It was a rough evening in the Kirkham household. The comment about the culinary quality of the evening meal had been met with the kind of welcome usually reserved for the arrival of sex offenders at prison. The miserable teatime was full of frost and barbed comment. But the food-based passive aggression would soon end. Mrs Kirkham was going to a vape meet.
This tale is about a man we will call John. That isn’t his real name, he’s actually called Dave but there are so many of them it could be anybody. John is a unique name befitting a vaping saga with a salient point. The point being that it could be any of us. But it isn’t. It’s about Dave. Err, John.
It was a day like any other in the offices of British Deathsticks Incorporated (BDI). Sven was looking at graphs depicting the profits from misery, Aneka played with the bundles of cash strewn all over the canteen and Rashid was constructing a infogram depicting how many small companies they’d crushed with legal action that month.
It is with sadness and a sense of loss that we welcomed the news of Mark Drakeford’s passing (as the Minister for Stupid Ideas and Silly Grins). We are sure we are not alone when we say that we’ll miss his frequent comments. Welsh politics will be all the poorer for his sideways move so we have come up with some suggestions for his party to consider.
‘They’ say that it’s darkest just before dawn although this is clearly nonsense otherwise the birds wouldn’t know when to begin making a din. But it all seemed a bit bleak for vaping, and then got bleaker with the Tobacco Products Directive coming into effect today. But ‘they’ also say that it’s not over until a plus-sized lady starts flexing her vocal muscles. We have been given an opportunity.
It is not often that we get the chance to celebrate the implementation of a uniformly popular piece of legislation. There was the Beer Ban Act of 2015, but that was blocked from leaving the floor of the house by a clump of drunken MPs after a late-night drinking and debating session. Thank goodness Europe stepped in to make sure every Brit can now benefit from the Tobacco Products Directive.
We at Stealthvape are aware of how uncertain the vaping future is. The industry is coming to terms with the Tobacco Products Directive, the battle for a common sense approach to harm reduction continues and vapers are wondering how best to ready themselves. With so much clouded in ambiguity, it will be good to know that we have your back with product safety.
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