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Free Stop Smoking Packs Instore With £9.25 of Vouchers

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Instructions:My local tesco is offering free stop smoking packs which have a wealth of advice and information on giving up smoking as well as stickers to record your progress etc.

The packs themselves are great, but the kids love the free stickers and best of all you get a sheet of money off vouchers too.

This consists of :

£1 off Nicotinell Gum
£2 off Nicotinell Lozenges
£1 off Colgate Plax Mouthwash
£2 off a spend of £8 on healthcare products (includes vitamins & medicines though not prescriptions)
£0.40 off colgate toothpaste
£1.25 off a £5 spend on beauty and toiletries

If there is a multibuy on the products ie the toothpaste you can use 2 vouchers and the plax and toothpaste count towards the £5 spend on toiletries.

Vouchers expire september 2007

First post so please be gentle :-)
 
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1 Like #1
Lets get people addicted to patches, gum and sprays because there is massive profits to be made from them and the tobacco push can continue in the third world, the passive smoking myth was initially funded by the tobacco and drug companies to make you feel guilty over smoking in front of people due to chemicals in it i.e arsenic, there is more arsenic in tap water than second hand smoke. No one has ever had smoking related put on their death certificate, dont believe the hype
#2
Skembear
Lets get people addicted to patches, gum and sprays because there is massive profits to be made from them and the tobacco push can continue in the third world, the passive smoking myth was initially funded by the tobacco and drug companies to make you feel guilty over smoking in front of people due to chemicals in it i.e arsenic, there is more arsenic in tap water than second hand smoke. No one has ever had smoking related put on their death certificate, dont believe the hype


I can choose to drink water, while I can't choose not to breath in putrid secondhand smoke from inconsiderate buffoons who delight in spewing out death!
#3
JUST say NO


scooter :)
#4
Skembear
Lets get people addicted to patches, gum and sprays because there is massive profits to be made from them and the tobacco push can continue in the third world, the passive smoking myth was initially funded by the tobacco and drug companies to make you feel guilty over smoking in front of people due to chemicals in it i.e arsenic, there is more arsenic in tap water than second hand smoke. No one has ever had smoking related put on their death certificate, dont believe the hype


Do you work for BAT? lol:roll:
#5
Skembear
Lets get people addicted to patches, gum and sprays because there is massive profits to be made from them and the tobacco push can continue in the third world, the passive smoking myth was initially funded by the tobacco and drug companies to make you feel guilty over smoking in front of people due to chemicals in it i.e arsenic, there is more arsenic in tap water than second hand smoke. No one has ever had smoking related put on their death certificate, dont believe the hype


Roy Castle would have disagreed with you if he had lived. Smoking related cannot be put on a death certificate but that doesn't mean people do not die of smoking related causes. It shows just how selfish smokers are that we have had to have a law to make them stop smoking in areas they shouldn't really be smoking.

They are addicts and as addicts we should expect nothing less from them
#6
Predikuesi
I can choose to drink water, while I can't choose not to breath in putrid secondhand smoke from inconsiderate buffoons who delight in spewing out death!


I agree!!!!! :x
#7
voted hot btw :)
#8
Predikuesi
I can choose to drink water, while I can't choose not to breath in putrid secondhand smoke from inconsiderate buffoons who delight in spewing out death!

Choose NOT to drink water or anything with water in it and see whether that kills you. I guarantee IT WILL, 100%:roll:

Edit. Forgot to mention..

Message to the government : BAN Dihydrogen monoxide!

Read the following and bow down in fear! CLICK!

Excerpt :

Dihydrogen Monoxide (DHMO) is a colorless and odorless chemical compound, also referred to by some as Dihydrogen Oxide, Hydrogen Hydroxide, Hydronium Hydroxide, or simply Hydric acid. Its basis is the unstable radical Hydroxide, the components of which are found in a number of caustic, explosive and poisonous compounds such as Sulfuric Acid, Nitroglycerine and Ethyl Alcohol.
For more detailed information, including precautions, disposal procedures and storage requirements, refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for Dihydrogen Monoxide.


