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    I've smoked for 20 years.  My wife and i have kind of been thinking about quitting, but it's obviously tough.  she bought a starter kit of Blu e-cigs this weekend.  i tried it out--definitely doesn't compare to a real cig, but it might work.  i just am concerned i'll look like a real d-bag smoking a fake cig. 

    then i saw an ad for Blu cigs featuring world famous and acclaimed screen actor Stephen Dorff.  You don't get much cooler than Dorff. 

    MAN for that kind of thing U got to go Back to the Old boxes from back when!! In those days we would bring are AMPS to the lake and wnen U tilt the Cab down by the water U can see the ****************in DENT it made! With the waves coming off it and Everything ****************!!!!! NOwadays they all play in there Dens and home bars or watever kind of **************** they get up to

  • #2
    Just man up and quit like a big boy, you have kids.


    • onyxrhino
      onyxrhino commented
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      Good luck on quitting man. Electronic cigarettes never worked for me. Just made it easier to smoke in hotels. I cut back while I was smoking them, but as soon as I stopped, I was back to smoking the real thing just the same as always.

      The only thing that worked for me was cold turkey and I never thought I would be that guy who could just quit like that but it turned out to be alot easier than I thought. The key, I think, is those first couple of weeks, and just every moment you want to go grab a cigarette, you force yourself to do something else. Just keep telling yourself the need is temporary, it will get better, and it does. I still dreamed about smoking all the time for the first 6-7 months, but even that fades.

    • macadood
      macadood commented
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      companyman wrote:
      Just man up and quit like a big boy, you have kids.


      seriously...when you have babies you know its time to quit for srs.


      and yes, you'l look like even more of a douchenozzle smoking ecigs

  • #3
    Are they true bypass? I want to make sure there's no buffer to mess up my air tone when I turn the cigarette off.


    • #4
      You should quit. Cigarettes are the absolute dumbest ****************ing thing on this planet.
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      • cryptosonic
        cryptosonic commented
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        Take up a pipe. It is even more brutally annoying than cigarettes to the people around you, plus it imparts that sweet intellectual style.

    • #5

      Tron, chill out a bit please.


      Bob, it's not easy to quit, but you'll thank yourself once you've done it. I quit three (or was it four?) years ago this month, and it's one of the best things I ever did. I used Chantix, which definitely helped, but the side effects are brutal. The method you use isn't the important thing really - just find what works for you and do it!



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      • #6
        Whatever your method good luck with quitting bob. You got dis!
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        • goodhonk
          goodhonk commented
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          they'll have to pry my cigarettes out of my dead wrinkly tar stained fingers before i quit.

      • #7

        I quit for 10 years. Then after a good night of drinking or should I say bad night I started again. Friends I had met within those 10 years were freaked out I was smoking. I am glad to say, it's been 2 1/2 years since I smoked. For me, everytime it was cold turkey. The very first time I tried, I smoked cigars which led me back to cigs. I like to say, "A woman got me back to smoking while a different one got me off of it as she wouldn't put up with it."  Good luck breaking the old nasty habit. I remember way back when the excuse I used for not stopping was, "I enjoy smoking."

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        • AimmarCair
          AimmarCair commented
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          I have super bad lung problems/have since I was a child.

          In and out of hospital and lots of other shenanigans. They always asked me if I smoked which is a ridiculous idea to me.

          Still, now my liver is giving up too so now I'm thinking about hitting up those e-cigs to deal with the stress.

      • #8

        i quit smoking cigarettes using the crystal meth-od.


        once i started meth, i didn't even notice my nicotine cravings anymore.  plus since i blew all my money on meth i couldn't have afforded them anyway.  and children are never a problem on the crystal meth-od because after the first few months you end up selling them all for scientific experiments.

        so meth = win,win...win!


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        • #9


          I quit smoking right after Christmas so I would have the holiday break to detox.

          I quit beer, cigs, coffee...all at once.

          By Jan. 2, I was pretty well ready to get started anew.

          After a couple weeks, I tried a couple beers to see if I would want a cigarette...

          no problem... even after more than a few beers.


          As soon as I tried a cup of coffee, I needed to get a ciggy.

          I think quitting is all about eliminating "triggers", like the coffee.


          • Player99
            Player99 commented
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            I quit coffee and soft drinks about a year before cigs. When I quit soft drnks booze followed. So now I don't do anything but stay fit and healthy... fffffffuuuuccccckkkkkkk

        • #10
          smoke weed instead


          • Hiwatt Bob
            Hiwatt Bob commented
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            still haven't had a real smoke in like what 3 weeks.  thank you stephen dorff!