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quit smoking...

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by --zeSto--, Sep 10, 2001.

  1. --zeSto--

    --zeSto-- Guest

    quit smoking...

    Discussion started by --zeSto-- - Sep 10, 2001

    not to be preachy...

    but I've gone 7 days without one,
    and it feels fucking great!
    You get better sleep, better taste,
    more stamina and way better circulation.

    I just wanted to tell everyone.
    No doubt, my saying this wont influence anyone,
    but think of this...
    It only takes one puff to make a cancerous cell.
    Which of the 4000 smokes you will have in the next 2 years will it be?
    (sorry... that was preachy)

    clean and loving it...
    now about the drinking...
     
  2. Dusty Lipschitz - Replied Sep 10, 2001

    i broke furniture when i quit smoking
    there was a pile of broken chairs and coffee tables out on my fire escape
    but i quit damnit!

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    Now back to your regularly scheduled re-programming...
     
  3. imported_SecretAgentX9 - Replied Sep 10, 2001

    cold turkey??

    i suck. ive tried quitting a bunch of times, but to no avail.

    ahhhhhhhhh
     
  4. brown twinkie

    brown twinkie 12oz Veteran Member

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    brown twinkie - Replied Sep 10, 2001

    not to brag, but i cold turkeyed 7 years ago, first attempt, and
    haven't looked back. keep at it zesto.
     
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  5. -Rage-

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    -Rage- - Replied Sep 10, 2001

    I've gone nearly 20 years without one. :p
     
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  6. Dirty_habiT

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    Dirty_habiT - Replied Sep 10, 2001

    I quit, it was one of the best things I have done. It's hard at first but you can do it, and you will feel alot better when you do. I smoked for about 6 years, which is plenty long enough to know the damn deal about being addicted. Doing things for yourself always feels good. Like accomplishing things....ya know?
     
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  7. *see-phore*

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    *see-phore* - Replied Sep 10, 2001

    i've gone 20 years and 4 days without one!
    but everyone should quit and get more active you dont want cancer do you?
    shit what about second hand smoke-all my life
     
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  8. imported_Tesseract - Replied Sep 10, 2001

    Good news Zest!Hope you keep it that way...
    I am thinking about thinking to try quiting some years now i dont seem to convice me.
    I would say some of my reasons not to quit.But that wouldnt be just preachy,it would be tempting!
    Keep it up!BUMP
     
  9. WebsterUno

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    WebsterUno - Replied Sep 10, 2001

    Did someone say Turkey?
    I should quit, but no yet. [​IMG]
     
  10. boogie hands

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    boogie hands - Replied Sep 10, 2001

    i must say ive done pretty well in the last month with not smoking.....i sure do feel a lot better

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    brick, brick ,brick...thats how i be up against your girlfriends ass...
     
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  11. Remy Martin

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    Remy Martin - Replied Sep 10, 2001

    i quit today. cold turkey..i can usally go a week or so no problem until alchohol gets involved. but i quit that to.
    time to get high on life. and sticky bomb.
     
  12. Comp

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    Comp - Replied Sep 10, 2001

    i stay away from smoking because if i smoke i'll end up like all the other kids who smoke and get the disgusting smoke hag girls with tar filled vaginas. eeeeeeeeeew.
     
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  13. cracked ass

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    cracked ass - Replied Sep 10, 2001

    ditto
     
  14. KARD like WOE - Replied Sep 11, 2001

    but i smoke newports and they taste so mentholly good. mmmm newport freshness
     
  15. MUNE

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    MUNE - Replied Sep 11, 2001

    yup smoking is wak. in all ways. if you smoke i dont want to hear you bitch about not having money.
    you smell like shit and all that. congrats zesto...keep it up..
     
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