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menthol by Fanny Ducklock - Mon, 23 Jan 2017 10:44:14 EST ID:LgOel6cO No.173238 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>Like duuude menthols are for like guuurls

Just fuck off with this bullshit
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Hedda Sidgebanks - Thu, 02 Mar 2017 01:25:36 EST ID:P6tuOJE4 No.173357 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Didn't like menthols until I tried them while rolling.
Now I can't get enough, the punch feels so good with them.
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Rebecca Fusslewot - Thu, 02 Mar 2017 21:43:28 EST ID:SkxeFlVl No.173358 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173357

>smoking menthols while rolling

Oh god...you know that feel don't you?
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Isabella Murdfuck - Sun, 05 Mar 2017 16:14:55 EST ID:jibWtxvI No.173359 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Menthols make me kinda nauseous for whatever reason. But if I'm bumming I can't bitch thats for sure. Something bugs me so much about
>hey man can I get a smoke
>sure dude
>ew its a full flavor no thanks
I just don't get it. How can you be a picky beggar? Its like putting up a sign for no change only real bills when pan handling.
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Simon Bloppercocke - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 10:04:38 EST ID:pGve9pHU No.173391 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Menthols are the smoke of the gods and should never be substituted.

To any fag smokers saying normals are better, try pic related. It is like the menthol you always wanted. The second time i bought a pack the clerk actually said "PEPPERMINT PATTIES BRO". Because they taste that good. Marb black menthols are my second choice with that sharp ass menthol taste - like cracker-barrel is to cheese. But the smooths are godlike. Going to make a thread about them then forget i created it.
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Nicholas Clammlebury - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 18:56:13 EST ID:23/KAOBu No.173393 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173359
>Menthols make me kinda nauseous
me too.
why though? I can eat a thousand mints in one sitting and enjoy it all, but after i smoke a menthol i feel kind of bad, little nauseous, kinda like im always about to puke. it doesnt happen with full flavors.


I need to Quit Again by Cedric Henderridge - Sun, 05 Feb 2017 17:18:41 EST ID:dm2yl6F8 No.173262 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I quit smoking for about a year, and now I started last week.
I already feel like shit. Fuck how do I quit again.
I'm not getting another pack, and I have a stupid vape to deal with withdrawal.
How do I quit besides powering through like I did last time?

>1 year of wasted work
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noko - Sun, 05 Feb 2017 19:20:10 EST ID:aHcgq8zN No.173263 Ignore Report Quick Reply
It's not wasted work, that attitude is counter-productive to quitting again. It's no biggie, your physical symptoms shouldn't even that bad, I don't think the vape is necessary for tapering.
Take this as a learning experience to see what made you relapse, was it alcohol? At least for me booze is the hardest thing to deal with.
In any case, you went one year without smoking, you can definitely do it again, no biggie
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Isabella Favingworth - Fri, 24 Feb 2017 19:36:14 EST ID:yOc9YkyQ No.173346 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173263
This, in my experience quitting the first time was the toughest, everytime after I decided to quit was easier because starting again made me realize how fucking shit it makes my throat and lungs feel.

What works for me is just denying myself to buy another pack...
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Augustus Cubberford - Tue, 28 Feb 2017 16:40:32 EST ID:41KcP0yY No.173353 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173262
I quit, but I occasionally have a cig now and again, 3-4 times a year when I have bad cravings. I let myself have it, don't feel guilty, and then don't have any more for a while. Having a weird sense of guilt about relapses just makes you more addicted IMO
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Thomas Dungerwire - Wed, 08 Mar 2017 04:34:09 EST ID:v0s+nhKT No.173365 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173262
just keep smoking darts mate.
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Simon Bloppercocke - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 10:00:25 EST ID:pGve9pHU No.173390 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173262
You use any other form of nicotine?

If you use another form it obviously isn't nearly as bad quitting, but a real smoke definitely does the job better. From the tactile sensation down to the "Whole tobacco alkaloids or 'WTA'".

