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    I must admit a big factor for me switching to e-cigs was the money. If cigarettes were 50 cents a pack I might be tempted to start smoking again. but, that will never happen.

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    Nope. I hoped to save money by vaping, but I'm not yet (just need a couple more things, then I'll be stocked for months...really, I swear...), and I'm ok with that. I doubt the price of cigarettes will ever go down, especially because of people quitting. I think that would just narrow down the options and make the prices spike. But, even if they dropped back to less than $1 per pack, I wouldn't go back.

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    Would absolutely not go back to smoking. Here is just 1 reason why...

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    I feel so much better and healthier vaping.

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    No. Because I enjoy vaping more. My original reason for switching was only and health, but I spend way more on vaping because its more of a hobby now. If I wanted I could spend less and save money in comparison to smoking... But I love it as a hobby and a great alternative to smoking. I think vaping tastes better. You can't take a cig and change flavors several times a day.

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    If I wanted to save money I might as well buy cigs. could buy a ton of packs for the price of the mod+juice+atty+rebuilding supplies+multimeter etc... Esp since one mod isnt good enough lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simply Red View Post
    Would absolutely not go back to smoking. Here is just 1 reason why...

    Still Smoking? Watch This (HD Full Length) - YouTube

    I feel so much better and healthier vaping.
    I'm glad I stopped smoking! Yuck!

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    Like stated previously, I wouldn't smoke analogs period! I actually enjoy vaping far more than I ever did smoking! I truthfully believe the hard part is over. I've been smoke free four months now, and I feel like a new man. Those cigarette's are poison, seriously! Never again!!!
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    Like most people, here I don't think that anything can make me stop vaping. I have reached a point where even the slightest hing of cigarette smoke nauseates me and to a larger extent I am glad about it.

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    No way... money was not a big concern for me (although it definitely should have been!) I quit for the health aspects and the addiction portion.... I vape 0mg now so frankly I don't feel as if I'm doing anything *terribly* harmful
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    I'm afraid I might still be vulnerable to that yes. They would have to go down enough that I could better afford them than vaping. Which is also a distinct possibility if many states have their way and start taxing the hell out of vaping.

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