Since these things do not give off odors, and aren't harmful to others in any way, is it legal? o:
No, you'll get in trouble but really, it's school, if you really feel the need to be involved with that save it for home. Why waste your time getting in trouble when schools only like 7 or 8 hours, by the time you feel you need one you'll only have a few hours left. Bringing that stuff to school doesn't make you cool or getting in trouble then bragging about it doesn't make you a bad ass lol so many people at my school think they look cool when in reality they make themselves look like idiots. Please don't bring that stuff to school, it's a place for learning not that garbage. (if you weren't thinking about bringing it sorry, keep it as a future reference lol)
I gotta say that gets my original question of the week award :D I think any rationally minded teacher or school administrator should see a smokeless cigarette as a healthy and relatively harmless appeasement to an apparently almost inescapable addiction (nicotine). Do they generate any kind of smell or "pollution"? To counter, I think if your'e in school you shouldn't be addicted to nicotine in the first place. Chemicals have no place in a learning and developing mind.
Its probably not good idea to do this in high school. Since most do contain nicotine, you must be at least 18 to purchase it. Probably not going to fly well with the school administrators. Not sure if there is a legal issue if the student were 18, but if there aren't now I'm sure there will be at some point. Even if you were 18 and in college, its just in poor taste to do it during class.
Probably. But the teachers and principal would be sure to find a way to get you detention at least. Since for ex. if you brought a plastic knife to school, its fake but still looks like one so you get treated like you brought a real one. Same rules probably apply for electric cigarettes sadly
My friend does it in class, it really depends on how tolerant your teacher is.
You can ask...