Killbert-Robby wrote:I don't know about any of that, but if I know the worst part about not smoking (From the oh so numerous times I've quit) is the craving. Dinner's over, man, I love a smoke after dinner, aw shit I cant. Then I start gritting my teeth.
But if I was shooting junk for a couple years instead, the withdrawal could fucking *kill* me.
Man I'm not even addicted to the nicotine, I just like the act of smoking. It's like when you scratch an itch and you're all "ahhhhh...."
Like, I'm not noticing any nicotine withdrawal right now but whenever I think about a cigarette I'm like "HELL YES" and then I go "but... I was gonna quit" and then I'm like "oh come on one more pack" and then I'm like "but that's what I said about the LAST pack" etc.
My dad used to smoke. Once he quit for six months, then all it took was one to get him smoking again. After six months you are NOT still hooked on nicotine. Psychological addiction is much tougher to get over than physiological.