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biguy56
Wisconsin, USA
Member Since 10/23/2013
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My Quit:
Well I'm 57 years old and I've smoked since I was 20. I wake up in the morning and all I do for the first 1/2 hour is cough. I've had enough and I'm doing this for myself and my Grandson.
I watch him during the week, which is just great. I find myself telling him while we are playing that papa needs to go do something and what I'm really doing is stepping out side to have one.

Advice:
Don't even start, because of all the years that I have smoked I have tried to quit at least 100 times.

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