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Everest premium or AMYL titanium?

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on Wed, 16 Nov 2022 at 12:10

godo99 said on Wed, 16 Nov 2022 at 12:10...

Has anyone on here tried both of these I'm wondering which to order The Everest premium is only a 15ml bottle and the AMYL titanium is a 24ml bottle and cheaper too.
Which do you think would be the best?

Anonymous said on Wed, 16 Nov 2022 at 23:29...

I tried the blue lid Everest Premium one time.....it was basically degraded isopentyl nitrite. It stunk...had some foul camphorous odor and effects were weak....could barely make myself take a whiff due to the bad odor.

Inflatable Donald said on Thu, 17 Nov 2022 at 18:31...

Howdy again Anomy! did you vote? i reads some of other postings....y'all seem to be bad-mouthing everyone and everything! and oft times say things are "camphorous" what is that word, sir?

Rozac said on Fri, 18 Nov 2022 at 01:39...

Any poppers in goa?

The Professor said on Fri, 18 Nov 2022 at 01:43...


anon (aka Ken Jones, aka Nitritespecialist aka john mulligan aka nitrite expert aka brewmeister aka a hundred other offensive names), is an ignorant wanna be maker that has been failing for 12 yrs, yet feels compelled to tell other people what to do and how.

he finally tried OTC stuff a while back, and was over-the-moon about jungle juice's Hexyl crap. He also tried one of the Everest variants and labelled it 'offensively camphorous'.

He'll tell you that normal pentanol is the ONLY type of popper worth inhaling, even though the perscription stuff was ALWAYS a mixture of pentanol isomers.In his mind, the IsoPentyl stuff is inferior, and quickly degrades into the aforementioned 'foul camphor'

excepting that his ideas are wrong and his viscious attacks are fallacious.

And yes, I_D, I did vote, thanks for asking

Chubbybear said on Wed, 23 Nov 2022 at 04:22...

I have tried both and I much prefer the AMYL titanium and the rush is strong. No headaches. As a matter of fact they are my new fav. Just had 4 more bottles delivered today!

Enema Perfection said on Fri, 25 Nov 2022 at 04:55...

@Professor: You know the easiest way to tell this retard from anyone else? He keeps talking about camphor despite having never encountered camphor in his entire life. I am amazed that he hasn't died of AIDS. My gut tells me that he is a bot or a troll. Maybe a state actor trying to cause cancer.

Inflatable Donald said on Fri, 25 Nov 2022 at 11:01...

I discover that camphor was used in olden daze against bubonic plaque, and today can be used for fumigating against an infestation of fleas. Moth balls are made from the camphor. i have an old rabbit skin coat that is full of fleas, so helpful info.

Check out Newsmax, guys!

Anonymous said on Fri, 25 Nov 2022 at 18:35...

I dunno....I made 3 brews of incredible isopropyl nitrite lately and I'm stunned at how powerful and fun it is....no noticeable off odors or nasty side effects either. Just a tiny whiff takes you on a joyful energetic ride of bliss.

So easy to make too.....grab a bottle of Walmart's 70% isopropyl alcohol, some sodium nitrite from CC, some acid from Menards and that's all you need. A mag stirrer might help, but is not necessary if willing to stir by hand. You will see no brown smoke, no green, no blue.....you will just see white salt form and a yellow layer on top. Wash and dry that yellow layer and you got liquid Gold. 10mls only last a day or two of use...NP, IPA is cheap from Walmart.

Anonymous said on Fri, 25 Nov 2022 at 18:39...

I forewarn everyone who tries to make isopropyl or butyl nitrite....if you don't mix right...with proper ratios, they will be toxic garbage. Also, when using butanol, it has to be very pure, and factory sealed straight from the factory...no middle men who pour it off into different containers.

The isopropyl is easy to get and comes with Expiration dates. Use warmer temps...don't add any water and you will force that puppy to make a very potent, low toxicity popper.

Rosa Klebb said on Sat, 26 Nov 2022 at 18:36...

Don't do what this guy is saying! Act with sense and maturity; say NO to "Bathtub Bill"

Anonymous said on Sun, 27 Nov 2022 at 07:21...

