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This Is How You Blow Some Bigger O’s

Kevin Krilla Vape Reporter
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To pull off blowing some big O’s, there are a couple of things you need to know first. They are:

  1. You need to know how to blow an O, just an ordinary one, but one done correctly.
  2. You need to know how to push O’s fairly well.

The first part of being able to pull off a bigger O, is that your ordinary O’s need to look a certain way. If they do not, you have a long way to go… They need to come out quick, with some momentum behind them. You shouldn’t have O’s that are slow, go in a downward motion or stop and disassemble in mid-air. The proper O is one that shoots straight and stays straight, until it finally dissipates.

The keys to performing bigger O’s are “speed and thickness.” This is the first and most crucial prerequisite to pulling off the bigger O.

Once you are able to blow O’s in the manner necessary to complete this trick, open your mouth a little bit more and cough a little harder. This will produce a larger and thicker O.

Next, as explained by the trickster in the video below, “It’s all in the push.” By using two hands simultaneously upon blowing a large O, you must follow the O from behind to help it expand as you keep your hands behind it. So, as you blow the large and thick O, all in one motion, you will follow it with a 2-hand push, without actually touching the vapor. The pressure and momentum from being just a couple of inches away from the O is enough to expand it to a bigger O.

He says to help pull this off, by keeping your hands close to your face as your about to blow the O helps with getting into the proper formation. Also, he says, that moving forward a little bit as you perform this trick helps with maneuvering from the get go. He says, “Almost as if you are tilting over,” is the motion you want to be in. Timing is very important when you blow the O until when you do the 2 hand push from behind. Then keeping your hands at about 9 o’clock and 3 o’clock behind the O helps with expanding it and preventing it from breaking as you follow it.

Practice makes perfect!  Can you pull this off?

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