Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by Asadullah Waziri, Oct 3, 2016.
Hello and a big welcome to the Cafe Asad.
Welcome Asad, wow you have been vaping for longer than me, maybe you can teach me some tricks
Hi Judith, thank you.
Hi Noe, thanks for the welcome. I am here to learn from you but I would happy if I can contribute.
You can't have a welcome party without an emu :emu:
Hi and welcome asad
Welcome to the cafe.
Hello and thank you.
Hello and welcome Asad from me too
Thank you very much.
Hi and welcome Asad
Thank you Nico.
Good to see you here Asad.
Wow, vaping since 2009.
Whats your view on the changes during that time
First of all it is a pleasure to be here and thank you. The pace at which the e cig industry is travelling you can easily call it supersonic. From cartomizer/clearomizer tanks to the new subohm tanks and the 40 watt provari's to the 300 watt mod in such a short period of time is a great achievement. I still fallback on my 10 ml mouth to lung liquinator cartomizer tank on a regular basis. I am still an old fashion person.
Hi there, and welcome; nice to see another old timer here.
I started vaping towards the end of 2009 and became a full time vaper ( as in gave up the smokes) in Feb 2010.
Things have changed, but Life is "Change" even if we kick and scream the whole way.
Thank you RC. That is so true what you said. I love change but for the better . Without changes in life, life would be a bore. But as we grow old and more mature some of us would not like CHANGE.
I started vaping on the 22.04.2009 (my birthday) and by 1st of May I was completely off cigarettes.
What a great success story.
One of the people advocating against vaping, dismisses these as anecdotes, because they are not part of a population study, but we celebrate each and everyone of them. Good on you.!
Goodness on you.
People generally hate change, but it happens anyway, even by the second. The I Ching "Book of Changes" bears out this horrible fact where we even have
Change Management Consultants to help us poor bastards to cope with the inevitable.
I have sort of come to terms with it in the last day or two.
Me too old fashioned still on my vape pen.
Separate names with a comma.