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JJ Black - Does this seem legit to you?

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Topic created by Toby
on Tue, 27 Jul 2021 at 01:36

Toby said on Tue, 27 Jul 2021 at 01:36...

Does this seem legitimate to you?

https://www.amylnitrate.com.au/buy_jungle_juice_BLACK_poppers_online_australia

Do Canadian Locker Room products contain the french words "ne pas aspirer" (do not inhale) at the bottom?

Thanks for any insight.

Nitritespecialist said on Tue, 27 Jul 2021 at 03:21...

Toby..my bottles have lots of writing..some English some foreign. Look for the Delta address and phone number. And it should have a lot number on the side of the lid. 590 Ebury Place Canada is part of the address you should see.

Toby said on Tue, 27 Jul 2021 at 03:25...

Thanks Nitrites for your feedback on this.

It just seems strange to me that these words are written in French.

Billy said on Tue, 27 Jul 2021 at 07:42...

If you're ordering from Australia, why not give Anamyl a try?

The Dreadful Flying Glove said on Tue, 27 Jul 2021 at 08:17...

They have always been in English and French...I wonder why! Canada is that big country that sits on top of USA like a hat (they speak two languages).

Gym said on Tue, 27 Jul 2021 at 17:01...

@Toby

The Dreadful Flying Glove is correct.

The French words you might see on some of the bottles is most probably due to the fact that Canada, where Lockerroom is located, is a country with two official languages, French and English.

Quebec, one of Canada's provinces, is majority French speaking, and without going into a long detailed history lesson, the province of Quebec is the main reason Canada has had two official languages for the last 40-50 years.

Since Lockerroom is a Canadian company, it's only normal that some French words might be seen on the label of some of their products.

Plus, Popper-Aromas.eu, which is a company based in France, sells a lot of Lockerroom products inside France itself as well as to other countries around the world where French is one of the main languages.

I'm not claiming this to be the case, but it wouldn't surprise me if Lockerroom and Poppers-Aromas have, or had, a deal going where Lockerroom was adding some French to their labels specifically for Poppers-Aromas' French-speaking market and this being due to legal reasons.

All that being said, I've received many a Lockerroom product without any French words at all on them. Matter of fact, the many Lockerroom JJ Black Label Extreme Formula, JJ Gold Label Triple Distilled and Jacked! bottles I still have lying around the house have no French words on them. So go figure.

Long story short: the main reason you might see some French words on a Lockerroom product's label is that the manufacturer Lockerroom is a Canadian company and that the re-seller Poppers-Aromas.eu is a French company. It's nothing to be suspicious about.

Toby said on Tue, 27 Jul 2021 at 19:54...

Thanks everyone for the information, it's appreciated.

Canuck SB said on Mon, 2 Aug 2021 at 03:34...

@Nitritespecialist
Im going to pick up some LRM Poppers from Poppers aroma
Which LRM bottles and size would you recommend?And have you tried any other product from Poppers aroma site besides LRM products?
Thanks!

Max CA said on Tue, 3 Aug 2021 at 05:45...

@nitritespecialist? you own lockerroom Marketing?

"Toby..my bottles have lots of writing..some English some foreign."

Rob said on Mon, 16 Aug 2021 at 01:49...

The top and bottom of it all, is that you can't believe ANYTHING printed on the bottles. From the description of what's actually in the bottles, to the brand ( everyone copies the original brand names), and where it originates from. It's all complete bollocks.........so pay your money and take the chance.
If you find something good and then re-order, chances are it won't be good next time. No consistency whatsoever nowadays.

Mmx said on Sun, 22 Aug 2021 at 01:39...

Stay away from JJ BLACK itís isopropyl & it will send you blind!!

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