I smoke because I like the flavor

Flo Babe
Flo Babe

July 6th, 2006, 4:24 am #31

Whew! This so clearly shows that cigarettes are one of the most deadly of the addictive drugs on earth. This is the lowest point a person can go with cigarettes.

Thank goodness for this site and Joel. Thank you for bringing it home why we can never ever take another puff.

Two months this Thursday after 42 years of addiction.
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Joel
Joel

October 3rd, 2006, 9:24 pm #32

I saw where a member wrote that sometimes when a person is too ill they are too distracted to think about cigarettes. This may be a true statement for an ex-smoker, but not so likely to be true for an active smoker. I am going to kick up a few posts that make this point clear.
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ANGELINA F
ANGELINA F

April 12th, 2007, 7:53 am #33

I worked in a hospital for 5 years...I saw many people like this...it breaks your heart
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butterflybeth82
butterflybeth82

March 3rd, 2008, 3:01 am #34

Also take a look at what I found on a tobacco site:

Virtually all U.S. cigarettes include common flavors such as cocoa, sugar, licorice and fruit- and mint-based derivatives.

Just coincidence? I think not.
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Lois1755
Lois1755

March 3rd, 2008, 4:06 am #35

Wow, that's some party piece...I'm so glad I've quit.

Lois - Kicking Them Butts and Loving It! for Ten Days, 22 Hours and 4 Minutes, while extending my life expectancy 23 Hours, by avoiding the use of 284 nicotine delivery devices that would have cost me £68.17.
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RReese0
RReese0

March 3rd, 2008, 9:06 pm #36

Cocoa, Vanilla Extract, Almond Bitters and hundreds more make up a cigarette, most added by the manufacturer to make it taste better. Can't imagine what it would taste like without all of that stuff.

I saw this on a tobacco company website - "Smoking is addictive and dangerous".

It took me more than 40 years to get angry about what I was doing to my body as a nicotine junkie. I only hope that I am not too late.


Roger - Nicotine user for 47 years but FREE for Three Months, Twenty Three Days, 12 Hours and 50 Minutes, extending my life expectancy 11 Days and 22 Hours, and avoiding 3436 cigarettes that cost $621.64.
My quit date: November 9, 2007 7:15 PM
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smilingthyme0
smilingthyme0

March 3rd, 2008, 9:17 pm #37

OMG!
Looking at all those ingredients in the Nicotine Sticks in the cold hard light of day - I am shocked and horrified even more than I already was!!! The truth sets me free!
Thank heavens for Freedom!
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John (Gold)
John (Gold)

March 23rd, 2008, 10:25 pm #38

You say you smoked for flavor?
Question: How many taste buds are inside human lungs,
the place you sucked and briefly held all smoke?
Answer: None, Zero, Zilch
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starbirder.ffn
starbirder.ffn

July 12th, 2008, 6:52 am #39

"I smoke for flavor. Or, I smoke to stand out as looking good. The man pictured above, and the thousands of others like him who smoke after losing their voice boxes are classic examples of why people actually smoke. They smoke because they are addicted to nicotine." Joel

This does happens, it happened to my Grandfather, it caused his death, he was never able to read us a story or see us grow up
The other day I saw a mature women purchasing 4 cartons of nicotine and she communicated by an electronical device placed to her throat and BAM..... I was reminded of my Grandfather and I wept when I got in my car!

Its okay to smile, joke and laugh here....we all understand we need the joy, but sometimes we need to remember always,
this QUITTING is serious stuff. Hold your quit tight, you are worth the work!!!!

Living, Laughing and Loving every day with a smile and Never Taking Another Puff..... Star
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Joined: January 16th, 2003, 8:00 am

November 11th, 2008, 7:40 am #40

We smoked because if we didn't we would experience withdrawal.
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FreedomNicotine
FreedomNicotine

February 16th, 2009, 12:14 am #41

Flavor?
The tobacco industry spends billions in order to condition society to believe that smokers smoke because the mini toxic waste dump present in every burning cigarette (43 carcinogins, more than 500 gases and over 3,500 chemical particles) pleases human tastebuds.
Why are the more than 500 flavor additives been identified in cigarettes? Why are they really there? Is there even one flavor additive on the above list that you cannot have by the bowl full without the 43 carcinogens? Why is menthol really used? Could it be for numbing throat tissues and making toxic smoke tolerable?


How many cigarette smokers do you know who don't **** the smoke deep into their lungs and then briefly hold it so that it can transport its captivating cargo?
How many smokers do you know who have even one tastebud inside their lungs?
Haven't you earned the right to self-honesty?
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