Diana’s EDC vaping experience! Part 1
We all have a vaping moment that we’re really proud of. A moment that we fixed something that we consider a good story, and we should be proud, we’re awesome for them. First off, let me start by saying that I love EDM (Electronic Dance Music). I took a trip to Las Vegas this June to attend my very first Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) with my boyfriend and some of my closest friends. Generally vaping isn’t allowed inside festivals, but this year Insomniac, the awesome people they are, announced the Vape Village and the allowance of e-cigs through security. Obviously, I was ecstatic. Finally, a vape friendly festival!
Day 1, I’m inside the festival with my vape, having the absolute time of my life. As soon as I got in I went to the Vape Village and bought liquid. Side note, those liquid prices were unnecessary, guys, really? Not cool. Let’s fast forward a few hours and I’m at the main stage, enjoying the music in a less crowded area, with enough room to comfortably move around. This girl, obviously drunk, runs into me and basically rams directly into my arm (kind of like a “clothesline” type move), knocking my vape a few feet away, shattering the glass (though, I had a vape band holding it together and didn’t notice it was shattered until the next day), denting my battery, my battery door goes flying, and worst of all the base of my tank where my airflow control is was bent and slanted causing my coil to not make a connection and making the whole set up unusable. After basically shattering my world this chick stops, half-way turns around, looks at the mess and says “ehh”, then continues walking. Not even an apology. With the help of my boyfriend and a few surrounding strangers, phone flashlights were immediately turned on and all pieces of my vape were found and returned to me. So, of course I’m freaking out and upset because now I’m inside of a festival for the next 10 hours with no source of nicotine, this is a huge problem because I’m also over a thousand miles from home with no vape. It would make sense to go to the Vape Village and seek help, because someone has to have the solution I know I need, right? Well, wrong, actually. Since working for Vixen I have seen, and fixed, many tanks with the same issue I was currently facing. I knew exactly how to fix my problem, I just didn’t have the tools, being on vacation and in a festival and all. My boyfriend and I made our way to the Vape Village, and our first stop was a booth by the hosting company, where I had recently purchased liquid. I explained what happened and that I needed pliers to fix it. The worker told me “Sorry, but this is unrepairable, you’re gonna need a whole new tank.” I responded with “Dude, I’ve fixed this specific issue at work before, all I need is a pair of pliers.” To Be Continued…
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