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Discussion in 'V.C.'s Parlor' started by Blues256, Apr 30, 2021.
Sounds like it’s time to treat yourself to a nice new guitar!
Congrats @Blues256 you have her whipped.
I quit smoking several times. Nothin to it.
I did... guitar and whole new rig this month !
Happy Anniversary @Blues256 !
Congrats I’m going on 5 yrs quit.
Good for you!!! I never really did smoke, uh cigarettes, but ......... I stopped drinking 3 years ago and dont miss that either. Keep it up!
I did the math and I've saved over fifty grand by quitting smoking twenty-six years ago.
Now if I'd only invested that in the stocks I liked, along the way, I would have been that much closer to retirement. Plus I'm still alive.
Again I was a heavy chain smoker so I would be afraid to figure out how much I've spent.
I quit in '95 after 20 years of choking on cigs.....It is sure nice to be able to double step up a flight of stairs and not be out of breath at the top.
I'd rather "Have Another Hit........of Fresh Air"
Good job, keep on stayin' quit.
I've never smoked (and I never will), but I'm happy to congratulate someone who succeeds in quitting. !
Tried many times. I don't wanna be a quitter. I enjoy smoking. I'll never stop.
Well, i did save a lot too. So happy now haha
I quit lefties back in the late 90s .
Well done man, thats great going.
I was off them for 6 years and bought loads of guitars, pedals and an amp or two with the money saved, sadly this year Ive started smoking cigars so I need to give myself a shake and kick this before it becomes a stupid habit again...
Works for this guy.....
i quit after 35 years via vaping, only thing that worked after i tired everything for 20+ years
last cigarette the day the liquid nicotine arrived from overseas, pressed the button on the ecig, and never lit another cigarette
a few friends seeing how easy it was for me had same experience (pressed a button, never smoked again, and then went nicotine free) and conquered smoking too
self mixed my ejuice, so i could control the nicotine %, and gradually reduced it in my mix,
went nicotine free on my birthday 3 years ago, first time since i was 11, that i had a birthday with no nicotine in my body
been ciggie free for just over 6 years now, now i am focused on fitness, havent been out of
breath is years..
Im 50 soon, so its never too late to quit...
p.s. Its also how i afforded an SRV Strat , a $1,600 pedalboard and my first tube amp...
Congratulations! That is a definite achievement that you should be proud of! I quit on Jan 1, 1989 when the price of cigarettes hit $3 for a 25 pack here in Canada. Ridiculous. Now I sometimes buy a 20 pack for my wife and it's nearly $20!! I keep telling her that at nearly a pack a day that aside from the health issues, that would be a new car payment to try to get her to quit but she's tried and failed so many times. Sigh...hopefully someday.
I quit drinking 11 years ago and smoking 10 years.Saved a crap load of money have a nice car now,lots of toys I.e. guitars ,stereo equipment ,telescope ,tools ,records,you know ,all the fun stuff.But most important of all I feel healthier aside from the regular aches and pains.
You'd hate Australia, try $30 per pack and up....
Some people must be working just to smoke, its a grim thought