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    Tuesday, May 8, 2018 Quitters - sign here: Fredy - 18 am holding my head high NDT with all my buddies ...... Craves remain but less in number and strength .. it definitely needs ODAAT . Phil- 36- Found out yesterday that baby carrots make me absolutely sick to my stomach. That's what I get for trying to be healthy... Couldn't have dipped even if I wanted to, which I didn't, because fuck dip. redhawk - 34 - Fuck dip and the horse it road in on. What are the official days? I think Thursday is Throat-Punch Thursday, Tuesday must be something. NFDT! ODAAT!! Ace - 44 - "because fuck dip". Trash the Tin Tuesday for me. Supporters: PMFJ - 275 - Yo Fredy, still Monday on the West Coast 9:38 PM. Dude, you are doing so well you don't even know it! I'm still dealing with craves, but 33 years of doing the dip will cause that. It's so nice to talk to my wife, kids, and have phone conversations without having to stop and spit before I can speak my next sentence. Hopefully, we'll get to live a little longer and be able to enjoy life a bit more. I have 2 uncles who were crazy smokers for a really long time, one is 79, the other about 75. I'm actually surprised they're still around. For the past 4-5 years, they have been on oxygen 24/7 because of the COPD. They can't travel with their wives and enjoy their golden years; they're stuck at home trying to breathe and relying on their wives for assistance. Suffering because of the NB! Fuck that!! I don't want to put my wife in that kind of position if I can help it. Why should she have to suffer for my stupidity? Feeding tube cuz my esophagus has been removed, or half my face removed, no tongue, no lower lip, cheek reconstruction?? Fuck all that!! That still could happen but I'm hopeful that swishing Cool Mint Listerine 2-3 times a day may have saved me. If I can do this, you can too! Don't fucking look back!! Get pissed and stay quit! NMFD!! steve50-2730- Anyone checking in on the QSSN Facebook page? Quit Smokeless Support Network Another good way to connect. MC- 135. To funny Phil. I recall in college one of my fellow dippers said I had to eat a bag of baby carrots to fight off getting mouth cancer. I had similar reaction, to bad I still found a way to dip. Keep up the great work here gents and great to see your post Ace. If you haven't done so, suggest to trade numbers with your quit group. I made a mistake of not posting for a few days and while I stayed quit, my quit group missed even a simple posting from me on those days. Lesson learned was a simple text to one of my fellow quit brothers asking for them to post for me and I did as well for them. NDT. STS - 524: It will always be Taco Tuesday for me, because who doesn't love tacos. Oh yea, and Fuck Dip!! SplinterCell - 82 - getting my day started off right by posting a promise - NDT! PMFJ - 276 - Double posting! Keep it going July Boys! NMFD!! RWM -427- why stop? Because one dip is too many and 127,750 is not enough. NMB - 3,847 days quit! You guys got this! Keep that shit out of your mouth just one day at a time and next thing you know, it's 10+ years later and you're still going strong!
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    The Quit Kitchen "Cookin up a fresh batch of quit every day"~FUNB
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    Bananahammock Quitmasters?
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    Pioneer Quitters QUESTION OF THE DAY: What does your username refer to? Thursday, May 10th, 2018 Hoggle - 75 - I'm named after a character in the movie Labyrinth , released back in the late 1980s. Starred David Bowie and Jennifer Connely, I believe. Dillhole - 59 - from That 70's show. Grew up in the 70's with a basement hangout. (a.k.a. douche bag) SC - 84 Splintercell was a fantastic videogame on the original xbox - spy/assassin type game - it was a blast. Good question Hoggle Tank - Day 74 - Tank sounded better than flower SUPPORTERS: STS - 526: See The Spector is named after my trip to go "see the Spector - Dr. Coleman Spector DDS, my oral surgeon. Long term dipping and having an oral surgeon on speed dial kinda go hand in hand. It's really best to quit dipping long before your oral surgeon convinces you that you must. Food for thought my quit siblings. Oh yeah - Fuck Tobacco!!! FoodBuzz -131- Mine is pretty obvious, but to be specific...Sunday dinner’s always been big in my life. I always had this overstuffed, calming, tranquil, and ready for a nap feeling after indulging. I often referred to it as my food buzz. ipoppa33- day 1549- NDT! Biggie lyric DWLT - 126 - "Done With Lip Turd" - Man am I glad I quit dipping. What a relief to not have to jones out over having to have a dip in my mouth and access to a can 24x7. What a waste of time and money. Great to be quit today with the Pioneer Quitters! NDT ODAAT! PMFJ - 278 - First name Peter, middle name Joseph. One night long ago at a frat party in Madison, WI, I decided that I wanted my friends to call me "PJ." It may as well have been the funniest thing they ever heard. I didn't think it was that funny or silly though I was probably drunk. All I know is that they kept laughing and calling me "P mother fucking J," all night. Then it continued for weeks until it was shortened to "PMFJ" so I embraced it and it has stuck with certain friends through the years. I guess I learned that people can't make up their own nicknames. PMFJ is throat punching the NB on this fine Thursday! Great question. NMFD!!
