- Oct 30, 2014
- Reaction score
- Hive Type
- Number of Hives
- Less than 1.....more than 20!
Well done on the smoking! It took me many years to give it up. The first time I seriously tried was in about '86. My wife at the time, likened my withdrawal symptoms to heroin addicts that she had come across as a nurse! I had sweats, shakes and couldn't sleep. When I did sleep, I had terrible nightmares!Crazy setistics.. And why have less privileged country's been able to keep on top of it more... Because alot of the UK are selfish ignorant xxckers.
My friend sent me videos of where he lives down in London, partys going on over New year fireworks being set of with folk not giving a xxit about the situation.. Its not surprising really.
Lockdown now three of my guys are now furloughed and the clients we are working for on a three month project don't want us on site as they are shielding there parents..
Im having to start else where on a project but now the weather is crap..
It could be worse I could be worm food.. 10 weeks now not smoking.
My eventual 'road to salvation' came from switching to the new vaping system when it first came out. I went from 25ml nicotine strength down to 5ml within the first year. A few years later I woke up one morning and thought 'why bother with this anymore?'
I had a drag on a cigarette a few years ago at a party and thought I was going to die on the spot. As with many ex smokers, I cannot stand the smell of 'fags' anymore, but am very partial to cigar and pipe smoke, which is a bit worrying!