The vaping language you must understand
Vaping has been around for a while now, with over 3 million vapers in the UK alone.
When you’re new to vaping, this can make things rather complicated.
When your fellow vapers are talking about their electronic cigarette, they may discuss many things that a new vaper might not understand.
To avoid any future embarrassment, we’ve written this blog post to help you learn some of the key vaping language!
No, this isn’t people racing around following clouds in the sky – not that we thought you’d think that!
The term ‘cloud-chasers’ means a group of people, perhaps friends, who take part in competitive vaping of sorts. ‘Chasers’ compete to blow the biggest clouds of vapour.
If you’ve got the lung capacity of an ox, this could be the competition for you.
So, how do you go about taking part in this competition?
Your electronic cigarette allows you, the user, to control the amount of vapour that is produced from each puff, enabling them to create significant clouds when they release it from their mouths.
You may have already encountered this issue and just not known what to call it.
Flooding is when too much e-liquid is added to your e-cigarette when you refill or when liquid is mistakenly poured into the central air channel, resulting in your device flooding.
Typically, this is easily fixed with a few easy steps.
Vaper’s tongue, also known as vaper’s fatigue, is an extremely common term used that encompasses a variety of side effects from the use of e-cigarette.
These generally are not serious at all with the worst ‘conditions’ being a short-term loss of taste or a dry tongue.
Especially effecting people new to vaping, this really is nothing to worry about. Simply changing to a new flavour for a couple of days or not using your electronic cigarette a day or two can fix any of the issues under the ‘vaper’s tongue’ umbrella.