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#151 Posted by kowman on 04:19 26-12-2017
Hang in there Demo your gonna to beat it
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#152 Posted by DEMO on 14:14 26-12-2017
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Originally posted by Welshman
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Hi DEMO hows it going with the no smoking?


Terrible, back to my 2 pack a day habit.

gotta try again real soon, damn things are back to kicking my ass :-(
JUST GIVE ME MY COFFEE AND NO ONE GETS HURT!

THERE WILL BE PLENTY OF TIME FOR SLEEP WHEN I'M DEAD
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#153 Posted by J_A_W_Z on 08:48 09-01-2018
Hey, just wanna give my 2 cents on how i quit a little more than 2 years ago after smoking for more than 25 years.

I was smoking up to 2 packs a day, i tried quitting cold turkey using candy, gum, nicotine gum and patches numerous times and nothing seemed to work.

A friend had mentioned trying vaping and my first thought was how stupid it seemed and that its just a fad that everyone was into. It was fairly new and i hadnt heard much about it except for annoying college kids.

Time went on and i tried patches again. I fucked up one day and put 2 patches on in one day. I put one on, it wasnt sticking very well so an hour later, i put another on. Needless to say, i became very sick from the overload of nicotine and didnt use them any further and never would again.

A little bit of time went on and i was telling a co-worker avout what i was trying to do and what happened earlier. He had a small eleaf vape that he let me try. It actually wasnt that bad so i tried it a few more times. Nothing else had worked so i decided to try vaping.

On October 31st or 2015, i smoked my last cigarette and bought a vape and havent looked back since. It was a little difficult and different to get used to but i kept telling myself to stick with it. I started with 6mg of nicotine, 3 months later moved to 3mg of nicotine, 3 months later i moved to 0mg juice and within 2 months i had quit vaping.

Since quitting, i feel better, sleep better, smell better, taste more, can do more and i dont get sick as much as i did when i smoked. It was a little expensive at first, about 120 for everything needed (mod, tank, batteries, liquid) but there are so many new things out that you can get started with a great setup for around 60 bucks or so, depending on where you go.

I have gotten 3 family members and multiple friends to start vaping and all of them are doing great. Some have quit everything but some are still vaping but its not as bad as all the chemicals that are in tobacco.

All in all, one of THE BEST decisions i have ever made.
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#154 Posted by DEMO on 11:58 09-01-2018
Thanks JAWZ, I appreciate the input, quitting is on my mund every single day still, almost to the point it's making me crazy. I know I need to quit, damn cigs are killing me,
JUST GIVE ME MY COFFEE AND NO ONE GETS HURT!

THERE WILL BE PLENTY OF TIME FOR SLEEP WHEN I'M DEAD
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#155 Posted by J_A_W_Z on 18:15 09-01-2018
Its a very hard thing to do regardless of the method you chose but soooo worth it in the end. You should give vaping a try or atleast look in to it.
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#156 Posted by Davey45 on 20:37 09-01-2018
The vape might not be a bad idea. I was able to quit cold turkey but not everybody handles it the same. With the vape pen, you can lower nicotine levels incrementally so it's not just a huge shock from two packs of cigs to nothing. It's going on five years since I smoked my last cigarette.
#157 Posted by beamer142 on 22:07 09-01-2018
Cost is one thing that would put me off. Here in UK a pack costs $14.00 and each year the tax causes yje price to rise. I speak as a smug exsmoker who gave up after getting a throat infection, I thought if this is bad what is throat cancer like. I too was a 2 pack a day man but stopped cold turkey. I'm not trying to brag I do think you have to have the mind set to quit. I must admit to dreaming about smoking for up to 12 months after I quit. I used to dream I had started smoking again and would wake up very depressed> I must admit a tobacco free life is enjoyable and I do like the laws banning smoking in restaurants and bars
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#158 Posted by DirtFloorPoor on 15:20 12-01-2018
I smoked for 30+ years without to much consideration of quitting in this time, listening to my two kids complaining about it all the time when they were growing up etc. I also thought, fuck I'm not going to vape how fucking queer is that. Then I started listening to a couple people and they made some sense, so I thought I would try it. I tried different shit for about a year, only problem was now I smoked and vaped! Sooo eventually I found the right vape gear etc, and on July 4 of 2011 I said I am not going to smoke another cigarette after today, I didn't and have not had a cigarette since that day. BUT now i have a vaping problem...so what the fuck ya gonna do.....
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#159 Posted by Davey45 on 20:18 15-01-2018
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Originally posted by beamer142
Cost is one thing that would put me off. Here in UK a pack costs $14.00 and each year the tax causes yje price to rise. I speak as a smug exsmoker who gave up after getting a throat infection, I thought if this is bad what is throat cancer like. I too was a 2 pack a day man but stopped cold turkey. I'm not trying to brag I do think you have to have the mind set to quit. I must admit to dreaming about smoking for up to 12 months after I quit. I used to dream I had started smoking again and would wake up very depressed> I must admit a tobacco free life is enjoyable and I do like the laws banning smoking in restaurants and bars


I still have dreams where I'm smoking and it fucks with my head because consciously I have no interest at all.
#160 Posted by hydrahead on 05:53 16-01-2018
the vape thing could work. try it. can't be much more expensive than cigs.

but you really do have to reach the point to where you say I will never smoke another cigarette.

you have to be sick of it.

Jan 1986. not one since.
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