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gregt posted:

I would suggest simply mainlining nicotine. This will help speed up and ensure your addiction. It will make you seem real cool, unlike vaping, which is an IQ indicator, kind of like having a man bun or a Mohawk haircut or a facial tattoo.

Oops. PFM. That seems judgmental.

This is a good piece of advice. I do my best to quit smoking. I thought about vaping, but I read that it can also be addictive. I even made a call to addiction helpline and asked about it (I'll add a link in case someone is interested https://addictionresource.com/...-and-rehab-hotlines/). They told me that there are cases when vapers become addictive to crack. So, I decided just to give up smoking cigarettes. I've already asked my family and friends for support. Also I want to find a good hobby that will take my mind off the thought of smoking.

Last edited by Francis123

Of course smoke or vape will alter how you interpret the wine. This is why I stopped smoking altogether. Prior to quitting though I discovered one or two specific bottles that coped well with cigarettes, Olga Raffault's les Picasses was one of them, though I would need to dig out my tasting notes to specify which vintage; they vary in impression (but not quality) a lot, and a St Nicholas Bourgueil were two that cigarette smoke did not detract from.

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