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  • BoxingAlly
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    Try nicotine replacement therapy. Ask your doctor about nicotine replacement therapy.

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  • Citizen Koba
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    Smoked for 30 years give or take, picked it up about 15 went cold Turkey at 45 when my youngest was born.... figured when he's gonna be 15 I'll be 60 so I'd better sort it out if I wanted even a chance of keeping him in line.. just hoping he ain't the asshat that I was at that age!
    Last edited by Citizen Koba; 12-20-2020, 03:32 PM.

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  • FinitoxDinamita
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    http://https://youtu.be/uT3SBzmDxGk

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  • Zaroku
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    Originally posted by TonyGe View Post
    At least you cut down in the drinking
    Thatís the bright side... my wife buys me Cuban cigars and we drink outta her Baccarat glasses..

    She says crazy chit like this bottle is expensive or some crazy stuff..

    Iíll try to post labels of good stuff.. Iím good with Budweiser

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  • TonyGe
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    Originally posted by Zaroku View Post
    Iím ****ed as usual..

    I gave up smoking drinking, whoring..

    Still smoking camel cigs no filters drinking much less and lusting after chicks who call my old uncle
    At least you cut down in the drinking

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  • Zaroku
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    Originally posted by TonyGe View Post
    I'm in the same boat. Quit once for almost 10 years had one cigarette and got readdicted.
    Iím ****ed as usual..

    I gave up smoking drinking, whoring..

    Still smoking camel cigs no filters drinking much less and lusting after chicks who call my old uncle

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  • OldTerry
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    Looks like different approaches worked for different people. I smoked for 13 years from 1960 until 1973. The last year that I smoked I had come to the conclusion that I would not live a long or healthy life if I continued to smoke. I tried weaning myself by cutting down and that didn't work. Also, I was lying to myself by saying "you'll do better tomorrow." Finally a Christian group I was associated with told me that if I wanted to remain one of them I'd have to stop smoking. Their ultimatum is what did it for me and I made up my mind that even if I suffered extreme withdrawal I would never smoke again. Within three days I completely stopped and within a month my cravings for tobacco diminished to the point I rarely though about smoking. Almost 50 years later I realize that quitting smoking was one of the best decisions I have ever made.

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  • Zaroku
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    I quit drugs so many times, for years at a time.
    I used to work with guys that smoked weed and cigarettes all the time.

    The weed was easy to drop because it was shake, seed and stems. But the tobacco was harder.

    I switched to cigars, but my throat was too dry at night and the nicotine was haunting me.

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  • FinitoxDinamita
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    Ive been smoking for about 25yrs and itís my worst habit.

    I quit drinking cold turkey but cigs are different. Itís much tougher for me for some reason.

    The way I see it you gotta do something cuz purity sucks.

    I mean sht I dont drink and if i cant even smoke, where is the fun in that lol.

    I smoke cigs and lots of weed because it helps with my sanity.

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  • FisherAmen
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    I weaned myself off of cigarettes. The first week I would light up an hour later than I usually do. The next week I wouldn't light up until another hour after that. The next week another hour until I would literally wait until 10 pm to have a cigarette. At that point I thought to myself, "If I go to bed, I won't need one". I went to bed and was able to not smoke after that.

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