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Congressman Devin Nunes fucks farm animals. But prosecutors in Fresno, California, have declined to pursue charges, determining that it's not abuse because his dinky little ding dong is too small for the animals to feel it. Putin has video of Trump giving Devin Nunes an oral creampie while Devin tries to pee on an underage hooker, but fails because Devin's stream ain't got that much steam. Devin Nunes is the lowest IQ person ever elected to Congress, he has a positively Gumpian level of intelligence, so dumb you won't believe how many school administrators got to plow his mom's squonker before he was allowed to graduate.
I don't know whether any of that is true. But I know "many people are saying" those things. I also know Devin Nunes hates free speech. He recently sued Twitter for allowing to exist a couple of parody accounts that hurt his poor little snowflake feelings. As result, the previously relatively unknown Twitter account for Devin Nunes' cow now has more followers than Devin Nunes himself. Now, he's also suing a newspaper's parent company because the paper printed a story about some people on a yacht doing cocaine with hookers who were possibly underage in 2015. A story that nobody read outside of Nunes' little corner of California four years ago. No one alleged Devin Nunes was on that yacht, used cocaine, or had sex with prostitutes, but his name came up due to his business connection with the incident via his partnership in a winery that was involved, so he's suing. Read the story that's got his little pink panties all in a bunch. Lyin' Devin Nunes is lying when he says the newspaper lied about him; it's all part of his new career as a professional victim.
And now #YachtCocaineProstitutes is soaring on Twitter, and will forever be tied to Devin Nunes.
I just wanted to vape this moment, the moment when the Streisand Effect became the Streisand-Nunes effect.
VT Blood Orange Champagne for the boat. FA Papaya for the hoes (ask Mitt Romney why). OoO Powdered Sugar for the nose.
This is damn delicious. V1 had Wild Melon instead of Papaya. I fell instantly in love with the combination of Powdered Sugar and Blood Orange Champagne, but Wild Melon just didn't seem like the best complement for it. Pondered many other melons, but none of the honeydews or watermelons seemed like a good idea. I got out FA Melon Cantaloupe and WF Ripe Galia Melon. Smelling them before deciding whether I really wanted to try them, I thought FA Melon Cantaloupe smelled right. Smelled WF Ripe Galia Melon and realized that particular flavor might be taking the prostitutes thing a little too literally, there's a reason why that one's nicknamed Butthole Melon. Then it hit me. Papaya. But TFA Papaya was too overwhelming, and even WF Papaya was a bit much. Went back and tried the Melon Cantaloupe and it was so much better than Wild Melon here that I thought I was done. But, I decided to try FA Papaya, just for the sake of due diligence. WOW am I glad I did. It fills out the bottom of this perfectly. Though Melon Cantaloupe was delicious, it's bit of rindyness was at war with the Blood Orange's artificiality. FA Papaya can be a little funky on it's own, but in this mix it made pure candy, Blood Orange-Papaya-Champagne Powder Candy, like a flavor of Pixie Stick that doesn't exist but if it did, it would be so good you might want to snort it.
This is the result of a collaboration with Max Savage and originated from an idea that Silky had. Silky recommended that I try FA Passion, FA Papaya, and FA Guava together to scratch my itch for a funky fruit mix. I tried it out, but it wasn't weird enough. So Max Savage and I went through a few iterations to nail down an odd, but delicious combination of flavors. The end result is somewhat of a tropical smoothie, and I really enjoy it.
We started out using Guanabana, but it didn't get along with the profile so it was tossed. Yakima Hops any higher was adding too much bitterness, and CAP Sweet Mango wasn't showing up enough at 3%. My favorite part of this mix is FA Papaya, it adds a wonderful and smooth quality to the vape, and tones down all of the sharper edges of Yakima Hops and Pink Guava. FA Passion adds some nice brightness, and the super sweet makes everything pop.
Hello to all you wonderful people of ATF. After trying many great recipes over the last few months, I finally feel like it is my turn to give back to this community.
This project has been on and off with many versions and tweaks over the last 5 month's or so, but now I feel it is finally where I want it to be.
Oasis was the first commercial juice I really wanted to clone. It is a blend of Peach, Cantaloupe, and Papaya and is quite good actually, however, I saw some room for improvement.
I am going to say right off the bat that I realize this recipe may look a bit redundant with the multiple flavors per fruit but I can assure you that each and every one serves a purpose.
FLV Cantaloupe: This is an awesome flavoring. Probably the most authentic Cantaloupe I have tried, however, it lacks body and is a bit harsh. At this percentage it lends a tasty ripe cantaloupe without many negatives.
TFA Cantaloupe: This is a sweet candy-like Cantaloupe. It works at 1.5% to lend some of those sweet ripe top notes without too much of the candiness. Also adds a bit of body.
CAP Cantaloupe: This is a nice fairly authentic Cantaloupe although a bit mellower than FLVs. At 2% this works well to flesh out the Cantaloupe and add a bit of body throughout the recipe.
TFA Papaya: The main Papaya component in this recipe. At 2% I find you get a great, slightly artificial flavor, while reducing most of the pepperiness that can come with it.
FA Papaya: This is here mainly to help authenticate the TFA Papaya.
INW Peach: An excellent peach flavor. Brings a fair bit of juiciness to the recipe and is pretty authentic. 1.25% brings a nice ripe peach flavor while minimizing the earthiness that can pop up at higher percentages.
FA White Peach: An excellent flavor and a must have for sure. I use this to add some tartness and brighter top notes to the recipe. It has an almost "green" nature which I believe helps to mimic the rind area of the Papaya and Cantaloupe. 1% works for me, however you could reduce it to 0.75% if it is too earthy for you.
TFA Marshmallow: This is here to boost the sweetness a touch and add a bit more body.
TFA Whipped Cream: I use this to emulsify and smooth out any sharp edges.
So there you have it folks, my first ATF recipe! This recipe reminds me of a fresh and flavor packed fruit smoothie. It is sweet, smooth and very enjoyable to vape imo. I truly hope that at least some of you will enjoy this as much as I do ☺
*Shake and Vape but better after 3-5 days
*Feel free to add some koolada or ws-23 for an ice cold smoothie.
I was just playing around with my new FLV mango flavor... I'm absolutely in love... I haven't ever mixed a 120ml for myself until now....
I don't think that the FA Papaya is necessary here, but I haven't tried this without it.
I mix it for myself with .8% Super Sweet, but most people think that's crazy.. Please sweeten to your liking.
I wanted to get a good Papaya taste. It's a fruit that you do not see used a lot, and while I think FA Papaya is good, too much of it can get kinda funky. I also wanted a bit of sweetness to it without overwhelming the mix. I opted to enhance it with both Inawera exotic and FA coconut. The exotic while listed as pineapple pom and mango, I get a hint of papaya from it, maybe it's just me. The FA coconut puts a little balance in this. My goal was simple, a good smooth fruit vape without sweetener added and to utilize ingredients outside my comfort zone in low%