Micro Electronic Cigarette

Micro Electronic Cigarette

coming from a family of smokers, what i wouldn't have given for this to be around in my childhood. its a gizmo that lets you feel like you're smoking (you can even put nicotine in it) but without the no-fun side effects of actual cig smoke.

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