Gee, and then my fist in her mouth will be just a love tap.
Not that we would punch anyone because remember, we don't like jail.Are these things classified as cigarettes or not?
I don't think so, the ones you can buy in Canada contain no nicotine. Its essentially water vapour. I've seen people use them in airports, but never really in any other public space. Someone asked me if they could use one at their desk at work once, and we said no.
these things freak me out, I've seen a few people "smoking" them in places that you wouldn't be able to smoke real cigarettes and it always disgusts me the same as real smokes. I was at a competition with prodominatly all young kids performing and some guy was smoking one in the row ahead of me. Still seems wrong, wether it is real or not its not a good image in front of kids. Just my opinion.
They are technically not legal at all in Canada. Many states south of the border have already classified them as cigarettes. Health Canada is leaning that way too.
What does the friendly neighbourhood GO Transit officer say when enforcing Metrolinx/GO Transit's No Smoking By-law?
GO Transit bylaws say no smoking AT ALL. That would be a ticket for sure.
Nothing they are water vapour. They are not smoke. Vaping is big in Europe. They don't smell like cigarettes at all. You can get flavours and that's all you might smell. No different then someone wearing perfume or cologne.
I was visiting someone in the hospital this weekend and a visitor for the fella in the next bed was smoking one. All kinds of wrong.
re: vapour and people who think this is okI'M SMOKING MY HOOKAH ON THE TRAIN RIDE HOME TONIGHT
Oh Hell, it's been wide open smoking on the trains for the last year. After 7:00pm the GO cops do SFA about it.
Smoking is smoking. Even if it's artificial.
All I got is....Popeye cigarettes and those icing sugar gum ones that you blew through and the "puff" of smoke came out....perhaps 3 times.
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