I stopped smoking so much, I mean i am really content on 1-4 a day now. Granted i love a damn smoke, but sometimes you need to just let yourself fiend for one, it will be that much better. I drink a lot and this has surprisingly put a damper on my cig usage. Went from like 4-6 a day to 1-4 a day. Mostly because of nausea and stomach discomfort which leads me to not really want a cig so much.

How much do you smoke? The way i see it is that 1-3 a day isn't that bad compared to people who smoke literally two packs a day (which is nuts to me but they are the true badasses). Cancer doesn't work that way, but i would imagine what i smoke isn't nearly as bad as the two pack a day smoker.

IMO nicotine isn't that hard to quit, it is staying away that is the problem. Your body and mind still thinks "man i want a smoke". So if you don't find yourself to be the person to quit entirely (not telling you to give up btw), smoke less and find another alternative. Get a vape and use that most of the time, limit yourself to 1-2 smokes a day, then eventually give up traditional tobacco entirely. Then , maybe even the vape. Or just go balls out and stop but who wants to do that right?


Cigarette slang by Jarvis Murdworth - Wed, 13 May 2015 08:56:54 EST ID:x7PrXBbm No.168531 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What are some of the slang terms you use for cigarettes? we call them "gwaais" (pronounced "gw-eyes")
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Phyllis Clivinglock - Mon, 06 Mar 2017 00:28:10 EST ID:P6tuOJE4 No.173360 Ignore Report Quick Reply
darts and durries mostly.
I really wish we called them fags just so I can say can I bum a fag.
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Thomas Dungerwire - Wed, 08 Mar 2017 00:24:52 EST ID:v0s+nhKT No.173362 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173118
stoags all day brub
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Thomas Dungerwire - Wed, 08 Mar 2017 04:33:25 EST ID:v0s+nhKT No.173364 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>168531
darts, mate.
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Alice Blablingsere - Sun, 12 Mar 2017 09:32:10 EST ID:0R83/wdS No.173374 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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me and my friends call them dicks
When I want to bum a cigarette, I'm like 'HEY! NIGGA! let me suck that dick. i'm fiendin for some dick rite now. gimme dat dick. '
i need a dick every half an hour or I get the shakes. i need the dicks. dicks everywhere
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Simon Bloppercocke - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 09:48:00 EST ID:pGve9pHU No.173389 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173374
>brb mate i left half a dick outside
>"why are all of these dickbutts in a pile on the porch?
>"get back in here we have customers" just let me suck down the rest of this dick
>Dicks - a meal in a paper stick


American smokers...where do you find Lucky Strikes? by Nell Snodshit - Sun, 20 Nov 2016 23:49:47 EST ID:igJtzQaC No.173103 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So I'm curious as to what areas of the United States you can find Luckies at these days. If you regularly see Lucky Original Reds or Lucky Filterless cigarettes in your area, let me know where about you are located state and/or city wise. Apparently it is still possible to find these bad boys, they're just not widespread.

Luckies were one of the best smokes I ever had in my life, somehow my one friend back in high school used to be able to get them once in a while, maybe from an Indian reservation or some shit, idk. I'd kill if I could get an idea as to where areas of the USA you can still pick up some Luckies.

I've tried hitting up specialty smoke shops and asking older smokers and shit, so far I've got no luck (central north Pennsylvania area, bordering New York state). From what I've learned, RJ Reynolds owns the name for the US market but is extremely lazy/apathetic about this brand, whereas BAT owns the name for the Euro markets and it is considered one of their flagship brands and is super popular and widely available in Europe.
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Esther Pockcocke - Wed, 01 Feb 2017 10:12:14 EST ID:5fqWVG+C No.173257 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173203
i also live a few miles from boston hah hah. North of boston, and also smoke AS loose bacco..

