I was outside a grocery store that has a coffee shop inside of it, so I got my coffee and sat outside in the non-smoking section to vape. An employee comes out and looks confusedly at me and says "Is someone smoking out here?" Nope, nobody smoking here. The employee shrugs and says, "oh okay, we got a complaint that someone was smoking out here, sorry." When she went back inside I continued vaping and that was that. Some people just like to complain, to show they have power over
I have been vaping for a month now. I went from a PAD of analogs to 5 a day my first day of vaping. Now, I no longer need an analog after meals or intimacy. The morning smoke is still the kicker but even that's getting easier.
I've read so much in this forum, but no attention gets paid to a very inexpensive e-cig that is excellent for newbies. I didn't have the money to buy a $50 starter kit, but I could swing the $18 for a e-health cig. The parts are inexpensive, the cartridges cost
My reviews are rating based on a 0-10 scale. 0 being absolute garbage, 10 being the best, pure gold. I base my scores on a strict scale and don't give high numbers easy.
Puresmoke.com Apple Cider Atomz for Ace unit
Taste Overall- 6
*Harshness- A little harsh on the throat.
Vapor prod.- 8 Great for a prefilled Carto
Throat Hit- 8 Great for a prefilled Carto
Overall - 7
This is a great choice for people that prefer pre-filled
The only place you can say Butt plug, condom, leakage, hard tip, soft tip, and drip without people looking at you as if you were a pervert.
I know poly-fil is the way to go for some people, but I have a problem with using something near a heat source that is labeled as being fire retardant. My first poly-fil mod tasted like ..., even after soaking and cleaning. Dumped that idea.
Aquarium filter was pretty cool. Not that nasty tasting and good wicking. I just got bored with it. It did work MUCH better with the straw method though.
Scrub pad was very close to some carts I had, so I tried it too. Works decent