Have you ever smoked a cigarette?
Heck no. Deathly allergic.
Yes always made me sick - I could never learn to inhale. Best thing that ever happened to me is I couldn't learn to smoke.
I'm down to 1 cig every few days or so. No longer addicted.
Where did you go? Come back!
The app doesn't work very well at all on my phone since that last update, plus I have legitimate reason to believe that somebody on this app came across some my personal info (including my full name) and has been sharing that info with other users 😣
I adore you and it's not the same without you! Please check back to see if they've fixed the problems, from time to time. Maybe changing your user ID name would fix the other problem?
Anything I can do to help?
I'm still rocking a iPhone 4S so I don't think it'll work until I upgrade haha. I can get to notifications like this easily but the polls pages freeze up and crash.
I may be back one day under a different alias and pictureless 😄
Laser- according to SoH, App Store has your fixes ready!
That is excellent news, thank you
I think I tried 2 back in the 70's. I said to hell with this crap. Never did again.
I probably smoked a pack of cigarettes in my entire life.
Yes, but not since 1968.
Wow! That's quite a stretch without smoking! That's great! :)
I only smoked for a couple years, fairly lightly, with a gap in the middle for a pregnancy. My SO was trying to quit, & had to endure smoke in his face all day at work (he was a short-order cook working at a counter), & I decided he didn't need to
deal with it at home, too. So I just quit. It was embarrassingly easy, but food was always my addiction, not tobacco. Even since, I have hated the smell & don't like being around it. What makes even my 2 years of smoking supremely stupid is that I
knew how bad it was, better than most. I'd worked a couple summers with carcinogens, and I'd seen an autopsy of a guy who had been a smoker. Ugh.
Wow! Both my parents used to smoke, but thankfully quit. Two of my sisters and my living grandmother smoke still, though, unfortunately.