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What's the Nicodemon?

In QuitNet lingo, the Nicodemon is the invisible (but subtly powerful) Master of Delusion who tries to trick new Quitsters back into the world of disease and death. Nicodemon has many weapons- cravings, withdrawal symptoms, emotional roller-coasters- but can ALWAYS be defeated by the power of the Qmunity. Shine a little bit of the big, yellow Q on the Nicodemon, and you'll see right through it- there's really nothing there at all! Please see Quitticisms for more on QuitNet culture.

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