Our hobby isn’t cheap, and we often we find ourselves whining about associated costs, but maybe, just maybe, we aren’t being stung as badly as think. We’ve decided to publish the most expensive liquids to purchase - per gallon - to put our minds at ease.
Human Blood - £1500
Whilst comparably cheaper than E Liquid, we wouldn’t recommend vaping it - however the fangs you grow might make it easier to loosen those fiddlier tanks.
E liquid – £2,273
The equivalent of around 150 30ml or 450 10ml TPD compliant bottles. E Liquid is by no means cheap but nor is it the worst offender when it comes to pricing.
GHB – £2,540
For the love of God, no! This will put you on the sort of government watch lists that make war criminals blush.
LSD – £125,104
If you are purchasing your LSD by the gallon, we’d encourage you to share.
Not with us obviously, well if you’re offering… no wait we have our journalistic integrity to think of…
Meet us round the back in ten minutes.
Chanel No.5 – £26,560
For the cost of the average UK yearly income, you too can smell like that aunt who keeps asking ‘Why don’t you get a real job instead of writing for a magazine?
King Cobra Venom - £155,514
There’s a certain irony, in the fact that you collect this venom, to create an anti-venom, to help people who have poisoned by this venom. Wait, my mistake it can also be used to create a painkiller 20 times more powerful than morphine. OMG I need a lie down.
Scorpion Venom – £3,002,509
No, this isn’t a typo! Due to its scarcity, and the difficulty of collection, £3 million is about the benchmark for high quality venom. Tests are now being conducted into the medical benefits of this venom linked to arthritis and rheumatism. Neat huh?
Donald Trump’s Tears – Price Unknown
Rumoured to be recession proof and allows the user to lie directly to news cameras and improve his golf game, yee ha!