KevLa wrote:Sorry, I'm still chuckling over the phrase "stealth vape"...
ChesterCopperpot wrote:That's the modern parlance in e-cig vaping, my man, I didn't make it up! When you're in a place that doesn't allow smoking, you don't want to blow a bunch of vapor everywhere.
barredbenny wrote:Add wrote:Damn those liberals and their not wanting to breathe in an addictive chemical at work (nicotine is still exhaled).
Okay, perhaps that is the case. But to ban all tobacco products, including snuff, snus and dip? Those have absolutely no negative effects for others.
KevinM wrote:Since a byproduct is exuded from the lungs into the general atmosphere, I can see the anti Ecig folks having somewhat of a leg to stand on. Still, no recourse for banning dip, chewing tobacco, SNUS or snuff IMO. What baffles me is that it appears perfectly OK for folks to be subjected to a morbidly obese individual who cannot control their diet or flatulence in the office!! My wife was in a work situation where an office mate was so gassy from his fat-ass eating pork rinds and other fatty foods that it invading the whole cubicle area. She said at times it was downright disgusting and made some folks almost vomit. Still, heaven forbid that this individual be called out for that practice. Talk about being subjected to toxins!!
gnossos wrote:I've been told I can smoke an e-cig at work, are there actual bans on snus / snuff / dip? Because that gets no notice other than "what the heck is that". I don't regularly smoke e-cigs, but I have one, and when I do smoke it, I do it outdoors, but could probably get away with indoors.
I think people asking you to step outside are more concerned that others will think it's OK to burn down a coffin nail indoors if they see you puffing an e-cig.
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