After another interface with one of the world’s worst people (I checked, there’s an official list), it struck me that maybe the best way to improve the profile of vapers within society is simply to remind them about the swarms of people who are genuinely annoying, pointless or perform meaningless functions.
The world of British politics appears to have gone war crazy. Politicians made farmyard noises and acted like they were still in Primary school as the PM said “Yes” to spending £30 Billion on potentially killing a lot of folks. Whatever you personally think about this is up to you – it’s just we thought we could offer some of our ‘outside the box’ thinking to provide a better solution.
Some times this section of the website gets a little bit more serious. As vaping has blossomed and numbers of people doing it increased, companies have had to form policies on how vapers are treated at work. You have probably noticed you employer adopting a policy for electronic cigarettes and - in all probability – it has meant being treated as if you were still a smoker.
A new broom sweeps clean, so the idiom goes, and the latest Prime Minister has really been busy with her cabinet. Out went Jeremy Hunt, widely disliked by both vapers and doctors. By quirk of circumstance, he was replaced by a new Secretary of State for Health bearing the same name. As if being called Jeremy Hunt wasn’t bad enough now the old version has to contend with not being the only one. So, we have written to the new minister in charge of vape.
Who loves sport? Everybody adores sport, that’s who. But they particularly flip out over tournaments. This summer has been incredible for international exercise fans. Lots of people, like at least a hundred, recently enjoyed the kickball thing in France – and then were ecstatic when TV was cancelled for a hitball fortnight in Wombledon. Next up, lycra-clad types will be jumping up and down or running about a bit in South Zikavirus. It only stands to reason that Stealthvape should enter the fray with a vape-related championathon.
The television flickered in the corner of the room while Dave popped another can of super-strength cider. It was one of those dull programs that Joan hated, one of them that don’t have any dancing or people locked in houses. Dave had lost track of the number of times he’d told her it was the job of news to be boring.
There’s a crisis facing vapers but nobody is talking about it. There’s an end of times approaching yet everyone is blissfully unaware. “Give, us your (chuffing) money!” said Bob Geldoff once upon a time. Little did he foresee that a greater crisis was to come...
Some people have chosen to vape as a means of quitting smoking but others have decided they want to do it to rid themselves of nicotine altogether. There are vapers who get by with a basic setup while there are those who just can’t get enough kit. Perhaps you want a souvenir of your time vaping as testament to quitting smoking? Maybe you yearn for a vape-related collectible series? Read on...
OK, this is going to take some doing on the part of a lot of people, but vaping needs it. In order to spread the message and encourage smokers to make the switch to vaping we are going to have to take direct action. The Tobacco Products Directive supposedly outlaws advertising the benefits of an ecig – so it’s up to us. You, me and Fat Dylan from the bus stop. It’s up to us to make vaping sexy.
What is it? What is ‘Love Island’? I know it’s a TV show because I heard people talking about it over the weekend but, without rushing to a search engine, I have absolutely no idea what it is. It’s not that I delight in proclaiming my lack of pop culture knowledge; it’s more that (at my age) I’m worried more important stuff will be pushed out if I learn about something new and irrelevant.