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to smoke or not to smoke


to smoke or not to smoke, actually I don't want to, & I have quit smoking before, but after one month I got back to this stupid habit, my problem with smoking is I really enjoy it...

its stupid, dirty, ugly habit, and I want to quit, I have some good reasons that may help,
I'm not heavy smoker anymore, mostly I don't smoke in public, while walking, car...
and the main good reason is I'm not addicted to cigarette, but I'm addicted to enjoyment

on the other hand all of my friends are damn heavy smokers, it could be easy to quit smoking but hard to quit heavy smokers friends which having time with them increase the addiction

anyway I'll be doing my best to breakup with cigarette enjoyment
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