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  1. Roby Wan 503 and come QUIT with me! Welcome @Adamacg
  2. Be Free. When i was 14 years old, i picked up my buddy’s can of Grizzly Mint and i packed a lip. For the next 8 years, i was enslaved to the can and i thought that i would never be free. As a senior in high school, i was dipping a can a day. By my sophomore year of college i “wanted to quit”. The problem was that i didn’t DECIDE to quit. I would throw my cans out and as soon as something didn’t go my way, I’d be back dipping like it was nothing. June 21 2018 It’s 3am, i throw my last dip out and i hate myself. I tell myself for the 1000th time that I’m quitting. I had no idea that this was the absolute truth. I had been trying to stop dipping for about a month at this point and i kept failing. I was alone in my “quit” and i had no accountability. I go online and type in ‘quitting dip forum’ hoping to just find some people who could help me out. I had no idea what was to come. I see quittingdip.com and i immediately sign up and start reading the Nicotine Knowledge Base. 7 am rolls around and i had talked to 12 of the members and i decided to be QLF. That was the greatest decision i have ever made. Over the past 100 days, i have learned more about myself than i ever would have imagined. When beginning this journey, i thought that i would just be quitting dip, and life would go in the same as it did when i dipped. Ha. If only i had known. For any potential quitters out there reading this: LIFE GETS BETTER IN EVERY ASPECT. It is absolutely crazy how much better my life has gotten in a mere 100 days. Let me be clear though, it’s not easy at all. I promise. But as i discovered Day 1 is the hardest day. That’s the day you make the decision to be free. Every other day you just do what you did the day before. Once you make that choice, love it and live it. Don’t ever look back. Excuses to dip used during this period: I have a long drive ahead of me. I’m tired. I need something to help me study. My girlfriend and i had an argument. I need to relax. I’m fishing, you can’t fish without dip. All of these things were shit excuses and now that i look back i am embarrassed. I was a fucking pussy. There are no REASONS to dip, forget excuses. I have nothing but thanks to give to everyone on this website. I have learned so much and i know that i will continue to learn everyday from here on out. Proud to quit with my fellow QD quitters. Each and everyone of you have influenced my quit and made me the man i am today. BE FREE AND LEARN TO LIVE LIFE THE RIGHT WAY, NOT AS A SLAVE BUT AS A WINNER!
  3. New guys start here. Post your tag your day and your promise. THEN BURN THE BOAT.
  4. Kick it off with some quit.
  5. Why did I quit? Let’s take a look: I remember always having to have a pack of cigarettes (or a can of chew to be “incognito”) when going out. I remember coming home from class, and the first thing I’d do was throw in a dip. Hell, dipping was often more important than eating. I remember riding my bike to the gas station in the dead of winter, just to get a new can. I remember drying my school papers after I had spilled a haphazardly placed spitter; they dried, but that brown hue never went away. Why did I quit? I was tired of being a slave. I was tired of a drug that’s in a dirty weed controlling my life and my behavior. It’s funny how when you’re using, you conveniently ignore all these little things, and why they happen; nicotine does that to you. Those little PSAs may be overly dramatic, but it’s the fucking truth; as an addict, nicotine will control your life if you let it. I was tired of letting it. Since quitting, I have noticed significant improvements in my life. My favorite part is the feeling of superiority. I am a very judgmental and proud person, and there is no better feeling than silently scorning any and every loser that chooses to stick cat shit or a nic-dick in their mouth; I am so much better than that. Further, because I am better than everyone else, quitting has caused a significant increase in my confidence. Being a 22 year old guy, confidence is about 80% of what I need to succeed on a day-to-day basis. Why did I quit? Because I’m the fucking man, and you are too. See you on scroll tomorrow. -Joe
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