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    Tuesday, May 8, 2018 Quitters - sign here: DWLT - 124 - NDT ODAAT! Hey Bear, you still keeping up the quit? Haven't seen you post roll in a few. Hopefully you're so far quit now that you don't even think about dip or quitting anymore. MC - 135 - so had to start running again to try to get rid of the nice shed I've built over my tool these past few months. Plus is it gives me a chance to just think for an hour or so a few times a week.This mornings thoughts were how stupid I was to put dip ahead of sex on multiple occasions for many years. Was always looking for a reason to step out to make a run to the store, had to go to the office, etc. Wanted to punch myself in the face in the middle of my run this morning for being such an idiot. Can't reverse time but reflection has been painful when I realize everything I missed for my addiction and another reminder of why I'm committed to today. NDT. Supporters - Sign Here:
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    Tuesday, May 8, 2018 Quitters - sign here: Fredy - 18 am holding my head high NDT with all my buddies ...... Craves remain but less in number and strength .. it definitely needs ODAAT . Phil- redhawk - Ace - Supporters: PMFJ - 275 - Yo Fredy, still Monday on the West Coast 9:38 PM. Dude, you are doing so well you don't even know it! I'm still dealing with craves, but 33 years of doing the dip will cause that. It's so nice to talk to my wife, kids, and have phone conversations without having to stop and spit before I can speak my next sentence. Hopefully, we'll get to live a little longer and be able to enjoy life a bit more. I have 2 uncles who were crazy smokers for a really long time, one is 79, the other about 75. I'm actually surprised they're still around. For the past 4-5 years, they have been on oxygen 24/7 because of the COPD. They can't travel with their wives and enjoy their golden years; they're stuck at home trying to breathe and relying on their wives for assistance. Suffering because of the NB! Fuck that!! I don't want to put my wife in that kind of position if I can help it. Why should she have to suffer for my stupidity? Feeding tube cuz my esophagus has been removed, or half my face removed, no tongue, no lower lip, cheek reconstruction?? Fuck all that!! That still could happen but I'm hopeful that swishing Cool Mint Listerine 2-3 times a day may have saved me. If I can do this, you can too! Don't fucking look back!! Get pissed and stay quit! NMFD!!
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    No question of going solo it's impossible to quit alone .... Definitely never worked for me over last 3 decades .... It's encouraging and gives feeling of belonging being here thank you so much RWM and SplinterCell for being there Today whole day it was tough multiple waves of craving out of the blue only accountability kept me going . Tried everything today from cran berry , sunflower roasted seeds , oranges , clove and kept it away hitting pillow now .... Finally day ends with victory.
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    Kowabunga Cave Killers Surf's up, bros
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    Pioneer Quitters Thursday, May 3rd, 2018 Hoggle - 68 - IQWYT Dillhole - 52 - NDT - I once filled up a Frito bag full of piss and through it out the bus window. Pioneer Supporters FoodBuzz -124- The best part of waking up is not spitting in a cup!
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    That would be just "Nut Scratchers" not "Double Breasted Nut Scratchers"....totally different animal all together.
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    Nut Scratchers Ding Bats July Pigsty Pretty Pink Ponies
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    Quitting with Speedos
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    Franks and Beans has a nice ring to it.
