I read something earlier and it really summed up my quit. Somebody mentioned the word GAME. I am a big fan of game shows on TV.
1) FAG or NO FAG - the question is simple, would you like a lifetime of slavery, health scares and general stinkyness before dying early. Fag or no fag. NO FAG please.
2) FAG Brother (US BIG BROTHER) - A power struggle where only one person will win. Play challenges to win power. Power enables you to stay in control and decide who to nominate (I Nominate craving & Nicodemon). Then hope the right person is evicted. At the end of the game, the last person standing will win the grand prize. There is no public vote but the thought of what other people think of you can weigh heavily on your decisions. Be careful, you will get paranoid and people can talk you in to making moves that could cost you the game. Can you evict the friend who was there for you in all the bad times, who picked you up when you were down, helped you overcome boredom, and was generally the best thing that happened to you (let's face it, we all thought it at one time or another). If you don't, you lose the game.
3) Who Wants to be a Millionaire - The longer you stay quit, the more money you will save. Simple. If you get the wrong answer, you will be buying fags until they kill you.
What other ways can you think of making the quit into a game? And wouldn't it be so much easier if it were a game?
I personally like the strategy side of Big Brother in America so that would be my best way of doing it. My strategy was there from the start and it has taken me in to month 2. I know there is a long way to go but as long as I stick to the game plan and believe that I no longer smoke then I will come out the winner.