Luckies are sold at a store called Stateline Paysaver near me. it's a small store in NH that sells lots and lots lots of beer and tobacco because it's on a main road. If ur looking for luckies then u need a place that sells a lot of product because people dont often go around looking for luckies apparettly (prob cause they r unfiltered idk). or u can ask ur local place to order then for u amd 90% of the time they will
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James Hiffingman - Fri, 24 Feb 2017 12:02:31 EST ID:u7Th6tpI No.173345 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I bought a pack in Terre Haute, Indiana once.
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Simon Hibblemene - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 20:15:41 EST ID:UrFA27aG No.173348 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173139

yeah i tell people who come to AZ about flag and they dont even get it unless they go there. and yeah most of the state is shit. there are some very small nice sections but they quickly give way to shit
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Phineas Bollermirk - Thu, 16 Mar 2017 02:20:17 EST ID:EF/6LD6I No.173381 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173103
PA here, every wawa ive ever been to has carried lucky strikes.
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Simon Bloppercocke - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 09:44:45 EST ID:pGve9pHU No.173388 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I have bought them many times in southeastern PA closer to philly. Wawa markets should still carry them but to be honest i haven't checked in like... shit 5-6 years or so. fuck I'm old. Last time i saw somebody packing out a carton of them it was 1-2 years ago. So IF they still sell them and IF you know where a wawa is i'd try to track them down there. Filterless though sadly. Despite the expensive toasty goodness of filterless i would like to try the filtered variety. I hear they taste much different. However, i have also heard they ware nowhere to be found in the USA.

You try ordering them? I'm sure somebody sells them online somewhere. May not be too fresh though i don't know. Never attempted to order cigs online. Good luck, they were like my 3rd pack of cigs and bring back wonderful memories. Now i wouldn't pay the price for them. If you are really stuck and want some old school cigs try and look for unfiltered camels. They are pretty dope.

>so far I've had no luck
heh


Bacc off vs Smokey Mountain by Hannah Choblingfutch - Fri, 17 Mar 2017 20:37:31 EST ID:pT9qlxcv No.173384 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Have any of you tried Baccoff fake chew? I tried using smokey mountain the flavor was decent, but the consistency grossed me out with how tea-like and stringy it is. is baccoff more realistic? I'm more into consistency rather than flavor. What types of fake chew have you guys used and liked?
pic is what's currently wearing a hole in my lip
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Simon Bloppercocke - Wed, 22 Mar 2017 09:39:22 EST ID:pGve9pHU No.173387 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Fake chew? What constitutes fake chew and what is the purpose?


Herbal smokes by Shit Popperworth - Sun, 19 Mar 2017 09:45:07 EST ID:fFTDGU1H No.173386 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Thinking about trying herbal cigarettes, what are your opinions on them? Can you recommend anything?

Just curious if they would be a better alternative to tobacco, only concerned about increasing blood flow by quitting bacco.


Retard Smoker Stories by Charlotte Dabberlock - Sun, 21 Aug 2016 04:25:57 EST ID:Wjkktdx0 No.172647 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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>bum a lucky to a buddy
>tell him to flip it around and light the end with the logo so the gooks can't tell we've been here
>"wouldn't it be bad for you to breath in the burning ink??"
>mfw
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Eugene Siffingcocke - Sat, 03 Sep 2016 20:56:23 EST ID:KZX7mTup No.172852 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>chad bums a cig on a friday night
>too drunk to figure out my lighter
>light the damn thing for him
>"oh thanks dude, its for a friend" he says as he walks away with a cigarette in his mouth

Not sure if its a retard smoker story but it was interesting nonetheless
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Martin Blackville - Tue, 06 Sep 2016 00:26:42 EST ID:lXjliFRM No.172870 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172837
And if nobody in your area buys them regularly they might be stale.
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Fucking Grandspear - Fri, 23 Sep 2016 08:03:53 EST ID:+Ty2xniK No.172933 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>tripping on nbomes
>on a nightclub at the smokers area
>decide i want a cig really bad
>ask my friend who is also tripping for one
>he gives me and when i go get the lighter with my other hand i realize i already had a lit cig on my hand
>realize i also already had another cig in the back of my ear for later
>mfw i realized all this
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Eliza Migglewetch - Fri, 30 Dec 2016 02:56:28 EST ID:OuQJ8CI2 No.173165 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>172933
>'tripping' on datura
>smoke cigarettes
>they disappear in my hands
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Fuck Huttingbit - Thu, 16 Mar 2017 21:09:29 EST ID:5JWt+NVT No.173382 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>172647
lol nam joke