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    If you quit between 03/24/2018 - 04/23/2018 this is your quit group. To join this group all you have to do is quit dipping and post Roll Call How to post roll call (updated!) Get the Contract to Give Up Print it out and carry it in your wallet Click Here for a room to exchange phone numbers. Accountability is key Monday, April 30, 2018 Quitters - sign here: Redhawk - Ace - Phil - 29- Sweet Chin Music for the Nic Bitch today Freddy 10 - NDT no hurries ... Keeping the pace constant. Come on Supporters:
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    If you quit between 04/22/2018 - 05/22/2018 this is your quit group. To join this group all you have to do is quit dipping and post Roll Call How to post roll call (updated!) Get the Contract to Give Up Print it out and carry it in your wallet Click Here for a room to exchange phone numbers. Accountability is key Friday April 27, 2018 Quitters - sign here: Supporters: Phil- 27- "I'll post up tomorrow." "I'll post up Monday." "Let me just finish this can first." "It's a tough week, I'll do it next week." "Oh, golf season is back. Can't play my first round without a dip." You'll always be able to find an excuse to dip. Now it's time to find a reason to quit. The cycle is vicious and never ending. There is no better time to quit than the present. The sooner you quit, the sooner you declare your freedom.
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    Can this guy be our quit mascott?
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    Hmmm, thinking team name --- I like something around "independence from nicotine". Also, Fredy posted about a Will Smith movie and he of course was in Independence Day the movie which has that rousing speech: We're fighting for our right to live, to exist and should we win the day, the 4th of July will no longer be known as an American holiday, but as the day when the world declared in one voice, 'We will not go quietly into the night! We will not vanish without a fight! We're going to live on, we're going to survive.' Today we celebrate our independence day! Ace, Fredy, Phil does this give you any ideas or others. Don't want to be Princess Poppy. Maybe Solid Poopie though.
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    Thursday, May 10, 2018 Quitters - sign here: DWLT - 126 - Man am I glad I quit dipping. What a relief to not have to jones out over having to have a dip in my mouth and access to a can 24x7. What a waste of time and money. Great to be quit today with the XDipShitZ! NDT ODAAT! Bonanza - Day 123 ... Ditto FoodBuzz -132- Glad to see you again Bear, hope Disneyland was fun. I don’t know if I’d have the patience, just taking my kids to the grocery store is a head ache lol. Bear5 - 133- I’m still here FB. It’s the “happiest “ place on earth according to my wife. I’m gonna need a vacation after this vacation. NDT!! Supporters - sign here: STS - 526: Keeping quit with the XDipShitZ today NDT!
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    STS always has something great and positive to say - keep posting with us Bro
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    If you quit between 03/24/2018 - 04/23/2018 this is your quit group. To join this group all you have to do is quit dipping and post Roll Call How to post roll call (updated!) Get the Contract to Give Up Print it out and carry it in your wallet Click Here for a room to exchange phone numbers. Accountability is key Saturday, April 28, 2018 Quitters - sign here: Redhawk - Ace - Phil - 27- Went and did a quick 3.25 miles as punishment. The running makes me feel good, and helps keep me sane. 15 miles for the week, and two lifting sessions. The weather is starting to turn, and I don't want to be spending 4-5 days a week in the gym. I want to be outside enjoying it. Gotta lose some weight this summer. I lost 100 lbs during the two years after graduating from college. Over the past 3 years I've put about 30lbs of that back on. Granted, I got myself stronger than I've ever been during that time, but still want to lose. I never want to be one of those people who yo-yo their weight back on. I plan to do this without dip Freddy 8 - it really needs one hour at a time no time to relax and loose focus on weekend no passive quit it has to be active NDT ... Win the weekend stay up thanks Redhawk , Phil you are doing great running there Supporters: Tiger - 1921 - Anybody up for mowing the nic bitch down today? CraigMac6- Day 1,000- Stay the course Freddy. Yes it is tough but nothing in life worth fighting for is ever easy. Your freedom and your health is a battle worth fighting for. As the days pass you will gain mental toughness, and that toughness will help you over come any crave because you are stronger than the can; and you no longer need dip in your life because it affects your life negatively. You can do this! Reach out to anyone of us during your tough times. Tough times never last, tough people do! Keep on quitting brother. NDT!
