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I finally quit Smoking

Steve
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I finally quit Smoking

Real cigs that Is, Tried an electronic cigarette and haven't looked back since, Have not had a real cig for over 48hrs now and that Is huge coming from a heavy smoker of twenty years. Vaping for now, Same feel, Same hit, Nicotine too and at a fraction of the price and better for your health. Smokers should try them If they haven't already.
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Good for you Steve. Oh and be careful going on any bus!  Shocked Grin
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well done pal i quit 10 yr ago and last week while watching david hay fight at a mates party ... i er............. had one :S really enjoyed it too lol
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Well done Steve and keep it up, it'll be well worth it.
Both of my 'kids' are vaping now and have been for some time.
I do wonder about Quit Smoking clinics and when they eventually become redundant will they turn into Quit Vaping clinics.
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I do wonder about Quit Smoking clinics and when they eventually become redundant will they turn into Quit Vaping clinics.
I guess time will tell, E-Cigs could be banned from UK In summer next year!
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That's excellent.
SWMBO now rarely uses the ecig either having used it to give up smoking.

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Hi Steve, that's great, I'd like to give it a go myself.  Which one did you use if you don't mind me asking?
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Hi Steve, that's great, I'd like to give it a go myself.  Which one did you use if you don't mind me asking?
I first tried one of the Electric Zebra disposables and then I bought the premier pack, Seems they are out of disposables at the moment though.
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Well done Steve  Smiley
I packed up over 24 years ago - pneumonia and a life support system was all it took  Roll eyes
SWMBO still smokes so we  do the Adinkerke run twice a year  Sad
Thought about getting her some E-Lites to try.
Edit - I see the ones you're using are flavoured.
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Edit - I see the ones you're using are flavoured.
Yes they are tobacco flavoured, My other half has a kit coming though from another company that has cherry and vanilla flavours and you can also get them with zero nicotine.
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I gave up around 1971. I just gave away a freshly opened packet of 20 woodbines to a work colleague one morning and never smoked since.
My daughter uses nicotine free cartridges in her e-cigarette.
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I gave up around 1971. I just gave away a freshly opened packet of 20 woodbines to a work colleague one morning and never smoked since.
Very good and a really wise decision, Were you a heavy smoker before you gave up? I gave up about 8 years ago ( cold turkey ) and found It extremely hard and smoked when I was out socialising and then I just started up again, I gained two stone In weight as well for giving up.
With the e-cigarette though Its surprisingly easy, I wish I had know about It sooner.
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I wasn't what you would call a heavy smoker at around 15 a day and I can't honestly say I particularly enjoyed it being more of a social smoker.
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Well Done Steve,,,..... add this as a real achievement in respect of where you were a year ago.....
I was a medium/heavy smoker, being in the R.N. I started smoking before I joined, when I was 14... after completing basic training, we were "issued" with 200 duty free cigs per month... ( we did have to buy them, but at greatly reduced price being duty free).... at some stages I was smoking 30 a day... like strat, more of a "social thing" than for enjoyment. .... eventually gave up after three years of gradually cutting down per daily count..... . I can still remember the last one I had, ... it was on a sunny saturday morning, about 8.30 the last one in the pack, and I did not go to the shop to get any more... that was about 25 years ago.... only had one since then, about 2 years after I stopped,... tasted vile, and put me off asking for another ! ! ! ..