Roll Call For Thursday August 24th, 2017

Heartburn When Quitting DipAre you quitting dip? Have you decided to quit chewing tobacco or some other form of smokeless tobacco? When you’ve become sick and tired of being a slave to a little round can in your back pocket can help. Your decision to take back your freedom from spit tobacco is one of the best you will ever make. helps people quit dipping by providing support for quitters. That support is provided by men and women who know what you’re going through because we’ve all been right where you are. Quitting smokeless tobacco isn’t easy and we won’t ever tell you it is. Adding a support system to your quit will greatly increase your chances of success. With over 30,000 registered members, our forums located at offer the best quit dipping support group available today – for FREE! It is the best place on the web to get your questions answered from people who’ve been there before.

Roll call 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).

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. Day 3. Today I quit with you all for good this time!

  2. Day 4. After reading more on this site,figured I should introduce myself. Got my first chew from my grandpa about 8 years old – it was terrible and hot. Didn’t really pick up the habit until 12. Mom used to find it and put in black pepper and cayenne so I stopped. Was on and off with it and cigarettes through the years, finally stopped smoking at 28 but only with the help of chew. At 35 I have quit for good. Saw my 88 year old grandpa over the weekend and told myself it started with him and will end with him as well – so that was it. Today, day 4, is so much better than the first 3 but I would love to still put in a fatty. I bought a tin on the first day, but couldn’t bring myself to open it. Can’t stand throwing it away either. Went to the store last night for a Powerball ticket and found it to be a really strange feeling not needing the extra $5 for chew. It’s weird but nice being without it.

    • I’d advise dumping that unopened can as soon as possible. Sometimes the only reason you make it a day without dip is due to it not being easily accessible.

      • My boss, who also chews, thinks I’m nuts too…but it doesn’t phase me. I’ve been keeping it around more just to taunt him and so we can have a giggle.

  3. Day 50! Halfway to HOF! Today I quit with all of you!

  4. Day 645. I quit with all of you today.

  5. Day 84..I quit with all of you today…I thank God for my being able to quit

  6. Day 1,017: Remember the hard road from the beginning of your quit. It will smooth out. Just give it time and don’t backtrack.

  7. Day 997. For Hell and TT. I remember that Hell your going through. I quit with you guys today.

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