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These Vape Oil Flavors Sound Absolutely Disgusting



Last week we covered the vape boom here in San Anto. We spent a lot of time looking for the best, worst and weirdest vape oil flavors we could find — and there are so many to choose from. What we discovered is that the world of vaping is full of delicious and interesting flavors that could replace breakfast and dessert. However, whoever's job it is to give these things appealing names should probably be fired ASAP:

1. Cigarette Ash 
For all of you masochists/ashtray lickers out there. 

2. Yager Bomb  

Ok, so maybe this ones name isn't so bad. I'll never understand why someone would voluntarily put this flavor in their mouth without the end goal being inebriation though. 

3. Fruit Poops

I have to give this person credit, using the word poop in a pun is always a good idea.

4. Bloodbath 

Also comes in Bloodbath (Colorless)!

5. Jizmoglobin

It probably contains vitamins that are good for your skin or something if you swallow it, right? I think it's science. 

6. Dragon’s Blood Cheesecake Cream

I'm not sure what grosses me out more, the idea of a cheesecake covered in dragon's blood or the idea of that in cream form. 

7. Dragon's Milk 

Nope. Just nope. Also, why are this angel's wings on fire? She looks like she's in pain. Is she the dragon the milk is coming from? Or are you supposed to pour the dragon milk on there to put out the fire?

8. Alligator Sperm 

This picture is so refreshing. It calls to mind a nice cool dip in a pool of alligator semen on a warm day. 

9. Mad Cow

Nothing tingles my tastebuds like the idea of inhaling some sweet bovine spongiform encephalopathy into my lungs.

10. German Chocolate Beefcake

Once again, a strange mixture of something delicious with something that should not be in that delicious thing.

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