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Related to poppers: amyl nitrite, amyl nitrate

poppers

Drug slang A regional street term for amyl nitrate or isobutyl nitrite
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Croix Tidemaster 8-foot 1740 pound rod will work for poppers up to 3 ounces.
The Department of Health will now investigate if a ban on poppers will harm the gay community and decide by July whether to "unban" them.
This was a position that Popper also arrived at later in life, however, was cautious in publishing such ideas given his reluctance to promote speculative metaphysics.
The best stovetop poppers will have a way for the popper to get rid of the steam and, most importantly, will have a flexible stirring mechanism to keep the popcorn from burning--coating it with oil to bring out its rich flavor.
He said: "We're not being party poopers, but these poppers include warnings to keep away from your eyes and to use only under close adult supervision.
The Poppers get all the girls - he'll be even more of a babe magnet," said one pupil.
The boys, all 14, were caught sniffing a bottle of amyl nitrate - known as poppers or the love drug - last week.
When the Poppers first suggested this idea, many feared they wanted to kick people off this land.
If you are a tyer, the key to making poppers that cast well is to build in bulk without too much weight.
A man suffered sudden, irreversible central loss of vision after taking euphoria-causing poppers for the first time, a British Medical Journal (BMJ) Case Reports study notes.
Up to now, 67-year-old John Addy from Netherton has kept a low profile about the fact he manufactures two million bottles of the recreational drug poppers - making him the number one manufacturer in the UK.