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The feeling of nostalgia Newbies often have for their dear-old-friend-who would-never-fail-them, the cigarette- before they discover that their friend has been trying to kill them all along.
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photoIf you've quit and 'failed' it's not a failure because you've TRIED. And you've learned something. Quitting is about practicing quitting until you get it.
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