What if 20 million smokers blew their smoke on this iceberg at the same time?
Would it melt or just take on a nasty grey STINK???
I'm thinking the latter.
What if you woke up one morning with an 11 million ton iceberg in your front yard?
What if a big piece fell off, would you grab a cigarette, get your surfboard or don your running shoes?
Never fear. There's no 11 million ton iceberg coming to your front yard, it was a false alarm!
Keep your quit!
Were we thinking about the future everytime we smoked? The future until we could smoke again? Didn't we believe we could get through anything as long as we could smoke?
That's how dependent we became.
I'm ASKEERED! NO I'M NOT!
and, I no longer feel the need to use smoking as a crutch for what the future may bring.