5 responses

  1. Anonymous
    January 15, 2010


  2. Ex-Spurt
    January 15, 2010

    It’s not just about whether you get the policy but about how much the policy pays out. If you start getting smoking-related diseases down the road, your insurance provider may order new tests or have you participate in a mandatory smoking cessation program (whether you intend to quit or not) at your own cost. They may even drop you if they feel you are no longer a good risk.

  3. kelly
    January 15, 2010

    You didn’t say how long you have. Depending on daily intake and overall length of your habit, it could take 30+ days to leave your system, so you’ll have to do the same way all the other drug users pass – fake pee or a system flusher.

  4. Kenny
    January 16, 2010

    What else can you do besides continuing to cut down?

  5. anica283
    January 16, 2010

    stop smoking

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