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Daily Post word of the day is Smoke .

I smoke Cigarettes.2006-10-22-04-04-56

Vape Smoking is not all it’s cracked up to be. I mean it doesn’t serve the purpose of quitting smoking. All you end up doing is replacing one bad habit with another. Especially if you haven’t weaned yourself off of nicotine.

Vape smoke comes in all kinds of flavors and sizes. First of all, I recommend you go inside one of them shops and ask which device is best for you. Do your research, but if you don’t know which one to get then, it won’t make much sense to go online. It is better to talk to someone who knows about these things. That is what I did. I thought the store was a cool place too because you can vape smoke inside. It is legal to vape-smoke anywhere as long as you aren’t hurting anybody.

He suggested that because I am a beginner I choose something similar to Joyetech eGo-CC. My brand vaporizer is a Kangertech. He also asked how many cigarettes I smoked each day. Depending on how often you smoke, will determine which apparatus to use. Also 2006-10-22-04-08-40how strong the nicotine you will need. You should be able to try different flavors in the store. I like the menthol/mint flavor because most smokers know, in Canada, the menthol cigarettes are now obsolete. Gone. Menthol was all I smoked!

I can’t agree that it will be cheaper, either, to smoke this way.

It is also inconvenient to have to charge your E-cig so often. There is a lot of maintenance that goes along with vaping. Those who are a bit lazy will not like it for that reason. However, if you look after yourself and treat the e-cigs like anything valuable, consider it something else worth giving your attention. Like a security blanket is to Linus. OR you can buy yourself a pack of cigarettes.WTF.

2006-10-22-04-10-20It is very tedious to have to refill the damn thing all the time. Not to mention recharging it to get a few puffs of vapor. At first, it is like your entire day revolves around it. You have to wear it around your neck. I’m not kidding. And honestly? It did not satisfy my craving for cigarettes. I found myself puffing on that thing more often. Every time I had a craving, I would vape for 30 minutes more or less until I was sufficiently over the craving. Come to think of it; I would need to charge it so bloody often that I just gave up. I obviously wasn’t into quitting smoking, and I have yet to stop. I’m going to try it again, though, because my health is more important to me. Let the benefit of quitting outweigh the hassle. It’s a good point.

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