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Its brown, natural and it will kill you...

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by sneak, Jan 30, 2005.

  1. sneak

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    Its brown, natural and it will kill you...

    Discussion started by sneak - Jan 30, 2005

    ive just decided to give up the evil tobacco (or cut down to one a day).

    for those who have quit successfully, did you have a week of pure hell before coming through? it seems ive developed a really bad cold or perhaps the flu and each night since ive quit ive woken up at random times SWEATING LIKE HELL. i cant think of any reasons for this apart from it having some connection with no more nicotine?

    this waking-up-in-the-middle-of-the-night-and-being-drowned-by-sweat, is not fucking fun at all.

    ps. im still smoking a fair amount of weed. will this make a diffference?
    sneaks/if i knew quitting was this hard, i wouldnt have.
     
  2. trackstand

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    trackstand - Replied Jan 30, 2005

    One a day as in one PACK a day or one CIGARETTE a day?
     
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    sneak - Replied Jan 30, 2005

    one cigarette.
     
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    TURBOCAPSLOK - Replied Jan 30, 2005

    NOBODY CARES, NOBODY CARES, NOBODY CAAAAAAAAARES. (SUNG IN A LUCIANO PAVAROTTI STYLE)
     
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    Zack Morris - Replied Jan 30, 2005

    i've quit a few times and I usually get a nasty cough and a bunch of crap comes up. I did some research and that is basically your lungs trying to clean themselves out.

    What has worked for me before I got back into the habit was I would just taper myself down to where I was smoking one or two a day then either go out on a massive drinking binge and smoke myself silly...then for a day or two after this I wouldn't feel like smoking due to my massive nicotine intake, or I will just taper it down to where I cut it out completely.

    The whole night sweats thing I have never had. Maybe it just means you need a fan in your bedroom.
     
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    T=E=A=S=E - Replied Jan 30, 2005

    stupidest habit ever.

    good luck in breaking it.

    and if i did smoke, id definately smoke weed over cigs.
     
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  7. Jackson

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    Jackson - Replied Jan 30, 2005

    I smoke too much.
    I just bought a zippo, its way cool like.
     
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    ElectricitySucks - Replied Jan 30, 2005

    my friend used to smoke alot and we would be walking around sometimes. he would cough alot. then he would spit out this purple, brown, and sometimes with a tint of green heavy mucus shit. it was disgusting. really fucking disgusting. ive never smoked a ciggarette in my life, no joke. defintley not after seeing that shit.
     
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    mr.yuck - Replied Jan 30, 2005

    I think im gonna quit when i get my wisdom teeth taken out.
     
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    T=E=A=S=E - Replied Jan 30, 2005

    i havent ever smoked a cig either.

    tried weed, but its worthless.
     
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    haunts - Replied Jan 30, 2005

    thats funny. im quiting smoking as we speak as well. as far as one cigarette a day i couldnt do that shit. ive tried in the past and it just makes me want to smoke even more. for me its all or nothing.
    i just moved about a month ago and in the city i moved here from i couldnt quit. i tried a thousand times over and could never do it no matter what method i tried. it sucked.
    anyway, now im in a new city and for some reason quitting has been a piece of cake. maybe its the new surroundings. in my old city i had smoked everywhere i went, it was like a part of my lifestyle. so it made it much more difficult to quit because everywhere id go, i had already smoked a thousand cigarettes there and was in the habit of it.
    anyway. maybe you should take yourself out of your normal surroundings while still keeping yourself occupied.

    i dont know.

    and yeah, but a fan.
     
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    Gunm - Replied Jan 30, 2005

    I've been off smoking for about four months now.

    When i quit, i was only smoking when i was drinking but it was the disturbing amount of lung butter every morning that bubbled up my throat that convinced me to quit. That and the fact that smokes make you STINK. Seriously, I haven't smoked for days now and you can tell when someone has been lighting up. Rank ass tobacco smell. Fucking foul.

    I never went through withdrawels, cravings, nothing. Didn't need a patch, gum, counseling....nothing. I just decided to quit and that was it. Thinking about smoking just makes me feel sick to my stomach now.

    But fuck man, if you're having issues, it's all about having hobbies and Jedi mind power to beat that shit. When you're idle, you're tempted to light up on account of it being something to do. If you're half the man you think you are, you won't let some dried up dead vegetation run your life for you.

    Quit and quit forever. I can actually run for miles now without feeling like dying, I've saved who knows how many hundreds of dollars, don't have to wash my clothes as much and my teeth aren't as yellow anymore

    Smokers are on the way out man. Don't go down with a sinking ship Sneak.
     
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    I so thought this thread was going to be about HeavyLox.
     
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    mackfatsoe - Replied Jan 30, 2005

    I smoke like it's going out of style.


    And i probably wont quit until something really bad happens. I dont know, I wish I could, but Ive tried and it hasnt worked. Good Luck.
     
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    :haha: :haha: :haha: :haha: :haha:
    asshat
     
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