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Poll: Do you smoke(cigarettes,tobacco)?

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  1. I'm a Super Moderator johns0's Avatar
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    I quit smoking 11 years ago.
    I think,therefore i am a hamster.
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  2. Yeah. Quitting is easy, it's the *not* starting again that's hard. (Apologies to Mark twain).
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    hehe - cigars
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    tried it when i was a kid and couldn't understand why anyone would do it for a long period of time. I've seen too many die from it. So that's a no for me.
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    It's easy to quit... I've done it a hundred times.
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    Originally Posted by Moontrash View Post
    tried it when i was a kid and couldn't understand why anyone would do it for a long period of time.
    Same here --- I was 8 years old when my first and last "experiment with cigarettes" happened.
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  7. We need an 'occasionally' option. I smoke a pipe and cigars from time to time. Mostly weather permitting as my wife has asthma and I have to smoke outside.

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    Originally Posted by fritzi93 View Post
    Yeah. Quitting is easy, it's the *not* starting again that's hard. (Apologies to Mark twain).

    You never "quit"...You Stop...then work at never starting again...
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    I never smoked, and never thought once about trying it. I have bad respiratory allergies. One of the happiest days of my life was when cigarette smoking was banned indoors at work.
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    I quit cold turkey when the wife became pregnant with our only child. Second hand smoke, you know.
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  12. I quit nearly 30 years ago. To this day I sometimes get the urge, but it's pretty easy to resist now.
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    It's a much, much, much better life without cigarettes. When you quit you will realize what a silly and worthless habit it always was.

    Why go through the trouble to wheeze, cough, have health problems, be treated like a pariah, not be able to be as active, have to make a dozen decisions a day about when/where you'll smoke, spend big money and stink all day? It makes no sense to me.

    I feel sorry for smokers when I see them today. It amuses me how they defend their habit, when in reality they're in denial about how enslaved they are to it.

    To answer the question, no, I don't smoke (which includes anything - cigarettes, "herb", small rodents, or otherwise).
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    The longest I've ever gone was a mere month. Then I started a new job. What did EVERYONE do during their break... no-brainer there. Needless to say, that was the end of my success in quitting
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    50% KILL rate and the city I'm in has the worst stats in this province per capita for people dying of tobacco related illnesses. So much for educating the public. Lost my mother, father and grandfather that way. My grandmother who never smoked lived to be 99 years old. No smokes in this household...
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    As a genius I used to think I was, wait for my first Heart Attack before quite smoking.
    I haven't light a cigarrete in almost 6 years, hope never will.
    Just don't be so clever as I was. This thing kills. Beleive me.
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    i stopped 3 years ago with the help of e-cigs, i started again 2 months ago but using electronic cigs, i cant stand the smell of smoke on my clothes, the wife dont smoke so e-cigs help with no smell.e-cigs still give me the same buzz & i can vape when i want like at work
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    I'm 70 now but I did try smoking when I was 14 years old. I tried 3 times but each time after a few weeks ..headaches and coughs. So, I gave it up and the only time I gave smoking cigarettes much thought after that was when I dated a girl that smoked. With that there was always the question...Do I really like her enough to kiss her? My initial yes always turned into a no within weeks.

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