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LeanPipe

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Beautiful work. That requires too much creativity on my part to do. I think of myself as a xerox machine with coils...show me how to make it and I can probably replicate it...but ask for something original from me and all you’ll get is a blank stare


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Thank you! I just fiddle around
 

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Never mind...it was Jamaica where he had that villa...supposedly still haunted by his spirit. A TV group of Ghost Hunters went in and supposedly got his disembodied voice on tape that they didn’t hear while doing the hunt (EVP).


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Never mind...it was Jamaica where he had that villa...supposedly still haunted by his spirit. A TV group of Ghost Hunters went in and supposedly got his disembodied voice on tape that they didn’t hear while doing the hunt (EVP).


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Yeah, I think that is where he got held captive by an intruder. I think it was at christmas time. That broke him almost.
 

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You store your flavors like me, in a plastic container. I have fruits in one, drinks in another and desserts etc. Takes me ages to find the one I want lol.
Yeah I have 3 of them that stack up. They're sorted by brand in rows. This doesnt include 4oz bottles.

I actually can grab a flavor on my first try 90% of the time. People are amazed when I do it lol.
 

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I use these for my flavorings and my coil building supplies.


Those boxes are handy for a lot of things. I have a locking one that I first used for meds when our young grandkids were staying here, and after they left I took it to work to use for first aid supplies, lotion, aspirin, stuff like that.
 

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Those boxes are handy for a lot of things. I have a locking one that I first used for meds when our young grandkids were staying here, and after they left I took it to work to use for first aid supplies, lotion, aspirin, stuff like that.
I got them at the Dollar Tree because they were cheap and it was great place to store my wire and cotton for building coils. Then I thought they would be great for the flavorings. Funny thing is that they are sold for a lot more other places. Like here on Amazon

 

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I got them at the Dollar Tree because they were cheap and it was great place to store my wire and cotton for building coils. Then I thought they would be great for the flavorings. Funny thing is that they are sold for a lot more other places. Like here on Amazon

Yes, the one I have at work is, I think, the 19-inch size, and I paid a lot more than 6 bucks for it. Now that I think of it, I have a couple of the smaller ones that I use for small hand tools and picture-hanging tacks and wire. I think those came from Dollar General. They're close to 20 years old now. They may have been something like 3 bucks apiece.
 

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Yes, the one I have at work is, I think, the 19-inch size, and I paid a lot more than 6 bucks for it. Now that I think of it, I have a couple of the smaller ones that I use for small hand tools and picture-hanging tacks and wire. I think those came from Dollar General. They're close to 20 years old now. They may have been something like 3 bucks apiece.
These are too light weight for my tools and I have Snap On tool boxes for my tools on wheels. But these are perfect for storage of anything.
 

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My states New law! Dickheads!
South Australia will also prohibit people within its borders from making online e-cigarette purchases from interstate or overseas, with enforcement officers to monitor and prosecute anyone selling into SA in line with the existing online tobacco ban.
https://amp.abc.net.au/article/10616444
 

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My states New law! Dickheads!
South Australia will also prohibit people within its borders from making online e-cigarette purchases from interstate or overseas, with enforcement officers to monitor and prosecute anyone selling into SA in line with the existing online tobacco ban.
https://amp.abc.net.au/article/10616444
:xD::cuss2::cuss2:Bastards!
 

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I am stocked up for a while lol.
Just need to get more nic and put in freezer.
Like to see how they can police it actually.
I could be buying flavors for cakes!
Batteries for torch etc
Or candies. Soaps. Lol! Still, though. The nic is gonna suck. When does the law go into effect?
 

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In your shoes I might take a look at....
https://www.nicotineriver.com/collections/chemnovatic-e-liquid-nicotine

(comparison pricing ;))

I see there's a drop down menu option for AUD pricing. I've heard rumors they were planning a site wide sale around 12/28.

I have no idea what shipping costs might be or NR's reputation for making deliveries to your area.
Yeah, shipping is the killer. I get my nic from New Zealand. For $35 I get 200 [email protected] 100mg. Free shipping over$100.
In Australia, we are only allowed to buy nicotine from overseas and only three months worth at a time. But I will get three orders in before the ban. I also think that vendors will not be willing to risk shipping to South Australia with the fines. I can't help myself lol, in fast tech as we speak loading up :cheers:
 

laurie9300

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Yeah, shipping is the killer. I get my nic from New Zealand. For $35 I get 200 [email protected] 100mg. Free shipping over$100.
In Australia, we are only allowed to buy nicotine from overseas and only three months worth at a time. But I will get three orders in before the ban. I also think that vendors will not be willing to risk shipping to South Australia with the fines. I can't help myself lol, in fast tech as we speak loading up :cheers:
I get all mine from Hiliq. It's always good quality, 1litre of 100mg for under $100 shipped FedEx or TNT. Arrives in 4 days and labelled as PG.
 

LeanPipe

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Just know there are plenty of us in other states willing to ship stuff on if you need it......
Onya, thanks mate.
I get all mine from Hiliq. It's always good quality, 1litre of 100mg for under $100 shipped FedEx or TNT. Arrives in 4 days and labelled as PG.
I think I joined there ages ago but never ordered. I heard that their nic is good quality. Nice of them to label as pg.
I agree! @LeanPipe if you need anything just give us a holler :)
Love ya hun! You are awesome!
 

LeanPipe

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Just did my Christmas shopping on ebay lol.
I am bloody shockin, I tell ya!
I hate shopping in physical stores. I hate shopping for other people.
I prefer making gifts, but been a bit slack.
 

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Sneaking a vape of this, Dinner Lady Lemon Tart clone;

http://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/2092782/Dinner Lady Lemon Tart with apple pie

I only used 7 drops FLV Sweetness in about 28ml. It’s pretty good, it called for a 2 week steep, think it’s been 5 days.

Even though it’s not fully steeped I still think it’s missing the buttery tart crust that the original ejuice has. Wish I could figure out what is the missing flavoring. When you take a whiff of the original it really stands out & you can taste it.
 
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LeanPipe

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Sneaking a vape of this, Dinner Lady Lemon Tart clone;

http://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/2092782/Dinner Lady Lemon Tart with apple pie

I only used 7 drops FLV Sweetness in about 28ml. It’s pretty good, it called for a 2 week steep, think it’s been 5 days.

Even though it’s not fully steeped I still think it’s missing the buttery tart crust that the original ejuice has. Wish I could figure out what is the missing flavoring. When you take a whiff of the original it really stands out & you can taste it.
I have not tried the original dinner lady, but I wonder if it is butter or custard maybe missing?
I am going to mix this today, subbing solub arome lmp for fw. Solub arome has a nice lemon curd taste coming through, although seems a little light on crust. Does need a longer steep than a few days. This one I saw sounds good, you may have tried it already.
http://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/852051/Dinner Lady A Lemon Tart Remix
 

Heartsdelight

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I have not tried the original dinner lady, but I wonder if it is butter or custard maybe missing?
I am going to mix this today, subbing solub arome lmp for fw. Solub arome has a nice lemon curd taste coming through, although seems a little light on crust. Does need a longer steep than a few days. This one I saw sounds good, you may have tried it already.
http://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/852051/Dinner Lady A Lemon Tart Remix
Yes I have tried that recipe, although it’s good it’s definitely not like the OG. Let us know how it goes with the Solub Arome LMP.
 

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