What are some of the dangers associated with DHMO?
Each year, Dihydrogen Monoxide is a known causative component in many thousands of deaths and is a major contributor to millions upon millions of dollars in damage to property and the environment. Some of the known perils of Dihydrogen Monoxide are: Death due to accidental inhalation of DHMO, even in small quantities.
Prolonged exposure to solid DHMO causes severe tissue damage.
Excessive ingestion produces a number of unpleasant though not typically life-threatening side-effects.
DHMO is a major component of acid rain.
Gaseous DHMO can cause severe burns.
Contributes to soil erosion.
Leads to corrosion and oxidation of many metals.
Contamination of electrical systems often causes short-circuits.
Exposure decreases effectiveness of automobile brakes.
Found in biopsies of pre-cancerous tumors and lesions.
Given to vicious dogs involved in recent deadly attacks.
Often associated with killer cyclones in the U.S. Midwest and elsewhere, and in hurricanes including deadly storms in Florida, New Orleans and other areas of the southeastern U.S.
Thermal variations in DHMO are a suspected contributor to the El Nino weather effect.
#9
Shengis
Choose NOT to drink water or anything with water in it and see whether that kills you. I guarantee IT WILL, 100%:roll:


Water IS good for you, smoking IS NOT!!
#10
Predikuesi
Water IS good for you, smoking IS NOT!!

And?

So what about Dihydrogen monoxide? Good or bad? The Nazis used to give it to POW's you know. Must be good then.
2 Likes #11
Predikuesi
I can choose to drink water, while I can't choose not to breath in putrid secondhand smoke from inconsiderate buffoons who delight in spewing out death!


How can you label all of us as "inconsiderate buffoons?"

I started smoking with my friends as a kid and everyone around us including people that doesn't smoke thought we were "bad" and made us even more popular.

The point i'm trying to make is, if there's anyone you should be angry with, it should be the people who impose smoking as cool, every film that you see someone smoking in is considered as cool and thusly has now effected kids to think that smokers are cool and once you become addicted to something, it's very difficult to stop.

If smoking was so easy to cut out, companies wouldn't of introduced quit call centres, patches/nicotine gum, laws and grossly overpricing the price of cigerettes.

The people that are "inconsiderate" as you put it, are infact the people that expect us to quit or not to do something just because they don't agree with it, do you see me complaining about car fumes or people using over using electricity when they CAN cut down because it's all harmful to us but it's something we need or prefere to use.

We all have bad habits and no one is perfect, so get over it but it's important to me that when i smoke that i cause no or minimal inconvenience to other people around me, so please think before you speak.
#12
Shengis
And?

So what about Dihydrogen monoxide? Good or bad? The Nazis used to give it to POW's you know. Must be good then.


They don't sell it in packets and have people in enclosed areas forcing it down my throat.

http://www.dhmo.org/facts.html
#13
Skembear
Lets get people addicted to patches, gum and sprays because there is massive profits to be made from them and the tobacco push can continue in the third world, the passive smoking myth was initially funded by the tobacco and drug companies to make you feel guilty over smoking in front of people due to chemicals in it i.e arsenic, there is more arsenic in tap water than second hand smoke. No one has ever had smoking related put on their death certificate, dont believe the hype



Proof positive that smoking can also seriously affect the common sense receptors in your brain. Just say no, kids. :whistling:
#14
I'm a bit confused by this thread to be honest!! Are people on here actually endorsing smoking?
#15
davelfc
They don't sell it in packets and have people in enclosed areas forcing it down my throat.

http://www.dhmo.org/facts.html


Actually they do sell it in packets in most supermarkets. Shocking state of affairs and it makes me so angry:x
#16
finicky
I'm a bit confused by this thread to be honest!! Are people on here actually endorsing smoking?

I am not, but I think the smokers are.
#17
davelfc
I am not, but I think the smokers are.


Ohhhh bad bad people!! I'd say the positive thing about smoking is that one is not aware of how bad they smell!!!!
#18
Shengis
Choose NOT to drink water or anything with water in it and see whether that kills you. I guarantee IT WILL, 100%:roll:

Edit. Forgot to mention..

Message to the government : BAN Dihydrogen monoxide!

Read the following and bow down in fear! CLICK!



I vote for keeping Dihydrogen monoxide, very useful substance.

(Sounds a bit similar to an episode of Penn + Teller to me.)
#19
finicky
Ohhhh bad bad people!! I'd say the positive thing about smoking is that one is not aware of how bad they smell!!!!
Actually, the most positive thing I found about most of the smokers I know is that they're not uptight vindictive ********. Quite different from the ex-smokers i've met.

Anyway, I choose to smoke, if non smokers don't like it, tough :p
#20
AngelPenny
I vote for keeping Dihydrogen monoxide, very useful substance.

