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  1. Standard membervivify
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    Recently, I've been indulging in a Black & Mild mini cigar on nice days when it's warm. Any smokers here? If so, what?

    I'm not a regular smoker and I don't get cravings, but I'll sometimes spark a cigarette when I buzzed off of a few drinks. Because I don't smoke, I get this "smoker's high" that feels seriously nice when combined with alcohol. People who have quit smoking and then picked up the habit after a long time know what I'm talking about it.
  2. Standard memberMudfinger
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    28 Apr '19 04:101 edit
    @vivify

    I used to chew Copenhagen for years but quit 22 years ago! I'm not posting to harp on tobacco users. I used it, liked it and of course it became habit. I quit on December 25th so every year I celebrate my gift to myself.

    [edit] Oh, and when I first began chewing I too got the tobacky high.
  3. Standard membercaissad4
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    28 Apr '19 04:15
    @vivify said
    Recently, I've been indulging in a Black & Mild mini cigar on nice days when it's warm. Any smokers here? If so, what?

    I'm not a regular smoker and I don't get cravings, but I'll sometimes spark a cigarette when I buzzed off of a few drinks. Because I don't smoke, I get this "smoker's high" that feels seriously nice when combined with alcohol. People who have quit smoking and then picked up the habit after a long time know what I'm talking about it.
    Been smoking cigarettes for 51 years, 4 months, 13 days.
    Menthol lights 100's
    No health problems related to smoking to date
  4. Standard memberHandyAndy
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    @caissad4 said
    Been smoking cigarettes for 51 years, 4 months, 13 days.
    Menthol lights 100's
    No health problems related to smoking to date
    No health problems that you're aware of. Good luck!
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    Tobacco products are bad for you. Friend of mine started using oral tobacco at 12 and lost half his jaw at 22.
  6. Standard memberchessturd
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    Everyone dies.
    Smoke em if you got em.
  7. Gothenburg
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    28 Apr '19 06:46
    @caissad4 said
    Been smoking cigarettes for 51 years, 4 months, 13 days.
    Menthol lights 100's
    No health problems related to smoking to date
    When/if you start noticing health problems, it may be too late for any cure and you wish you had stopped smoking earlier.
  8. Arch Stantons Grave
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    28 Apr '19 07:30
    Most people find some way to kill themselves.

    Fags,booze, over eating, whatever.
  9. Gothenburg
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    @vivify said
    Recently, I've been indulging in a Black & Mild mini cigar on nice days when it's warm. Any smokers here? If so, what?

    I'm not a regular smoker and I don't get cravings, but I'll sometimes spark a cigarette when I buzzed off of a few drinks. Because I don't smoke, I get this "smoker's high" that feels seriously nice when combined with alcohol. People who have quit smoking and then picked up the habit after a long time know what I'm talking about it.
    To answer your question: no, I haven't smoked since 1993.
  10. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    Ghost pops in to wag his finger and look disapprovingly at the smokers.
  11. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    28 Apr '19 08:50
    @torunn said
    To answer your question: no, I haven't smoked since 1993.
    My wife stopped smoking when we met but hasn't stopped smouldering. 😏
  12. Standard memberExecutioner Brand
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    28 Apr '19 11:381 edit
    Mental health patients were once encouraged to smoke as it calmed the patients. It provides known benefits. No man has grown women's breasts from smoking.
  13. SubscriberGhost of a Duke
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    @executioner-brand said
    Mental health patients were once encouraged to smoke as it calmed the patients. It provides known benefits. No man has grown women's breasts from smoking.
    Smoking has done you no harm....

    😵
  14. Arch Stantons Grave
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    @executioner-brand said
    Mental health patients were once encouraged to smoke as it calmed the patients. It provides known benefits.
    A bit like a frontal lobotomy.

    Provided some benefits but had some unpleasant side effects.
  15. Standard memberExecutioner Brand
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    28 Apr '19 12:411 edit
    @the-gravedigger said
    A bit like a frontal lobotomy.

    Provided some benefits but had some unpleasant side effects.
    yes, death can be unpleasant.

    https://japantoday.com/category/national/17-deaths-reported-after-schizophrenia-drug-injections
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