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jonmo1 posted here about his new found job (congratulations by the way) and mentions this:

Fortunately no "bad habbits" surfaced during the 6 month stint.
These Ecigs really work, going on a year now.

Maybe he can comment here also would be great to hear from anyone else that has tried this product.

Thank you
 

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My only advice would be to avoid anything that offers a "free trial", and the ads on TV. Those are the biggest sources of scams.

They say free trial, but you have to sign up for a "service" and your credit card is billed $XX every month, and they send you supplies (no where near enough).


Visit the forum that I linked in the other thread..
http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/

Do some research, there are tons of helpfull people there.

11 months now smoke free...Woo Hoo.
 
I haven't tried the ecigs, but stopped for 11 months after reading Allen Carr's book.

http://allencarr.com/

He just takes every excuse you can have for carrying on and shoots your argument down in flames. Worked for me (for a while anyway).
 
If I can quit, anyone can quit!

I smoked like a friggin smoke stack for over 35yrs.

The last 20 yrs I smoked AT LEAST 2 PACKS PER DAY and quite often 3 PACKS PER DAY.

That is totally ridiculous!

So, being a spreadsheet geek I looked at how much money I was spending on smokes per month when smokes got over $50/carton.

:eek:

The number was staggering!

That's all she wrote. I just decided to quit. Cold turkey.

You know what?

It was so easy. No problem at all. No withdrawl, no nothin'.

It's been almost a year since I've had a smoke and I don't miss it at all. Period!

So, if I can do it, you can do it!

Do it!

:LOL:
 
Well life is short. I know two different people from which sadly the non-smoker died earlier.
It's no use if you don't smoke but have all kind of other bad habits...
 
I just prefer to smoke a good old tobacco pipe from time to time. It is a HECK of a lot cheaper than cigs, and from what I can tell of the year I've smoked a pipe, it isn't chemically addictive like cigarettes... though I only smoke maybe once every couple of weeks.

Tastes amazing, the smell of the pipe tobacco usually doesn't turn people away (especially when I have a good cherry-vanilla blend), and since I puff rather than inhale, the risk of lung cancer is nearly nonexistant. It is so relaxing to just sit outside after a long week to smoke a pipe and drink some scotch.
 

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