Thats so sweet....She is a very lucky woman to have a man that loves her.....and you are a lucky man to have such an intelligent woman!! Hehehe.................
Proud Member of the Vaposhopoholics Club................
I think I dreamed about cats dancing around me last night. Ditto on the "song in my head"
I was so lost on this post with the editing. I guess my question is this. WHY? Why are we not allowed to say certain things? I can see it if a company makes a claim or an employee of that company but we are NOT employees. We are NOT paid for our opinions. I can make a claim that Crest is the best toothpaste and that is all that it is.... a claim. My personal opinion. If I make a claim that [insert product here] has helped me quit [insert name of bad habit here] then it is just my personal claim. We are bombarded by claims everyday via TV. Is it a governmental action against ecig companies that drives the rules or is it Vapor4Life's company policy? I am just curious. I know that sometimes companies are careful because they know that "down the road" regulations are coming but I don't see how it can apply to the product end users who are not paid to promote the product. It is so one-sided. I'm sure there is an explanation somewhere that someone will post for me. In the mean time......
"Dance.... I'm a vaping fool..... Dance" Vape vape vape...... Dance... I'm a vaping fool..... Dance... vape vape vape "
Because this forum is on a ecig vendors site they cannot allow certain statements to be made. Otherwise someone could say that they are false and Vapor4Life did nothing to correct the false statements...right? So, to keep things easy for all the admins we just shouldn't say certain things that they would have to go around and correct all the time. It just makes life easier for them. As we have seen stated by Mr. Morandir.
-[ 'Guilty By Design...' ]-
I'm glad you understand Gator
Sorry about the thread jack I really am trying to be good...it's just not working
I also love all the new friends I have made with my new "hobby"
And.... I actually rather enjoy dancing... in my early college days in the late 70's I realized that the rationed allowance given me by my dad did not support my banana pepper and black olive pizza habit (when the cafeteria food was unrecognizable). I went out job hunting and ended up training to be an instructor at Arthur Murray's Dance Studio. At the time, minimum wage was $2.20. Teaching dance lessons paid $10 an hour. You could teach for 2 hours a night and make enough money to buy 4 or 5 pizzas! Of course, you had to suffer through a lot of smashed and bruised toes... and sometimes misplaced hands from the old guys. Unfortunately, they didn't make steel toed dance shoes. I like the cha-cha and the waltz the best. The swing is also fun.
So Dance Dance Dance we will...... play that beautiful vaping music!!!!!!!
Last edited by bjfgator; 02-11-2012 at 01:59 PM.
Gator, it's been my experience you can do anything in steel toed boots!! I used to skateboard in them!
Although they might look funny if you were wearing a dress...
ETA: Dang it, there I go again. I'm sorry Miss Emma Bad Harmony!