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Isopropyl nitrite
Isopropyl nitrite separatory funnel by Doug's Lab.png
Freshly prepared isopropyl nitrite
IUPAC name
2-Propyl nitrite
Other names
1-Methylethyl nitrite
Isopropyl alcohol nitrite
Nitrous acid, isopropyl ester
Chemical formula
Molar mass 89.09 g/mol
Appearance Straw yellow liquid
Odor Sweet
Density 0.8684 g/cm3
Melting point −132 °C (−206 °F; 141 K) [1]
Boiling point 40 °C (104 °F; 313 K)
Solubility in water
Solubility Miscible with acetone, diethyl ether, ethanol
Safety data sheet Sigma-Aldrich
Flash point -29 °C (-20.2 °F; 244 K)
Lethal dose or concentration (LD, LC):
LD50 (Median dose)
300 mg/kg (mouse, oral)
3,200 mg/kg (rabbit, oral)
980 mg/kg (rat, oral)[2]
Related compounds
Related compounds
Ethyl nitrite
Isobutyl nitrite
Except where otherwise noted, data are given for materials in their standard state (at 25 °C [77 °F], 100 kPa).
Infobox references
Isopropyl nitrite is a highly flammable organic ester. It has the general formula (CH3)2CHONO.

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1.1 Chemical
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4 Projects
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5.1 Safety
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Isopropyl nitrite reacts with hydrazine hydrate and sodium hydroxide to form sodium azide.

Isopropyl nitrite is straw yellow color and has a sweet, pleasant smell. It is immiscible and less dense than water. Isopropyl nitrite has a very high vapor pressure and a low boiling point, although it will decompose on boiling to produce nitrogen oxides and isopropanol. A low flash point combined with the high vapor pressure means it is very easy to ignite.

Isopropyl nitrite was available as the main active ingredient in some types of "poppers" (along with amyl nitrite), but it's harder to get hold of in recent years. In some countries, the sale of amyl nitrites may be be restricted or illegal.

It's better made in a home lab setting.

Concentrated hydrochloric acid is slowly dripped onto sodium nitrite suspended in isopropanol, generating nitrous acid which reacts with the alcohol. The concentration of isopropanol should be less than 100% to ensure the solution does not get too acidic (which will rapidly decompose the ester) and that some of the precipitate byproducts dissolve. Diluted sulfuric acid can also be used but this will result in a larger amount of precipitate due to sodium sulfate's lower solubility compared to sodium chloride.[3][4]

Every reagent should be as cold as possible to limit decomposition to nitrogen oxides. An ice bath may be needed.

To limit exposure to this compound, the reaction is often conducted in a separatory funnel, which can be easily closed to limit vapors, and is also a convenient way of removing the aqueous layer.

Make sodium azide
Antidote for hydrogen sulfide and cyanide poisonings
As well as being highly flammable, being an organic nitrite it promotes vasodilation in the body, pushing more blood to the brain. Hence breathing fumes of isopropyl nitrite can have some mild strange side effects that mostly end up in a headache. Proper ventilation is required when using this compound.

In case of nitrite poisoning, small dosages of methylene blue are recommended (0.1 ml of 1% solution per kilogram of patient's weight, intravenously). Not to be confused with large dosages, which are toxic in the same way nitrites are, and are used to treat poisoning with blood agents like cyanides, carbon monoxide and hydrogen sulfide (isopropyl nitrite itself can work as an antidote in these cases).

Storage is best done in a cold place such as a fridge or freezer, but care must be taken to prevent as the vapors travel quickly and can easily find a source of ignition.

If care is taken to make sure the ester does not contain any acid before storage, it will not quickly decompose and may be stored cold for many months. Anhydrous calcium chloride is often added to keep the compound dry, as prolonged exposure to water may cause hydrolysis.

Acid hydrolysis of the compound destroys it quickly, with the evolution of nitrogen oxides. It is recommended to either burn it or simply let it evaporate over pouring it down a sink, as its solvent properties may adversely affect a plumbing system.

R. F. Grant and D. W. Davidson, J. Chem. Phys. 33, 1713 (1960), Dielectric Study of Some Liquid Alkyl Nitrites
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Isopropyl nitrite synthesis
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Rosa Klebb said on Sun, 27 Nov 2022 at 12:30...

Bill, you forgot to say that isopropyl sucks! and is the formula has been linked to cases of ocular unpleasantness in some with preexisting "old folks" ailments. Therefore, you are telling people to brew up this garbage in their bath, dumb in itself for anyone without proper knowledge, and the result is the cheapo-nasty-popper that popped up in the United Kingdom following the enforcement of The Medicines Act, and the disappearance of the much-loved, and safe, amyl nitrite.

As I said earlier, (thanks Nancy!).....JUST SAY NO....to Bathtub Bill.

Anonymous said on Sun, 27 Nov 2022 at 15:38...

