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#135232 - 12/28/02 05:04 PM Any New Years Resolutions?
Trumpy Offline


Registered: 07/05/02
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Anyone care(or dare), to make a New Years
By the way, at the same time may I wish, all of you a Happy New Year!!!!.

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#135233 - 12/28/02 05:39 PM Re: Any New Years Resolutions?
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Registered: 05/27/02
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Loc: South Oxfordshire, UK
I've always resolved never to resolve and thus I've kept every New Year's resolution!

Gave up smoking on 13th January 1996 when I learned that a colleague had done so painfully on the first of the year. 'Twas much easier as I didn't realise that I was going to give up in advance!

To those contemplating trying to kick the habit - try getting hold of those asthama-pump type nicotine delivery systems, if they are available in your country. Much better than the patches IMHO and they substitute for a long pull on the old smoke when you need to shake off the craving. Still smoke free.


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