It has been two weeks since my last dip! I have found that I don't have to have my ecig in hand all the time or within arms reach now!
Originally Posted by glassmanoak
Just an update:
Almond Amaretto: 5-10%, 5/5
Apple: 10-15%, 4.5/5
Banana Cream 10%-15%
Banana Nut Bread: 5-7% (Great for mixing)
Bavarian Cream 5%-15%
Bittersweet (Choc): 10-15%, 4/5
Black Cherry: 5-15%, 5/5
Black Honey Tobacco: 3-5%
Blueberry Extra: 6/5 10-13%
Brown Sugar 15-20%
Caramel: 10-15%, 5/5
Caramel Candy: 15-20%, 5/5
Caramel Cappuccino: 1 drop in 10ml base
Updated 08-30-2013 at 07:16 PM by DancingHeretik
[FONT="]As I said originally, in the May of 2010, I started dating J. We had been friends at my undergrad uni and had always had a little flirt. He came to visit me at my postgraduate uni and we got together. He had known for as long as he'd known me (September 2007) that I smoked and it was no big deal at first, although he did ask me not to smoke in my room or too close to him as he had asthma. When I left uni and would regularly go and visit him, he didn't want me to smoke in his house
I was right, I did miss out quite a bit in my first post...
Like I said in my first post, my first attempt at quitting was in the summer of 2005 when I was 19. It was as a result of passing out in my local bakery after my first cig of the day. A few weeks previously to this, I had nearly passed out from my first cig of the day and it was getting embarrassing! I'm a fiend for licorice so I choce the licorice flavour of gum but found myself hardly using it. I knitted like a crazy lady
As I have a few minutes, I thought I'd take this opportunity to explain a little about my smoking and vaping history.
I started smoking on 30th June 2001, one week after my 15th birthday and the same day I travelled to Munich on a school language exchange program and saw Bon Jovi live in the Olympic Stadium. Either Jon Bonjovi is a tiny, tiny man or we were reeeeeeally far back; probably the latter. After the gig, my exchange partner (her nickname was Angel but that is rather misleading