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Topic created by PoppyJo
on Sun, 17 Nov 2019 at 22:32

PoppyJo said on Sun, 17 Nov 2019 at 22:32...

For years I have been a "popperbate" fan, since way before it was popular and when most people associated poppers with gay men only. I'm not gay, I just like the rush.

Here in the U. S. A., you can't buy Amyl Nitrite in bookstores anymore. The butyl or isobutyl usually sold is crap by comparison. Amyl has a sweet odor and feel, a pleasant high, and very few side- or after-effects. Laws do vary from state to state, but where I am, Butyl Nitrite is all the bookstores can sell. But don't despair!

https://www.poppers-aromas.eu is excellent! They are in France, they ship to the U. S., and they have the real deal, quality product. My order arrived within seven days (so far I've ordered twice), it was packaged very well, no broken bottles, and the quality is superb! Real Amyl -- there's nothing else like it.

I ordered the big bottle called "AMYL," the one that has the rating all the way at the top. The only drawback is, ordering from France, shipping is a little steep. But order enough to offset that and you should be as happy as I am. I do NOT work for https://www.poppers-aromas.eu . Just highly recommend them.

Peace, out.

Dandy Dick said on Tue, 19 Nov 2019 at 03:11...

I've read stories of packages being intercepted by US customs on the popperpigs reddit forum. Any similar experiences and what's the delivery time from order to the mailbox?

Nigel said on Fri, 22 Nov 2019 at 12:30...

I actually preferred butyl to amyl for popperbating.

Butyl seems more of a headfuck than a bodyfuck; brain first and body follows. Amyl seemed to me more like something that would be appropriate for actual partnered sex, whereas butyl really brought porn alive and unlocked my sexual energy and fantasies, despite the reality of me being alone in the room.

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