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post #31 of 39 (permalink) Old 08-13-2010, 09:57 AM
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I'm chewing still, it's more relaxing I guess then anything else, I really only chew at work and that's it. I got in the habit when I was hunting all the time.
That's exactly my problem. I'll quit for several months, then I go hunting or fishing and start right back up. Copenhagen is a very hard thing to quit imo. I'm one moody bastard when I'm quitting.
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I smoked for about 5 years, was smoking 25 or so a day. Then randomly decided to quit one day about 2 years ago. First week was hell. First time getting drunk with mates was worse. After that it was easy for me.
I have smoked for about a year now and I just recently tried to quit. But as you said, it is very hard at a party. I love to drink and smoke so I picked it back up again.


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I does make you wonder what was going through his head when he initially gave the kid one..
The fact that he gave him a cigarette makes me think that there wasn't that much going through the man's head.

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I have smoked for about a year now and I just recently tried to quit. But as you said, it is very hard at a party. I love to drink and smoke so I picked it back up again.
I found that it's not that hard when I'm drinking. Since I'm chewing now, I've actually cut back on how much I chew. I guess getting into the gym really forced me to quit smoking before the COPD killed me. It's been hell on my cardio though.
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I've never smoked habitually. There's too many other things I could be overspending on.

My husband claims to have cut back on how much he chews. I don't nag him, because he knows how I feel about it. He works outside so he can pretty much do it all day, and I think he does.


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Working in an office setting, it's hard to chew and spit without bothering some other people but I just keep a bottle of mountain dew next to my monitor and spit quietly. I don't chew that often when at home because my wife and kids hate it.

Making so many changes the last few months in my life between health and deciding to get in the cage next weekend for my first MMA fight has really shaken things up in my house. Quiting smoking was a huge thing to my wife but I don't know what scared her more, me telling her that I'm fighting in the cage or that I quit smoking so I could do it.
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I found that it's not that hard when I'm drinking. Since I'm chewing now, I've actually cut back on how much I chew. I guess getting into the gym really forced me to quit smoking before the COPD killed me. It's been hell on my cardio though.
I don't think that I could ever chew. I don't get grossed out by it, but I don't think that I could get myself to do it.


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It was a old friend of mine that actually started me chewing back in High School. We were always working on my car that I raced at the strip and sometimes the street and since it was running a very high level of octane fuel, we never smoked around it.

I used to see a lot of women that chewed when I was up north during hunting season, not beastly looking women either, just didn't want the smoke oder on them since we didn't have showers up in that neck of the woods and we were there for weeks at a time, guess the deer and bear were used to the human body oder.
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i love smoking. i go through phases. i had my first when i was 13 and have smoked on and off since then. i'm not sure why but i just lose interest and then don't smoke for months or years, and sometimes i am interested and smoke for a few weeks or months.
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