Savoring the Post-Turkey Bliss With An E-Cig After the turkey and the pumpkin pie, unwind with your Electronic Cigarette
CHICAGO, Nov. 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Now that Halloween is finished and it's getting more chilly every day, Americans are starting to anticipate their own special Thanksgiving meal. Every family has its own signature dishes and traditions, but most of us share one ritual besides the actual turkey feast: the post meal crash. All that turkey followed by pie leaves most of us ready for some quality time with the couch. It's the perfect time to chill out with your e-cig and your nearest and dearest.
Most families include a mix of smokers, non-smokers and ex-smokers, which can get pretty heated when everyone is trying to relax. Maybe grandma has recently kicked the habit and put her foot down saying no one will ever smoke under her roof again. Maybe everyone is quietly dreading Uncle Bert's after dinner cigar. There's bound to be someone hoping the weather isn't too wet or cold to sneak out for a smoke after the meal.
Where there's Smoke, there's ...
People can be very emotional around the holidays, and one cigarette can send your family's fragile peace up in flames. But trying an electronic cigarette instead is a great way to show respect for family members who object to smoking in the house while still enjoying the ritual of an after dinner puff.
"We all joke about family arguments around the holidays," said Chad Maynard, spokesperson for ElectronicCigarette.net. "But really, there is nothing funny about it. Vaping instead of smoking can really help keep the peace. After all, many of us only see some relatives a couple of times a year, so why not make every effort to enjoy the time together? Aunt Marge might surprise everyone by asking to try the device!"
Vaping as an Ice Breaker
Many electronic cigarette users are used to fielding all sorts of questions about their devices. Although vaping is growing in popularity and more and more people know what it is, many have still not seen a device in action and are quite curious.
"People are naturally curious," Maynard commented. "We hear lots about e-cigs being great ice breakers in bars and night clubs, even parks and other public places, so it makes sense that if someone starts vaping on the couch after dinner, some family members will be curious and ask a lot of questions."
And a lot of us would rather share some information about electronic cigarettes than argue about politics or family drama! Start a new post-turkey tradition by relaxing together and vaping while you watch the big game or plan your next family holiday gathering.
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