Time Smoke-Free: 181 days, 4 hours, 9 minutes and 6 seconds

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  1. neutral

    neutral New Member

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    Time Smoke-Free: 181 days, 4 hours, 9 minutes and 6 seconds

    Cigarettes NOT smoked: 3623 [​IMG]Lifetime Saved: 27 days, 16 hours [​IMG]Money Saved: $814.50


    :cool:
  2. jim9112

    jim9112 New Member

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    that is fantastic. i just quit chewing tobacco. had my last pinch of skoal yesterday. i hope i have the same kind of success as you
  3. scottjb

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    Nice! Keep it going.
  4. n99hockey

    n99hockey Moderator Staff Member

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    wow congrats!
    keep up the good work!!
  5. neutral

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    Thanks guys :laugh2:
  6. chris

    chris Administrator Staff Member

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    Keep it up. Savings + health are a pretty good combo. So, it's almost like 2K over a year.
  7. smaulz

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    Awesome! Congrats! Had my last one midnight, New Years Eve, 2000.
  8. neutral

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    Well the health is a plus, I can run again :)

    But the savings, not so much. I spend it on toys now. Since November I've bought my Zune, Q, Snowboard, Bindings, and Snowboarding Boots all with money I would've spent on smokes :eek:

    I'd much rather have the toys though. :2cool:
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    good job.... i quit the day my wife told me she was pregnant, january of '03... honestly, i still miss it regularly, especially with my sister here who smokes.

    i will win this battle.... so will you.
  10. neutral

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    :thumbup:

    Feels good though, right?
  11. rudeboy

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    besides from the fact that i cough a lot more after i quit... yea it does feel good not to be depending on a little paper "stick".

    how did you get the stats like that ?
  12. scottjb

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    I probably shouldn't admit this, but I think I had my last one in 1985.
  13. neutral

    neutral New Member

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    www.quitnet.com has a calculator
  14. neutral

    neutral New Member

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    i was 4 years old then :tounge:

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