Giulia

Abbreviations & Expressions Used in the EX Community

Discussion created by Giulia Champion on Oct 14, 2016
Latest reply on Mar 15, 2017 by Giulia

 

Why is abbreviation such a long word? 

 

 

6% CLUB = (those who have quit for one year or more)

 

DDC = DOUBLE DIGIT CLUB (once a member gets to 10 smoke-free days)

 

DOF = DAYS OF FREEDOM (the number of days absolutely smoke-free)

 

ELDER = (a member who has over a one-year quit and offers wisdom based on their experience)

 

"Got your comma" = (you've made 1,000 days smoke free)

 

HALT = Hungry, Angry Lonely, Tired (Each one of these four physical or emotional conditions, if not taken care of, leaves an individual vulnerable for relapse.)

 

Heck Week = the second week of a quit

 

Hell Week = the first week of a quit

 

KOKO = KEEP ON KEEPING ON

 

NAD0 = NEVER ANOTHER DAY ONE

 

NEF = NEVER EVER FORGET (how hard it was to quit and that no one wants to start over)

 

NML = NO MAN'S LAND (Day 30 through approximately 130)

 

NOPE = NOT ONE PUFF EVER (based on the Law of Addition:  "Administration of a drug to an addict will cause re-establishment of chemical dependence upon the addictivesubstance."  Yes, even one puff.)

 

SINAO = SMOKING IS NOT AN OPTION

 

TDC = TRIPLE DIGIT CLUB (Those with 100 days or more smoke free)

 

QUITITUDE (QUIT TUDE) = a, positive,  can-do attitude toward your quit where YOU take the helm.

 

QUAD SQUAD = (those who have quit for 1,000 days or more)

 

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