How much is too much?
Posted on Poppers Guide's Forum
Topic created by Wanno
on Thu, 21 Apr 2022 at 13:57
Wanno said on Thu, 21 Apr 2022 at 13:57...
I am sure this has been asked before but I think my situation is a little different. I am a straight married male (51). I love to masturbate and did my first poppers in February of this year. I typically masturbate twice in the morning before work and twice at night before I go sleep. I pretty much use poppers every time I masturbate now but I typically hit it maybe 2 times per session, at most 3. When added up, that seems like an awful lot.
Billy said on Fri, 22 Apr 2022 at 10:11...
Poppers are a young man's game. But ironically it often seems to be older men that use them - and get into trouble with them. You're getting older, your libido is declining, and you're trying to chase the same levels of arousal and explosive orgasms you had when you were younger. But by using poppers you are slowly poisoning your bloodstrem (red blood cells become less effective at carrying oxygen) and weakening yourself. So bringing into being the very loss of vitality and libido that you so fear!
Better off joining a gym, taking up yoga, etc.... Pretty much anything is better than having a chronic poppers habit in your 40s, 50s, and older.
Anonymous said on Fri, 22 Apr 2022 at 22:57...
maybe learn moderation. If you treat it like something similar and only do it quarterly at most then I think you will enjoy them a lot more than trying to chase the orgasm dragon
Marty said on Sun, 24 Apr 2022 at 11:31...
By quarterly, do you mean only once every 3 months??
Billy said on Tue, 26 Apr 2022 at 11:53...
If only Philip was still with us, he would surely know the answer.
Quarterly, is it, money reproaches me:
‘Why do you let me lie here wastefully?
I am all you never had of goods and sex.
You could get them still by writing a few cheques.’
So I look at others, what they do with theirs:
They certainly don’t keep it upstairs.
By now they’ve a second house and car and wife:
Clearly money has something to do with life
—In fact, they’ve a lot in common, if you enquire:
You can’t put off being young until you retire,
And however you bank your screw, the money you save
Won’t in the end buy you more than a shave.
I listen to money singing. It’s like looking down
From long french windows at a provincial town,
The slums, the canal, the churches ornate and mad
In the evening sun. It is intensely sad.
- Philip Larkin