Thanksgiving Confessions of a Smoker

In the spirit of the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, I would like to thank Green Smoke for producing their awesome e-cigarettes.

 

 

Here are all the things I am thankful for with electronic cigarettes:

 

  • First off, Green Smoke offers a lot of cool flavors. Let’s see, what will I try today, Green Apple, or maybe Chocolate? Then there’s Vanilla, Mint and Coffee. The strong tobacco flavor really takes me back…

 

  • I love that Green Smoke came out with the new maximum nicotine dose of 24 mg., but sometimes I just want to chill with ultra light 8 mg., or maybe even zero nicotine. The point is, I have a choice.

 

  • The quality is outstanding: it’s sleek, well made, puts out huge billowing clouds of smoke, and has never crashed on me. (Which is more than I can say for my laptop).

 

  • The price! One cartridge is only $3.00. Now, what am I going to do with the $7.00 I saved? Hmm…

 

  • The customer service guys (and gals) at Green Smoke are friendly and helpful. They always take the time to answer my questions.

 

  • Unlike other e-cigarette brands, Green Smokes are user friendly. That means no tiny pieces to assemble and eventually lose in the bottom of your junk drawer. No college degree is required to figure out how to use this one. Just stick it in your mouth and smoke vape it.

 

And here are some things I must now say goodbye to:

 

  • Goodbye to breath that could scare off a vampire with a sinus infection.

  • Goodbye to smoking out in the cold, pounding rain under a rusty umbrella while my coworkers sit snugly in their nice toasty office chairs.

  • Goodbye to frantically rifling through my purse for stray matches or lighters.

  • Goodbye to ashtrays that smell like sweaty socks after an NFL game.

  • Goodbye to disapproving looks from passers by.

  • Good bye to dropping cigarette butts on my lap while driving and burning a hole in the seat of my pants. Ouch!

  • Goodbye to dousing myself with cologne and Listerine, all so I don’t have to go through the rest of my day smelling like a tobacco shop owner.

  • Goodbye to explaining to my roommate why the sweater she lent me now has a tiny, yet perfectly round little hole on the lapel.

 

So this month on the 25th, after showing gratitude to family, friends, neighbors and coworkers, I will be sending my heartfelt gratitude for Green Smoke for making this all possible.

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