Tobacco

Smoking

I Quit Smoking But My Palate Is Still Trash

Forty days ago, I quit smoking. Ever since, I’ve been waiting for the taste epiphany people have promised.
Elise Renoleau
5.15.18
Budget 2018

The Government Is Coming for Your Chop Chop

As well as any other slightly dodgy sources of cheap tobacco you’re relying on due to steep price hikes in recent years.
Katherine Gillespie
5.9.18
Smoking

I Took the Internet's Worst Advice on How to Quit Smoking Cigarettes

I temporarily lost $2,000, and now have 20 pounds of clementines.
Alex Norcia
10.6.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Today's Teenagers Are Smoking and Drinking Less Than Their Parents Did

Teenagers are smoking far less and drinking alcohol at almost half the rate as they were in 2002.
VICE Staff
6.22.17
Drugs

Meet the 17-Year-Old Getting Rich Dealing Snus Illegally

In Finland, the black market for Swedish tobacco is worth almost £45 million a year. With the support of his parents, Niklas is cashing in too.
Sara Silvennoinen
6.17.17
Tobacco

We Tested Four Types of Chop-Chop So You Can Buy the Best

Your guide to Australia's cheapest, fakest cigarettes.
Chris Shearer
6.8.17
teens

Australia's Teens Hate Smoking and Drinking, Study Finds

The results of our national drug and alcohol survey are not lit.
Katherine Gillespie
6.1.17
Smoking

We Asked a Tobacco Farmer if Growing Your Own Chop Chop Is Worth it

Apparently, it costs "pennies" to grow a pouch of tobacco.
Samantha Howard
5.31.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Roll Your Own Cigarettes are About to Get Way More Expensive

Definitive proof that this government really does hate young people?
Katherine Gillespie
5.10.17
vape

I Went to Vape Jam to Learn the 'Truth' About Vaping

The UK's largest vaping convention is back for the third time.
Nilu Haidari
4.25.17
conspiracy

Bryan’s Daughter Calls Bullshit on Your Conspiracy Theories

Rumour has it, the guy on Australia's cigarette packs died of AIDS. We asked his daughter for the real story.
Sami Emory
2.16.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Teens Don't Party Like They Used to, Study Says

The number of teenagers using drugs, drinking or smoking is the lowest it's been since 1990.
Lauren Messman
12.19.16