posting on thread 4/5

to day i am on 4 months quit,BIG:D:D all round,,i feel sorry for all the people i see standing out side pubs,,shops etc etc,,and to think i was one off them,wow,makes you wounder why we did it,,i remember when my mom was dieing from cancer,the nurse told me that there is more people dieing of cancer why dont smoke than there is why smoke,dont know how true that is,,i have just had a debait about smoking with some friends,,[ they smoke ] and there answer is if you are going to get cancer you will get it,end of story as they say,,wount go in to detail about the debait,you lot might have had the same debait some were along the way in your quit,,all i know is i will never smoke again in my life,,so just you lot keep the faith tony keep:D:D

just having a rant

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    Well done Tony.

    Keep on keeping the faith:D

  • Well done, Tony. Keep up the good work. :D

  • Hi Tony :D

    Rant away it's good for the soul that's my excuse anyway my rant today first for a while is pig ignorant people who insist on blowing smoke in my face when they know I have quit grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr swear i'll do them a mischief one day well done in month 4/5 room I went there when I started month 4 figured I was entitled feel we are really getting there now

    Keeping the faith

    Love

    Marg

  • As I have said before Tony - you are a real inspiration. And possibly quite realistically - a life saver.

    I have had the same debate with smokers about cancer - most notably my husband. He will say that if you're going to get cancer then you will - whether you smoke or not.

    Well I'd like to think that if I was a smoker - wouldn't you? The nico-demons would certainly have you believe that was true. And yes I lost a lovely friend at Christmas to cancer and she never smoked in her short life.

    BUT - I can tell you of far more people who have died due to cancer and they were smokers. The last person I knew to have died was the landlady of a local pub. She died of lung cancer in her forties and yes, she was a heavy smoker!

    I really want to live to enjoy my retirement, I want to be fit and healthy enough to enjoy it and I don't want to be in the situation where the doctor has diagnosed me with cancer and I'm thinking 'why oh why didn't I quit when I had the chance?'

    You keep the faith Tony - live long and prosper!

  • hi jerry lee,,what a good post,looks like we on here have to stick togeter,,and hope others might follow,us and stop,,

    jerry have you been fishing yet,you know you should,,i went on saturday and had a very good day,well every day is a good day when you go fishing,got a few roach ,, skimmers ..,perch,,and the best thing was i never gave the fags a 2nd throught,,

    just keep the faith tony keep:D:D

    as spock says,,live long and prosper lol

  • hi jerry lee,,what a good post,looks like we on here have to stick togeter,,and hope others might follow,us and stop,,

    jerry have you been fishing yet,you know you should,,i went on saturday and had a very good day,well every day is a good day when you go fishing,got a few roach ,, skimmers ..,perch,,and the best thing was i never gave the fags a 2nd throught,,

    just keep the faith tony keep:D:D

    as spock says,,live long and prosper lol

  • Hello my lovely fisherman friend-Great news you got to the four months mark-*little dance round the living room for you* well done you ;)

  • cheers for that shabba,,lol keep the faith tony keep:D:D:D

  • Hi Tony - no I haven't been fishing yet. I am really looking forward to getting out there though. I went to a game fair last weekend at Shugborough Hall and spent a good part of the day looking at the fishing stands! I am still waiting for the weather to warm up a bit though!!

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