Thursday, April 10, 2008

You apes wanna live forever?!

It's a bit late, but it feels like a milestone to me. Whether or not it is remains up to debate. Anyway, Wednesday marked Day 100 since I quit smoking. I'm quite pleased. To commemorate this day, I am going in for phase two of my new tattoo in two weeks (phase one was this past Saturday, which was, of sorts, a late birthday present from Mrs. TK).

Yee-haw!

Carry on.

Toothpaste For Dinner
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13 comments:

me said...

Congrads! but i bet if you had seen Farscape you would have had an easier time of it....it's not to late

AuntieMurray said...

TK, believe me, if I can do it, anyone can. I'm 10 years over it by now. Actually 11. And I was hardcore, two packs a day. Interesting how your revelation explains some of your posts lately. I'm just sayin'.

Alex the Odd said...

Congrats man. On both the smoking and the shiny new inkage. I am both jealous and impressed.

country roads said...

I want to see a pic of this new tattoo. I also want to go get one today. Stupid recession killing my work hours and disposable income.

TK said...

Me - (your name confuses me)... I'll say it again, if they're released in a DVD set that is actually NORMAL, I'll jump on it.

Auntiemurray - Yeah, I've noticed that too. Let's keep this to ourselves, shall we?

Alex - The inkage is partially your fault, you know. I told you I was gonna wait until after my 'rents came to visit, but then we got to talking and... boom!

CR - Pictures shall be provided once it's complete. It's still a couple sessions away (all filler, but it looks weird right not).

slouchmonkey said...

That's great! Keep going. I'm now at 1 year and 3 mos.

Boo said...

YAY squared! No smokey+new tats=even cooler TK.

Although, a bit more on the murdery side, I must say.

But still, now you will exist forever, and live up to the full potential of your crankiness.

Yay!

Lainey said...

Do you feel sad for smokers now? I do. It's been a year and 4 months for me and every time I walk through someone's cloud of smoke or an applicant sits in my office and REEKS of stale smoke, I feel so bad for them. Like I just want them to know how good it feels to not have something stinky and gross rule your life.

Anyway, enough about me, yay for YOU!!! Congratulations to you *and* to Mrs. TK! =)

Anonymous said...

Congrats! Ex-smokers, unlight!

Manda said...

Kick those cigs in the nuts and tell 'em to stay down!

Awesomeness.

Thanks for the book, by the way. You WILL be getting a thank you note, BTW. 'Cause this Southern gal can't accept a gift without sending proper gratitude. It's just the way my momma raised me to be. Suck it.

Yesterday, I asked my doctor if after all this chemo was over and done and I've squelched my retarded zombie leukemia cells then would I ever be able to get another tattoo again. Because really that's a crucial, health related question, right? But then that's how my goofy mind works.

She said it shouldn't be a problem

Kolby said...

Fantastic news! I bet you smell much better now.

Hollywood Sucker said...

Well good for you!

I quit smoking every Sunday, and start up around Thursday. So, I don't mean to brag, but I've quit way more times than you.

Lora_3 said...

Way to go!

Next month it will be one year of not smoking for me.

Be safe...