|I see this as a relevant commentary on vaping, rather than as a comedy.
"Vaping, as smoking did, attracts those easily persuaded." This is true, and as with ordinary smoking, drug use and the use of alcohol, unfortunately it becomes additive, as you state later in the piece.
I like the sarcasm in, "Also, vaping is better for the environment as a whole. Which, of course, is the number one concern of vapers."
You explain, without actually mentioning the word "manufacturer", how manufacturers draw in the vapers: Their product must appeal to the sense of sight, smell, and to the customer's personality. It must make the customer feel good about himself. Thus is the nature of capitalism.
You tell the reader that peer pressure too, encourages vapers.
"No one tells them how addictive a little pod can become. No one tells them about the mood swings and headaches they will have when they are unable to hit their vape all day. No one tells them how dependent they will become on a little piece of metal to ease their stress, ..." No, of course not. Money has to be made and who cares about the victims? Not the manufacturers, that's for sure! This is very sad. Actually, maybe some parents do warn their youngsters, but what's a parent's advice - when one is a teenager - compared to peer pressure?
What you have written is sad, but true.