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Re-Starting after 10 months

Postby MarlboroCanadian » Wed Jan 04, 2017 1:54 pm

I'm 45 now. Have been an addicted smoker since 13, but my husband and I had quit 10 months ago. I've thought about smoking every day since, but managed to stay quit. It's been hard, especially with the fetish (which my husband knows about, but doesn't share). Now we've gone on an extended 2-month trip to Mexico and the second drunken night here, hubby pulls out a pack of cigarettes (Canadian brand, which he'd brought with him) and announces that "It's time for a smoke and some sex"...
Didn't have to ask me twice!

So we chained 2 cigs each, then had a hot time... He said he loves my "smokey cock" and told me it's bigger and harder when I'm turned on by smoke. He wants me to keep smoking while we're here for 2 months, and the idea of getting hooked again is a MAJOR turn-on for me! Went to sleep after that... That was Day One.

Yesterday was Day Two. Didn't smoke until late afternoon, when he pulled out the cigs again. When we were out for dinner I picked up a couple packs of Marlboro Red (Mexican version - bit different than the US version, but good - 10 mg tar and .7 mg nic) and I smoked 5 over the course of the evening.

Today is Day Three, and I woke up craving a smoke. Waited for about 30 minutes until the craving was good & strong, then grabbed my Marlboros and lit up... Hubby didn't say anything, but it was obvious his plan worked... It was So good to have a morning smoke again!! I'm about to light up my 5th cig of the day, and am aiming to finish this pack by tonight (that will be 14 cigs today).

So... 2 on the first day, 5 on the second day, 14 on the third day... Good progression. And I'm back in the grip of smoke & nicotine! Fucking loving it! Can't wait for the cravings to get really strong again -- I always loved satisfying that urge.

Hubby's having a nap right now, but I'm waking him in a couple hours for some "afternoon delight", and I'll have fresh smoke on my breath.

If he really does want us to quit again when we go back home, I have a feeling it's going to be very difficult! Maybe I can get him to try smoking during sex on this trip, and see if it turns him on... Wish me luck!
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Re: Re-Starting after 10 months

Postby MarlboroCanadian » Wed Jan 04, 2017 2:28 pm

I should add, for the lung damage fans here -- we're re-starting smoking at the end of getting over the flu, so I find my lungs are protesting the smoke a bit. It's like having an instant smoker's cough -- quite a bit of hacking and phlegm. Hot to think of all the tar starting to fill up my lungs again :twisted:
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Re: Re-Starting after 10 months

Postby Newport100s » Thu Jan 05, 2017 4:46 pm

Because he got you re-hooked he has to accept the fact that you love to smoke. Don't quit when you go home! You deserve to have that massive hard on all the time!!!
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Re: Re-Starting after 10 months

Postby MarlboroCanadian » Sat Jan 07, 2017 3:42 pm

Thanks, Newport - appreciate that!
My cold got worse after I posted, and yesterday I didn't smoke at all :( Today I went to town for some cold medication and a few things. Grabbed a new lighter, so I have one for myself...

Came back and asked where he'd put my Marlboros (he'd cleaned and moved things). I grabbed them. He offered me a lighter. I said I'd picked one up in town, as I lit myself up...

As I was finishing my first cig in about 48 hours he joined me for another smoke - definitely pleased to see me chaining a second - which got us both boned up, and then we went back to bed for some more fun!
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Re: Re-Starting after 10 months

Postby perfectfalc » Sun Jan 08, 2017 7:09 pm

I enjoyed this very much. Appreciated how you got turned on/excited by the smoking again. care to update?
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Re: Re-Starting after 10 months

Postby MarlboroCanadian » Mon Jan 09, 2017 3:04 pm

The update's not as exciting as you (or I) might like ... yet.

I'm still dealing with this damn flu, which settled in my lungs, but it's getting better. I'm only smoking 10 a day right now. But I'm lighting up first thing in the morning, and last thing at night. The number of cigs will increase as I get better.

Looking forward to hitting a pack a day!! Will keep you posted.
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Re: Re-Starting after 10 months

Postby perfectfalc » Tue Feb 07, 2017 2:33 pm

MarlboroCanadian wrote:The update's not as exciting as you (or I) might like ... yet.

I'm still dealing with this damn flu, which settled in my lungs, but it's getting better. I'm only smoking 10 a day right now. But I'm lighting up first thing in the morning, and last thing at night. The number of cigs will increase as I get better.

Looking forward to hitting a pack a day!! Will keep you posted.


