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Well I turned 18 today and it was great had a halo party got some endlinks and smoke a black and mild,wich tasted not that great...lol I had fun
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thats what i heard i need all the help i can get,the bird is out of co-miss........and im happy about that
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enjoy it while you can, that's all I have to say. Life flies by real fast after that.
I would say that life starts flying after you turn 21. Buying smokes and dirty magazines will keep you happy for so long. It isn't untill you start buying beer that time flys or maybe it is just that you forget.
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no, wait till you are in your late 20's.....time really starts moving.

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Mmmm, black n milds.
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I would say that life starts flying after you turn 21. Buying smokes and dirty magazines will keep you happy for so long. It isn't untill you start buying beer that time flys or maybe it is just that you forget.
and i think its just that you forgot all those nights ..............


happy bday rob. and i agree with him^^^ smokes and porno's will only make you happy for a few months.. being 18 isnt all the freedom you think it is... trust me.. 19.. idk.. but ill let you know in november lol

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no, wait till you are in your late 20's.....time really starts moving.
20's.....huh...whats that?
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Happy B-day T-bird90! Live it up!! Just think, in 3 more years you can get alcohol legally I also enjoy a Black n' Mild every now and then. Not too bad.

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are you speaking for the rest of the geriatrics here?
Hey now,

In my eyes, I'm only as old as I want to be. My body may be 31, but I swear sometimes my mind thinks like a 18 yr old, lol...

I believe that age is truly a state of mind. Sure, I have enough sense to do what I need to, but I haven't become an old fart yet. Just the right mix of the two. Besides, I don't want my daughter to grow up thinking her old man isn't "cool"

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Hey now,

In my eyes, I'm only as old as I want to be. My body may be 31, but I swear sometimes my mind thinks like a 18 yr old, lol...

I believe that age is truly a state of mind. Sure, I have enough sense to do what I need to, but I haven't become an old fart yet. Just the right mix of the two. Besides, I don't want my daughter to grow up thinking her old man isn't "cool"

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Well I turned 18 today and it was great had a halo party got some endlinks and smoke a black and mild,wich tasted not that great...lol I had fun
Congrats, now you can see rated R movies... or was that 17. I think you can finally rent cars... well, atleast crappy ones. Just enjoy you last days as a kid. Im only 23, but being 18 years old feels like ages ago for me.

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Congrats, now you can see rated R movies... or was that 17. I think you can finally rent cars... well, atleast crappy ones. Just enjoy you last days as a kid. Im only 23, but being 18 years old feels like ages ago for me.
i believe you have to be 25 to rent a car.

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Happy birthday!

I like the new Black & Mild Creme, which come free in the twin pack. But Djarum cloves are great, and so are Backwoods and Swisher Sweet Outlaw cigars.

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i believe you have to be 25 to rent a car.
Most companies, yeah. I know you can rent from Zip-Car at 21, 18 in some cities.

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not in MA anyway, I rented several during my punishment from the car gods. It seemed no matter what car I was driving, I would still get rearended or t boned. After a year of that crap, I seemed to make peace with them and they let me be.

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Happy birthday!

I like the new Black & Mild Creme, which come free in the twin pack. But Djarum cloves are great, and so are Backwoods and Swisher Sweet Outlaw cigars.
those cloves are strong as snit! lol rob if you continue to smoke... stick with something like marlboro reds with the filter cut off or the camel unfiltereds..(reds are stronger to me) before you even thing about trying the cloves lol they will choke you when you try them as for the backwoods.. those are great and so are the swishers..

ben have you ever tryed the captain black's honey cigarettes? theyre usually on of the "under the counter special"

oh and to rob and everyone else... im by no means telling you to start smoking.. i started when i was 16 and now i do 1 1.5 packs DAILY.. please... dont get as bad as me if you can help it.. lol

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how bout dont smoke, then you wont have to worry about the health problems....




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how bout dont smoke, then you wont have to worry about the health problems....
deal that black and mild(cream) was good enough for me right now sticky,but i think you might need to kick that habit
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I've always said that
"If I knew I was gonna live this long, I'd taken much better care of myself."

That being said, I was specifically referring to my 18-25 years.

And another thing....all the crap that I pulled before I turned 18, I became fully accountable for on my 18th birthday, so all that "fun" stopped on that day without any outside help.

21 didn't bother me. I rarely got carded when I was 17, so turning 21 was no big deal.

Best of luck with the rest of your life; 18 just means you only think you know everything about life! Back to my recliner now........

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I don't inhale smoke, and a pack lasts me several months. I still have some other B&Ms somewhere. Bought them a month ago. And some Djarums somewhere. I bought them on the 3rd, but can't find them. Probably in my truck that I haven't driven in a couple weeks.

Try the unfiltered ones! I bought them. They were in a weird packaging with a pair of 10-count boxes written in Indian inside an American package. They quit selling them when I went back the second time for them. I share my cloves, or they would last twice as long. I had someone throw the Blacks away saying they were harsh, and go smoke a j.

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I don't inhale smoke, and a pack lasts me several months. I still have some other B&Ms somewhere. Bought them a month ago. And some Djarums somewhere. I bought them on the 3rd, but can't find them. Probably in my truck that I haven't driven in a couple weeks.

Try the unfiltered ones! I bought them. They were in a weird packaging with a pair of 10-count boxes written in Indian inside an American package. They quit selling them when I went back the second time for them. I share my cloves, or they would last twice as long. I had someone throw the Blacks away saying they were harsh, and go smoke a j.

going for mouth or thoat cancer instead of lungs?
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I just don't like to inhale.

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Best of luck with the rest of your life; 18 just means you only think you know everything about life! Back to my recliner now........
But they do.

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I'm 18...............with 39 years of experiance.

Sorry......... but at 18 you don't know sh*t yet.

The world and life has a lot of things you NEED to learn yet.

Enjoy life as long as you can...........the pace gets faster from now on!

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no, wait till you are in your late 20's.....time really starts moving.


Especially when you consider you havent accomplished much in the first 26 years of your life and have nothing but a 15 second T-bird and a bunch of debt to show for it.

Oh and if you are going to smoke a cigar try an Aurturo Fuente Curlyhead or Don Diego. Both are fairly mild but fantastic cigars.

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