Post # 62
I don’t smoke, but if I’m at a shisha bar, I wouldn’t mind having a few puffs or so. But otherwise I don’t do cigarettes, etc.
I do drink, but never to get drunk. And I’m very good with my self-control – Two glasses of wine is my MAX self-allowance.
Post # 63
I hate it, I am allergic to it, and my boyfriend actually went from cigarettes to the electronic cigarette with the vapor water. He has been wanting to quit forever, and now he has. He said it is because of me, but I want him to do it for himself if he sees carrying it through. 🙂 As for me, not a chance!
Post # 64
I’ve never smoked. I’ve always thought it was gross, And I was always un-peerpressurable, so it never happened.
Post # 65
people who smoke weed occasionally have the same reaction as you. They’re just happy, relaxed and HUNGRY! I’ve only ever known one person who was comparable to the burnouts that they show on TV and that’s after a decade of everyday use plus a plethora of other recreational drugs.
Media likes to make pot smokers look like degenerate losers but the fact of the matter is, lots of people do it and in many cases, you’d never even know. Back when I was smoking, you’d have no idea unless I either A. smoked with you or B. told you. I can’t wait until the day when it’s legalized so it’s no longer such a hot button issue.
Post # 66
I voted “never,” but that’s not exactly true. I’ve tried it a couple of times (when intoxicated), but I can’t see myself doing it again, so I didn’t want to vote “occasionally” either.
Post # 67
I smoked cigarettes occasionally for a while, never really got hooked, but decided to 100% quit a while ago. I quit hookah too because I felt like it was making me nauseous every time I did it lately.
I’d say I’m a moderate marijuana user, maybe? I enjoy it a lot but I’m not the all day every day type.
Post # 68
Nope, never tried anything, and don’t plan on it.
Post # 69
I’ve never had the desire to smoke. I really dislike how the smoke smell takes over your clothes, your nails and your hair. I also think as expensive as cigarettes are now that I couldn’t afford them anyway.
Post # 70
I quit (cigarettes and pot) once I met Fiance. There are times that I really, really crave a cigartte though. I actually caved in last weekend and had two because I was SO beyond stressed that it was the only way I could calm down to go back to work.
Post # 71
Never Have and never will, just like a pp said 🙂
Post # 72
I smoke cigarettes. SO quit about 2 months after we started dating( so 5 years ago) I’ve tried soo many times. I’m planning on kicking it at the end of summer(Sept.) My Mom’s whole side of the family has heart problems( stents, by passes, ect.) including my mom ( just happened in march, it was bad!) and made me realise that , that will be me one day. So I will be going from 1 pack( sometimes more) a day to nothing.( HOPEFULLY!)
Post # 73
I’m strictly a non-smoker. I find it super weird when people my age and younger smoke.
Post # 74
I have never smoked…anything. Not even to try it out. I have no idea how I avoided it because I had friends in high school and college who did.
Post # 75
- Wedding: March 2012 - Father\'s Vineyard Church/ A Touch of Class Banquet Center
I have not ever smoked. I lost both of my grandfathers to lung cancer (One was 47 and the other was 52), and my grandmother has emphysema. It’s just not something that has ever appealed to me. My mother smokes and my siblings smokes and it drives me nuts, but I know that they have to want to quit for it to work. Luckily Mr. D has never been a smoker as well!
Post # 76
- Wedding: May 2012 - The Old Field Club
I’ve always found it to be super unapealing so I have never smoked. But I am a doctor, so if I did smoke I think there would be something very very wrong….
And besides the whole ruining your lungs, terrible smell and yellowing teeth issues, smoking is such an expensive habit I don’t even know how most people who smoke afford it.