Quitting smoking. OC. I quit smoking at the beginning of the month, this is how I feel right now.. Quitting smoking OC I quit at the beginning of month this is how feel right now
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#4 - killerturd
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User avatar #53 to #4 - doesnotcompute
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I know no one cares, but that episode is playing right now on T.V.

I'LL TAKE YOUR RED THUMBS NOW.
#76 to #53 - thejakestone
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you can't reverse psychology me
User avatar #368 to #76 - doesnotcompute
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Well played.
User avatar #55 to #53 - killerturd
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(12/11/2012) [-]
what channel?
User avatar #56 to #55 - doesnotcompute
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KTXL.
User avatar #8 to #4 - beatmasterz
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He looks like that air conditioning repairguy from community
User avatar #5 to #4 - killerturd
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sorry i just had too
User avatar #134 to #4 - gorginhanson
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The funny part is that him from the days of lassie, and then in modern time he was there in the corporate boardroom.


I mean, not now Jerry.
#45 to #4 - fiddyone
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Are ya smokin' yet?
#41 - raspoetin
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It's been 7 months since my last cigarette.    
   
Now I just fap constantly.
It's been 7 months since my last cigarette.

Now I just fap constantly.
#259 to #41 - anon id: bf234bb6
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That's a double win by me; now you won't die of lung cancer OR prostate cancer.
User avatar #219 to #41 - BIGSEXYISBACKAGAIN
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It's been one year six months and 4 days since I quit chewing.
User avatar #274 to #41 - lasmamoe
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(12/11/2012) [-]
Smoking gives you cancer.
Fapping only makes you blind.

I think you made the right choice.
User avatar #244 to #41 - happygrowman
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(12/11/2012) [-]
congrats. you are normal again.
User avatar #119 to #41 - flutterdoc
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so its not just me
#72 to #41 - triggathepirate
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User avatar #6 - RAWRomnomnom
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"Giving up smoking is the easiest thing in the world. I know because I've done it thousands of times." - Mark Twain
User avatar #59 to #6 - Chuckaholic
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That quote is posted so much on my wall by 16 year old girls with their instagram photos. I hate it now because of that. Shame how certain events can ruin good quotes.
#1 - zukabazuka
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Good for you, thought its gonna take a few months or up to a year before you even feel better. During that time your body is going to clean out all the **** from those cigarettes. Its gonna take a while.

On the bright side you save a lot money.
User avatar #3 to #1 - ikachan [OP]
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Oh yeah, my wallet and lungs are going to be quite happy with me :)
User avatar #14 to #3 - thatnerdyguy
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Plus you won't be one of those old people who has those ridiculous coughing fits, where you think they're about to die, and then immediately after lights up a cigarette.
#37 - thisotherdude
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Never tried it in the first place, I just hate the stench from a distance and thus don't even wanna know what it's like directly in your mouth.
Never tried it in the first place, I just hate the stench from a distance and thus don't even wanna know what it's like directly in your mouth.
#83 to #37 - yusay
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You hate the stench?

I hate it on furniture(which is why I think people should just smoke outdoors) but I actually like the smell.
User avatar #87 to #83 - thisotherdude
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You like the smell? How?
#95 to #87 - AcornShouter
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depends on the type of cigarette u smoke. i smoke the cigarette that u actually have to roll by urself and it smells quite rich in my opinion
#92 to #87 - yusay
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Like I said. Not on the furniture. That reeks and I understand why people hate it.

But as a kid I would frequently go outside while my dad was smoking and I liked the smell and still do to this day.
User avatar #215 to #83 - rockamekishiko
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I smoke because i like to but i love the smell when someone else smokes cigs and you're right it stinks real bad on furniture and in cars and that's why i never smoke inside the house or the car.
#216 to #215 - yusay
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Glad I'm not the only one who likes the smell but hates it on furniture.
#285 to #216 - anon id: a4e83d24
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STOP USING ANIME PICTURES U CUNT
User avatar #120 to #37 - EdwardNigma
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My mother smokes. She said she would quit this year. Never did. The smoke hurts my eyes and the smell lingers for ages. Good god.
#177 to #37 - pabloenis
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haha "in your mouth"
#18 - kirluu
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MFW someone asks me for a lighter or cigarette and I'm not a smoker.
MFW someone asks me for a lighter or cigarette and I'm not a smoker.
User avatar #311 to #18 - Screenshotman
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Everyone smokes in texas, it's so bad, I went there once and talked to this guy.
He asks me, "Hey man, you got a cigarette?"
I don't smoke so I said "No."
"Well, here you go!"

Like they just assume I smoke D:
User avatar #19 to #18 - gotboredoflurking
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Take this advice from a smoker, just carry one around with you JUST IN CASE.

You never know when someone is actually just asking you to try and spark up a conversation with you. You could end up meeting a pretty nice person.
User avatar #20 to #19 - kirluu
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I'd rather not be a cigarette pusher. Having to explain why I have cigarettes on me whilst not being a smoker seems terribly troublesome.
User avatar #21 to #20 - gotboredoflurking
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I was referring to the lighter :P
Not having cigarettes on you when you're not a smoker is completely understandable and nobody would expect you to do that.
Guess I should have specified, my bad.
User avatar #22 to #21 - kirluu
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Ah, I see. Well, I suppose it isn't half bad to have a lighter for warmth if need be for that some time - especially now, during winter.
User avatar #23 to #22 - gotboredoflurking
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Exactly! Everbody wins
User avatar #24 to #23 - kirluu
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Except the starving children in Africa :(
User avatar #25 to #24 - gotboredoflurking
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Now now... I'm sure in some round about way your kindness of offering someone a lighter will make them go home, rethink their life and then pass that kindness on to another until eventually someone donates money to a starving child.

Or something like that...
User avatar #50 to #21 - mercurry
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in finland, you gonna get beaten if you don't have a cig when a black person asks you for one.
#208 - bluegmc
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#246 - guywithnopants
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Quite relevant.
Quite relevant.
#349 to #246 - radiserne
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**radiserne rolled a random image posted in comment #210 at Google Yourself **
I've seen him smoke 5 cigarettes now. Still no smoke coming out. That must be some divine lungs
User avatar #252 to #246 - Mesmus
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like a boss
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#51 - thejerseyjenn
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My grandpa, now 72, has smoked since he was 15. Although he never suffered any negative effects from it, it was getting too expensive for him and he quit 2 years ago cold turkey. He hasn't smoked since.
mfw
User avatar #220 to #51 - cfeuer
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You and I are fortunate individuals. mine is 73 and has been smoking since he was 9
but he is always doing yard work and keeping active.
User avatar #363 to #220 - thejerseyjenn
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yes we are.
and what a coincidence mine also has this need to work. When he comes over he rakes the leaves or mows the lawn or chops wood or shovels snow (depending on the season) and there is no stopping him until the job is done
#242 - noutvissers
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Your face when smoking a cigarette after you've stopped for a while.
Your face when smoking a cigarette after you've stopped for a while.
#250 to #242 - anon id: 9eecbec3
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awful truth... i'm gonna smoke right now :(