[QUOTE=marnao122;8892410]I still smoke analog cigarettes, but hoping to not buy anymore after what I have is gone. I seriously hope that the vaping alone will keep me off the cigarettes. My sons future father-in-law quit smoking right before Christmas last year and he started vaping. He said he doesn't really even crave cigarettes anymore. He is the one that got me to try out the vaping. We have a local vape shop just about 2 or 3 miles from me. Very convenient to have them so close if I didn't
I still can't believe it. I just rolled a cigarette took two puffs and thought ..."ew...I don't like it" and put it out, reached for my Ego5 and thought "that's better".
So looking back at my diary I have smoked about 10 cigarettes over the last 5 weeks....Unbelievable. I used to smoke 50 a day.
I am a bit undisciplined about my Ejuice and mix flavours up because I forget what is in what carto and I still like it.
When I think of all the
Just uploaded a new video to my YouTube channel that's a simple how to instructional on making DIY liquids.
As a bit of clarification I wanted to point out a few things:
The amount of nicotine I used (6mL) is based on the total amount of liquid I make (30mL). For smaller batches, the amount will need to be changed!
Same holds true for the flavors... Everything is percentage based... So for my 30mL I used 3mL for a 10% flavor. For a
Provari mini with extension, Black AMP with 3 ml tank and HH 357 long barrel 1.5 ohm atty, and then with the 5 ml tank.
I bought this because I am a fan of the hh 357 long barrel atty, and how cool it would be to use that atty with a tank. Before I got into rebuildable atomizers, I would've killed for one of these lol. Now... perhaps maim hehe.
What do I think of it? I like it. It's incredibly
Updated 04-22-2013 at 12:08 AM by tenshi
(Changed Auto to "Assisted" (points to JC hehe))
There are some basic flavors you always want to have in your arsenal as common fundamental components of many (not all of course) tobacco blends.
Some describe this as "cotton candy" flavored but I really don't pick up on that myself. It is a very useful staple component because it adds some sweetness and also a little body and can help make "dry" or "harsh" mixes a little "wetter" or "smoother".
Updated 03-08-2013 at 07:37 PM by RobertNC