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Any Day Is A Good Day To Quit!

today I ask her if she can eat curry?

she says she is allergic to curry and the last time she had it, she had to be taken to the hospital.

So I make the dish, Chicken Divan W/O Mayo, and take it to her, and tell her there is curry in it.

Well, as it turned out, she loved it and she wasn't allergic.

For 40 years she thought she was allergic to curry.

My Point?

If you think you can't do something, you won't.

Take a chance on living without cigarettes (or not living, from what I now know.

You might be happily surprised!

Stick a butt up their butt and LIGHT IT WITH A BIG TORCH!

Choose Life.........Quit Smoking!


Got Elgg?

Posted by jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007 Oct 27, 2010


The beginning of a quit is a fragile time. I was just wondering.

I thought .... well I don't want to give anyone  ideas....LOL

You know how to quit smoking?


Quit Smoking!




Relax with quitting.

when you get uptight just realize its the old addiction working on you.

recognize it and allow yourself to relax.

go outside close your eyes and feel the sun or the moon and the air on your face and take in some

good deep breaths.

Give yourself that same 5 minutes you would have taken to smoke.

realize its just a decision, and move forward

I just read where someone was using the patch and had gone through all three dosage levels

and still felt helpless.

I got the opinion he thought he didn't have to do anything but wear the patch to quit.


The patch can get you through some tough times while you learn what memories and emotions

drove you to smoke. You need to start getting a handle on the psychological part of quitting from

the beginning so you know what to do when a crave rears its head or you're under stress and

want to give in. then you can tackle getting off the nicotine.

I used 10 patches during my first 14 days and then stopped.them

by then I knew that smoking was only a decision each and every time and that I could decide not to

You are not doing yourself any favor using a nicotine replacement unless there is hope of getting off it.

Don't depend on it so much.

Use it.



You don't need that smoke with your coffee or after dinner.

you don't need that smoke when you've been in a car accident.


We brainwashed ourselves with this "i need one now" thinking.

the only way to successfully quit is to start realizing that what you think of smoking

when you smoke and why you smoke was a learned process with you finally smoking aimlessly.

you might actually enjoy one or two cigarettes of all the ones you smoke in a day but what about

the other 18-22?

Think about it. Start restructuring and keep it up.

You can be an ex smoker in 4 months.

So how many years did you smoke?

Doesn't 4 months seem a small price to free yourself of this addiction?

Keep them away from your face


40 years of living up in smoke.


Off Topic

Posted by jonescarp.aka.dale.Jan_2007 Oct 22, 2010

A woman befriended a homeless woman and allowed her to sleep in her car


about 10 months ago the homeless woman died in the car and the car owner


just put a box of baking soda in the car and drove around with the woman in the


passengers seat for almost a year.


She says she didn't know what to do.

they didn't say whether she was a smoker but i got a feeling

Lets hear it and no smoking over this LOL

Don't forget this

or the mini marshmallows and bamboo skewers for your new diet

We kill ourselves a little bit each day we smoke






Don't Give Up On Yourself......You are the only one who can


It's in your hands

A few years before I quit I had just gotten off a real emotional phone call with a client

I was so angry I went out on the front porch to have a smoke

The wind blew the door shut and I was locked out No keys no money no cell no shirt and no shoes.& NO CIGS

I managed to get the drivers door of my truck open with a couple roofing stapes from the back I had bent straight.

so I thought, my wife and daughter were somplace local and I put a screwdriver in the ignition and started driving.

I really wanted a smoke by now so I started fishing through the ashtray and found about 6 butts

that still had a few puffs on them.

Well, whats a smoker to do in a situation like this?  Yeah, it was  bad. Nasty.

I drove around a couple hours and finally I went home, took the glass slats out of a wiindow and threw my body inside.

Of course the family showed up 5 minutes after I got in.

Wher'd My Money Go?

Gettin' close to a grand and I'd like it im my hand

swhat I saved from no butt's, nowa havta make a fuss.

It's not here it's not there, I don't see it anywhere

where did my, money go?  Well I guess I'll never know

Where's my money, this ain't funny

and I really want that grand.

Want it now,

gimmee gimmee

put it right here in my hand

Doesn't seem like a lot but it makes me really hot

cause my gadget reminds,  of something I can't finz

Maybe I should forget    go refund my nicorette

But I only have 6,   Dey won't take 'em back I bet

Where's my money, this ain't funny

and I really want that grand.