Lots of stuff gets negative PR. Without knowing all the pertinent facts, negative PR is meaningless. It's basically propaganda.

Anonymous said on Sun, 27 Nov 2022 at 19:34...

Anectodal evidence today the quality/condition of the alcohol has GOT TO BE as pure as pure gets during the reaction. I got a series of so-so isopropyl nitrite from my now half empty bottle of IPA. When I switched to a brand new bottle of IPA, I immediately got the expected crazy fun effects.

Here's how you can tell: when the popper is good, the heart beat can be felt strongly against the eardrum and it remains loud in the eardrum until its effects have worn off completely. When this occurs, maximum physiological pleasure will be felt. A lesser brew will increase heart rate but it will feel much less pronounced(not banging against eardrum) and there will be ZERO physiological pleasure. There will be uncomfortable warming of the body along with the weaker heart beat....and zero euphoria. There will be no desire to take another hit.

The Professor said on Sun, 27 Nov 2022 at 23:49...

you're right on point with anon's nonsense. Don't be frustrated by his ignorant refusal to accept reality, but be encouraged that, despite his nagging presence over the last 12 years, he has had NOBODY follow his advice (which vacillates between obnoxious ad hominem attacks, and dangerously ignorant claims.

Good thing too; I don't think anyone would like to become chemically castrated, which is the direction his preps are going.

I once suggested to him that chemistry has changed considerably since the likes of William Noyes, and he responded that 'nothing has changed' in his typical ignorant ignorance (yes, he's doubling up)

take, for example, his latest claim that he has somehow tamed isopropyl nitrite by using consolidated chemical's Sodium Nitrite (CC doesn't sell NaNO2) and calcium chloride to somehow 'suck up' unreacted alcohol.

IN the first instance, it's no surprise that he's lying about the powder; ALL if his self can be described as either a blatant lie or a misdirection with a heaping dose of willful ignorance.

In the second instance, Noyes himself had doubts as to whether an alcohol can be dried with Calcium Chloride

William Noyes said

Beilstein's "handbook of organic chemistry" states that absolute alcohol is prepared on a large scale by the use of calcium chloride, but I have failed to find details anywhere in literature.

The statement is also made that alcohol combines with calcium chloride and that a high temperature is required to expel the remaining alcohol from the compound formed"

Noyes says it's possible at 100 degrees Celsius, disproving this clown's claim that calcium chloride sucks up alcohol.

He's poisoning himself, sure, but luckily nobody else is following his life threatening methods

Anonymous said on Mon, 28 Nov 2022 at 14:24...

Tried my latest IPN brew this AM.....wasn't sure if it would be good, but it was EXCELLENT.....very mild, non acidic, somewhat nondescript odor and crazy fun effects.....with no noticeable side effects.

The proof is in the pudding.....makes sure the alcohol is super fresh, go lower water and higher temps with IPN and you've got a winning popper that doesn't need distilled in order to get fun effects.

EF said on Mon, 28 Nov 2022 at 14:33...

A patent from the guy who makes 23,000 brown bottles a day in PA and has been for 30 years.

The present invention also includes a method of producing the nail polish remover. The method includes charging a vessel with isobutyl alcohol and agitating; adding de-ionized water which is 10% by weight of the isobutyl alcohol; chilling to 10° C.; maintaining a maximum temperature of 10° C.; adding sodium nitrite; slowly adding hydrochloric acid; agitating for ten minutes; allowing to stand for 30 minutes for solution separation; removing the water and salt solution; adding sodium bicarbonate and de-ionized water; agitating for 10 minutes; removing the water and sodium bicarbonate solution; slowly agitating and charging with calcium chloride for 25 minutes; removing the calcium chloride; removing the isobutyl nitrite and weighing; charging the vessel with isobutyl nitrite solution; agitating; charging the vessel with butylized linseed oil and agitating for 5 minutes; removing the solution and placing in airtight containers containing nitrogen bath and activated alumina pellets; and adding silicone.

ClubfootAsswipe said on Mon, 28 Nov 2022 at 14:37...

I haven't tried isobutyl yet, but I did follow Farr's recipe and I came out with some excellent poppers made from rubbing alcohol.

Inflatable Donald said on Mon, 28 Nov 2022 at 17:37...

stuff gets negative PR

yes amigo!.. drain the swamp! that's why i choose newsmax becuase i can think for myself..don't tell me what to think >:-( don't do that.

Anonymous said on Mon, 28 Nov 2022 at 17:56...

