Picture the scene: Your friends are already piling into the Uber downstairs while you frantically scurry around your room, grabbing everything you think you’ll need for what promises to be a ridiculous Saturday night. Just as you’re about to hustle out the door, your eyes lock onto the one thing you didn’t think to take: your vaporizer.
What do you do?
The answer, obviously, is that you grab your vape and then dash out the door, praying your friends aren’t already knocking back the first round at the bar. These days, bringing your vape when you go out partying is almost as essential as bringing your phone. And if you don’t believe us, here are a few reasons why:
#1. A vape pen can be easily concealed when trying to enter a bar or club
Unlike trying to pack several joints, a vaporizer can fit into pretty much any pocket or sleeve. It’s also vague-looking enough that most bouncers will just assume it’s an ecig. Not the same with joints, which have to be carefully stored unless they break open and wind up stinking up your coat --and the entire bar-- for the next several decades.
#2. Use a vaporizer to strike up a conversation with a potential hookup
Congrats on getting it inside! So you step up to the bar, and as you’re about to order a drink, you lock eyes with the cutie down at the end. Nice! You slide over and strike up a conversation. Naturally, since the person’s there with their friends, it would be best for you to move to a more private location. Thankfully you brought your vaporizer, which means you can easily invite them outside to vape. (Because it’s, like, way too loud in here.)
#3. Or, just in case you don’t get that hookup, bring the vape pen along for a nice nightcap
We all know that disappointing feeling: Closing time at the bar, and the cutie you’d been into earlier in the evening is nowhere to be found. So, before you finally set out on that cold and lonely walk home, you can treat yourself to a nice nightcap vape sesh while walking home. It’s the perfect way to wind yourself down for the evening in preparation for tomorrow night, when you’ll definitely have your game face on. Go get ‘em, killer.