(Sounds a bit similar to an episode of Penn + Teller to me.)

:thumbsup:
#21
If you want to stop smoking, or not, the vouchers are quite useful. :thumbsup:

I give the stickers to my son's teacher. He uses them for rewards for good work to go on the kids sticker charts. (Year 1). Saves the school a bit of money.:-D

Voted hot!
#22
Why, what kind of stickers are they?
#23
House Elf
If you want to stop smoking, or not, the vouchers are quite useful. :thumbsup:

I give the stickers to my son's teacher. He uses them for rewards for good work to go on the kids sticker charts. (Year 1). Saves the school a bit of money.:-D

Voted hot!


Thank you thank you thank you, i was beginning to think you lot had missed the point of my post, irrespective of whether you smoke or not there are still £6+ savings to be had
#24
Sorry it took me a while to reply - I just nipped out for a fag :whistling:

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#25
Shengis


Anyway, I choose to smoke, if non smokers don't like it, tough :p




Sorry to do this mate, but you don't 'choose' to smoke at all. You do it because you are addicted; essentially you have to smoke. Let me guess, you also enjoy it and will stop when you are ready, but you don't want to yet? You're in control of those cigarettes, right? :whistling:

Not a chance. Do yourself a favour and read the Allen Carr book on giving up smoking. I was a smoker for 14 years and stopped over a year a go. Life is so much better without having to stick a fag in your gob every few hours. Seriously, give it a read. No scare tactics (we all know smoking kills us) just shatters the myths on why you think you smoke.
#26
Will73
Sorry to do this mate, but you don't 'choose' to smoke at all. You do it because you are addicted; essentially you have to smoke. Let me guess, you also enjoy it and will stop when you are ready, but you don't want to yet? You're in control of those cigarettes, right? :whistling:

Not a chance. Do yourself a favour and read the Allen Carr book on giving up smoking. I was a smoker for 14 years and stopped over a year a go. Life is so much better without having to stick a fag in your gob every few hours. Seriously, give it a read. No scare tactics (we all know smoking kills us) just shatters the myths on why you think you smoke.


While I agree what you say is 99% true in most cases, I did actually take a break from smoking a good few years ago. It lasted a few months and I decided to start again. That was before the age of patches etc. So for me, starting to smoke again was my decision rather than addiction forcing me to continue. Everybody has their vices, I for example very rarely drink alcohol because I don't really enjoy the after effects etc. I wouldn't recommend anybody starting smoking, but at the end of the day I would leave the decision to them. They have free will, as do I. If I wanted to stop I would, but I don't choose to as I love being an anti social bastid:giggle:

Re, the Alan Carr comment, I was once told I looked like him. Not sure whether that was meant as an insult or not pmsl;-)
#27
Yes they are useful vouchers whether you smoke or not! I'm sure everyone uses toiletries of some kind!

They did these same packs last year with the same vouchers. Usually available around the pharmacy desk.
#28
I hope the resemble isn't too similar - he's dead now ;-)

Seriously though, I would think that the reason you started again, was that you were still addicted and gave in.

The reason i think the book would really open your eyes to smoking is that you are using all the excuses I used to use to smoke - I choose to do it, everyone has a vice etc etc. Its up to you I suppose, but i thinks its about 8 quid and you have nothing to lose and everything to gain by reading it!
#29
Will73
I hope the resemble isn't too similar - he's dead now ;-)

Seriously though, I would think that the reason you started again, was that you were still addicted and gave in.

The reason i think the book would really open your eyes to smoking is that you are using all the excuses I used to use to smoke - I choose to do it, everyone has a vice etc etc. Its up to you I suppose, but i thinks its about 8 quid and you have nothing to lose and everything to gain by reading it!

After much dissection as to the reasons I smoke, i've put it down to 2 main reasons (not including being anti social).

1: Boredom
2: I'd be stuffing my gob wth food constantly, see 1 lol.

At the end of the day, i'm happy with the way I am and see no reason to change that. As I say, each to their own:thumbsup:
#30
I don't get why people don't go 'cold turkey', it's cheaper and everyone who used to smoke in my family did it this way, and it worked. You just need 'willpower' and something to occupy your mind.

Voted hot nevertheless.

