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Stress Relief

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- Wed, 12 Feb 2020 22:02:31 EST IoHyoG3R No.174578
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Does smoking actually make you less stressed? I've never found it does that for me.
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Emma Murdbury - Fri, 24 Apr 2020 04:04:12 EST aoxuQG9s No.174645 Reply
>>174578
I feel there's actually a benefit for stress informed of nicotine, at least, informant of hinting perhaps a more sinister underlying...

Someone's in grief on the sidewalk though and there's really better option for that, no - IMO

It can - but already established are overlying benefits of break, nature, breathing, etc...

Absolutely it can, but perhaps not scalably over time?
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Kyle Wallaby - Sun, 03 May 2020 17:06:16 EST TRysBLKI No.174648 Reply
I love me some sweet cigarettes
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Hijinx Snookums - Fri, 22 May 2020 14:24:41 EST EYbDZ//z No.174658 Reply
I feel like its somewhat dose dependent & setting dependent for me. More frequently than not, 1/4-1/2 of a cigarette will help alleviate some stress for me and certainly takes the edge off. But if I end up smoking a full ciggy, I often find that the nicotine buzz and chest tension associated with it DOES cause me more stress, and the stimmyness of the cigarette ends up causing me more stress. I do *remember* that the way nicotine effects me when I've been drinking is somewhat of a different story though. It's been a while for that.

Snus thread

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- Tue, 13 Sep 2016 17:15:15 EST ASzhw9ao No.172904
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Snus deserves it's own thread
Pros:
>aint smelly
>kickass nicotine
>fuck ciggs
>cool teens do it in sweden
>not noticable, ergo discrete.

Cons:
>too bad I have literally become addicted to it just after a few weeks of use
>mouth cancer But I actually want to die fuck life[/]
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Oliver Pendleson - Tue, 19 May 2020 12:01:27 EST jDTiJxvO No.174654 Reply
>>172904
Snus is part of Swedish culture, also a classic conversation topic
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Hugh Piffingforth - Tue, 19 May 2020 15:00:25 EST H8ZWDQPi No.174655 Reply
>>172904
General is the only good brand available where i live

Nootropics.

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- Mon, 11 May 2020 16:19:57 EST JDa57VWm No.174652
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Hello.

is there a way to increase the nootropic properties of nicotine?
I am using low dose (6mg) non tobacco snus banks.

Looking for something like vitamin B complex, which amplifies caffeine. But for nicotine.

Thanks.

Portion Size

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- Thu, 30 May 2019 01:35:02 EST 5R0ZVWMp No.174311
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Does anyone else find that when they're out of ciggies, a very small amount of tobacco suffices when it comes to satisfying their addiction or the amplification of other drugs?
Tobacco is objectively best used as an adjunct to literally anything else. Someone out there should release half-sized cigs in 40 packs. I see people throw away the remainders of their cigs all the time, sometimes even almost a whole one, because apparently saving what remains of one is a social faux pas among idiots.
>inb4 roll your own
Tubes still emulate corporate cigs, so there is no modification to the actual portion size.

Holy shit I just wish someone would love me.
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Sidney Fuzzlebanks - Sat, 21 Dec 2019 16:33:37 EST bwV434Rb No.174520 Reply
actually wouldn't mind this since we have super long winters here. as long as you get the same amount of tobaccy i would buy a pack with a carton of regs
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Albert Lightfoot - Tue, 05 May 2020 17:04:47 EST TRysBLKI No.174651 Reply
I smoked tobacco out of a gravity bong once
lol

Eating tobacco

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- Sat, 14 Mar 2020 10:49:06 EST p1oDfwrB No.174599
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Has anyone tried eating tobaccco straight? I’ve been trying eating my pipe tobacco and swallowing it. The high is pretty good. Wondering if long term effects can’t be great. Give some feedback
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Ganny Heimland - Sat, 11 Apr 2020 22:45:03 EST cWYAyJd6 No.174618 Reply
That's the way they used to do it.
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Augustus Fandock - Fri, 24 Apr 2020 11:22:16 EST UPW18J9q No.174646 Reply
prolonged tissue contact = tummy cancer

