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PostPosted: Sat Aug 30, 2014 19:45    Post subject:  E-cigs
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Any smokers try vaping? I picked up a cigalike at some gas station back in '07 and ended up throwing it out. About a month ago I bought a couple kangertech Evod 2's and haven't smoked a cigarette since. Still have a full pack of Camel Menthol Silver -1 cig sitting on my desk that hasn't been touched in 28 days.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 03, 2014 19:41    Post subject:  

Haven't tried them but a friend finds them great.

It's not clear what the long term effects of them are as they haven't been tested (and the tobacco companies developed them!) but I reckon they must be better than cigs.

I'm still trying to give up but every time I have a drink (which isn't often) I go back on for a while. Plus, I can buy really cheap cigs where I live now which doesn't help.

I hope they invent something similar for crack cocaine - that would really help you.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 04, 2014 00:54    Post subject:  

Diet H2O_TSGK wrote:
Haven't tried them but a friend finds them great.

It's not clear what the long term effects of them are as they haven't been tested (and the tobacco companies developed them!) but I reckon they must be better than cigs.

I'm still trying to give up but every time I have a drink (which isn't often) I go back on for a while. Plus, I can buy really cheap cigs where I live now which doesn't help.

I hope they invent something similar for crack cocaine - that would really help you.


Four times I tried to quit. Every time I restarted it was going to pub with mates, having a drink and end up smoking again. In the end I figured the only way to break the cycle was to condition myself not to smoke whilst drinking. Because I'd tried to quit so many times, I knew roughly what my addiction cycle was, which was 4 days. 1st day was o.k. 2nd and 3rd day really difficult, 4th day it started getting easier. By the 5th day it was tolerable and after that it's a home run.

So on my 5th time trying to quit smoking, I brought a 6 pack of beer for 4 days straight, necked the lot, got happily drunk at home albeit gagging for a cig. Not being around anyone with a pack of fags in their pocket helped. The next time I was at the pub having a drink with my friends, it was a lot easier to say no. That was about 6 years ago and I'm still not smoking cigs.

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 04, 2014 18:38    Post subject:  

StonedCabbage wrote:
pack of fags in their pocket

Do you know how funny that sounds to an American? Shocked Laughing
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 04, 2014 18:50    Post subject:  

Diet H2O_TSGK wrote:
Haven't tried them but a friend finds them great.

It's not clear what the long term effects of them are as they haven't been tested (and the tobacco companies developed them!) but I reckon they must be better than cigs.

I'm still trying to give up but every time I have a drink (which isn't often) I go back on for a while. Plus, I can buy really cheap cigs where I live now which doesn't help.

I hope they invent something similar for crack cocaine - that would really help you.


It's true that it's not clear what the long term effects are yet but I'd be willing to bet not many. Better than the 60+ deadly chemicals in cigarettes like formaldehyde, arsenic, lead etc. IMO. It's nice not to have smoke smell on my clothes too.
The crack substitute... yeah that was fourth on my list of addictions:
1: cigarettes
2: arson
3: heroin
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 06, 2014 00:27    Post subject:  

I'd press like on all of this if we were on facebook.
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 06, 2014 08:30    Post subject:  

Diet H2O_TSGK wrote:
I hope they invent something similar for crack cocaine - that would really help you.

Fix your gambling issue (this may help reduce your brothel addiction), priority.

StonedCabbage wrote:
So on my 5th time trying to quit smoking, I brought a 6 pack of beer for 4 days straight, necked the lot, got happily drunk at home albeit gagging for a cig. Not being around anyone with a pack of fags in their pocket helped. The next time I was at the pub having a drink with my friends, it was a lot easier to say no. That was about 6 years ago and I'm still not smoking cigs.

Congrats, what about alcoholism?

krazimu wrote:
The crack substitute... yeah that was fourth on my list of addictions:
1: cigarettes
2: arson
3: heroin
4: crack

Non exhaustive list.

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 06, 2014 12:29    Post subject:  

StonedCabbage wrote:
Diet H2O_TSGK wrote:
Haven't tried them but a friend finds them great.

It's not clear what the long term effects of them are as they haven't been tested (and the tobacco companies developed them!) but I reckon they must be better than cigs.

I'm still trying to give up but every time I have a drink (which isn't often) I go back on for a while. Plus, I can buy really cheap cigs where I live now which doesn't help.

I hope they invent something similar for crack cocaine - that would really help you.


Four times I tried to quit. Every time I restarted it was going to pub with mates, having a drink and end up smoking again. In the end I figured the only way to break the cycle was to condition myself not to smoke whilst drinking. Because I'd tried to quit so many times, I knew roughly what my addiction cycle was, which was 4 days. 1st day was o.k. 2nd and 3rd day really difficult, 4th day it started getting easier. By the 5th day it was tolerable and after that it's a home run.

So on my 5th time trying to quit smoking, I brought a 6 pack of beer for 4 days straight, necked the lot, got happily drunk at home albeit gagging for a cig. Not being around anyone with a pack of fags in their pocket helped. The next time I was at the pub having a drink with my friends, it was a lot easier to say no. That was about 6 years ago and I'm still not smoking cigs.


Nice one StonedCabbage it's good you worked out your routine. Smile

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 07, 2014 08:23    Post subject:  

I totally need to party with you guys.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 08, 2014 00:17    Post subject:  

Osiris_TSGK wrote:


krazimu wrote:
The crack substitute... yeah that was fourth on my list of addictions:
1: cigarettes
2: arson
3: heroin
4: crack

Non exhaustive list.


It's a start. Didn't want to list the other 12.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 08, 2014 23:28    Post subject:  

Osiris_TSGK wrote:

Congrats, what about alcoholism?


My liver has not been abused as much as my lungs, I figure its got a few years yet. Twisted Evil

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