Usually, when I write a blog here I intend it to be useful in some way. A review, a point of view, or a tutorial of some kind. Something that someone else may one day do a search on and find my little ramblings and just maybe, hopefully, come away saying 'Hooray! That's all I needed to know!'
This entry, however, is different. This is just about something silly that made me laugh. Why am I sharing? Because it made me laugh. That's all.
This evening I decided it was time to give the Kayfun
This review is for Disco Vapor's Foxy Fruitopia.
See Mad Vapes e-Liquid Review #8, minus the tangy gummi flavor of Downtown Delight. Is it just me or do all Disco fruit flavors taste pretty much the same? Not bad, but not very different from each other. Kinda disappointing, really. I expected more of a Fruit Loops flavor from the description, which mentions a certain toucan and his breakfast cereal. I just got a mellow grape bubblegum, with a little more berry this time. Meh.
This review is for Venus by Space Jam.
Space Jam is apparently a 50/50 PG/VG juice according to a couple things I read on the internet, though I couldn't find confirmation of this. Judging from the vapor production on my CLT, I'd say that's an accurate number. Space Jam currently sells in 15 ml glass bottles for $11.99 on MadVapes' site, though at the time of this writing, they are out of stock in all but the zero nic level. I am not surprised. This is a fantastic juice.
This review is for Downtown Delight, by Disco Vaper, which is a 30/70 PG/VG blend, and sells for $9.99 in 15 ml bottles over at MadVapes, where it's described as gummy candy topped with fresh, wild blueberries.
I found this flavor quite pleasant. Nice throat hit, sweet and refreshing, with a nice tangy zing to it. Gummi candy and blueberries? Yes, sort of. I assume that when a juice is described as 'gummy candy', they're talking about Gummi Bears or the like and changing the spelling for reasons
Updated 11-22-2014 at 11:33 PM by Noble Gas
Isn't it funny when you think something is one way, and it turns out to be another way completely? Okay, not always. It happens with far too much frequency in my life, but when it does, I usually have a laugh. This is one of those facepalm moments, though it's not too embarrassing.
I've been continually snapping wires in the CLT. My resistance seems to jump much higher than the build should be, so my default reaction is to tighten the post screws. I keep tightening and tightening, and