The anti-smoking movement has taken a real blow with the rise of these cute little pieces of colourful steel and plastic.

This comes as the World Health Organization’s Framework Convention on Tobacco Control is gradually undermined in all of the countries they had previously succeeded to promote nicotine cessation.

In 2019, nearly 14 of every 100 U.S. adults aged 18 years or older (14.0%) currently smoked cigarettes. This means an estimated 34.1 million adults in the United States currently smoke cigarettes even before that virus came along to fuck up their lungs even worse.

With the Mad Men-era of restaurant and office ashtrays well behind us, it seems that society may have been close to eliminating ‘the smoke break’ forever.

That was until the kids found otherwise to get addicted to this naturally-produced chiral alkaloid.

The rise of disposable nicotine vapes with delicious Asian flavours appears to have undermined close to fifty years worth of health experts warnings and campaigns aimed at tapering the prevalence of smoking in Western media and culture in general.

In cities and towns right across Australia, the haze of grey-market vapour is dragging citizens back to the warm hug of an unbreakable nicotine addiction.

But this time, there is no etiquette. School bathrooms, pubs and workplaces are now play-on for a quick zap of the Watermelon Ice Cuvie or Cantelope iGet.

The rise of vape has health experts worried that this new trend will see hundreds of thousands of non-smokers gradually pivot back to the now extortionate plain packaged cigarettes.

“We are back baby!!!” shouts one Australian tobacco lobbyist in the ACT today, whose business had slowed to the point of him running a one man operation out of a small office in a Queanbeyan arcade mall.

“Thank God for the newsagents!”


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