Archive for hookah company

Ed Hardy and hookahs.

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 20, 2010 by Abraham Appel

All Ed Hardy Hookah has done is add to the selection of hookah’s. We work in hookah because we love the smokey culture.

We created Ed Hardy hookah because Ed hardy is a person who represents everything America at its best is about. He is the same story every immigrant dreams of.

A hard worker who came out of the counter-culture through talent, hard work and using his intelligence to back up his individuality and rebelliousness with the bravery to follow his passions. Ed Hardy used his god- given talents to struggle a living out of the toughness of life.  Ed Hardy made it to college, gave it up to follow his passions and then made it in tattoos when tattoos were not accepted.

Ed Hardy was bloody good at tattoos. And he worked his way out of the struggle, sold his art and now finally does his own work, finally can devote his life to what he loves; His own paintings.

I read on a  hookah forum that “just based on the principal of what Ed Hardy stands for in the shisha world upsets me.” This same person turned down our tobacco for no reason. The price was good. And had he smoked the Ed Hardy Tobacco it would have been great. It was just this  invisible Ed Hardy meaning he claims to represent.

What does Ed Hardy Hookah stand for? allow me again  to point you to the life of Ed Hardy for what Ed hardy Hookah stands for. Stand for what you want. We Already know who Ed Hardy Hookah is.

Ed Hardy Hookah  stands for Individuality.

Ed Hardy Hookah stand for small companies working hard against the status que to create something new and better.

sf gate

Ed Hardy Hookah stand for having nothing but the quality of our work speak for us.

Ed Hardy Hookah stand for the working class.

We do not stand for the billion dollar brand of Ed Hardy Shirts. We stand for the meaning of the tats on those shirts. Ed Hardy Hookah stands for the story that created those tats.

Advertisements

DRINKING AND HOOKAH

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 12, 2010 by Abraham Appel

When your out with friends and having a few drinks, smoking a hookah can be the funnest thing to do. Hookah bars offer a really special chill atmosphere to relax and blow O’s. Smoking shisha is perfect for capping off a night of clubbing or a house party of drinks.

   But there are a few things you need to remember and be aware of if your gonna drink and then visit the Hookah bar.

1. If you’ve been drinking it’s best to go to a hookah bar with a really up beat tempo. Unless you’re a regular at a hookah bar that will let you get by with a few wierd steps and maybe half sentences; go somewhere that already serves alcohol and hookah, or a hookah bar that is known for its party atmosphere. If you go to a Hookah bar that is too quite you can actually really end up offending them.

  The best way to avoid offending the Hookah bar owners is to let them know your just getting some down time after the club and to let you know if your are not respectful so you can roll it back a little while smoking at the hookah bar.

 2. remember that smoking hookah dehydrates you. So be ready to drink a good amount of water if your gonna smoke after drinking or while drinking.

3. be extra carefull. Remember that these are hot coals, this is like a balancing cigarets on a pipe. So go to a hookah bar and sit somewhere with room for you to move and hen move with care.