Imagine you’re at your favorite bar. You have a deal worked out with the bartender, allow you to vape indoors as long as you keep it discreet. You do your due diligence, making sure that your vapor isn’t bothering anyone. You’re having a great time, when suddenly...
Enter a new group of patrons. one of them notices that you’re vaping and pulls out their brand new Alien and TFV12 setup, decked out with a wide-bore mouthpiece and a snazzy vinyl wrap. The vaper catches your eye, winks, and before you have a chance to say anything, there’s a substantial cereal and halitosis scented cumulonimbus cloud headed right for your table.
Other patrons are irritated by this, and the bartender informs the new guests that they’re not allowed to vape inside. Cue cries of “IT’S NOT SMOKE, IT’S VAPOR”, and “BUT HE’S VAPING!”.
While imaginary, this scene is not particularly out of the ordinary. Many of us have had interactions with vapers who don’t think about how their vaping can irritate the people around them.
Yes, vaping is better than smoking.
Yes, the odors produced by vaping generally dissipate quickly.
However, the last thing anyone wants to experience while sitting down for a drink or a nice dinner is to be enveloped in a banana scented fog.
A rare look at a group of vapers going on a hike.
Stealth vaping is comprised of a variety of techniques and ideas, which when used together will help you become a less conspicuous vaper.
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