My last two brews of IPN are exceedingly potent......without any noticeable side effects like yellow dot, low blood pressure or anything else....just a bit of shaky hand.

Anonymous said on Mon, 28 Nov 2022 at 18:13...

I ain't tell you what to think....I'm telling everyone to make sure they possess all the most pertinent and significant "facts" BEFORE making a decision about virtually anything that matters, such as when whiffing chemicals.

Anonymous said on Mon, 28 Nov 2022 at 18:16...

If someone thinks a few reports of IPN possibly causing some eye problems is enough to draw a conclusion about IPN itself...then I guess that person doesn't care if they possess very many important facts. No human recreational studies have been done on the various poppers and what all their possible negative effects could be and at what dose. An no studies have been done on how all the possible impurities likely to be present in poppers could increase toxicity.

Anonymous said on Mon, 28 Nov 2022 at 18:20...

I can say with 100% assurance that how I have made IPN at home makes a HUGE difference in both bad and good effects.

Too much water and the product is always very toxic.....with bitterness, a yellow dot in the center vision and a plunging blood pressure that won't recover after just a few whiffs.

The Professor said on Mon, 28 Nov 2022 at 18:45...

Your post is a link to bulk, re-bottled, food grade. The kind of stuff you claim is unfit. I looked for USP grade, which you claim is mandatory. Lies just slip out of you like loose turds.

There are several investigations into the effects of nitric oxide (Popeyes are a nitric oxide delivery vehicle), as it was molecule of the year awhile ago.
Evidently you can't NOT lie.

A REACTNT is a substance that is CHANGED during a chemical reaction.

A REAGENT is a substance that is UNCHANGEd during a chemical reaction, but is the medium in which the reaction occurs.

Alcohol can be a reagent or A reactant, in this case it's a reactant.
Acid is a reactant
The powder is a reactant

Distilled water is the reagent; the reaction won't occur without it.

We've gone over this years ago, when you were again on a 'force the reaction' kick, thinking the key was to limit the reagent.

Your own failure back then demonstrated that you were only choking the reaction into a product stuffed with un-reacted alcohol.

I guess you think you can bring up all your old failures now that you have a new audience?

Truth seeker? Bullshit!

Attention seeker? Completely!

Inflatable Donald said on Tue, 29 Nov 2022 at 08:51...

I heard some guy on CB say that the snowflakes wanna put microchips in toilet bowls....why?? to check for early signs of disease by analyzing stuff and alerting a computer called Big Mooma. say what! they will know your bowel movement times and piss frequency. you think this is OK? you are fucking nutsss.

Anonymous said on Tue, 29 Nov 2022 at 18:06...

Everett Farr's Patent from 2007. He makes 23,000 bottles a day in PA.

The present invention also includes a method of producing the nail polish remover. The method includes charging a vessel with isobutyl alcohol and agitating; adding de-ionized water which is 10% by weight of the isobutyl alcohol; chilling to 10° C.; maintaining a maximum temperature of 10° C.; adding sodium nitrite; slowly adding hydrochloric acid; agitating for ten minutes; allowing to stand for 30 minutes for solution separation; removing the water and salt solution; adding sodium bicarbonate and de-ionized water; agitating for 10 minutes; removing the water and sodium bicarbonate solution; slowly agitating and charging with calcium chloride for 25 minutes; removing the calcium chloride; removing the isobutyl nitrite and weighing; charging the vessel with isobutyl nitrite solution; agitating; charging the vessel with butylized linseed oil and agitating for 5 minutes; removing the solution and placing in airtight containers containing nitrogen bath and activated alumina pellets; and adding silicone.
Notice how little water he adds. Hardly any. When making IPN, using a lot less water makes ALL the difference between toxic garbage and blissful fun.

Anyone advocating using lots more water is advocating making toxic crap.

Anonymous said on Tue, 29 Nov 2022 at 18:09...

Anyone posting popper preps on Reddit that involve using lots of reaction water is telling people how to make the most toxic poppers, full of danger and sadness.

Butyl and amyl alcohols ALSO need to be very pure. They will degrade too much with lots of exposure to air. This will change the crude product and make it less fit, and with butyl, more toxic.

Anonymous said on Tue, 29 Nov 2022 at 18:13...

Anyone making butyl or isobutyl nitrite MUST use a known high purity of alcohol and they must use the least amount of water necessary in the reaction. Pure Butyl nitrite should smell like a deordorized lockerroom and leave a banana scent in the bottle once it's dead. If yours doesn't smell like this, it's not pure enough.

