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    Default Resetting the meter :-(

    Unfortunately, I fell off the wagon for a while after I moved. Bought my first house, did a horrible job of packing, and was completely clueless as to how much stuff I would have to do! I have finally settled down and reset my signature banner. 8 months of hard work down the tubes. These are all horrible excuses though, cuz I could have just bought some ego's, but I didn't so here I am starting all over.

    But I think it will be ok, because I do not want to be a smoker, and feel pretty crappy about myself for falling off the wagon. I'm going to have to go through the cravings all over again now, grrrr!
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    Your Human, and back on the wise choice. Congrats.

    Hope u used worcheshester sauce on that Heart?


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    It happens, important thing is that you are back on track!

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    If that's the worse thing you've ever done, you're a lot better person than I am. Stinkies ain't illegal, just stupid to use, it's all good, you are doing the right thing.

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    Sometimes you do what you have to do. Nothing in life is ever perfect. Just get back to vaping and you will be healthier and a lot less smelly.


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    Happens to everyone it's just a smoke. And moving is stressful as hell

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    Myeeeh, don't fret it. It's totally no big deal, and you're no less a ' person for it. There are no tubes, and nothing has gone down them. How'd the move go?
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    Ah thanks for making me feel better guys :P

    Thankfully the move went smoothly, I wish I could snap my fingers and all the boxes would unpack though
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    Those eight months weren't wasted. You still avoided all those analogs. So you smoked a pack or two or whatever it was, did you smoke 4800 cigs? if you were a PAD smoker that's what you would have smoked in that time if you hadn't taken up vaping.
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    What they all said. See my sig? I'm afraid to restart my counter because I've fallen off TWICE, and each time I put the smokes down, I started the counter fresh. I still consider myself essentially quit for all that time, because my relapse each time was less than 3 weeks. Still, I'm waiting to hit 53 days smoke free (the length of my last quit) before I change my counter again. Less than 10 days to go...

    The main thing is getting back on and doing your best to stay there.
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