Roll Call For Sunday November 1st, 2015

KillTheCan.orgBlackjack - 21,000 Members is dedicated to helping people quit all forms of smokeless and spit tobacco including dip, chew, SNUS and snuff. Nicotine is the drug we are addicted to. Until you are free from the drug, you can’t be truly be free from your addiction. If you’re looking to quit dipping can help. Quitting dip isn’t easy. It may be the most difficult thing you ever do. Adding a support system to your quit can be the difference between success and failure. The best quit nicotine support system available is the forum.

Roll call on the forums is our DAILY promise that we will not use nicotine in any form for that day. This includes all forms of smokeless tobacco, dip, chew, SNUS, cigarettes, cigars, e-cigarettes and nicotine replacement therapy (NRT). Don’t worry about forever. It’s too big. Quit today and deal with tomorrow when we get there.

Use this blog post to post your daily promise. Leave a comment below with your forum screen name, your days quit and your quit group.

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  1. Rap Game Harry Kane

    Day 6. Pumped for the week ahead

  2. Day 7. Still going strong.

  3. I promise to quit

  4. Day 11. I quit.

  5. Day335. Interesting idea NC. Time change always messes with me for a week or so. But I won’t be using. I quit with all of you today. For self family and friends. NIC FREE IN 15.

  6. day 38. whoop whoop

  7. 225 in the books. Has anyone ever taken the time & courage to count the days where they weren’t quit? I admittedly am afraid to do so.

    • Sadly, yes, I’ve done this. Haven’t done the EXACT math (from date of first dip to quit date) but quick math puts me at 6,205 days as a dipper. At day 3,388 I’m just over halfway home to my “break even” date. +1

      • That is quite the accomplishment. I unfortunately, after doing some basic math, put myself roughly about 4,800 days from my halfway point. The bright side is that this will be my last quit ever. Next math effort will be estimating the money I wasted

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