Like yeah, the dudebros who do the whole vaping culture thing are kinda ridiculous and sometimes annoying, but there are so many good things about vaping! I don’t want people to turn it into some annoying terrible thing. When in reality, it’s doing so much good for so many people. If everybody vaped instead of smoking cigarettes there would be so much less second hand smoke, you’d never have to hold your breath walking through a cloud of cig smoke again, it smells 1,000x better than cig smoke, it doesn’t cause cancer, people can slowly wean themselves off of the nicotine until they’re completely just smoking flavored water and vegetable extract vapor, and it’s generally just so much better than cigarettes. My bro has a gorgeous singing voice that started to go because of his smoking. But he’s completely given up cigarettes because of vaping, and is currently also weaning himself off of the nicotine! So yeah vape culture can be annoying but I think it’s definitely something to encourage rather than discourage.
How often have you found yourself skulking through a haunted orchard? Weekly, no doubt, if not more often. When you get hungry, as one is want to do while exploring dark regions, it is important to recognize what is edible and what is lethal.
A yellow-green apple with a slimy skin and a putrid odor. The inside is a bright, lemon yellow color with a texture similar to cold butter. Poisonous to humans but resplendent to all forms of undead. Ghoul Delicious apples are able to be enjoyed by both the corporeal and non-corporeal because the trees are pivot points in reality.
Possessing the unusual ability to sustain both the undead and the living, feyburn apples have a smokey aftertaste – indeed, if you eat two or three, and practice a bit, you’ll be able to blow smoke rings from your mouth. The exact flavor of the smoke depends on the other trees in the orchard, creating fierce rivalries in the odd apple industry.
Prized by hedge witches and folk who manage monsters, creature crisp apples are an irressible treat to many forest behemoths. Deadly to humans if eaten raw, they have been used for centuries to create novel poisons.