Quote (MoS. @ Thu - Jan 13 2011 - 14:38:44)
quitting is for faggots

just smoke in moderation

not sure how people get addicted to them so bad


same way some people never get laid i suppose.
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#777252 | Thu - Jan 13 2011 - 15:12:14
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Quote (blind_chief @ Thu - Jan 13 2011 - 19:33:19)
Dec 19 2009 about 4 am my last cig.  Gl m8.


dec 18 2007 here
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#777254 | Thu - Jan 13 2011 - 15:15:14
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Quote (Vogan @ Thu - Jan 13 2011 - 15:12:14)
Quote (blind_chief @ Thu - Jan 13 2011 - 19:33:19)
Dec 19 2009 about 4 am my last cig.  Gl m8.


dec 18 2007 here


aug or sept 2009 here
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#777256 | Thu - Jan 13 2011 - 15:17:29
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Quote (MoS. @ Thu - Jan 13 2011 - 15:38:44)
quitting is for faggots

just smoke in moderation

not sure how people get addicted to them so bad


20 yrs @ pack+ a day = gotta have em
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#777314 | Thu - Jan 13 2011 - 20:19:21
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Quote (deadhXc @ Thu - Jan 13 2011 - 13:17:29)
Quote (MoS. @ Thu - Jan 13 2011 - 15:38:44)
quitting is for faggots

just smoke in moderation

not sure how people get addicted to them so bad


20 yrs @ pack+ a day = gotta have em


nick does not have addictions
we are weak

but really, i work with a guy who can either smoke half a pack a day or quit right now, no trouble. hes started and stopped like 3 times in the last 4 years. to some its just not as gripping as it is to others. it certainly had me by the balls for a good 14 years, pack a day. quit once for 3 months inbetween there.

its funny though, since this last time i just made up my mind not to quit but that im done, i have not had more than flashing moments that are over before they begin of cravings, which are all mental anyway.
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#805457 | Sat - Aug 20 2011 - 21:31:54
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7 months, 1 week ago

Updates please.
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#805459 | Sat - Aug 20 2011 - 21:48:48
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Quote (Zodijackyl @ Sat - Aug 20 2011 - 19:31:54)
7 months, 1 week ago

Updates please.


last cig was dec 19, 2009
i can say i have cigs beat. smoke next to me, give me a smoke dont matter. feels good man.
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#805461 | Sat - Aug 20 2011 - 22:22:18
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Quote (blind_chief @ Sat - Aug 20 2011 - 21:48:48)
Quote (Zodijackyl @ Sat - Aug 20 2011 - 19:31:54)
7 months, 1 week ago

Updates please.


last cig was dec 19, 2009
i can say i have cigs beat. smoke next to me, give me a smoke dont matter. feels good man.


Good work :joe: I'm proud of you (seriously)
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#805462 | Sun - Aug 21 2011 - 00:26:16
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Quote (Zodijackyl @ Sat - Aug 20 2011 - 22:31:54)
7 months, 1 week ago

Updates please.


uh yea didn't take, pack a day to nothing to 3 packs a week. Will get there sooner or later
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#807257 | Fri - Sep 9 2011 - 21:30:40
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#881875 | Sun - Apr 6 2014 - 13:25:48
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**UPDATE**

So yea no cigs since 4/1 fealing great. Started vaping 2 weeks ago and went from 1.5 - 2 pks a day to 2 packs a week to no cigs at all.

I know I haven't quit nicotine (yet) but have already dropped my nic level from 24mg to 12mg and plan on another drop to 6mg pretty soon.

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#881876 | Sun - Apr 6 2014 - 14:12:15
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awesome news. keep up the good fight tim.
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#881877 | Sun - Apr 6 2014 - 15:12:34
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good stuff
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