The whole thing makes me nauseous. People don't just vape, they vape with flavors. I was at a party where a guy was vaping with fruity-pebbles flavor. GROSS. And in the 80s, there was a big hysteria over Camel cigarettes being marketed to children. That's nuthin compared to the unregulated availability of vape. And at whatever dose you want (which is a whole other discussion).
If I were still a smoker, I would use it because it doesn't stink like cigarettes. But never, ever ever flavored. Plus, you can sneak it in no smoking areas if you want. Part of the pain of being a smoker is not being allowed to smoke anywhere.
Warning, getting on my soapbox:
Tobacco products need to be regulated by the FDA. I am disgusted that they are not, because it's a drug, and a very harmful and addictive one at that. And one with no benefits whatsoever, other than to the tobacco lobby and vape manufacturers. Actually, quite the opposite. It harms almost all users. Imagine a drug like that? One that everyone needs to take, but it causes your death about half the time and brings no benefits? And its perfectly legal and easily obtained by anyone who wants it, including kids?
What a perfect scenario, an audience that becomes almost inextricably addicted (I know what it's like to quit as an ex-smoker, and let me tell you, it's fucking hard), and your audience is totally dependent on you to get what they need. People complain about the safety and efficacy of drugs and vaccines, but here is a little statistic from the CDC about it:
Cigarette smoking is responsible for more than 480,000 deaths per year in the United States, including more than 41,000 deaths resulting from secondhand smoke exposure. This is about one in five deaths annually, or 1,300 deaths every day. On average, smokers die 10 years earlier than nonsmokers.
There are not enough stats on vape products yet, but that will come to light, too.
Rant over. Carry on. :)