;) love it, cause I can tell as you type this you are craving one.
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Re: Re-Starting after 10 months

Postby peepunk » Fri Feb 10, 2017 12:16 am

hey dude

how about an update
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Re: Re-Starting after 10 months

Postby Jackson » Fri Feb 10, 2017 9:13 am

MarlboroCanadian wrote:The update's not as exciting as you (or I) might like ... yet.

I'm still dealing with this damn flu, which settled in my lungs, but it's getting better. I'm only smoking 10 a day right now. But I'm lighting up first thing in the morning, and last thing at night. The number of cigs will increase as I get better.

Looking forward to hitting a pack a day!! Will keep you posted.

Your back for sure, smoking 10 a day with the flu is a clear sign of an addicted smoker, welcome back man!
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Re: Re-Starting after 10 months

Postby MarlboroCanadian » Fri Feb 10, 2017 1:33 pm

Thanks for the interest, guys - I've been smoking 15 or 16 per day consistently, but haven't hit the pack-a-day yet that I want to... But I think today's the day for it!

I'm smoking one per hour today during the day... Hubby doesn't usually smoke during the day, but almost chains in the evening when we're having some drinks... So if I have one every hour during the day, then light up every time he does tonight, I shouldn't have any problem hitting my full pack goal.

I love being back as a smoker. Love the cravings. Love opening up every new pack. Love the need to make sure there are enough cigs, so we don't run out... You know the feeling!

And right now I'm hard as I write this, and just thinking about smoking is giving me a craving, so I think it's time to step outside for another smoke!
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Re: Re-Starting after 10 months

Postby rogie » Fri Mar 31, 2017 6:22 am

hey dude

how about an update
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Re: Re-Starting after 10 months

Postby MarlboroCanadian » Sun Apr 02, 2017 7:27 am

Well, I was doing good with my smoking Marlboro Reds down in Mexico - enjoying around 15+ cigs per day, but coming back to Canada I've had a huge set-back...

Two of my long-time former favorite brands aren't doing it for me. Marlboro Canadian's gave me an almost constant irritating dry cough. I was having a hard time even talking without having to break to cough. And I tried the duMaurier brand again, which I also used to like, but they changed their filter and now they taste horrible. Can't stand them.

So at this point I'm struggling with it and almost down to no smoking at all... If I could have the Mexican Reds up here, I'd still be loving the smoke!
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Re: Re-Starting after 10 months

Postby rogie » Wed Dec 27, 2017 4:07 pm

So, Marlboro Canadian after almost 8 months since you and your husband came back from Mexico you haven't smoked at all? How could you battle the cravings? :D
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Re: Re-Starting after 10 months

Postby joshpayne » Thu Dec 28, 2017 6:54 am

As I posted before…when I'm sick, bad cold, cough, chest cold, sore throat and sinusitis or sinus infection I switch from my usual 2ppd+ red 100s to Newport 100s or Marb Green 100s. Was once told by a heavy smoking buddy that menthol allows you to still smoke with those cold symptoms, actually opens up your air passages allowing you to still smoke and actually helps until u recover.

Think about it…most medicines for colds, etc…. most cough drops, throat lozenges, vapor rubs contain menthol additives!
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Re: Re-Starting after 10 months

Postby MarlboroCanadian1 » Wed Jan 17, 2018 3:37 pm

Hey Rogie - So the update is that I did quit after being back in Canada for a bit. It was tough fighting the urge to smoke. I spent a lot of time looking at smoke blogs on Tumblr and jerking off! Almost went back to it again one day when the cravings were really strong - went to the smoke shop to buy a pack of Marlboro Canadians but found out they were discontinued!! :evil: Bought some duMaurier but didn't like them, so didn't continue.

Well, we're back down in Mexico now and of course we've started smoking again! The Mexican Reds are great. I'm back to 10+ per day after just a few days. Assume I'll increase as the cravings get stronger again... Have 2 months down here again, so I know there'll be a tough choice when I get back home... either quit or find another brand that I like. We'll see... but for now the smoke demon is back and I'm loving it!

Still going to the smoke blogs regularly - love seeing hot guys smoking & showing how fucking sexy smoking is - it's great inspiration to increase. How can anyone resist?
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Re: Re-Starting after 10 months

Postby rogie » Thu Jan 25, 2018 9:23 am

Hey dude thanks for your reply. That's so great that you're enjoying smoking again and that your husband joins you. You can probably buy several carton to bring home. How many are you smoking now? And what's the goal? 1ppd, 2ppd or more? I suggest to increased as much as you can now that you're able to do it. I bet the Mexican prices are great too.
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