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silentbob says no to super slow death

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by SilentBob, Oct 13, 2003.

  1. SilentBob

    SilentBob 12oz Member

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    silentbob says no to super slow death

    Discussion started by SilentBob - Oct 13, 2003

    So after 7 years of investment into future cancers and general unhealthyness, I've decided its time to bite the bullet and quit smoking. At some point I realised that despite the fact I'm normally totally unsatisfied for one reason or another, I actually do value my health and my life. I know this due to my reactions to the near death experiences I've had aswell as my undieing fear of needles ( HIV looks like a mutherfucker). So its been 4 days since my last ciggerette, and I'm edgy like excallibor. I've put on weight. I'm finding it hard to talk to people because I feel so out of my natural element. I'm haveing trouble working for the same reason. I can't fucking think straight. In conclusion .... hooray for addiction

    Feel free to leave some quit smoking tips... and/or some smart ass remarks..

    I'll leave you with the best words I've heard all day ( even though they have nothing to do with smoking or quitting it ) "Kids at school laugh at me because I'm different...I laugh at them because their all the same" - friend of a friends 13 yr old daughter ..
     
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  2. Telo

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    Telo - Replied Oct 13, 2003

    gimme some fucking tips too.. these sticks are a waste of money, time, and health.. i need to also quit.
     
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  3. Kr430n5_666

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    Kr430n5_666 - Replied Oct 13, 2003

    hey. what's going on.
     
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  4. SilentBob

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    SilentBob - Replied Oct 13, 2003

    Well... I've quit smoking and am feeling edgy. Telo hasn't quit yet but also seems to be feeling edgy anyway. And a little girl is laughing at school mates.
     
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  5. caL

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    caL - Replied Oct 13, 2003

    hey man good for you.

    and that little girl is a champ
    :king:
     
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    imported_dowmagik - Replied Oct 13, 2003

    that's from a t-shirt. your friend's daughter gets zero originality points. my mom chewed a lot of gum when she was quitting. best o luck.
     
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    i11igul - Replied Oct 13, 2003

    good disgrace yourself in the shower with all the cold water concentrating on you head:D
     
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  8. T.T Boy

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    T.T Boy - Replied Oct 13, 2003

    good luck. ive tried 5 times. today might be day one if i dont see anyone i know that smokes. i hope i can break one day today.
     
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  9. casekonly

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    casekonly - Replied Oct 13, 2003

    whilst i go burn an el and then light up a cigarette......
     
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  10. shameless self promotion

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    shameless self promotion - Replied Oct 13, 2003

    I stopped smoking cigs like 8 times.

    I stopped agian about two weeks ago.
    I smoke only when i get super stressed lately. Now Im always chewing gum..

    I still smoke bud occasionally, but usually just with my girl. Shit gets me too paranoid out in public.
     
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  11. iloveboxcars

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    iloveboxcars - Replied Oct 13, 2003

    Stopping smoking is the easiest thing to do ever. I've done it about 15 times.
     
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  12. WebsterUno

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    WebsterUno - Replied Oct 13, 2003

    ^^^hahaha....quitters never win!


    but hey man, good for you!
    I dont smoke...cigarettes...but
    I know addiction is hard to beat.
     
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    Swiffer Jet - Replied Oct 13, 2003

    i remember you making a thread on how you quit for sure. haha how long did that last?
     
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  14. casekonly

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    casekonly - Replied Oct 13, 2003

    going to smoke again
     
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  15. SilentBob

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    SilentBob - Replied Jul 14, 2004

    So I thought I'de bump this thread considering I seem to have sucessfully quit smoking. Lets see, the date I posted this was "10-13-2003" 12 oz time. And its now 7/14/04 by my watch so thats roughly 9 months since I last smoked. I'm pretty happy with my effort. Anyone who's tried knows that shit isn't easy. I found every single thing I used to do while smoking ( which is more or less everything) had to be re-learnt .. but once you did whatever it was, the next time was alot easier... Since I've quit I've found my random stomache pains have stopped and my chest pains have eased up.. I'm a bit up on cash and I get to look snootily down on all my friends who looked at me and said "hey, if that undisciplined fuck can quit I can aswell", but never actually did.

    Highlights of my non smoking career included.. lighting a cigerette for a friend who had just been hit by a car ....and not inhaling (clinton status) and... well ... thats about it ...
     
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