Oct 31

From a FEMALE perspective!!

So guys - AND gals! I always wondered if I had female readers and after receiving this email the answer is yes! Read on!
-Popperdude

First off, I’m a bi female, but have mostly been involved with women. I heard about poppers and bought a bottle at an adult bookstore. My first try, the feeling was just too intense, the head rush, my heart pounding, I didn’t like it at all. So I tossed the bottle into a drawer and maybe a week later when I was playing with myself, I got it out again.  This time I inhaled and felt the body rush settle into my clit and open me up and I felt so deliciously horny, like I wanted to fuck and be fucked by the whole earth. I totally “got” it and it has been a favorite pleasure ever since. When I’m really high I see a red poppy in my vision and the dark center is my ass getting fucked, and I especially love falling into that poppy when I’m taking my favorite playmate’s thick black cock deep in my asshole. I become such a cock slut on poppers. I get on Craig’s List and put out an invite. Being female has its benefits... 
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Oct 16

Reader shares his first time – #1

My first experience was at a 'dirty' bookstore (York Book) in downtown New Haven, Connecticut back in 1981. That's when poppers were room-spinning good!!!! I bought a bottle and went into a dark booth. As soon as I got the bottle opened, a big beautiful cock appeared through the glory hole. I took one deep hit, wrapped my lips around that big piece of meat and went into a deep trance of poppers and cock. I passed him the bottle through the glory hole and he exploded in my mouth. From that point on, I was hooked. For over 30 years I have enjoyed the benefits of getting off with poppers. And with the onset of cam bating via ooVoo and Bateworld.com vidchat (and Skype to a lesser degree), my experiences with like-minded popper huffers has been nothing but superlative. In my mind, there is no sex better than all-male group cam popperbating. NOTHING better! 

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Oct 13

How was your first time??

I want to hear about your first time with poppers-how you got introduced to them and your first experiences with them. You can be as graphic as you want! Also indicate if you are straight, gay, or bi. Email them to me @ popperdude@poppersplace.com. All submitters' names and email addresses will be kept strictly confidential of course.

Start sending those stories in!!

Popperdude
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Sep 03

Popper Chat Summary

Here's a summary of the popper chat on Aug. 6th. I think I'll plan one for next weekend since we got a lot out of the impromptu chat!

Popperdude

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While topics came and went like a good popper rush, the first Popper Chat did manage to cover some substantive ground...

The subject of formulations was discussed.  Regardless of what is listed on the labels, it is difficult to know what is really in the bottle these days.  There are limited primary ingredients, so a lot of brands are just the same formulas with different labels.   Labels are widely copied as well, so even the quality of a given brand can vary by supplier.

Amyl -  Considered the best type, but this may be more hype and nostalgia since it is so hard to find.  Effects are pretty similar to Butyl, but it degrades faster.  Best quality is in ampules that you break open, but these are only available by prescription.

Butyl/Isobutyl - Most common formula in the US.  Similar effects to amyl, and more stable than the others, so best for bottling.  More ph neutral than isopropyl.

Isopropyl - Most common ingredient in Europe due to tighter restrictions.  Degrades faster than the others and is harder to keep fresh.  Also burns more than butyl.

Cyclohexyl - Considered the worst of the bunch.

The subject of brand preferences was touched on.  Several chatters mentioned the English brand as a good one.  However, there are so many rip-off labels that it is hard to tell where it actually came from.    Suppliers with good reputations include USPopshop.com, 4poppers.com, and jenray.com.

There was also some discussion of Ethyl Chloride sprays.  Ethyl Chloride is actually used as a topical anesthetic for sport injuries, but is spayed into a rag and breathed.  There was a general consensus that the effects of poppers are better.  There is also the concern of irreversible side affects from their use.  Also, if you breathe it in too fast, you can actually freeze tissues.

Popper storage was also discussed.  Interestingly, putting poppers in the freezer may actually be counter-productive.  Some "power pellets" may reach their dew point at the colder temperatures and begin to release their moisture rather than absorbing it.  Also, never open a bottle until it returns to room temps.  Opening a cold bottle will cause condensation to collect and cause degradation.  Storing in the fridge is ok, but probably doesn't make much difference.  The best way to have fresh poppers is to avoid the large bottles.

The breathing of poppers through the mouth was frowned on.  The nose is rich in blood vessels that gets to the brain faster than the mouth anyway.  Also, breathing through the mouth can burn mucus membranes and is probably not good for the lungs.
Posted in 4poppers, amyl nitrite, butyl nitrite, chat, conterfeit poppers, cyclohexyl nitrite, jenray, popper chat, UKpoppers, uspopshop | 11 Comments
Sep 02

Popper Chat Summary

Here's a summary of the popper chat on Aug. 6th. I think I'll plan one for next weekend since we got a lot out of the impromptu chat!

