This video Rens Polman inhales the yellow, smelly and burning liquid Popper (Amyl Nitrite) while he jerks off. Because of this combination he is experiencing an intense feeling.
Are you about to use Poppers? Keep the following things in mind:
- Don’t use poppers when you have low blood pressure, if your are prone to fainting or if you have heart problems.
- Make sure you can sit or lie down when using poppers. And don’t hold anything in your hands. A cigarette is especially dangerous, because poppers are highly flammable.
- Be careful when you inhale it. Avoid contact met your skin, nasal mucosa or eyes.
- Don’t combine it with other drugs and especially not with Viagra.
It’s hard to name a precise dose, because it is a volatile substance.
One good inhalation from the bottle or handkerchief will make you feel the effect already. It starts working after 10 seconds and lasts 1 or 2 minutes.
- Headache or dizziness
- Loss of consciousness, possible fainting
- Irritation of the skin (when the liquid comes in contact with skin)
- Poppers are highly flammable
- Brain damage
- (psychological) dependence.
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Rens Polman: https://www.instagram.com/renspolman
Nellie Benner: https://www.instagram.com/nelliebenner
Bastiaan Rosman: https://www.instagram.com/bashiaanrosman
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this channel is so much better than PsychedSubstance. that douche bag attacked your guys' channel for literally nothing that he isn't guilty of, himself. he also seems to think suicide is just a fucking joke. what a fucking faggot (pardon my language), am i right?
i believe they make these episodes to scare kids with normal intelligence away from drugs cuzz this is what idiots are supposed to look like (probably this program is invented by drug dealers and illuminati or something for that purpose; not that I do or don't think theyre stupid tho...just rens in this episode proves he has qualities). Anyways...why don't they make an episode where Nellie does this to herself, also in the name of "science" lol. Those tv producers are mean sns of btches lol. Probably they got the idea to let Rens do this just to make every viewer disgusted of him. Anyway...I guess we need to respect everyone else...so ok alright lol!
I used to love poppers I would use them Every time I had sex but I also have a heart condition so one time after sex I had a heart attack...thank God I survived but I was rushed to the hospital and had to have surgery bcuz I had blockages in my arteries so bcareful when using poppers especially if u have any kind of heart condition...ofcorse I don't use them nomore and I do miss it but my life is more important!!!
I’ve done poppers on extacy while drinking beers one night. Then the next day I did cocaine with my friends and sniffed poppers all night and smoked weed. Later someone pulled out ketamine, which knocked me out. Then the third day I mixed coke and ketamine, still sniffing poppers, and gave me super strength. I jumped fences and climbed buildings with my buddy all night it was pretty romantic. I did feel moody/grimy the next day when I went home after 3 days of partying at a university campus lol. I had almost no food those three days but definitely drank a lot of water. Be safe for those curious of mixing. 💜🖖🏻🌸
I used to like the rush of poppers when I first tried them, but they weren't amyl nitrite, they were butyl nitrate, and cyclohexyl nitrite. Then after frequently sniffing them, I got sick of my head feeling hot, and hearing my heart beat in my ears, and also the headaches they gave me.
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