Now, with the FDA expected to take flavored vapes off the shelves in the near future, some people are planning — or at least tweeting about planning — to stock up on their beloved Mango-flavored Juul pods and other candy-flavored vape juices.
Bought to start hoarding Juul pods the same way most Americans hoard guns
— garth brooks put ur music on spotify plz (@daycdukes) September 12, 2019
Others seem to be prepping for a “Mad Max” scenario — vape god style.
Hoarding Juul pods for bartering in the looming apocalypse
— Big Nick Energy (@thesingularnick) September 12, 2019
While implying that a ban on flavored vapes would cause society’s downfall might be a touch dramatic, others posted slightly more practical takes. Some said that they wanted to maintain their own private stashes of flavor-filled vapes, not unlike doomsday preppers filling their bunkers with beans and lentils.
boutta stock up on these discounted juul pods when my smoke shop starts clearing out inventory AYO
— cumbia metalera (@suredic) September 12, 2019
I am not happy about the number of Mango JUUL pods I will now be hoarding. But it’s happening anyway.
JUUL online sales this week are going to be 🔥
— Peter Roselle (@PhenomenalPoto) September 12, 2019
Should I stock up on Juul pods so I can resell them for double the price in a week? 🤔
— 🥀 Pedro (@Lordtakemeplz) September 12, 2019
Also start hoarding juul pods so you can sell them after they are banned
— Chris (@chris_smith456) September 11, 2019
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