Don’t Drip and Drive

We’ve heard it all. Don’t drink and drive, don’t text and drive, don’t eat and drive, the list goes on and on. Don’t even try to deny it. We’ve all done something on that list at one point and, as stupid as all the advertisements and promotions are, they’re right. It’s dumb and dangerous to let things distract you while driving. We may think we’re the exception but we’re just lucky most of the time.

I know, preaching to the choir. It still doesn’t mean I’m not right. So, let me add the newest sensation that’s gripping the nation to the ‘do not’ list.

Don’t drip and drive.

“What is dripping?” some of you may ask. It’s the fine art of squeezing a yummy flavor onto the cotton of your stunning rebuildable (turns out Word doesn’t recognize this as a… word) because you just can’t wait another second.

Flavor? Rebuildable? Sorry, for those of you who don’t know, I’m talking e-cigarettes. In this day and age, it’s quite a fad and more than a few people have one, including me. I love vaping and the new rebuildable mods just take the flavor to a whole new level. The downside? You have to wet the cotton every few inhales to keep the flavor going so it doesn’t burn out. If you’re a puffer, this can be a problem if you can’t readily do it. Like when you’re driving, or you should be.

Like always, it can wait.

Don’t drip and drive, so not worth it. I’ve had a couple close calls myself that convinced me. You might think you’re invincible but you’re not the exception, you’re just lucky.

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