Before and after nicotine addiction by Hannah Pockwater - Wed, 01 Mar 2017 15:18:03 EST ID:TyBJP2Da No.173356 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm not a "big fan" of nicotine and tobacco, but I've noticed it helps a lot if I get some anxiety (maybe couple of times a week) or when I have to seriously focus on some scientific texts I'm working on. I'm not addicted to it yet, but I'm thinking of increasing frequency because it feels so benefitical. It seems to increase my focus while caffeine seems to do the opposite. In the past I used a random cigarette now and then, or even a pipe, and these days I'm mostly using nicotine gum and sometimes e-cigar. My question is, if I seriously get hooked on it as result and need it even when not anxious and not working on anything, and then decided to go down in frequency and amounts, has life change in any way? Will I permanently long for nicotine the rest of my life?
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Augustus Suckleway - Fri, 10 Mar 2017 16:35:20 EST ID:vTPEcSz/ No.173371 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173356
I smoked unfiltered for 2 years then did dip for about a year, then nicotine patch and gum for another year. It took about another year to recognize that I was in fact experiencing anxiety, and panic because I had been using the nicotine to prevent feelings that can be taken care of naturally, I ended up taking a general addiction break for about 6 months, even cola, candy, and chocolate, I still crave the nicotine, probably I would do gum if i had some, but I figure that other forms of natural anxiety reduction are available, mine was in the form of panic, so I practiced panic reduction until the panic was gone and then it was only confused emotions, then I practiced anger management techniques, and I finally have a somewhat satisfying experience eating food, because I would either smoke dip or something directly after eating to reduce all matter of past life complications and anxiety.

If you reduce all forms of addictive behavior, you may find the root of why the need exists to choose the behavior over figuring out where the anxiety comes from. It all sounds dumb but it really works as long as you are willing and really want to do it.\

It takes a lot of time and patience but it's worth it in the end, but something that still gets to me is that it takes a full 30 minutes to an hour for my food to digest properly and I start to fear that I did permanent damage to my autonomic nervous system, because nicotine is a stimulant in that nature, and I combined it with many other things including inhalants.
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Simon Beffingville - Sat, 11 Mar 2017 03:03:51 EST ID:QlUN3DNU No.173372 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173371
>many other things including inhalants.
I'll go on a limb and guess that nicotine was not the main contributor to the damage, though food digests far longer than 30 minutes anyway Are you talking about "bloated, food is just sitting in the stomach, while the heart thumps and waves of nausea come" feeling? I get that sometimes when I'm anxious, it really sucks
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Rebecca Cluckleshaw - Wed, 15 Mar 2017 15:38:37 EST ID:vTPEcSz/ No.173380 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>173372
Update I found digestive support, in combination with apple cider vinegar for HCl production, and green tea for anti oxidants and natural well being.

But yes that is what I was talking about how you described it, sitting in the stomach.

I feel almost normal now, part of the problem was psychosis induced from feeling that way to not want to help myself get better.

I would recommend this to anyone trying to quit.>>173372


Pipe smoking and lung cancer risk bullshit or no? by Betsy Corringkare - Sat, 11 Mar 2017 23:25:37 EST ID:NW2vb59i No.173373 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Surprisingly, Smoking Tobacco From A Pipe May Have Health Benefits
http://eattheplanet.org/surprisingly-smoking-tobacco-from-a-pipe-may-have-health-benefits/
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Thomas Nombledock - Mon, 13 Mar 2017 05:38:44 EST ID:jibWtxvI No.173377 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Damn that's pretty cool. I've used a pipe occasionally and I fucking enjoyed it. If its gonna make me healthier maybe I should just switch over full time to one.
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Augustus Gebblenore - Tue, 14 Mar 2017 18:29:14 EST ID:2Jux8C6B No.173379 Ignore Report Quick Reply
pipe smoking is generally a leisurely and stress relieving pursuit. Stress is the biggest indirect killer of them all. Generally pipe tobacco is a more natural and higher quality product than what goes into almost all cigarettes. When smoking a pipe or cigar, the smoke is not usually inhaled, just tasted. Thus there is less of a chance of lung cancer and cardiovascular disease. Still, when I smoke I think about the oral and esophageal cancers... and I'm still breathing in small amounts of second hand smoke through my nostrils.


