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      02-08-2013, 02:37 PM   #39
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Drives: 10 e90 M3/72 tii
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Good for you ... you should do it...

My only advice is to stay away from non-smokers... they always feel like they have the best "quit smoking" advice...and you'll feel like lighting up again just to irritate them

Like that post on the first page saying “I take the same courses as you and I don’t smoke”.
I had a roommate like that in college always on the soap box… he’d would insist that if he smoked he could quit anytime…”it all about will power!!” Strange as it sounds, he never successfully quit being a douche even with all that will power!

Also... after you graduate and become a ex-smoker...please don't be the kind that walk around unsolicited going "I quit, so can you!!"

Good news is that when you are done you’ll realize that to quit smoking is one of the hardest things that most people will do in their lives…so it is quite an accomplishment that only smokers and ex-smokers can appreciate…

I wish you luck and hope to join you in the ex smoker’s club later this year
2010 e90 M3 (Current)1972 BMW 2002tii (for me)(Current)2007 335 IX (for everyone, winter car)(Current)2011 X5 5.0i (for wife) (Current)
2008 Z4 MC (for me)(sold 2017)2011 X6M (for new baby) (sold 2015)2008 E93 M3 (Traded 2013)2005 e46 M3(solidified affair)(wrecked 2010)In 2007 -2002 330Ci (started love affair)(Sold 2009)