Everett Farr, in his patent, states isobutyl nitrite smells fruity and pleasant. If YOURS doesn't smell like this, it's not pure enough!!!

Anony said on Tue, 29 Nov 2022 at 18:46...

Everett Farr, 65, is not the person you might expect when you think of nitrites and queer history. For one thing, he says he’s never tried poppers. For another, he’s straight, married, and has two adult children. He lives in a big home in a ritzy Pennsylvania county and owns a few cars, including a Corvette the same yellow as a bottle of Rush. But he’s not exactly flashy. When he met me at the train station near Philadelphia to drive me over to his plant in the last week of June, he was wearing shorts and sneakers and driving a modest, cluttered blue passenger van. The Corvette was parked inside the factory, covered in a layer of dust.

Farr requested three things in order for me to visit his factory. First, that I didn’t name or photograph any staff who work for him. Second, that I didn’t name his company, despite it being easily searchable in public records. He said that the story could make things difficult for him with insurers and suppliers (not to mention the feds, who he fears might tie him up in costly investigations, shut his trade down, or even prosecute him), so he asked that I refer to his company by its former name: SVT, which used to stand for Superior Video Technology. And third, that I stress as clearly as I can how he labels and sells his products. “As far as I’m concerned, I sell nail polish remover,” he told me repeatedly. That is indeed what is printed on the bottles — whatever else you might call them is your business.

In 2009, Farr registered an official patent for a nail polish remover composed of an alkyl nitrite solvent. He said he came up with the idea — somewhat ironically described in the patent filing as “less odorous” than typical acetone-based removers — after a woman in his factory complained the liquids were always ruining her fancy nails. Given this categorization, Farr and his lawyers argue his manufacturing of alkyl nitrites falls under a Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act exception listed in the 1990 ban. “I’ve been taught that I read the law, I interpreted the law, I comply with the law,” he said. “And that’s really it.”

Farr’s company website also makes no mention of poppers. (He decries other vendors who sell them online under that term as flouting the law and drawing undue attention.) The webpage notes only that the company is a manufacturing and engineering business that specializes in “diverse” fields, from dietary supplements to chain-link fences. “My website tells the truth,” Farr told me. “You just have to know what to read between the lines.”

Such contortions are common for any manufacturer that doesn’t want federal regulators shutting them down. “We sell cleaners, not poppers,” I was told by Brian Bondy, who with his business partner Julian Eterno employs three staff in Austin, Texas, to make a boutique product, Double Scorpio. (These cleaners can sometimes be purchased from fridges in gay bars.)

Farr first began making nitrites in 1991 when he was approached by someone in the adult industry about the possibility of bottling the products in the back of the autobody shop he ran. He then began working on other adult products as he met more people in the industry; one of his inventions allowed men to make molds of their own penises that could be used as dildos.

“As far as I’m concerned, I sell nail polish remover.”

He never expected to be bottling “liquids,” as he sometimes calls them, for three decades. But he can’t seem to quit. The money is good and reliable, and his 29-year-old son will require a full-time carer for the rest of his life. “I decided if I’m going to sell my soul to the devil, I might as well make money doing it,” said Farr.

Very few people outside his immediate circle know about this part of what he does. “My daughter didn’t know when she was in high school, but when she started researching on the internet, she figured it out,” Farr said. “And I’m like, ‘Well, honey, it put you through college!’” With a proud smile, Farr said she now delights in visiting gay friends’ apartments and pointing out the products her dad has made.

Inside the nitrites factory, a one-story warehouse about half the size of a football field in a nondescript industrial area, were rows and rows of industrial shelving, each overflowing with boxes of small bottles. Farr estimated that he gets new container shipments of the empty bottles from China two to three times a year.

A dozen or so workers were on the clock. At one noisy machine, a man placed bottles on a rotating silver tray that funneled them toward metal straws pumping alkyl nitrites from a large plastic drum. Then, the bottles continued to a separate part of the machine that affixes a lid. The factory’s daily output is roughly 23,000 bottles, which are filled with formula made during that same shift.

Amy Lombard for BuzzFeed News
The production line

Between supplies, labor, and insurance, Farr said it costs about $1 to make each 1-ounce bottle. He sells them to distributors for $4.50 each; the distributors then sell them to sex stores and bodegas for about $6. Those stores charge customers around $20. Farr estimates it’s a $40 million retail industry, of which he controls 75% of the market, though there are no trade figures to back up these claims — it’s just a feeling he has based on how long he’s been working in the adult industry.

