What Do You Think of Vaping? [QUIZ]

My idea of the public perception may be a little skewed. Most of the people in my life are vapers, who can’t say enough good things about vaping. If the people in my life represented the country or the world, vape bans wouldn’t be a thing. I’ve decided to take it to the people! Take our quiz, and we’ll get a better understanding of what you think of vaping!

Ten questions, five answers each. It’s quick, easy, and fun! What are you waiting for? Take the quiz!

Vaping has been polarizing since it first came out. A knee-jerk reaction to new technology, mixed with a cultural taboo against nicotine has made the topic a hot-button issue. This quiz will help inform us on what the people actually think of vaping. The more people who take it, the more accurate our picture of public opinion.

Feel free to share this quiz to everyone that you know that has an opinion. Pro-vape, anti-vape, no opinion… We just want to know!

Tim is Mt Baker Vapor's resident creative weirdo. He writes, composes music, draws, designs, produces podcasts, investigates, and blows the trumpet for the Common Man.

26 thoughts on “What Do You Think of Vaping? [QUIZ]

    1. I have been vaping for 3 years..stumbled across mt. baker vapor last year and won’t order liquid from anywhere else. Great product at an even better price!

  1. I love vaping, but there does need to be *some* regulation of it.
    Namely in what goes into the juice, insuring that the batteries don’t blow up in your hand, and keeping it out of the hands of minors.
    Much beyond that and it becomes political posturing.

    Kinda like here in Indiana, where our Republican Legislature rammed through some of the nation’s most restrictive vape laws.
    That Mike Pence signed.

    If the Libertarians weren’t made up of mostly insane Ayn Rand type lunatics, I’d vote for them.
    As it is, I’ll probably vote for HRC as the lesser of the two evils.
    #NeverTrump or Tuppence.

    1. I agree. It does need some regulations so some of these companies who make juice in their bathtubs at home can go away. It is not safe. The problem is that the regulations that were put forth are way to restrictive. They need to make it so we can still operate but make sure the products are safe.

    2. I agree this has “gone political”, doesn’t everything that’s hot and revenue-generating? Most shops I frequent ask for ID and yes, about ingredients. I read that it’s not a good idea to buy juice from overseas vendors. I am voting for Mickey Mouse!

      1. Im with you on voting for the mouse (Walt’s questionable decisions not withstanding). I’d steer clear of foreign e liquids…you have no idea of the control measures used to ensure your safety. You are correct about the “the politicizing” of vaping. Isn’t it interesting how the FDA has championed the idea of protecting the children while trampling multiple Acts and Laws put in place to act as serve as oversight so they don’t run a muck. So are we protecting the children or teaching them that rules, science and facts are arbitrary when political (lobbied) interests are concerned? I could go on for hours regarding our political circus…

  2. You lost me at the first question. I wanted to answer with the third option, but the misusage of “effect” was too off-putting to continue . . .

  3. I have been cigarette-free for 3 years and down to .3 in juice. I love it and don’t understand why more people are not doing it. I feel that it’s ridiculous how the FDA is trying to control yet one more thing we do. I suspect the tobacco industry is involved in causing the commotion in the vaping bus.

    1. You’re 100% correct. Its a “follow the money” situation. Who benefits the most from the vaping bus taking a hit? Cancer peddling tobacco shills. They pass laws based on their lobbies and fain concern when facts point to legislators that have or will in the future work for companies they are trying to police. How many people write these laws then turn around and work for the same companies once their term is up? Most have work for or will work for these corporations in the future. They’re concern is not health or protection unless we’re talking about the health and conditions of their bank accounts.

  4. I’ve been a vaper for four years now, and know it saved my life when I gave up the stinkies. My husband is a new vaper, giving up cigarettes after being diagnosed with emphysema. We’re both in our 50’s, but are just as passionate about keeping our right to vape; considering our better health since doing so, I would save we certainly have reason. We’re proud to stand beside you all.

    1. Thank you for this! It is people and customers like yourself that make us want to fight the FDA harder than they have seen before.

  5. Vaping almost assuredly saved my life. I smoked for over fifty years and was about to go down with the ship. I’m healthy after three years of vaping and so grateful I tried it. And it’s fun and I love it!

  6. I agree with KLA that the FDA should kick the butts of Big Tobacco. but be real they want more money and by regulating us they think they’ll get it. Here is the real people who will get the money they so seek the Mob, the crooks, and those who would ruin a good thng by creating black markets etc, you would think the FDA would learn after the prohabition of the 1920s & 30s where they tried to control Beer, wine, & liquor; “IT DOESN’T WORK.” Get with it, make rules that count not ones that hurt Americans, you get more results with sugar not vinigar my mother told me and she lived through the 1st prohabition, thus should know. while she passed away in 1999 and hadn’t quit smoking I know she’d have been proud of Vaping’s way to assist me her daughter to quit using vaping instead of drugs she’d have been happy to have done it herself though it came out after she passed I’m sure she would not want the government to penalize her daughter for doing something that keeps her healthy and satisfies the need she has for flavors and drug free alternatives.

    1. Here’s the funny thing. The FDA did this before but I forgot to what industry. They got sued so hard that it sent them back to the stone ages. They DO NOT learn from previous mistakes.

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