Want it now

gimmee gimmee

put it right here in my hand





We Can Help But You Have To Come Here  BEFORE you smoke !


You don't even think about smoking until you are trying to quit.

It's Probably A Guy!

they have been here 3 years. Never responded to anyone. Never posted a blog,



Visit My Clinic

Sewnya Lips-Shut, s.m.s.




If my method doesn't work my partner Loozure Arms can surely help.

Do I feel lucky?  Well..... do Ya?


You may feel like the quitter keeps using all the tp and not letting you know

Its A Great Day For A Hundred Year Quit... Go For It!



we will be the hive of the new site  the  ...INSECURITY GUARDS


Ask BRUNHILDA  about the pay.


Mweh heh heh heh heh heh

Just don't get too close !!!


Sack Lunches

I put my carry-on in the
luggage compartment and sat down in my assigned seat.

It was going to be a long flight.

'I'm glad I have a good book to read. Perhaps I will get a short nap,' I thought.

Just before take-off, a line of soldiers came down the aisle and filled all the vacant seats, totally surrounding me.

I decided to start a conversation.

'Where are you headed?' I asked the soldier seated nearest to me.
'Petawawa. We'll be there for two weeks for special training, and then we're being
deployed to Afghanistan.'

After flying for about an hour, an announcement was made that sack lunches were available for five dollars.
 It would be several hours before we
reached the east, and I quickly decided a lunch would help pass the time...

As I reached for my wallet, I overheard a soldier ask his buddy if
he planned to buy lunch. 'No, that seems like a lot of money for just a sack lunch.
Probably wouldn't be worth five bucks.I'll wait till we get to base.'

His friend agreed.

I looked around at the other soldiers. None were buying lunch. I walked to the back of the plane and handed the flight attendant a fifty dollar bill.

'Take a lunch to all those soldiers.'

She grabbed my arms and squeezed tightly. Her eyes wet with tears, she thanked me.

'My son was a soldier in Iraq; it's almost like you are doing it for him.'

Picking up ten sacks, she headed up the aisle to where the soldiers were seated. She stopped at my seat and asked, 'Which do you like best - beef or chicken?'
'Chicken,' I replied, wondering why she asked. She turned and went to
the front of plane, returning a minute later with a dinner plate from first class.
'This is your thanks.'
After we finished eating, I went again to the back of the plane,

heading for the rest room. A man stopped me. 'I saw what you did. I want to be part of it.  Here, take this.' He handed me twenty-five dollars.

Soon after I returned to my seat, I saw the Flight Captain coming down
the aisle, looking at the aisle numbers as he walked, I hoped he was not looking for me, but noticed he was looking at the numbers only on my side of the plane. When he got to my row he stopped, smiled, held out his hand and said, 'I want to shake your hand.' Quickly unfastening my seatbelt I stood and took the Captain's hand.

With a booming voice he said, 'I was a soldier and I was a military pilot. Once, someone bought me a lunch. It was an act of kindness I never forgot.' I was embarrassed when applause was heard from all of the passengers.

Later I walked to the front of the plane so I could stretch my legs.

A man who was seated about six rows in front of me reached out his hand, wanting to shake mine. He left another twenty-five dollars in my palm.

When we landed I gathered my belongings and started to deplane.
Waiting just inside the airplane door was a man who stopped me, put something in my shirt pocket, turned, and walked away without saying a
word. Another twenty-five dollars!

Upon entering the terminal, I saw the soldiers gathering for their
trip to the base.  I walked over to them and handed them seventy-five dollars.

'It will take you some time to reach the base.
It will be about time for a sandwich. God Bless You.'

Ten young men left that flight feeling the love and respect of their fellow travelers.

As I walked briskly to my car, I whispered a prayer for their safe
return. These soldiers were giving their all for our country. I could only give them a couple of
meals. It seemed so little...

A veteran is someone who, at one point in his life, wrote a blank
check made payable to
  'The United States of America ' for an amount of 'up to and including my life.'

That is Honor, and there are way too many people in this country
who no longer understand it.'


The Quit Smoking  Highway  Is Best  Travelled           IN  A STRAIGHT LINE

work it good the first time around

its less painful than going in circles

The only drawbacks? You have to look like you have a stick up your butt and be careful not to burn your ankles.


Reach out now while you still have the health you have!


Make the effort before it's too late

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