Discussion in 'General Discussions and Lounge' started by Dean!, Jul 26, 2012.
Do you smoke? I smoke about 30 cigs per day..
Nope, wouldnt touch baccy with a ten foot pole. As a student of science (at a low level ) I've seen some fucked up things tobacco does to your body.
I've been smoking for ages now since a young age and I must smoke like 20-30 per day but need to try and quit, it's a dirty addiction.
Yes, sometime. I am trying to quit this habit.
No, and I don't plan to. I think that smoking is a waste of money.
I smoke alot, some one suggest to smoke e-cigarette but i can't leave cigarette..
I smoke 3-5 cigarettes per day name Marlboro !
No, I don't smoke. I'm not a big fan of cigarettes.
On Martin Luther King Day, every year, I celebrate one more year of being smoke free. I have been a recovering nicotine addict for ten years now.
Congratulations . That's quite an accomplishment.
Thank you, I sometimes get the urge to go out and buy a pack. I just think about the many times, I tried unsuccessfully over the thirteen years I was a smoker.
An e cigarette is probably a bit safer for you as well as those around you. These were not an option when I was a smoker. If they were I might have switched to them. I have been doing research online about e cigarettes. I have found overall these are environmentally, and economically friendly.
After I became I recovering addict, I noticed that my body was beginning to feel healthier right away. I have never seen the crazy stuff it can do for your body. This is not what keeps me away. The great feeling of being able to breath, among other things. I have only read online and in books the crazy stuff I put my body through in thirteen years.
Yes, i do smoke but rarely.
about 2 to 3 cigarettes per day.
I am not a regular smoker, but I sometimes smoke if my friend gives me a cigarette.
Smoking is quite cool actually, too bad it is not good for health.
I've just recently quit smoking, actually. It's been a big step for me, as I was at about two packs a day. I've been smoking since I was thirteen.
I don't smoke, never have and never intend to. I'm a singer so I wouldn't want to do anything to weaken my lungs.
I'm also a singer, and smoking didn't inhibit my voice too bad, I'm a tenor 1 and I don't have much trouble hitting the higher notes.
I have smoked for 4 years and I am glad I quit, one of the best decisions of my life. Smoking is one of the worst habits I know, bad for your health, for the ones around you, you spend money, nothing good about smoking!
I agree that smoking is a waste of money. From the numbers that I've seen (http://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/bhcv2/bhcarticles.nsf/pages/Smoking_the_financial_cost), smoking wastes a ton of money that could be spent doing something else. Along with the financial costs, the health risks that smoking brings just isn't worth it.
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