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Old 12-06-12, 02:54 PM
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Quit smoking... accidentally....

The plan was, get an e-cig get regular nicotine dose fluid and then dial it down until I was nicotine and additive free... boy oh boy was I wrong. I ordered everything I thought I needed, it all got here a few days ago and seemed up to snuff, so I smoke my last 2 cigarettes and the next morning I started puffing on the e-cig.. so for 2 days I did that. then last night I come to find out my e-juice has no nicotine in it! I plan to keep puffing this thing for a while, and keep it charged in case I "relapse" afterwards too, so I can keep off analog cigarettes and skip on nicotine! Cheers guys!
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Old 12-06-12, 02:57 PM
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awesume job my mom died of lung cancer this time of year .i love to hear folks quit
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quitting nicotine is one of the best things you can do for yourself.....I know...15yrs, pack a day (or more when drinking).
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awesume job my mom died of lung cancer this time of year .i love to hear folks quit
Sorry to hear.
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quitting nicotine is one of the best things you can do for yourself.....I know...15yrs, pack a day (or more when drinking).
16 years a pack a day... half my life so far! So I can relate to that.
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say u smoke 1 pack per day at 2 bucks a pack in one year thats like 700 bucks make sure you buy ya self something cool to award youre self plus think of the health benefits
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Old 12-06-12, 03:51 PM
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Having watched my father in law die of lung cancer I cannot express how happy I am to hear that you quit. I dipped snuff from around 1979 until 1999 and smoked intermittently from around 1989 to 1999, so I know how hard giving up tobacco can be on a person. Stay strong.
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Congratulations! If you ever see the lungs of a former smoker, you'll know you did the right thing.
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Originally Posted by tunavic View Post
How did you smokers get started?

As a teen my first inhaled puff sent me on a cough spree that lasted about 5 minutes. Right after that, I realized it wasn't for me.
Don't think that's particularly appropriate for a thread about quitting...
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Originally Posted by TheSnowden View Post
Don't think that's particularly appropriate for a thread about quitting...
Ok, post deleted. No harm intended.
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Old 12-06-12, 08:20 PM
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congratz. i don't know how you smokers do it. i tried a cigarette because I was curious and I didn't sleep the whole night because I couldn't breath.

I wish my dad would quit, he smokes 2 packs a day
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Old 12-06-12, 08:25 PM
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You're aware I invented a nicotine stop smoking supository in a previous Rubenstory TM thread to help the Rube stop smoking.
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Old 12-06-12, 08:36 PM
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Originally Posted by jsharr View Post
Having watched my father in law die of lung cancer I cannot express how happy I am to hear that you quit. I dipped snuff from around 1979 until 1999 and smoked intermittently from around 1989 to 1999, so I know how hard giving up tobacco can be on a person. Stay strong.
It was hard to quit 20yrs. ago.I got pissed when cigaretts went up to $1.25 a pack.


On a lighter side.
Any Texican worth his salt can roll a Bull Durhan cig on his tongue and hit a scorpion at 25 yds while spitting tobacco juice riding a maverick steer down hill in a dry gulch.
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Old 12-06-12, 08:45 PM
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Congratulations! You went two days and that's the difficult part. One more day and you are free.

Just take my word for it and don't even let yourself get tempted. I probably quit six times before I did for good. There's no such thing as one cigarette won't get me started again - it will.

It's an amazing feel to be free of the addiction and the money drain.
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Old 12-06-12, 09:00 PM
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Originally Posted by windhchaser View Post
say u smoke 1 pack per day at 2 bucks a pack in one year thats like 700 bucks make sure you buy ya self something cool to award youre self plus think of the health benefits
Two bucks a pack is cheap, up here it is closer to ten bucks a pack. That wpould work out to over three grand a year.
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Old 12-06-12, 09:17 PM
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Two bucks a pack is cheap, up here it is closer to ten bucks a pack. That wpould work out to over three grand a year.
Silently thinking I need to smuggle Ohio cigs across the lake and re-sell them to the Canuckers at a profit.
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