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Day 7 smoke free

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And smoking makes you stink too :yucky: I swear I can smell a smoker a mile away! :P

 

Hope you have as much success as Keith has had....he almost gags when someone is smoking and we have to walk through the smoke! He never realized how offensive it was until he quit!

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Good job Dickster. I first smoked a cigarette when I was 6, and coughed my lungs up. I vowed to never smoke again due to that.

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Hurray for you, dickster! Congrats :tup: Been about four years tobacco-free for me, a Cope-chewin' guy. :)

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flyfishingrules2 i did that for a wile too, thats some bad stuff, i mean what it does to a human mouth !

 

 

and dickster congrats man

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Thanks, everyone. Hope you friends are around when the nasty craves attack. With help and support I won't resort to going postal. (No offence meant to postal workers or crazies thinking about going postal)

 

N.O.P.E.

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Still smoke free, and everyone still alive. Finishing up day 17 now.

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awesome dickster!! :clap::clap:

 

Way to go. :b33r:

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:geezer:

 

Awesome dickster, Can I make a suggestion?

 

Eat raw Onions and cheese on Bread? Heaps of Garlic in your Meals?

 

They Break down the Garbage from your Lungs that will come away.

 

Onions have Acidity, Garlic is Natures best Preservative.

 

Try it?

 

Neither one will hurt you.

 

:sparkle::wub::sparkle:

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it's been two months for me and i had a bery rough weekend and wound up smoking, and drinking......

 

but neways... if you do slip up, after awhile you'll repulse yourself at how bad you smell. i can't get over this. even after a shower i still can smell smoke on myself, GRRRR

 

keep it up dude

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My stats for today. In case you care. :laughing:

 

 

 

19 days, 18 hours, 39 minutes and 25 seconds smoke free.

 

593 cigarettes not smoked.</B>

 

$71.25 and 4 days, 12 hours of your life saved.

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Keep at it, dickster :clap:

 

I did quite like this article that one of my giving up colleagues showed me quite hysterically recently

http://www.bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/A293401

 

I was looking up info about withdrawl effects and found this. Do you agree with it, out of interest (for when I do try again)? :)

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SL10, I do agree with that link on the effects of withdrawl. If you are thinking about quitting, read everything here. It's a good system for beating the nicodemon.

 

http://www.quitsmokingonline.com/index.htm

 

wdeydwondrer, got those ststs from here.

 

https://www.quitnet.com/aspBanjo/message_li...;View_By=Latest

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I did what you are doing way back in 1992 -- I remember what it took to become a non- smoker -- it gets to be an attitude after awhile. Keep going -- you have about 3 to 4 weeks of cravings to go and even then they are tapering off...

Watch out for the overeating part -- every thing tastes so darn good when the smoke and heat are gone...

 

Keep going :adios:

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Nope, overeating is under control. Since the Mrs. is diabetic, only healthy food are in the house. She even has me on Lite beer. :)

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Nope, overeating is under control. Since the Mrs. is diabetic, only healthy food are in the house. She even has me on Lite beer. :)

 

Lite beer and no sex...your hardcore dude... :lol:

 

Eat a carrot...and have another yak at her... :mrgreen: v

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dickster your doing great pal, hang in there man :clap:

 

 

the pit was great help when i quit, the internet as well, i searched google to find things that disturbed me and to aid in quiting the awful habit, this is an example of what can happen in two months, but its very sad and not ment for the faint of hearts so its a fair warning to those that wish to view the truth http://whyquit.com/whyquit/BryanLeeCurtis.html

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Sad website,

I just think of friends who smoke. :mrsgreen:

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Tears my heart out. For the last 100 years, smoking was a status symbol. And now look at the ravages it does to us! I quit. Not one puff ever.

 

 

N.O.P.E.

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Old habits die hard. Good to see you're taking it well though. Now, if I could just get rid of my sweet tooth.

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Old habits die hard. Good to see you're taking it well though. Now, if I could just get rid of my sweet tooth.

 

 

 

August is just around the corner. :)

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