Never Fear: EightVape and Friday the 13th

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It's Friday the 13th!

If this unlucky day has got your agoraphobia flaring up (big day for Netflix), read this short blog to catch up on the history of Friday the 13th, and join us in considering some other parts of the world where Friday the 13th ain't such a bad thing. 


Scared History 

Many people are clueless as to why Friday the 13th is considered unlucky and I am one of them. I don't even know why the number 13 itself is "unlucky." But I am reminded of the notion everywhere I go. All of the casinos in Las Vegas claim they have no 13th floor. The hotel elevators omit the number "13," and skyscrapers all across the country are the same way. 

Where does the suspicion and paranoia come from? 

Many people refer Jesus Christ's Crucifixion. According to Cecil Adams's "Why Is The Number 13 Considered Unlucky," many English sources "from the 1890's onward" posit that the number 13 is unlucky because of Judas was the 13th member at the dinner table. Jesus was also crucified on a Friday.


In a Different Light 

There are many cultures who don't consider 13 an unlucky number. In fact, it's quite the opposite. 

In China, the pronunciation of 13 sounds something like "shisan," which roughly  means "definitely vibrant." Many people actually welcome the number 13 as a good omen. Hotel and skyscraper buildings in China do not omit the 13th floor,  instead, they might omit floors that include the number "4." "Four" in Mandarin sounds like "die."

In Italy, people consider 17, not 13, to be their unlucky number, and in fact, the saying "fare tredici" means to hit the jackpot. Tredici is the Italian word for thirteen. 

So just remember, if you're feeling a little paranoid, just channel your inner Italian. Everything is OK, capisce? *cool hand gesture* 


It's Not As Bad As You Think 

To make the day better for everyone, we've cut the prices on an E-Juice brand with some scary-good flavors. 

Director's Cut The Lost One: $9.99

The Lost One:tart blue raspberry concoction balanced with a dash of sweet fruity candy. Fresh and plump mountain berries sprinkled with sugary goodness. 

  • Flavor Profile: Blue Raspberry, Fruit Candy
  • VG/PG: 70/30
  • Nicotine Level: 0MG, 3MG, 6MG
  • Bottle Size: 60ML


Director's Cut My Undead Girlfriend: $9.99

My Undead Girlfriend: A delicious fusion of apple, pineapple, and strawberry candies mixed into a sweet and fruity E-Liquid concoction. 

  • Flavor Profile: Apple, Strawberry, and Pineapple Candies
  • VG/PG: 70/30
  • Nicotine Level: 0MG, 3MG, 6MG
  • Bottle Size: 60ML


Director's Cut The Devil Inside: $9.99

The Devil Inside:  A fruity concoction of tart green apple, refreshing watermelon, and juicy berries balanced to create an exciting and delicious E-Liquid treat. Watch out for this one. 

  • Flavor Profile: Watermelon, Green Apple, Mixed Berry
  • VG/PG: 70/30
  • Nicotine Level: 0MG, 3MG, 6MG
  • Bottle Size: 60ML


Director's Cut Damien, Doll of Malevolent: $9.99

Damien, Doll of Malevolent: Wild melon, pear, and bubblegum. Tropical fruits balanced with saccharine extracts for a tart and sweetly delicious E-Liquid experience. 

  • Flavor Profile: Wild Melon, Pear, Bubblegum. 
  • VG/PG: 70/30
  • Nicotine Level: 0MG, 3MG, 6MG
  • Bottle Size: 60ML


Director's Cut Nancey's New Nightmare: $9.99

Nancey's New Nightmare: Authentic Belgian Waffle batter mixed with the nutty flavors of pecan and hazelnut candies, finished off with a touch of gooey caramel. A complex dessert combination. 

  • Flavor Profile: Belgian Waffle, Pecan, Hazelnut, Salted Caramel.
  • VG/PG: 70/30
  • Nicotine Level: 0MG, 3MG, 6MG
  • Bottle Size: 60ML


Have a beautiful weekend, vape fam! 


Justin Troyer
Head of Content 

1 comment

  • Posted on by Cynthia Still-flowers

    Get more classic brands back in stock. In the mean time a strawberry cream and watermelon with a side order of blueberry could be your next Friday the 13 the flavor. Thanks for all your care and great vapes.

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