One of the employees told me he first began working for Farr years ago, making dildos. Nearby, Farr’s sister-in-law was sitting at a table next to a radio playing classic rock as she popped silica balls into empty bottles. This helps ensure no water will spoil the product. “This is what I do,” she explained matter-of-factly. “If I’m not interrupted, I could do 18 to 21 cases a day. I was lucky if I got through seven when I first started.” At another station nearby, two men packed boxes of sex toy cleaner.

Over by the labeling area, rolls of brightly colored stickers sat on the shelves. In the 1990s, Farr licensed the Rush brands from Miller’s Great Lakes. He still makes those products, along with several other brands. Pac-West Distributing also makes Rush products, and it takes a careful eye to distinguish the two versions. (Trent Taylor, who now owns Pac-West and is suing Farr’s business, did not respond to multiple requests for comment. His attorneys finally told me in an email that it was not appropriate for any of the parties to comment on the pending litigation.)

Despite the different branding, Farr said the recipes are essentially the same across every bottle — even those made by his competitors. “The one thing that everybody has to realize in the end, and I hate to break the news to them,” said Farr, “but every single bottle is exactly the same thing. And it’s been that way since time and eternity.”

“If I’m going to sell my soul to the devil, I might as well make money doing it.”

A roll of Super Rush packaging was loaded into a Marburg machine — Farr still uses the same type that Freezer did in the ’70s. A parade of bottles entered on a conveyor belt and emerged on the other side covered with lightning bolt labels, then slid off and landed in a box. Farr said the sound of each one clinking into the pile makes him think of another dollar earned.

Nearby sat a middle-aged white man with a long beard. He said he began working for Farr almost 27 years ago after getting laid off from a job driving a tractor trailer. Does he know what he’s been bottling all this time? “I’m going to plead the fifth on that one. That’s what I’m going to do,” he replied.

“This has been out there since I was in school,” he said after some prodding. “I don’t tell people what I do. I just say it’s a cleaning product. I don’t get into it with people. Once I tell people it’s an industrial cleaning product, it stops right there. I don’t tell nobody nothing.”

Farr mentioned another employee who he says got out of rehab years ago and struggled to find a job until his dad called up and asked if his son could work for Farr. He’s now the main sales rep for Farr’s dildo company. “His father told me five years later I made a man out of him. I put him through Everett bootcamp,” Farr said. “I know it sounds corny. I
Go ahead:

The Professor said on Tue, 29 Nov 2022 at 19:35...

I'm impressed that you've read this far. These threads typically end up pages long and betweenmyself and Ken (and his many alternate screen names).

If you are new here, Ken has been down this route before, sand many others, which wall end in failure and accusations.

The minimize water thing is just a repeat from 4 years ago; he no longer tries to make anything good here, it's all just lies, taunts and time eating posts (a bit could do better).

Posting old interviews with Farr as of he's this guy's idol, when only weeks ago he considered the guy a charlatan and called him 'the outfit in PA that Hawks sub-standard junk'

The Professor said on Tue, 29 Nov 2022 at 19:50...

Inflatable Donald,
I think the way to beat that is to do what Ken does; dump the toxic waste from your powers prep into the commercial waste water through your toilet.

Sure, it will poison your neighbors, but you'll beat the chips.

For real, I saw it on OAN !

Inflatable Donald said on Thu, 1 Dec 2022 at 13:58...

OK, yup OAN... I prefer NewsMax, they show yo truly awesome herbal products that help me sleep, wake up refreshed, and face my MAGA day. I feel refreshed, my mind is rested, and I never wear pajamas. I encourage yo to grasp life, walk yo dog in a park, bend down and scoop up his fecal deposits, WITHOUT pain...again thanks to a herbal subscription I found on NM.

Wishing to all: Happy Holidays!


Anonymous said on Sun, 4 Dec 2022 at 13:49...

Too bad the Professor pretends to have a Ph.D after his name such is the level of his arrogance.

popperass said on Sun, 4 Dec 2022 at 13:51...

Oh yes....The Professor is a genuine popper elitist.

The Professor said on Sun, 4 Dec 2022 at 18:37...

I get your constant need for attention, but you've shot yourself in the foot with this parade of made up screen names, that we all know is you, doing nothing but spew hatred and personal attacks and trying to waste more of my time.

Nothing you say in ridicule of me has any relevance to making poppers, and the 'gems' of advice you give on making proves you don't understand how to.

Is it really worth destroying your credibility to just say a few more completely wrong, practically incoherent insults?

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