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Smokeless
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I just realized yesterday that I am now 2 years Smoke Free.

After many attempts I have succeeded.

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I just realized I'm more in demand and very valuable....I'm an antique!!
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#2
Congrats That is a huge accomplishment
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#3
Glad to hear it, Bompa. Now what other vices can you give up?
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#4
Well done Bompa. It's better for your own health and for everybody around you. On behalf of all the resentful passive smokers out here, can I say Thank You!
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#5
Well done old man! You cannot believe the knock-on positive effect giving up the cancer stick has had on your overall health, and yes, new studies show that even giving them up in one's 60's and 70's still has a massive beneficial effect, sinking heart attack deaths by up to 40%, so, gut gemacht and keep on breathing!
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(06-23-2015, 06:08 AM)DeepBreathing Wrote: Well done Bompa. It's better for your own health and for everybody around you. On behalf of all the resentful passive smokers out here, can I say Thank You!

What he said ! ! !
Congrats!
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#7
Bompa,
Good for you!

My dad started smoking when he was 14 and stopped when he was 72. He lived to be in his 80,s, but did have emphysema.
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#8
Well done! Don't be surprised if the urge to smoke sneaks up on you again--it doesn't last.

Jim
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#9
Hi Bompa,
CONGRATULATIONS! I'm sure it was very rough for you to quit, it's great to hear that you have been smokeless for 2 years.
Keep up the good wor, good jobk.
trish6hundred
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BananaCongratsWell-doneGood-workSHa_clap2

-Ailu
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