NJOY, the largest independent e-cigarette and vaping company in the US, has unveiled its newest product, the Daily, a superior e-cigarette scientifically developed to deliver quick-and-strong nicotine satisfaction at levels close to an actual cigarette.
The Daily has been crafted for adult smokers who are familiar with e-cigs but have been largely unsatisfied by the products they’ve tried in the past. The Daily represents NJOY’s mission to make the traditional combustion cigarette obsolete. After testing it out ourselves, we have to give props to NJOY on accomplishing exactly what they set out to do. The Daily exceeded all of our expectations and offers a restored faith in those who have given up on e-cigs.
With its lightweight design and soft tip, the Daily feels like an actual cigarette and should provide a full pack’s worth of smoking from a single, ready-to-use disposable unit. It is easy to transport and even easier to use, particularly in situations where you just want a quick drag or two. The Daily produces a thick vapor and offers a strong yet smooth throat hit that is reminiscent to that of a traditional cigarette.
Jeremy Lin doesn’t get much attention any more for his game, so maybe this is a cry for attention?
Jeremy Lin's hair. Discuss. pic.twitter.com/vBNmCOQRDf
— Sports on Earth (@SportsonEarth) November 4, 2015
With the Kansas City Royals up 2-0 in the World Series, a celebration beverage is in order. For New York Mets fans mired in an 0-2 deficit, a drink is in order just to calm everyone down!
Regardless of what side you are rooting for, and even if you are not rooting for either team, Jack Daniels, the world’s best-selling family of whiskeys, has a special recipe for you to enjoy.
The below recipes include ingredients that can easily be found at your local store, all specially made with Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel and Tennessee Fire.
HOME RUN APPLE
New York fans can pay homage to one of their team’s top traditions – The Giant Home Run Apple
1 1/2 oz. Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Fire
1 oz. Apple Juice
Directions: shake Jack Fire with apple juice and ice. Strain into a Collins glass over fresh ice. Top with ginger beer
Garnish: apple slices
THE ROYAL “JACK”
For KC fans – enjoy a smooth cold beverage you can cheers with every time your team gets a knock
1 1/2 oz. Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Fire
1 oz. White Peach Puree
Irish Style Red Ale
Directions: Shake Tennessee Fire with puree. Strain over ice in a pint glass. Top with ale.
Garnish: A peach slice or orange slice
BASES-LOADED (pictured above)
For fans torn between teams – keep neutral with this crisp beverage garnished with a grapefruit peel
¾ oz. Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel
¾ oz. Aperol
¾ oz. Sloe Gin
¾ oz. Pineapple Juice
Directions: Shake all with ice and strain into a chilled coupe.
Garnish: Mist and garnish with a grapefruit peel
The most difficult part of ushering the new Bud-E Fridge into my life was fitting it into my car. Once that was sorted, the smoothness took hold. The Bud-E Fridge will gently force your life to conform around your love of Bud Light.
This month, Bud Light launched the ultimate in smart technology innovation: the Bud-E Fridge. It’s a first-of-its-kind home smart refrigerator that enables you to view real-time information from your fridge via your phone, no matter where you are.
Developed from the ground up by Bud Light, the Bud-E Fridge provides you with real time updates – including the number of Bud Lights in your fridge, temperature and even when your favorite sports teams’ games are approaching – to make sure you never run out of Bud Light.
Instead of playing a healthy game of “grab-ass” in the pool like WE used to, today’s teens use texting as foreplay, according to a new study.
The study, published by the American Academy of Pediatrics found that, contrary to public opinion, there is no direct link between sexting among teenagers and risky sexual behavior.
Rather, the study suggests that sexting is a sign of sexual development and, in some cases, sexual activity. Put simply, sexting has taken the place of fawning over each other in public, shared in-person goofy smiles, and using friends/acquaintances to make the other party jealous.
Andrea Miller, relationship expert and CEO of Your Tango, isn’t surprised by this new study. “Teenagers have always had a difficult time expressing themselves, which is why texting became popular in the first place,” she notes. “What concerns me is not that young adults are sexting, but that most of them are forgoing intimacy for the comfort of their smartphones, and that can have lasting implications on their relationships.”