Smokeless Tobacco
  • Do you use smokeless tobacco?

    When I don't have a cigarette.
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    Smokeless Tobacco

    by crf150rider » Mon Dec 20, 2004 10:33 pm

    Who uses smokeless tobacco here? Other words for smokeless tobacco. . . . dip, cow sh*t, skoal, snuff. I do.
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    by wade » Tue Dec 21, 2004 7:13 am

    I only use cigarettes, terrible habit kids....don't smoke.
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    by drtbkr » Thu Jan 12, 2006 10:49 pm

    Gave it up for cigarettes. Swift, huh? :roll:
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    by Ernie Pezz » Tue Mar 07, 2006 4:49 pm

    yes "Fresh Cope"
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    by uniped » Tue Mar 07, 2006 5:26 pm

    You kidd'n I live in Lodi Ca. was required to as a condition of my residdence.

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    by nedirtbikr » Mon Apr 24, 2006 6:30 am

    Tried it once and yak'd all over the place. That stuff is the worst crap I've ever had the displeasure of being associated with. To those who can park that sh*t between their cheek and gum and not throw hat is off to you! :?

    I wonder how many chewers are okay with putting that stuff in their mouth, but nearly throw up at the thought of sushi? Hmmm, another poll maybe? ;)
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    by AgentSmith » Mon Apr 24, 2006 6:47 am

    Chewed Copenhagen for many years. Quit a couple years ago. Switched to a product called "Smokey Mountain" tastes similar but is tobacco free. Try it.
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    by ThumperHumper » Sat Sep 08, 2007 9:01 pm

    Smokeless Tabacco is one of God's greatest creations. Grizzly and Cope for me, has anybody heard about the new Whiskey blend of cope.Smoking kills my lungs, when i quit smoking, my lap times were better, a lot better.
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    by Ripsnort » Tue Jan 08, 2008 8:00 am

    Chewed Cope for years... then started transporting more and more younger (30's to 50's) guys with mouth and throat cancer due to chewing to the hospital or worse to a nursing home to die. I quit and suggest that YOU do the same. Pretty bad to watch someone waste away on a feeding tube because of esophageal cancer. Sounds like AS might have found something worth trying to get over the initial habit of having something in your lip. Sorry for the lecture.
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    by Jethro » Thu Jan 10, 2008 4:10 am

    yup 2 and a half dips in a copenhagen can. thats me
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    by ScooterScum » Wed Nov 12, 2008 7:58 am

    ~ wrote:

    Posted: Mon Apr 24, 2006 5:47 am Post subject:


    Chewed Copenhagen for many years. Quit a couple years ago. Switched to a product called "Smokey Mountain" tastes similar but is tobacco free. Try it.

    AS Did you quit cold turkey, use a patch, or mix Cope and Smokey half & half?

    I haved used Cope for 30 years and have tried numerous times to quit. I have tried limiting the amount I dip, but within a few weeks I am right back to where I was. No will power! What flavor of Smokey do you use? I have tried the classic but it tastes too sweet to me.
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    by AgentSmith » Wed Nov 12, 2008 8:15 am

    Tastes a little sweeter because it has some molasses in it.

    The classic is what I use.

    After a couple days, the nicotine is gone.

    It's the ritual that I can't break. Y'know, when you wake up, after a meal, with a beer, etc.

    Stick with it, you'll beat it.
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    by bocephus450x » Wed Nov 12, 2008 8:21 am

    I used Redman for a while and will every great now and again ... can take it or leave it.
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    by Trogdor » Wed Nov 12, 2008 9:45 am

    I used to work offshore on the oil rigs and you couldn't smoke, so I picked up the worm dirt habit and had it for years. I chewed everything but those fancy flavored chews including Cope, WB Cut, Red Man, and a plug tobacco I forgot the name of. Had bottles to spit in while driving and everything. Hell I was such a nicotine addict that I would smoke & chew at the same time!! I found that it was harder to stop than smoking, but I finally did after getting bumped up into the office and had to put on a suit and tie. I now see that smoking and chewing are just plain stupid to do. Just too much nasty bad health stuff with zero benefits.

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