EDIT: There was something in the 'newspaper' the other month about the effects on the body at different times, once you stop smoking, heres a similar (interesting read) link:

http://www.avonhypnotherapy.co.uk/smokersbody.htm
http://www.wellerassociates.co.uk/StopSmokingHypnotherapy.htm (half way down).
#31
oh you poor deluded sheep, you really fell for the hype, if you drive a car or a passenger on any vehicle something else you have a choice in, except water is essential to life, you really are a hypocritical fool who loves the bandwagons, don't do as i do, do as i say, way too many people CHOOSE to smoke, freedom of choice people, I choose not to smoke in front of people, I dont need ill informed sun readers telling me what I already know
#32
Its up to you I suppose, but i thinks its about 8 quid and you have nothing to lose and everything to gain by reading it![/QUOTE]

he made one for women too (dont know why its different) avon are selling it for £5 at the moment. get it from a rep, if it doesnt work within the 90 days guarrantee give it back for a full refund

i had one of the packs when m8 wanted a pack of the gum. the small pack of mint had got an offer at tesco making it £3 and the £1 off voucher made it £2 which made it worth a shot for her (less than 10 fags) thanks
#33
Sorry but I felt the need to reply to this thread.....
I am also a smoker and as much as the ban is a good thing in restaraunts and food places pubs and other areas have taken this too far....
Smoking shelters must have 3 open sides????? - Why when only smokers will be using them?
But as I keep saying to people what will be next - Drinkers being refused treatment?
Fat people being told to lose weight?
We have set a standard now that the Great British public will just allow to be pushed about......
The Spanish said no to this as did the French and German...
This country has no back bone.
As Proved with the unions going under.
Off my soapbox now
#34
This thread is about patches to give up smoking, so the question has to be: Why are non smokers even reading it??, let alone spouting their indoctrinated views on others.

Remember, alcohol is bad for you as well, causes no end of early deaths and misery, I do hope all of the Anti Smoking Brigade share the same view on booze..:roll:

If the government is really serious about smoking, how come it is still legal for 16 year olds to buy tobacco products, it is 18 in most of Europe.

Oh I forgot, most of our government are former weed users, but that is OK, they did it while they were students, so knew no better, yeah right.
#35
This is an oldie lol. Two reasons the government WANT you to smoke.

1: Tax revenue.
2: You'll most likely be dead before they have to pay you state benefits due to age.
#36
Shengis
This is an oldie lol. Two reasons the government WANT you to smoke.

1: Tax revenue.
2: You'll most likely be dead before they have to pay you state benefits due to age.


(1) Well I smoke but I have not contributed one penny in UK Tobacco Tax for over ten years, and no I do not do anything illegal.

(2) In light of the ever declining state of UK Care Homes and the NHS, perhaps that may not be such a bad thing.;-)
#37
For point 2 I was thinking more of what would pass for a state pension, which I would imagine would be something like income support or whatever ts called.

And yeah, point 1.... I support the Belgian government ;-)
1 Like #38
Inactive I have also followed your way and no longer buy my Fags in this country - Thanks to Ryan Air I fly out to Santander every few months to stock up.:whistling:
No I dont sell them I only bring back them for me and my partner so this government is no longer getting extra tax from me....
I wont be bullied or pushed around by them :p
#39
Similar here bwfcuk, I make frequent trips to Spain, stock up while I am there.

The next UK Government Nanny State target is booze, they have started already, wait for it.

Their excuse, if they increase booze prices it will make people cut down,:roll: yeah really.

Soon you will need a licence to fart in this country.;-)
#40
The whole problem with smoking is that because it is addictive it is something that people can't constrain to only times when they are alone or with people who don't mind smoking.
Smoking influences your judgement, it becomes so that when you think ' is it ok if I smoke here? ', your judgement is effected by thoughts of 'I really fancy a smoke' or ' I NEED a cigurette', while non-smokers unimpeded thinking is, why can't they do that later, or somewhere else.

Smoking is not something you have to do, but it is something that HAS to effect anyone around you.

The laws brought in are simply neccesary because people can't restrain them selves. Even now smokers are a pain. I was at a bus station waiting for a coach last week and all the smokers were standing just outside the cover, on the pavement, in a long line. I think that is still illegal but i'm not sure.
The point is they were as far as they could see 'sticking to the rules' but everyone was still having to inhale their smoke.

The old alchol is bad for you argument is completely different.

I drink a few pints here and there but I do not crave one if i go without for a couple of weeks. In fact alcohol causes no more a craving than a refreshing glass of water on a hot day.
But ultimately of course the main difference is most people don't throw their drink over everyone in the room when they down pint after pint in the pub! :p

Not usually anyway ;-)

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