None or All. Why I choose none Parade

OBob Gold
Joined: 18 Dec 2008, 23:58

17 Jul 2003, 18:00 #41

Why have you chosen none?
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Joined: 19 Dec 2008, 00:26

17 Jul 2003, 20:14 #42

I have chosen none because i no longer want to be a slave to my nicoteen addiction (i was fed up with not doing anything because i was too busy smoking)
now im FREEEEEEEEEEEEEE thanx to freedom and everyone here (aswell obviously as myself)
strutting my stats 1 month 4 dys 17hrs
yipeee freeeee yqs sally xxxImage
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ComicForces GOLD
Joined: 19 Dec 2008, 00:02

17 Jul 2003, 20:35 #43

I choose to smoke none because I want energy. I want motivation. I want enthusiasm about life. I want to be healthy. I want to feel calm. That's why I choose/have chosen NONE.

Way to go everyone.

4 months 3 weeks 5 days

Parker GOLD
Joined: 18 Dec 2008, 23:58

17 Jul 2003, 23:40 #44

Just returned from a mid-morning walk. There I am striding along, moving briskly, arms a-swinging, breathing deeply of the fresh sun-drenched air, feeling great. I glance over as a woman walks out of an office building. Before the door closed behind her she had a cigarette in her mouth and was busy lighting it up.
I thought about how that woman did not feel great. She was not relaxed. She was not enjoying the fresh sun-drenched air. She was desperate for a fix. That used to be me.
I choose none today because living without withdrawal every 20-30 minutes is grand and wondrous!
ImageParker - choosing freedom every day
13 months
Over 10,000 not smoked
Over $2,300 not spent
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Joined: 18 Dec 2008, 23:58

18 Jul 2003, 07:52 #45

I choose none 0 none 0
because I want to live
CookieImageI have been quit for 9 Months, 4 Days, 20 hours, 26 minutes and 34 seconds (277 days). I have saved $1,944.95 by not smoking 11,114 cigarettes. I have saved 1 Month, 1 Week, 14 hours and 10 minutes of my life.
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So gold
Joined: 18 Dec 2008, 23:58

18 Jul 2003, 08:42 #46

Hmmmm... looks like i missed this one the first and second time around. I see you guys have stolen all my reasons for quitting... except one
I chose to smoke none because:
Like the commersial says: Parce que je le mérite - Because I deserve it!

Thanks Bob.

Totally free for 8 Months 3 Weeks 5 Days 1 Hour 43 Minutes 47 Seconds
Cigarettes not smoked: 6726, Money saved: 20,180 kroner

Suzie2139 Gold
Joined: 19 Dec 2008, 00:31

18 Jul 2003, 10:16 #47

I choose none because:
I enjoy smelling
I enjoy tasting
I enjoy not smelling like smoke
I enjoy the look on my child's face when he says my mom doesn't smoke anymore. (I think he is prouder than me!!)
One year, two days, 22 hours, 51 minutes and 40 seconds. 12878 cigarettes not smoked, saving $3,734.71. Life saved: 6 weeks, 2 days, 17 hours, 10 minutes.

Joined: 18 Dec 2008, 23:59

18 Jul 2003, 14:54 #48

Hi bob
I choose none because smoking is no longer an option
I choose none because i feel great and if it ain,t broke why fix it
I choose none because even one puff opens the doors of addiction
I choose none because i intend to keep my freedom
I choose none because i am too well educated
i choose none because i am nicotine free and don,t have the desire to feed the need.
Blah blah blah,dabler rambles again.
Rickdabler 4 months 1 week 2 days 4hrs happily nicotine free.Image
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Joined: 07 Jan 2009, 19:33

19 Jul 2003, 11:46 #49

Wow!! It's been quite awhile since I checked in. Long story short, lost my log in information when my sister used my computer. Suddenly remembered what it was MONTHS after the fact. *LOL*
Proud to say that I'm STILL choosing none....Image
1 Year 6 Months 2 Weeks 6 Days 23 Hours 46 Minutes 17 Seconds. Cigarettes not smoked: 13063. Money saved: $3,265.95.
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Joined: 18 Dec 2008, 23:57

02 Aug 2003, 22:38 #50

The thought of never being able to have one of these again may seem a tad depressing at first...
Realizing that you never HAVE TO smoke all of these again on a daily basis should be exhilarating.
To insure that you never need to smoke this way again just to stave off a chronic state of perpetual withdrawal
always remember why you first committed and are still committed to never take another puff!