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Tobacco Stained Chains…

  • Posted by: on September 22nd, 2009 |
  • 14 Comments

We all know how it goes. Wake up. Cough. Light. Cough. Have breakfast. Cough. Light. Cough. Go to work. Cough. Light. Cough. Work. Cough. Light. Cough. Go back home. Cough. Light. Cough.

The daily ‘life’ of smokers is almost always the same.

I started smoking back in 1985. I can still remember my first pack of cigarettes, it lasted about a week. I remember that I kept it in the glove compartment of my car. What a fool. Nowadays I carry my cigarette pack everywhere. Like a heavy chain wrapped around my neck. Twenty-four years later, I confess, I’ve been carrying around, without strength, a sinister companion, my toxic habit: smoking.

For almost two decades I’ve have been tormented by every non smoker around. Usually the people who really love us have the best horror stories about this guy that used to smoke and finally became a cancer patient or, even worse, whose wife (who didn’t smoke) became a second hand smoker and ended having cancer herself. We even are frightened to google phrases like: images of smoker’s lungs, consequences of smoking, lung cancer and so on. We know, that’s why we are afraid to look.

It was really cool to smoke while hanging out with friends. Smoking used to be our own personal declaration of independence. I was young then. I’ve improved so much as a human being, now I am capable of appreciating what life is really about. But, until now, I’ve always kept this stop smoking goal at the bottom of my list of priorities. Even worse, as responsible parents we are tormented by the idea of inducing our own kids into the smoker’s lifestyle. Yes, because, every time our kids come and hug us, deep inside their little brains a link is being built. This is how true love smells. Spooky, isn’t it? We smokers have to deal with that guilt too.

Twenty-four years later, smokers are not welcomed everywhere. We are, as a college professor used to say, ‘The Pestilence of Humanity.’ No more smoking allowed at the movies, in the mall, in the pub, on airplanes, just to name a few. We smokers knew this day would come. And we were more than ready to receive the wide range of healthy choices that would come, on fine day, for us.

We tried the nicotine gum, the patches and read about the creepy stories of Chantix triggered nightmares. Then came Blu. What exactly is Blu, how can Blu help us get rid of smoking, that’s what this article is all about. Basically, let’s say that we are challenged to trade smoke for vapor. It’s that easy.
Blu is an electronic cigarette, also known as an “e-cigarette”. These are battery-powered devices that provide inhaled doses of nicotine. Each e-cigarette delivers a vaporized liquid nicotine solution. A Blu cigarette resembles a regular cigarette. They are reusable, with replaceable and refillable parts. Blu is a substitute to all smoked tobacco products out there. The inhaled vapor provides flavor, without the bothersome smoke. Say goodbye to lighters and matches and, as a result, say goodbye to damaged clothes, nasty smell and overall smoking related illnesses. Blu is the way to go.

Blu is the best offer out there and is an economical option. The stylish appearance of the Blu e-cigarette is prominent. Smoking isn’t chic anymore. Blu design is sleek and avant garde. For us that are taking the first step into this vaporizer’s world, Blu offers the Blu Starter Kit. It includes one pack that charges the cigarettes’ batteries and holds five tips; two electronic cigarette batteries, an atomizer, a wall charger, a USB charger, twenty five cartridges in the strength of your choice (equivalent to over 150 cigarettes a correction from my video) and a thirty day money back guarantee and one year warranty. All this, for less than $60.00. It’s a no brainer.

Let’s take the first step toward recovering our energy, our health. Let’s leave behind the guilt and the foul smell that regular cigarettes carry. Let’s free ourselves from these tobacco stained chains. Let’s Blu, for a change.

14 Responses to “Tobacco Stained Chains…”

  1. Bummer lost all of the comments from before. I have seen many of these e-cigs and wished they would have been around when I quite smoking a while back. Now I just want to try it because they look pretty cool. Now that it has been a couple of weeks how has the experiment been going for you? Still smoke free? Likes, dislikes? I’d be interested to hear.

    • Vic says:

      Totally not even have thought about getting regular cigarettes it has been a really weird experience. I never thought I would end up liking vaping more then smoking. I just ordered actual ejuice to start refilling I was going to keep updating here but this is so specific I might make a special blog about it since i have become such a huge fan o fthe industry.

  2. Denise says:

    I still have not ordered this as I need to save enough money to order extra cartridges. Since it takes two weeks to get an order through I need to have enough until I can order more.

    Glad to see you have this site back up!

    • Vic says:

      Wait on ordering till I make the next video cuz I ordered ejuice and want to see how it taste and also how easy is it to refill cartridges cuz it is even way cheaper when you refill yourself. I should get the ejuice by Monday.

  3. Ivan says:

    Yo Vic,

    Addiction is a bitch, good thing you found an alternative. At least there is a safer way for people who do smoke and for people who want to smoke. Also when is your new job starting, you know, the spokesperson for Coca Cola. I can relate to the soda addiction, I have one to. Stay safe and I love the new website as well. Vintage, good chose.

  4. JoL says:

    Vic, did you ever try the generic soda at Walmart/Sam’s?
    They have several including a ‘Coke Zero’.

    – JL

    • Vic says:

      I just can not get into diet coke or equivalents the loses I have come to generics is Bubba Cola from Save A Lot that is the closes to Coke I have come in a off brand.

  5. What is it about Coke and Newports? My wife is totally addicted to both. I do coffee, all day. At first we thought caffeine and nicotine perpetuated each other but have discovered that cutting back or quitting the caffeine does absolutely nothing to the nicotine addiction, because like you said nicotine is just one of many addictive agents in cigarettes. Thanks so much for this I will definitely try Blu.

  6. David says:

    You ever thought of becoming an affiliate for their product? 🙂 It’s good to see you taking initiative to kick the smoking habit. I’ve been following you since day 1 from Blogger Unleashed and the more videos you produce the more of genuine guy I see. Hope all continues to be well…and at some point we get back into the scheme of making money 🙂

  7. Bcarter says:

    Vic,

    Congratulations on your decision to kick the habit. I have heard of this product, but have been reluctant to try it just because it sounded like another easy way out.

    I’ll be watching your progress because this sounds like a product that can really help me kick the habit. I don’t think my problem is the nicotine as much as using a cigarette as a way to take a break at work or have a conversation with my hubby.

    People who have never smoked may not get it, but a smoker’s whole life revolves around cigarettes and I think that is one of the biggest things to kick with this nasty habit.

    Brenda

  8. Phil says:

    I quit almost three years ago, and this week I just to buy a pack of cigarettes… I vowed to myself that it would be the last, but then I bought another.. Now I am thinking of getting Blu thanks to this video – hell no, I just need to stop buying those cigarettes…. But that Marlboro Gold just tastest so damn good especially with beer!

  9. V.S. Canada says:

    Hey Vic, surprised I randomly found this site, I thought you quite blogging like you do now. Last I’ve seen you was on your old Blogger Unleashed site.

    Glad to see your back with some nice off-time videos, hope it goes well. Always loved your attitude and how well you struck into people’s minds how this online marketing world really is.

    Reminds me of the military discipline and how they teach, you would make a great military online marketing coach!

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