With Looming Ban, People Are Plotting to Hoard Juul Pods
"Hoarding Juul pods for bartering in the looming apocalypse."
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