Whelp it's official

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- Sat, 21 Dec 2019 14:54:09 EST 1Q5/SVxm No.174518
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Just signed, you have to be 21 or older to buy tobacco from now on
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Frederick Boffingwater - Tue, 07 Apr 2020 02:02:26 EST q2dnUJeH No.174608 Reply
>>174518
When I was younger they raised the smoking age to 16. I think maybe 17. Something like that. I was surprised when i was asked for an ID. Most kids really had no ID that I knew at 16. Looking back going to keg parties and all lightning up a cig walking in really wasn't 'cool.' In school we were always late to classes because of a 5 minute period between classes. The principal didn't really give us a difficult time. Only got caught once and the teacher treated it like a huge deal. But we just knew where to smoke in plain view basically.
Usually had weed which made classes kinda like huh, as well. Cigs were just useless.
If it were outlawed I don't see a problem, a grow your own tobacco, or take the taxes out.
Each tax increase, people have always said, I will quit when it reaches$$ A pack. Basically it from $1.25 a pack to it's highest $6.75 $7.25 for the major brands. The prices have dropped to around $6.65 for main brands.
There used to be called generic brand at supermarkets. Generic was trade marked. Plain white groceries, bread, beer cigs. If you have seen the movie repo man 1986? They say lets go get a drink. Generic six packs of beer. Today the cheapes brands of cigs are $4.00. Occasionally thyeare good quality tobacco and made well.
Previous attempts of cheap cigs the cherry would without fail because the cherry would fall off right towards
what would be the last two or three drags of more commercial brands. The .gov put a stop to that. Literally they companies saved money by having less tobacco in their cigarettes which would cause this.
With the manipulation of nicotine carriers, like ammonia, cheap cigarettes would taste like ammonia
and would give you a headache after smoking one. Pretty hellish after drinking all night and smoking
one. When paying an extra buck or two would have been better.
If anything stop smoking because of the tobacco lobbyists in government, which tobacco was called the biggest health issue. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2014/07/11/tobacco-is-still-americas-top-health-threat-but-washington-doesnt-treat-it-that-way/
So the CDC (center for disease control) is at odds between it's own government. The big tobacco lobby and those who they cater to and vise-versa.

China's government I believe, among others encourages one to be 'good citizen' to smoke.

So if anything to do to thumb your nose at government dysfunction is to not smoke rather than to smoke. Be an individual outlaw by not smoking.
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Ronald Ganderbuilt - Sat, 11 Apr 2020 22:02:58 EST cWYAyJd6 No.174616 Reply
I think they should let anyone of any age smoke if they want to.
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simple water pipe

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- Sun, 12 Aug 2018 18:35:04 EST MWBj7scv No.174068
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im semi proud of the sheer simplicity of this

if you're like me and want a chill smoke in between burning your lungs

ideally you get a mcdonalds straw, water bottle, ice ice cold water

poke 2 holes one 2/3s down for the straw, one closer to the top which you cover with your thumb as a carb

pull out your filter about halfway out

bite off/ cut out a bit of the filter so its kinda cone shaped at the end so it can fit snugly into the straw

after the filter is in there nicely slide the cig back down and the paper should enclose the outside of the end of the straw and youll feel it nicely bump back against the filter

and viola! mouth on the top, cover the carb, light the cig and inhale a little harder than you would normally, you should see the top of the bottle get white with smoke, release your thumb and there you are!

:) honest to god my lungs feel butter already and this is pretty easy to assemble when you are craving
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Donald Chump - Wed, 31 Oct 2018 21:08:47 EST 4TRxeYm8 No.174166 Reply
>>174164
cool idea man, maybe clean it though? or at least get some fresh water for it..
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Ryan Johnnyton - Wed, 15 Apr 2020 18:44:55 EST cWYAyJd6 No.174637 Reply
Water pipes for tobacco rule
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Simular herbs to tobacco

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- Fri, 23 Aug 2019 00:22:27 EST fLx/xnKr No.174382
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What other herbs are there you can smoke that work on the para sympathetic nervous system etc like nicotine does. I remember one that had simular effects to tobacco but dont remember its name. Or what other herbs are there that contain nicotine without the poisonous cancer bullshit tobacco has?
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Archie Gemmlesun - Tue, 11 Feb 2020 00:58:15 EST nnD7hNVg No.174576 Reply
>>174552
Betel nut can be found through online suppliers but the only product I purchased was dried and so hard it was impossible to use it for consumption.

I remember they usually can be found being sold out of Thailand and India.
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Hamilton Blicklewodge - Thu, 05 Mar 2020 13:42:55 EST d/CakHIB No.174595 Reply
>>174576
Even the stuff I get here in India from the paan shops is very hard.
I hardly feel an effect from it either way.

Look on bluelight to see coolio's (Rip) experience snorting pure arecoline to see why it's not really a desirable drug anyway.
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Ryan Johnnyton - Wed, 15 Apr 2020 18:31:31 EST cWYAyJd6 No.174636 Reply
Smoke some Salvia.
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Marlboro Red 100's

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- Sun, 12 Apr 2020 22:41:16 EST cWYAyJd6 No.174624
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I've been smoking these for a long time now. They taste great and really do the trick.
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Gandalf Whittyshire - Mon, 13 Apr 2020 17:37:10 EST cWYAyJd6 No.174633 Reply
These things get me pretty high.
So does crystal.
Anyway
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Tanner Hemlock - Tue, 14 Apr 2020 20:40:21 EST cWYAyJd6 No.174634 Reply
Those are good cigarettes.
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Galland Gypsy - Wed, 15 Apr 2020 10:22:16 EST cWYAyJd6 No.174635 Reply
Those ARE good cigarettes wow
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I did drugs

