Never calculated this before, but I used to smoke like 10,000 cigs a year

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  1. Gato del Jugo

    Gato del Jugo ProVarinati ECF Veteran

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    That sort of surprises me & creeps me out.. :blink:
     
  2. TheReign

    TheReign Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Wow, I think im going to do mine right now.
     
  3. TheReign

    TheReign Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Wow 7300... Never thought of it like that before ever... Scary
     
  4. FourWinds

    FourWinds Super Member ECF Veteran

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    If you put your old brand end to end, and multiplied by the number of years, how far would they reach?
     
  5. codeninja

    codeninja Full Member

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    I was at about 7100 smokes a year. If the average time each one took to smoke was say 6 minutes, then I wasted 42,720 minutes a year or 29.67 days smoking those things. I smoked for 20 years. That is a lot of time I would like to have back!


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  6. cbrite

    cbrite Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I think of all the money I burned up every time I see my banner. And what is worse, I probably let a good bit of that $$ burn up when I just left a cig in the ashtray and it burned itself out. UGH!!!
     
  7. powerband

    powerband Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    Not complaining but just sayin that I'm spending at least 3X more on vape toys & DIY juice flavorings than cigars or smokes ever cost me LOL! fun hobby though! :ohmy:
     
  8. freeatlast!

    freeatlast! Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I used to keep a large coffee can on my front porch and another on my balcony, for cig butts. When it would be full, I'd look at the huge number of butts in there and think about what abuse I was doing to myself.....thousands and thousands of those cancer sticks, years and years of that. And yet, I couldn't stop and didn't really want to most of the time. :(:blink:

    After almost a week into my 6th month of not smoking, my tracker says I've saved (extended?) a week and almost 4 days of my life....don't know how true that really is after 47 years of smoking, but I'm SO GLAD not to be smoking anymore!!!!!!!!!!!!

    In my case, it's not about the money....!
     
  9. mare ze dotes

    mare ze dotes Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    I don't even look at my banner any more. The enormity of the numbers is more depressing than encourageing. Time to buy that big screen TV. I un-smoked for it. Cheer me up?
     
  10. Anjaffm

    Anjaffm Dragon Lady ECF Veteran

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    I never counted them up - but at approx 24 cigarettes a day, I must have smoked a lot of them in a year.

    BUT
    Now I'm free :)
     
  11. MorpheusPA

    MorpheusPA Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    20,800 per year (I was a really heavy chain smoker).

    Since I smoked 100's, that means they'd reach 2,080,000 mm per year, or 2080 meters. Which is 1.3 miles.
     
  12. glasseye

    glasseye Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    You want to get really creeped out? Multiply how many cigarettes you smoked a year by how many years you smoked.
    A little over 1/4 of a million. Holy crap.:ohmy:
     
  13. skoony

    skoony Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    14,6000 a year
     
  14. Botomline

    Botomline Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    730,000 since I started, give or take a couple. I'm stunned... but delighted I found this before it got even larger.
     
  15. AlB53

    AlB53 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I realy don't want to add mine up...
     
  16. Flt Simulation

    Flt Simulation Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    ME .....

    2 packs a day (40 cigarettes) x 365 days in a year = 14, 600

    x 40 years of smoking = 584,000 cigarettes!

    More than a half a million !
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    How my lungs are even still working is beyond belief!
     
  17. eebant

    eebant Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    12,775 a year times 40 plus years. Yikes....It's a wonder I can actually breathe.
     
  18. Maurice Pudlo

    Maurice Pudlo Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    295,650 of the things have passed through my lungs in my lifetime, give or take a few I suppose for those long nights when smoking in a club or bar was still cool and I'd burn through them at a couple packs a night.

    At $2.25 a pack (a simple average of cost per pack when I started and today's price) I blew $33,260.63 worth of hard earned cash on a product that did nothing good for my health. I have a couple zippo lighters and an ashtray to show for it now, if I quit vaping today I would at least have more to show for my money in the form of cool vape gear.

    To put this in prospective, my first home loan was for less than my lifetime smoking expenditure. Kinda makes me a bit ill knowing that.

    It is what it is ... rather it is what it was, but no more.

    Maurice
     
  19. doghair

    doghair Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I was doing my bills recently and started having a panic attack because I had too much money left. I was crawling over everything looking for what I missed. heh heh, I missed the trip to the reservation for cigs.
     
  20. Iffy

    Iffy Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Approaching 35 months 'bakky free...


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    BTW, that 41K number is a very effective jaw dropper when 'educating' da smokers!
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