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    quit smoking

    10 days and going strong I am a very moody bastard right now but
    i'm not gonna give in. I am on the patch and it's going pretty good. This time
    was much harder than the first time I quit oh well I'll just be an ass to everyone at work cardio is already getting better and so is the sex life


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    Keep up the good work dude

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    thanks min0 lee, it's still a bit hard but getting better.

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    ahah you should do what my office manager does. She gets really cranky at work b/c she's trying to quit also, so when something stressful happens she whips out this fake cig she bought at som store in the mall thats all filter, no tobacco, and puffs on it like no tmorro. Sorry, but it makes me crack up each time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joesmooth20
    thanks min0 lee, it's still a bit hard but getting better.
    I used to be a heavy chain smoker 7 years ago. I quit when my son was born and to be honest with you I couldn't do it without the help of the patch.

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    Congrats on quitting, joe.. best decision you could make.

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    You do know that you will experience some serious weight gain.

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    Keep up the good job, it is great you stopped smoking, it is hard to stay away from that good feeling. Starts the night and you go out, the wind blows and you lean back looking to the street lights. Your hand finds her way to your pocket and grabs that piece of pleasure, that all of the sudden is already in your mouth in pure and bright flames. So you start inhaling that sensible smoke that brings an overall sense of ecstasy to your whole body and spirit. After you exhale, you can´t hide that smile which simply means life can´t get better than this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by min0 lee
    You do know that you will experience some serious weight gain.
    not necessarily. I was still able to lose weight after I quit. Of course I was going from overweight lazy ass smoker to non-smoking exercise fanatic

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    keep up the great work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vieope
    Keep up the good job, it is great you stopped smoking, it is hard to stay away from that good feeling. Starts the night and you go out, the wind blows and you lean back looking to the street lights. Your hand finds her way to your pocket and grabs that piece of pleasure, that all of the sudden is already in your mouth in pure and bright flames. So you start inhaling that sensible smoke that brings an overall sense of ecstasy to your whole body and spirit. After you exhale, you can´t hide that smile which simply means life can´t get better than this.

    even now, 2 1/2 years later, I'm sure a cigarette would taste great. Maybe one never fully loses the attraction to it.

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    I quit cold turkey while in Afghanistan. Strange how it worked out. I ran out of smokes. I was getting shot at. I just channeled my aggression into my trigger finger.

    When the (gun) smoke cleared I had no desire to smoke (cigarettes).

    This is not the means to quit that I would recommend to anyone but, hey, it worked like a charm for me
    NEVER write a check with your mouth that you can't cash with your ASS!!

    I can run faster mad than you can scared

    "All right brain... I don't like you and you don't like me. So let's just do this and I'll get back to killing you with beer" ~ Homer Simpson

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    Quote Originally Posted by busyLivin
    not necessarily. I was still able to lose weight after I quit. Of course I was going from overweight lazy ass smoker to non-smoking exercise fanatic
    To most people I does, I went from an athletic 165 to a chubby 185 in three years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by busyLivin
    even now, 2 1/2 years later, I'm sure a cigarette would taste great. Maybe one never fully loses the attraction to it.
    Try one. Come on, you trust in Jesus. Try just one.

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    Try one. Come on, you trust in Jesus. Try just one.



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