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Stuck for a Halloween costume? Here’s 3 Vape-incorporated Halloween costume ideas, + the best vapes to go with them
Stuck for a good Halloween costume this year? Don’t you worry my friend, we’ve got you covered – read on for some stellar vape-inspired costume ideas, and the best device to go with them.
Elon Musk got himself in a little pickle recently, after he announced he was going to privatize the company and charge $420 per share – which apparently was a joke to impress his girlfriend, the musician Grimes. The company’s stock took a nosedive and made countless shareholders quiver in their boots. Musk then made a controversial appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast wearing an Occupy Mars t-shirt, drinking a whisky and smoking a joint, where he also kind-of, technically violated Tesla’s code of Business Conduct and Ethics which states that he is prohibited from using illegal drugs while at work (which you could argue, as presenting as the CEO of Tesla in the podcast, he was).
Whether or not Musk broke his own company rules, he did spawn countless memes from the appearance and further terrified already anxious Tesla shareholders. So, if you’re looking for a pretty easy (and timely) costume this Halloween, all you need is an Occupy Mars t-shirt, a stiff whisky, your vape of choice, and a facial expression not unlike the thinking face, hand-to-chin emoji. While any vape would do, we would recommend something sleek and cutting edge like the DaVinci IQ. With its efficient 360º conduction heating and Smart Paths technology, it’s kind of like the Tesla of vapes.
The t-shirt itself would be pretty easy to DIY, but if you’re not much of a dab hand at the arts and crafts, an Occupy Mars t-shirt is now conveniently listed on Etsy as “Elon Musk Occupy Mars Tshirt / Joe Rogan Podcast Shirt / Space Exploration Shirt for Dad Mom Sister Brother Husband Wife Teenager Gift”
Thomas the Vape Engine
All hail the creator of this costume – whoever he is, he’s a visionary. We’re not sure what ergonomics were involved in the making of this work of art (we’re guessing some sort of paper-towel cardboard tubing?) but if you’re a particularly gifted amateur sculptor, have a go at constructing this wearable Thomas the Tank Engine suit complete with vapor path chimney. Since you’re going to be dressed up as a literal train, we recommend a vape that produces large, thick clouds. Look no further than the Crafty – it's highly portable, and that smart convection energy gives you dense vapor and thicker clouds.
Cruella de Vil
Embodying the deliciously evil spirit of Cruella de Vil is not for the faint of heart (she’s literally named after the devil), but she is also one of the most recognizable Disney villains there is – so you won’t spend all night answering the question “who are you supposed to be?”. It does require achieving two-tone monochrome hair, either through a wig, a very dedicated hair colorist, or a very shoddy spray-hair-color job (buy the wig – take the easy route).
Cruella de Vil costumes are readily available online for your convenience, but if you want to take the DIY route, just basically cover yourself in black-and-white Dalmation print and lots of faux fur (not true to character of course, but we don’t endorse skinning innocent puppies for a Halloween costume). Some red accents like elbow length gloves, heels, and something like a long skinny cigarette holder are also crucial, so we recommend a sleek dab pen as our vape of choice for this one – a Kandypen or Linx Ares would work beautifully, but let your own tastes guide you.