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    • CommentAuthorSteadyUP
    • CommentTimeJan 5th 2012
    2) Buy extra copies of X-Club.
    • CommentTimeJan 5th 2012
    3) Start a bonfire with said copies.

    4) RUN.
    • CommentTimeJan 6th 2012
    Ok.. fuck me. Day 5 of Not Smoking. If you're down with all this happy horseshit, or wanna be; join me as I count days on twitter; elfeay.
    Yes I know it sounds like I'm all jolly 'n shit, but really - I miss my best friend and need company....sigh.
    There! Happy now!!?
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    @Elfay - sounds like we're in the same boat. Last smoke was at 2355 on December 31st.

    I still have lung bogies, which is disappointing.
    • CommentTimeJan 6th 2012 edited
    Si-fi, I quit on my birthday at midnight. so that was Monday...or about 40 headaches ago, if you're not comfortable with the metric system
  2.  (10414.46)
    Here's another one...

    Fuck moderation, it's over-bloody-rated.

    Not sure if that's a resolution or just a new mantra.
      CommentAuthorCK Burch
    • CommentTimeJan 8th 2012
    I had two resolutions when the year was nigh, but now I think I'm up to four.

    One. Utilize diplomacy wherever possible, but when diplomacy fails, give not a fuck.

    Two. Make this the last year I work for Starbucks.

    Three. Write a book entirely on a typewriter.

    Four. Work from home so I can spend more time with my children.
      CommentAuthorCK Burch
    • CommentTimeJan 8th 2012
    @Elfay: I quit smoking a little over two years ago, and so I totally sympathize with your plight.

    One thing I'll say is that the cravings never really go away, although you can quell them. I still have times where I'll be out with friends and I'll see people smoking outside the bar, and I'll have the strongest urge to join them. It's mostly whenever I have whiskey, though.
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    Oh oh oh oh! @CK Burch, you've reminded me of my biggest resolution.

    • CommentTimeJan 8th 2012
    One can never give too little fucks.

    Or, at least, that's what the prostitutes I hire say to reassure me.
  4.  (10414.51)
    when you want to do something just do it- no hesitations or second guessing yourself. Go for what makes you happy and makes you fulfilled.

    I resolved that a long time ago- and am keeping to it. I also had decided to to the gym and I go for a hour 5 days a week. I need to keep doing and going. I'm not saying I haven't hit road bumps on the road to happy- but doing my best to weed out all the crap helps.

    Keep up with the not smoking! :D The hubby is at the point (quitting after 3 years) to puff cigars. The lung "oh gods what the hell was that i just coughed up!" goes away full after 6 months i'm sorry to say.

    Also give no one your fucks unless they are a good fuck ;)
    • CommentTimeJan 11th 2012
    Thanks everyone for the encouragement. The daily twitter snark is helping as are the replies etc...
    I quit booze and drugs over 30 years ago - I remembering a guy at a meetin' years ago now sayin; I'd rather hafta quit smack again than try to quit smoking...
    Clearly I never forgot that statement. People just have no fucking idea how hard they are to give up.
    It's never quitting, it's staying quit. I've had 5 years off in my 20's and fifteen years later, 3 years off the smokes...for some reason it just won't stick.
    Anyway, I'm listening to a LOT of sad latin love ballads and living on the web's just one of *those* days.
    and they ALWAYS pass...

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