Yes, there are that many flavors containing diacetyl...and there are just as many that contain acetyl proprionyl & acetoin (other "butter" flavors), especially since diacetyl has been limited or removed from many 'vaping flavors'. Acetyl proprionyl has been shown to be just as dangerous as diacetyl. Acetoin is bad news, too (especially when combined with certain chemicals).
Most don't seem to realize that it takes several hundred individual chemicals to create just one
I started vaping back in 2008 or 2009, shortly after *both* parents had passed away from cancer (my mother led an extremely healthy lifestyle and didn't even smoke!) and I though for sure it would work. When I read the posts about cigalikes and such it's so nostalgic... I had an Njoy, a 501 kit, 801's, 901's, and finally eGo's (which was the 'be all, end all' of the vaping world at the time). Nothing got me off cigarettes. Not 24mg juices, not spending every penny we had (and then some) on various
Smooth Sailing from MadTown Vapor
dino's done it again....I'm impressed! I don't like tobacco flavors but this is pretty darn good!
It's a smooth take on RY4....a nice thick, rich vape (dare I say robust) with a hint of spice and sweet.....has almost a cinnamon flavor to give it just a tad bit of a bite but wrapped in creamy sweet caramel with a rich tobacco undertone.
Maple Syrup from Grand Terrace Vapor
I held off on this one for a while because I thought it was going to be sickly sweet and for a while i've been stuck more on coffee type flavors and bitter/strong vapes....
man was I missing out
while this is a sweet vape, it's not overly sweet...this is almost like the real maple syrup not aunt jemima's
nice thick, smooth plume with a sweet aftertaste. Rich maple flavor on the intake and sweet
Originally Posted by Iffy
It was requested that I post this info in this thread...
Bigger da Blob, Better da Job...NOT!
Having taught USAF High Reliability Soldering based on NASA curriculum standards, I’d like to share some critical soldering guidelines for ya'll. It's not rocket science; just a lil' physics, common sense and 'touch' (more on that in a bit).
BTW, there was a study that determined that there was, on average, 200 lbs of excess solder on a typical B-52 at the time.