Vaping tabacco by Bongzilla Van Stroheim - Wed, 08 Mar 2017 08:51:08 EST ID:ui7vkize No.173366 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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If I used a herb vaporizer for tobacco not like an ecig is that safer and by how much?
I tried googling it but everything was talking about ecigs
Pic unrelated
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Bongzilla Van Stroheim - Wed, 08 Mar 2017 18:49:40 EST ID:ui7vkize No.173367 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173366
Shameless self bump
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Ebenezer Shittingcocke - Thu, 09 Mar 2017 11:33:08 EST ID:41KcP0yY No.173369 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173366

Tobacco companies actually tried this years ago, it was quite a bit safer but was prone to accidentally combusting the tobacco, it tasted like shit, the device was difficult to use and keep clean, etc.
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Thomas Nombledock - Mon, 13 Mar 2017 05:36:37 EST ID:jibWtxvI No.173376 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173369
If there was some sort of tabbaco vape I'd be intrested in that too. But if the tabbaco combusts maybe fucking not. I don't really want the thing blowing up in my face.


Expensive and good cigarettes. by Graham Gommlechudge - Tue, 07 Feb 2017 06:49:29 EST ID:XeBvg7PG No.173265 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Richfag in search of high quality expensive cigs. Cannot be under 80$ a pack.
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Corazón de León !XxZFXH5yTI - Sun, 12 Feb 2017 17:47:34 EST ID:pbnAjCbj No.173277 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>$80/pack

What are you doing, lad? The most expensive shit in my area are Nat Shermans. They are like $12 a pack. Marlboros are $6.50 for comparison.
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Matilda Shakehood - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 19:01:43 EST ID:p9Ew60wr No.173279 Ignore Report Quick Reply
kinda not related but why are my NAS burning rather than smoldering? had it happen to two cigs. had the flame just lick the tip on the second cig but same shit happen tasted like i was smoking charcoal

only has this happen with rollies previously, cigs are like 4 days old.
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Matilda Shakehood - Mon, 13 Feb 2017 19:01:43 EST ID:p9Ew60wr No.173280 Ignore Report Quick Reply
kinda not related but why are my NAS burning rather than smoldering? had it happen to two cigs. had the flame just lick the tip on the second cig but same shit happen tasted like i was smoking charcoal

only has this happen with rollies previously, cigs are like 4 days old.
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Simon Hibblemene - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 20:17:03 EST ID:UrFA27aG No.173349 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173280

did u pack the pack?
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Samuel Worthingdale - Wed, 08 Mar 2017 03:11:02 EST ID:jibWtxvI No.173363 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Really like some of the european cigarettes I've tried. They can get more expensive than the american stuff I'm used to. Perhaps you can find ones with filters dipped in gold or platinum or something.


Quitting decreases your tolerance to other drugs? by David Dagglepit - Thu, 27 Oct 2016 10:50:47 EST ID:zDThlp4h No.173046 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Has anyone quit before and noticed that after a while, your tolerance to other drugs decreases?

I feel like ever since I started dipping daily, whenever I smoke weed I can't enjoy it as much. Especially considering I usually smoke at night, and nowadays I usually dip at night. If I smoke weed and dip before/after, it measurably kills my high. I googled it and it seems to happen to a lot of other people. Makes sense considering tobacco brings a buzz of its own, so all those catecholamines that could be going towards the weed high are recruited for the baccy buzz.
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Doris Fivingfed - Tue, 28 Feb 2017 02:43:07 EST ID:TQFJAWve No.173351 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Stimulants in general will reduce the "stoned" feeling, nicotine is no exception.
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George Ginnerbod - Wed, 01 Mar 2017 10:35:38 EST ID:23/KAOBu No.173355 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>173351
When i get stoned first and smoke a cig after ive not had one for a couple hours i get 10x as stoned for 10 minutes


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