Popperdude

______________________________


While topics came and went like a good popper rush, the first Popper Chat did manage to cover some substantive ground...

The subject of formulations was discussed.  Regardless of what is listed on the labels, it is difficult to know what is really in the bottle these days.  There are limited primary ingredients, so a lot of brands are just the same formulas with different labels.   Labels are widely copied as well, so even the quality of a given brand can vary by supplier.

Amyl -  Considered the best type, but this may be more hype and nostalgia since it is so hard to find.  Effects are pretty similar to Butyl, but it degrades faster.  Best quality is in ampules that you break open, but these are only available by prescription.

Butyl/Isobutyl - Most common formula in the US.  Similar effects to amyl, and more stable than the others, so best for bottling.  More ph neutral than isopropyl.

Isopropyl - Most common ingredient in Europe due to tighter restrictions.  Degrades faster than the others and is harder to keep fresh.  Also burns more than butyl.

Cyclohexyl - Considered the worst of the bunch.

The subject of brand preferences was touched on.  Several chatters mentioned the English brand as a good one.  However, there are so many rip-off labels that it is hard to tell where it actually came from.    Suppliers with good reputations include USPopshop.com, 4poppers.com, and jenray.com.

There was also some discussion of Ethyl Chloride sprays.  Ethyl Chloride is actually used as a topical anesthetic for sport injuries, but is spayed into a rag and breathed.  There was a general consensus that the effects of poppers are better.  There is also the concern of irreversible side affects from their use.  Also, if you breathe it in too fast, you can actually freeze tissues.

Popper storage was also discussed.  Interestingly, putting poppers in the freezer may actually be counter-productive.  Some "power pellets" may reach their dew point at the colder temperatures and begin to release their moisture rather than absorbing it.  Also, never open a bottle until it returns to room temps.  Opening a cold bottle will cause condensation to collect and cause degradation.  Storing in the fridge is ok, but probably doesn't make much difference.  The best way to have fresh poppers is to avoid the large bottles.

The breathing of poppers through the mouth was frowned on.  The nose is rich in blood vessels that gets to the brain faster than the mouth anyway.  Also, breathing through the mouth can burn mucus membranes and is probably not good for the lungs.
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Aug 06

Chat Was a Success!

The impromptu popper Q&A chat held this past Sunday was a success! Granted there were only a handful of readers in attendance, but it still went well. Topics covered included favorite popper brands, UK vs. US poppers, various UK and US retailers, storage of poppers, use of poppers, as well as some feedback from the readers for the site.

We had a fun and informative time! I plan on holding more popper Q&A chats in the future and I'll be sure to schedule them further in advance.

Hope you all can make it next time!

Popperdude
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Aug 06

Chat Was a Success!

The impromptu popper Q&A; chat held this past Sunday was a success! Granted there were only a handful of readers in attendance, but it still went well. Topics covered included favorite popper brands, UK vs. US poppers, various UK and US retailers, storage of poppers, use of poppers, as well as some feedback from the readers for the site.

We had a fun and informative time! I plan on holding more popper Q&A; chats in the future and I'll be sure to schedule them further in advance.

Hope you all can make it next time!

Popperdude
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Aug 05

Storing Poppers: Does "Where" Matter??

The age-old question of "where should you store your poppers?" is usually answered by an age-old myth: in the freezer. Yes, it's a myth. Storing your poppers in a cool, dry place is best but if you think freezing them will help preserve their degradation it really doesn’t.

Why?

Well, because. Poppers begin to degrade the moment they are exposed to the air - meaning when the cap comes off the countdown begins.

Well, how can I best preserve my poppers?

KEEP THE CAP ON. Yes it's that simple. Poppers evaporate very quickly and oxygen aids in the degradation of the quality and strength of the poppers. So, when you use them - use them - and then put the cap back on. Then when storing them, store then in a cool, dry place - which I guess could be a fridge or freezer - but beyond decreasing their temp by 3 degrees the fridge or freezer is no better than a kitchen cupboard.

Confused? I hope not. If so, leave a NICE comment and I'll try to explain it "better" if that's possible.

Be safe and have fun!

Popperdude
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Aug 05

Impromptu Popper Chat Q&A in 30 mins!

I know it's short notice but I received 7 "yes" votes for a popper Q&A chat today at 4pm CST. I think the free version of the chat app embedded in the blog on the CHAT page only allows up to 10 people at a time so I think this will serve as a good test for future Q&A chats.

The main purpose of the chat is to answer questions you may have about poppers, retailers, ingredients, etc., and I will do my best to try and accurately answer them. This is not a popperbating session, however questions about use during sex will be accepted.

If the chat gets bombarded with people only there to start drama I will either ban the person(s) or end the chat entirely. Same goes for spam, etc.

I plan on holding the chat for about an hour so feel free to stop in. If you are unable to login to the chat it means we are at capacity.

Thanks! Let's see how this goes!

Popperdude

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