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  1. #101
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    Smoke what?

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    I smoked for ten years. I quit about 3 or 4 months ago. I'm quite happy about it but I'm not going to give myself any medals of achievement until it's been at least a year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forgetful Functor View Post
    I smoke marijuana frequently and cigarettes occasionally (mostly when drinking).

    I look forward to the day when weed is legalized in the US (it'll happen in our lifetimes, believe it!) because I want to have a more personal relationship with my pot by growing my own.

    Depending on how things go over in California, we might see a second mass migration... 'California Green Rush' anyone?
    fuck yea, I'm gonna get my license soon. fuck tobacco but I'm addicted, I can quit weed for months and I've done over a year, but ciggs.... unbelievable... probably tried quitting 5 or so times already, bullshit, don't even smoke ciggs if you arn't addicted the addiction and withdrawal is really BAD.

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    I never thought I would smoke cigs, but as soon as I turned 18, I picked up the habit instantly.

    But I just switched to electric cigarettes, which use water vapor instead of smoke, and they are the best thing ever. Fuck cancer.

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    You can chew nicotine gum as a substitute as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alwar View Post
    You can chew nicotine gum as a substitute as well.
    Just not as satisfying as taking a drag of something, and expensive, I imagine.

    With e-cigs, it's basically free. You just get a small bottle of nicotine liquid and it lasts for weeks/months.

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    Wow, that electric cigarette thing is kind of fascinating--I just looked it up. So it doesn't smell, either?
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    Smoking has to be the stupidest everyday activity millions of people participate in.

    "Hi, I'd like to hand over thousands of dollars to a giant corporation in return for an addiction to a substance that harms my health and doesn't even get me as buzzed as half a beer."

    Strange.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallulah View Post
    Wow, that electric cigarette thing is kind of fascinating--I just looked it up. So it doesn't smell, either?
    No smell really. I have cherry flavor, and I guess the vapor has a faint cherry scent if you put your nose right into it, but after it dissipates it's gone.

    Best thing ever. I predict it will get pretty popular, I've already converted my smoker friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    No smell really. I have cherry flavor, and I guess the vapor has a faint cherry scent if you put your nose right into it, but after it dissipates it's gone.

    Best thing ever. I predict it will get pretty popular, I've already converted my smoker friends.
    That sounds pretty good to me.

    Although there are worse things than the smell of tobacco. I used to avoid bars because the smell of smoke made me feel ill. Now there is a smoking ban in all public areas here and one can smell what all that smoke was masking.

    It ain't cherries.
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