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kdastonjr
Maryland, USA
Member Since 3/21/2004
kdastonjr
My Quit:
Started smoking at 19yrs old, now 42. Getting older, and smoking creates wrinkles. What was cool at 19 just isn't at 42.

My quit was 7 days ago. Things taste and smell very different, my body feels different, too. I can't wait to see how I will feel tommorrow.

Advice:
Try deep breathing, feel your lungs expand and your whole body tingle.

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