Whilst vaping has been around for a while now, if you’re new to it, chances are you don’t know what all of the terms mean when your vaping friends throw them about. To help debunk vape terms, we’ve written this blog post. Next time you’re with all your friends, you might finally understand what they’re saying!
When people put too much e-liquid into their electronic cigarette, this can cause it to flood, overflow and potentially leak. This is a common issue amongst newer vapers especially, causing damage to your e-cigarette if you don’t sort this out soon. Luckily, there’s a few tell-tale signs as well as easy methods to solve it in most cases.
A vaper is a user of an electronic cigarette. This is a general term for anybody who uses any electronic cigarette device. For example, if your colleague uses an e-cigarette, they’re a vaper.
Vape or vaping is actually the act of using the electronic cigarette. For example, if you use your e-cigarette today, you have been vaping.
E-cigarettes allow the user to control the amount of vapor that’s produced with each puff. This means that they can try and create the biggest cloud possible, resulting in passionate vapers having competitions to see who can create the biggest. This has become a popular sport for avid vapers and their competitions are watched by fellow vapers and non-vapers alike with fascination.
Feared by many a vaper, vaper’s tongue is a term that’s hard to define. It is applied to lots of issues such as no longer tasting the e-liquid, not tasting your food or not wanting to vape at all. Luckily, it’s not as bad as it’s made out and it’s easily cured. Simply stopping for a couple of days or changing to a different flavour can fix the issue.