Everyone's goals with vaping are different. I often get asked if I will "do that forever". The short answer is yes.
But a whole new situation arises with the dichotomy of quiting..Some folks can start vaping and get so optimistic that they quit all together, but much too early..
Especially considering my close friend did this exact same thing. She took a puff off of my 510 when I first began vaping and instantly loved it. Long story short she ended up with my
Updated 12-31-2012 at 08:26 AM by SethGrimm
Finally, I don't have to make another new year's resolution that is about quitting smoking! Usually I'd make this resolution and then completely fail by the evening of Jan 1 or so.
I have wanted to quit smoking for a few years. I knew that it was bad for my health and I was tired of burning my hair, clothing, car, and stinking like an ashtray. I did have a successful quit about 10 years ago. I used the patch for a few weeks, then decided to cold turkey it. It was hard, and I was obsessed
My dilapidated old computer and my matching self have had a few setbacks. Thus I am over the moon that it has decided not only to favor me by sputtering to life, but permit me the long-denied luxury of cyber-squeezing every one of my dear adoptees till you squeak!
You all live every minute in my thoughts and prayers, your good wishes sustaining my spirit even through those moments most illustrative of the concept of "opportunity for improvement."
My upgrade process,
It's 9:30pm and the phone rang. It was one of those "on the behalf of (our bank)" telemarketers.
Telemarketer: Hi may I speak to (Aarons name)
Me: He isn't available
Telemarketer: May I speak to Heather (horrible mispronunciation of my last name)
Telemarketer: Hi Mrs. Co-bull....
Me: Ko-bell (it's how it's pronounced)
Telemarketer: (goes on with spiel and every single time she says my last name she doesn't say
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Updated 12-28-2012 at 01:38 AM by hvac999