Dunno if Stephen Dorff hangs out at the Vaporium, but it's probably a safe bet?
Japanese App Lets You Smell Food Through Your Phone, says First We Feast, getting me all irrationally het up about some hypothetical scenarios that, in hindsight, would probably out me as pretty dumb if I shared them with you here. Disappointingly, the Japanese app in question just lets you buy some sort of goofy "scent cartridge" attachment that promises to mimic the smell of beef tongue on demand. Accompanying that questionable commodity is some truly bizarre logic about how if you smell beef tongue while eating plain rice, you'll feel just as satisfied as if you had eaten a bowl of beef tongue. Or, maybe you just spent $36 to have an inanimate object relentlessly taunt you about your crappy dinner! In other words, it's a situation in which there truly are no losers.
Without a lot of hullabaloo, I'll just assume that you want to read Amy Poehler writing about her first job for The New Yorker. (It was at an ice cream parlor, see, so it's totally relevant.)
If you think e-cigs are dumb, you probably don't want to know about this e-cig bar that's also a vegan juice bar and gluten-free cupcakery. If, on the other hand, you're a full-fledged member of the "vaping community," hey! Looks like you've got weekend plans after all!
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