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The words "vape" and "vaping" have been added to the Oxford dictionary.

Discussion in 'The Vapor Lounge' started by p00pf4c3, Aug 14, 2014.

  1. p00pf4c3

    p00pf4c3 Member

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  2. Tommy Dukes

    Tommy Dukes Live everyday like it's your last

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    As it should be! Anytime I go to get my medical card renewed in Cali, the first thing the doc says is "vaporizing" is healthier than smoking because of it's "less abrasive effect on the lungs". Vaping has paved the way for more healthier alternatives to ingesting cannabis and the fact that it is not in the print version of the Oxford Dictionary is a tragedy for all of humanity.
     
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  3. GrilledGoat

    GrilledGoat New South Vaper

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    Why is vaporizing the superior terminology?

    Not being rude, just asking :shrug::)
     
  4. Frederick McGuire

    Frederick McGuire Aggressively Loungey

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    Possibly something to do with "vape" and "vaping" are kinda slangy, while "vaporizing" seems to be more formal english?
     
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  5. p00pf4c3

    p00pf4c3 Member

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    That was just me being silly. The article doesn't actually say that :p
     
  6. MindFork

    MindFork Part-Time Toker

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    That's actually very cool, IMO. I find vaping to be so much better than smoking, but I do kind of miss that HARD HIT effect from a big bong hit sometimes...

    (ps: your avatar made me LOL for real, Poopy)
     
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