Quitting smoking tomorrow

Nick333

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So I've decided to quit smoking. Tomorrow I'm just not going to smoke anymore. Thought I'd tell everyone so that I'll feel like a big **** if I fail :D.

Any advice or encouragement from ex-smokers is welcome. Anti-smoking, "I've never polluted my prisitne lungs and neither should you" , crypto-facists can fcck off...I mean are not welcome to comment. :p
 

fivelza

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Good luck Nick333, just think of all the extra $$$ you'll have to blow ;)
 

|tera|

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Best wishes Nick ;) Just don't give in to the temptation bro, my quit date is looming on the horizon :p
 

Nick333

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Best wishes Nick ;) Just don't give in to the temptation bro, my quit date is looming on the horizon :p
Thanks mate. I've had so many quit dates whiz by I just decided tomorrows as good a time as any. Less time to forget or make excuses.
 

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Don't wait till tomorrow, quit now. Chuck out all your cigs and lighters and just do it and good luck! :)
That's how I quit, I was always saying I'l stop tomorrow, next week, next month etc and never did manage to keep my word.
 

dam

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I quit about 5 years ago after smoking a pack or two a day for 15 years. Quitting is not easy at first but once you get to the point where you realize that you don't actually need a smoke it's the best feeling in the world. Kinda feels like being released from prison. FREE!!
 

Nick333

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Don't wait till tomorrow, quit now. Chuck out all your cigs and lighters and just do it and good luck! :)
That's how I quit, I was always saying I'l stop tomorrow, next week, next month etc and never did manage to keep my word.
I'm tempted but I don't want to make it to hard for myself. I'll have a smoke and think about it :D Maybe it will be my last.
 

Nick333

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I quit about 5 years ago after smoking a pack or two a day for 15 years. Quitting is not easy at first but once you get to the point where you realize that you don't actually need a smoke it's the best feeling in the world. Kinda feels like being released from prison. FREE!!
I managed to quit for about two weeks a while ago and I woke up one morning just feeling energetic and generally great. I started smoking again that same day, I can't really remember why. :(
 

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Why not go a step further and just stop now. If you want to do something like this you have to start immediately, not only tomorrow ;)

Just my 2c.

EDIT: Someone beat me to it :/
 

|tera|

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Making a choice and sticking with it, that's the itch :p
 

killadoob

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drink lots of water and stock up on food

when u have a craving for a cigi substitute it with something sweet

if your prone to gaining weight though this is bad a idea
 
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