E-Cigs: Better for Thanksgiving, and All Year Long

o-THANKSGIVING-facebookFamily gatherings, good times, lots of people hanging together, eating great food and finding yourself with very limited personal space: that about sums up the holidays, doesn’t it? If you smoke traditional tobacco cigarettes, does it tend to grate the nerves of your family members? Even if you do your best to keep the fumes to yourself, are you still self conscious about others around you being disturbed?

E-cigarettes are the answer. This year, get yourself prepared and arm yourself with vapor for all those family gatherings. They won’t leave you smelling of smoke, (or anything for that matter) and they won’t have anyone getting all stunk up about second hand smoke. Sure, you could go outside to smoke them, just to be extra courteous, but you don’t have to. Vapor cigs release vapor, and it leaves no trace, dissipating clean.

Another cool fact about e-cigarettes at family gatherings is that they make really great conversation starters. “Hey Ma, look! No smoke!” You can explain to everyone how awesome they are, how fun they are to use, and how no can smell anything remotely like smoke!

Cigarettes have long been a problem for nonsmokers, and smokers are often left to work around them. Yes it can suck, but when you are smoking e-cigarettes, you have a lot more flexibility on your side. You can get your fix, de-stress because we all know those family gatherings can get pretty stressful, and keep everyone happy at the same time!

This Thanksgiving, prepare ahead of time and set yourself up to be vaping. What goes down better after a highly satisfying meal than deliciously flavored nicotine (hint, hint: we’ve got amazing flavor cartridges)? Even better when you can do it as peacefully as possible!

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