So the new craze out there seems to be the electric cigarette. Many people I know from my girlfriend to all the guys in Red Line Chemistry have 'em. My question is; how many of you have used it or own it? And do we even know what, if any, long term effects it can have on you?
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Oh, and Laslow is getting his tomorrow... ;)
F 'Em Up Chuck
Is it like smokin' a microwave? If it is, I don't see any health issues with it.
I got the electric ciggy awhile back. My only real complaint - well, I have two. One, it's heavy. You can't just have it in your mouth while you do other things - it tends to droop and will fall out if you get distracted. Two, I can't get used to thekind of essence, the "feeling" of smoking. It is different; doesn't feel real. I think I could adjust to that, though.