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- Thu, 09 Apr 2020 12:23:04 EST cWYAyJd6 No.174613
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Coffee and cigarettes coffee and cigarettes coffee and cigarettes
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Gandalf Whittyshire - Mon, 13 Apr 2020 02:48:59 EST cWYAyJd6 No.174629 Reply
You know what other movie rocks cock? Trainspotting.
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smoke

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- Sun, 12 Apr 2020 12:45:35 EST 4tDDaksV No.174621
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I quit...
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Byleth Furcas - Sun, 12 Apr 2020 14:49:46 EST cWYAyJd6 No.174623 Reply
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Smoking is good for you.
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nicotine addict stereotypes

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- Fri, 24 Jan 2020 03:54:47 EST W0B8+UoL No.174562
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Is there a temperament of person who gets really easily addicted to nicotine psychologically (and physically)? Tons of people in my family, myself included, have smoking habits in a pretty anti-tobacco local social climate, but we don't have alcoholism or any other addictions.

It's the people with the worst mental health problems. We all smoke like chimneys.
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Jared Fortnitehick - Fri, 24 Jan 2020 21:15:11 EST C2SQ4ajT No.174563 Reply
>>174562
I would say it is not involving with anything else. It's more of the reliance of the nicotine, I would also suggest you start checking out snuff or chew if you are really going to start tobacco daily. It is more healthy especially when you brush your teeth and use mouthwash as well. There's really no reason to smoke cigarettes unless you roll your own nowadays. Cigarettes are just a tax on you. I suggest you get them cans of snuff for like 2 bucks lol.
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Sophie Crammlesure - Tue, 24 Mar 2020 19:17:31 EST tiCfkd/p No.174604 Reply
>>174562
>It's the people with the worst mental health problems. We all smoke like chimneys.

You got it. The urge (for me, at least) to pick up burning plant matter and inhale the exhaust doesn't just happen one fine day. You have to think it's going to do something good for you, and if that's the case then you're probably not fully sane. If you question it, that's a step in the right direction, but I've questioned it for all of my life and I still go back to it periodically. I started questioning the image when I was a kid, then I started mimicking the image. When I finally had the oppourtunity to smoke my first cigarette I didn't hesitate. I liked it immediately, but I questioned why I liked it. Was it because it made me feel like I belonged? Was it because the high took away my worries? Was it because it tasted nice?

I guess my temperment is that I tend to question everything, partially due to mental illness and partially due to no one explaining things to me in a caring, honest way when I was young. Smoking helps more than anything else.
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Terrance Syliumsmith - Sat, 11 Apr 2020 21:19:48 EST cWYAyJd6 No.174615 Reply
>>174562
Stereotypes?
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Tobac vs Tobac

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- Thu, 03 Oct 2019 18:25:46 EST pH1RTNTn No.174444
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Why do Marlboros, export a or canadian smooths taste good even though they're relatively cheap?
Is it a subjective to taste thing or is it how they prepare it?
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Thomas Pishforth - Sat, 23 Nov 2019 18:20:46 EST CJagbXXx No.174477 Reply
>>174444
I think Canadian Marlboros taste like trash, brown dried grass taste no zip,
don't hit
That and Camel blues so shit
I mean, blues are whack in general
I dont smoke no blondes
Paul Mall lis owned by Marlboro and is an economy smoke you can find anywhere with a flavour that's bearable in comparison to that kinda junk trash, shit...
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Cornelius Tillingville - Tue, 07 Apr 2020 21:50:13 EST FQjmA3J8 No.174611 Reply
>>174477
I'm going to write a song about what you just said
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Phyllis Pittstock - Thu, 09 Apr 2020 01:21:20 EST cWYAyJd6 No.174612 Reply
>>174444
Marb red 100's are great
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Tonsillitis and tobacco

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- Wed, 26 Feb 2020 15:18:46 EST w7RPMbc+ No.174591
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Hey guys just wondering if anyone ever got over tonsillitis without stopping smoking cigarettes. My tonsils are still swollen but don't hurt anymore... All I want to do is smoke a cig.
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Edwin Greenhood - Fri, 06 Mar 2020 14:20:53 EST 3nmKxzdo No.174597 Reply
I always smoked through any illness including tonsillitis.
I just don't see why not. It's not like you're never gonna get well if you smoke. It's just gonna dry it out a bit and it hurts for a while but at least you smoked a cig. I don't see the big deal. You will get better wether you smoke or not, but obviously it's better for you if you don't smoke at all, still I mean, it's not gonna change anything
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Frederick Boffingwater - Tue, 07 Apr 2020 00:08:45 EST q2dnUJeH No.174607 Reply
The best time to quit smoking is when you get sick. Smoking is generally useless.
It makes you and your clothes smell like pee and poo.
People weren't born smoking, so why keep going.
You may find you can fell much better when you do
quit and don't even think about cigarettes.

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