What would Happen if you Swam in Vape Juice?- eJuice Direct
Q: What would happen if you swam in vape juice?
A: It couldn’t possibly be an enjoyable experience, but we cannot help but wonder what would happen if you swam in a pool of vape juice. This question was sent to us via @ejuicedirect on social media, and we are always accepting questions from our fans! Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, and send us your craziest or most interesting vape questions in a direct message or by tagging us in your post. When it comes to swimming in e-Liquid, this goes without saying, but please don’t try this at home. Of all the things you could do with a swimming pool, filling it with vape juice is probably not at the top of the list, but it is an intriguing idea. The real question is: how much would it cost to fill a swimming pool with e-Liquid?
Well, we did the math so you don’t have to!
The average swimming pool contains a little over 10,000 gallons of water, which is equal to 40,882,447mL, so you would need 408,825 chubby bottles of e-juice. The average bottle of vape juice on eJuice Direct costs about $10, so that would mean it costs roughly $4,088,244.70 to fill a standard above-ground swimming pool. If you have a spare four million dollars laying around, we welcome you to shop e-juice at eJuice Direct! If, like most of us, you don’t have that kind of disposable income, let’s dive into what would happen if you jumped into a pool full of vape juice.
Let’s Dive In
E-Liquid is made up of primarily Vegetable Glycerin and Propylene Glycol. As we all know, VG is responsible for carrying delicious flavor and producing voluminous clouds, and PG is responsible for the satisfying throat hit you crave in your favorite e-juice formula. Therefore, we can reasonably deduce that swimming in a thick and sticky liquid like VG/PG would potentially be a gloppy mess. In fact, it would be so thick that you would likely have difficulty paddling through it, and due to your weight, would probably sink to the middle of the pool (and stay there). Additionally, the food-grade flavor additives in a majority of e-Liquid will only add to the sticky sensation, which sounds like a nightmare to wash off. There’s also the question of nicotine. While 0mg e-Liquid would be a safer option, your body (and especially your skin) will rapidly absorb any added nicotine, which can be adverse to your health. For more information on nicotine, check out our The Truth about Nicotine blog.All in all, not a fun time, but this was such a wild idea that we couldn’t not talk about it! If you have any crazy vape-related questions, tag us @ejuicedirect on social media, and give us a follow or a like. Stay safe out there and happy vaping!