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Karlos

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  1. Karlos

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  2. Karlos

    Hello all

    It's officially been 24 hours since my first dip, so I've made it through Day 1. 1 bag of seeds, can of chew, and pack of gum gone.
  3. Karlos

    Hello all

    Hi all, My name Is Karl, am currently a college student, and I took my last dip today at 4:00. I decided to quit last night around 5 in the morning, and as of now am not looking back. I have thrown out all the nicotine in my room, and have stocked up with seeds, beef jerky chew, and gum. About me: -Have been dipping for 4 years -Skoal wintergreen-Skoal mint- Skoal edge- Grizzly Mint (.5-1 tins a day) -Habitual user of snus (often 6-7 times a day) Cant remember the last time I've went this long (7 hours) without dipping, which makes me feel terrible about my habit Snus in all of classes, starting in high-school when i did every other class I have only made one serious attempt in quitting dip in the past, and i tried to ween myself off dip. This didn't work and i was quickly back with a vengeance, so this time i am quitting cold turkey. This site has been very inspiring so far, to the point where i truly believe there is no chance I'm ever going back to dip. (Wrote it out of boredom, accurate depiction of my experience with tobacco though) The farther I run, the closer it gets The closer I get, the more I regret Would anyone like to place some bets? on The one that knows, From my head to my toes How to make me fight At it’s mere sight It knows where I’m going, It knows where I am. It knows when I’m mowing, It knows my whole fam. Behind the desk! Look out! It’s too late, this is my fate Poof! Retreating into the shadows, the sun takes its place Brightening the once dark, empty space For I have won today, I can finally go out and play As day turns to night, soon night turns to day But the sun never rose, how could I play today? Ahah! Ahead! The monster approaches Bigger, faster, and stronger than ever I chased him down, and with a pound, his head I did sever This, of course, Was done with remorse, For the problem was now tomorrow’s. But today I was free, from the monster within me, So for now i shall go out and play It began late last June, Down by the old racing platoon, where I saw my brother play. My brother would play, A few times a day, Until I decided to have it my way. I was going to play today You win, but you keep racing You race, but you keep chasing And soon you’ll be running in circles, Amongst the murckles and jurckles Unsure of who’s chasing who. My bet? The chews chasing you No longer in charge, you’ve entered your own cell A prisoner of your own device And the warden? Keeping you trapped like a zoo Guess what, you created that too. Next time you think about playing, prepare to start paying, the monster isn’t going away. So think twice, think three times, before taking that chew When you’re asked to dip, what are YOU going to do?
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