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    If you quit between 03/24/2018 - 04/23/2018 this is your quit group. To join this group all you have to do is quit dipping and post Roll Call How to post roll call (updated!) Get the Contract to Give Up Print it out and carry it in your wallet Click Here for a room to exchange phone numbers. Accountability is key Saturday, April 28, 2018 Quitters - sign here: Redhawk - Ace - Phil - Freddy 8 - it really needs one hour at a time no time to relax and loose focus on weekend no passive quit it has to be active NDT ... Win the weekend stay up thanks Redhawk , Phil you are doing great running there Supporters: Tiger - 1921 - Anybody up for mowing the nic bitch down today? CraigMac6- Day 1,000- Stay the course Freddy. Yes it is tough but nothing in life worth fighting for is ever easy. Your freedom and your health is a battle worth fighting for. As the days pass you will gain mental toughness, and that toughness will help you over come any crave because you are stronger than the can; and you no longer need dip in your life because it affects your life negatively. You can do this! Reach out to anyone of us during your tough times. Tough times never last, tough people do! Keep on quitting brother. NDT!
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    Everyday or every minute/hour is a win! Quitting comes with easy times as well as hard times. I’m a father of 4 (10 yrs, 7 yrs, 3 yrs, and 10 months). My job puts me on the road a lot; in Detroit last week, San Fransico this week, England next week... I miss my family all the time and there’s many other things that would make me think “ah it life would be easier if I just chewed” Times can be tough...I’ve learned and seen many times chewing just makes everything in life more complicated. FB -117- We all push through hard times, but quitting is where I want to be.
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    Hall of Fame Speech Quit Smokeless October 2013 JSPOOLE 100 Days I can’t believe I have done this – I think I started chewing tobacco around the age of 16. Red Man®/ BeechNut ® leaf tobacco was the first. I was introduced to it by workers for my father’s summertime business. What a mistake. Compounding on this was my desire to move south for college. Everyone dipped tobacco in the south (or at least it seemed), especially at the fraternity. For me It was a way to fit in. Northerner and southern on the front porch, spitting, drinking, college, well you know what I mean. In addition, it was long drive home. I can remember having a dip in my mouth for latterly the entire 12 hour drive home and having a spit cup (32 oz) filled to the rim by the time I got home. How gross. For me, college has been done for nearly 25 years. I’m sure there is many other routines, stories, etc which I could tell you about my life as a nicotine addict, but today I want to forget them. I’m done. Today, I have a wonderful wife, nearly teen age kids and a new job. Dipping was involved the entire way… Until, 100 days ago. Yes, I have attempted to quit before, maybe a year or two at times, I don’t really remember, but quite honestly I really never wanted to quit. I enjoyed it. It wasn't until recently that one night during my regular late night ‘routine’ I decided to search my Kindle® for topics regarding quitting. It was a spur of the moment impulse. I’m really not sure what made me do it but at this point I sure am glad. That night I found ‘Nicotine Rage’. It really was quite simple – every story, every anecdote, every statistic, every habit, everything related to my life.; what I did to have a dip, what ridiculous lies I told, what my mouth felt like, what it cost me was all right there. I think I read the book in about a day it was so true. The story and the facts were my life. I couldn't believe it! After reading that book, it scared me, it inspired me, it showed me there are others who had the same feelings, desires, habits, etc, etc. For some reason within a week after finishing the book, I was sitting at work and I remembered the website mentioned in the book – ‘quite smokeless.org’ – I found myself fumbling around it. It was great - I signed up within 5 minutes not really knowing what to expect. Day one, Day two, day twenty, my online folks really keep me going – Maquit, Cow, NopetoCope, Hanksdad, and all the numerous supporters of the PitchQuitters – Including our lovely poster girls kept me going. I think I recall someone else saying they couldn't believe how some online chatboard could be so powerful, but it is. I can remember the FOG, being 15 lbs lighter, the hard days, the travel, the times in the car, etc – but for some reason I never wanted to let the guys down and I did it. I am forever in debt to you all for helping me though this addiction. I don’t want to go back – and quite honestly, I’m continually referencing Quite Smokeless and Nicotine Rage to friends and acquaintances along with its powerful tool – Friends like you! As I move forward, I will continue to visit the site and support other Pre-Hall of Famers on their journey as I am forever thankful for all the help and inspiration others gave me. I fully realize it could just take one slip and back to addiction and I don’t want that for me, my wife and my family. The road continues ………………….nicotine free!

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