Okay, so I've had my Joye Ego-T for way over a month, now. One of the original two atomizers is starting to behave a bit wonky, so I decided to purchase two new atomizers. I figured that it was best to have a backup before I blew one out, right? I'll be damned if I'm going to go back to my old 808.
Now, I'm not giving up on my old atty. Vicki at Cignot sent me a link to one of the posts in this forum, and I'm trying out that cleaning method as we speak. If it doesn't work, I'm
Updated 03-21-2011 at 03:29 AM by Olde One
[FONT=Georgia][SIZE=2][COLOR=navy][I]Yesterday was my six month "vapiversary." I had to sit back and think about that one for a minute. Six months with absolutely no cigarettes is quite amazing for me. I had smoked since I was 15 and I was smoking at least a pack per day by the time I was 18. I tried everything to quit; the patch, the gum, Zyban, cold turkey. All of them were horrible and didn't work. I didn't think vaping would work, either.
I took up vaping so I wouldn't
Hello to all.
I am a fairly new vaper who used to be quite a heavy smoker for more than a decade.
Due to ongoing health issues I thought it would be a good idea to quit smoking but previous attempts were less than successful due to heavy physical dependency.
Vaping is my salvation, since the day I received my first e cig kit I have not touched a single tobacco product and have been trying to persuade all my friends who still smoke to take up the more enjoyable passtime
Feeling a bit down lately about the forums. I originally started hanging out in the V4L forum, and for awhile it was a lot of fun. Felt like homebase, made some friends, played games, shared stories. I'd occasionally pop into the Bloog forum (once I could find it), but it wasn't as active and was mostly dry -- just the usual questions about cartos and equipment. Not much camaraderie.
Not sure what turned that around, but one day things started picking up in Bloog. Started seeing
I've always had luck with things that no-one else likes. That's why my favourite brush pens, spiral-bound journals, inks, paints, shoes, candies, gums, underwear, incense, deoderant (damn them), television shows are no longer made, sold, or otherwise available.
That which everyone else loves usually irks me, somethin' fierce. No, I do not purposefully deride that which is generally popular. I'm just usually disappointed by that which large groups of people think is good. Red Bull,