[quote="jbeard" post=3885]I have been smoking cigarettes for nearly 20 years now. It is a habit I enjoy and have little intention of giving up in the foreseeable future. I will have to admit, however, that things have changed drastically when it comes to smoking during the past 20 years. When I first began smoking cigarettes we were still permitted to smoke in restaurants, and even in the local shopping malls. We can barely smoke in public without getting arrested in much of the country at this point, and many states have completely outlawed smoking in food establishments.
The cost of smoking has also gone up significantly since I first began to smoke. This has left me looking for a variety of solutions. I began hunting on the internet for a strategy that would allow me to cut back on costs. I considered rolling my own cigarettes, but that doesn’t help with the fact that I am unable legally to smoke in the majority of public locations.
I was browsing the internet for information and decided I would head over to Wikipedia to see what information I could find there. After a quick search for the keyword cigarettes, I found this page http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cigarettes. I was intrigued to discover that one of the ancestors of the modern cigarette was called the papelate and came from Spain. It claims that we can view what these great grandparents of the modern cigarette look like in paintings by Goya such as La Cometa, La Merienda en el Manzanares, and El Juego de la pelota a pala.
I have a book I purchased in Spain on Goya 20 years ago with copies of these paintings in the book. I found this ironic as I come full circle looking to solve a problem that began 20 years ago for me. I came across the modern invention of e-cigarettes. I have seen these at my local convenience stores, as well as on the internet. I came across http://fincigs.com/ that is one brand of these types of e-cigarettes. Can I smoke these things in public and enjoy a cigarette after a meal in public again?
I thought I would come and get real world opinions of the products and see what you folks could offer in terms of advice. Who here has compared these types of e-cigarette products with the real deal. Before I invest money into purchasing the necessary products, I would like to know if they come close to the taste and feel of a real cigarette. Anyone who smokes knows that it is challenging to replace a real cigarette, but if these e-cigarettes are at least close to the real thing I would be happy.
I would imagine that the money saved makes this option well worth the investment. I also like the idea of being able to smoke at a restaurant and out in public again without getting tackled by the police and arrested as though I were doing drugs in public.[/quote]
I recommend that you must now use e-cigarette for you to be able to enjoy smoking wherever you are. Yet, you still need to be cautious because some place and or the people on that place don’t like people who smokes, whether it’s a regular cigarette or an e-cigarette. Don’t worry, it will also benefit your health.