That's interesting. Teens will sniff, snort, swallow or smoke just about anything. Now they are smoking Sage (Salvia) which is an herb that produces hallucinations similar to LSD, but only lasting about 45 minutes. It is very easy to acquire. Also, they are selling their Adderal and Ritalin at school. Gotta stay one step ahead of them!!
Whippits are/where (I assume they are still readily available) the mini CO2 canisters that they used to sell for culinary endeavors. You'd buy a box of them, then go to your local 'Head' shop and pick up a carburetor (what we called it) to help deliver said 'Whippit'. They would expand the heck out of your lung capacity and give an intense buzz that lasted for about 10-20 minutes depending on the strength of the carb and the capacity of your lungs.
Yep, I was absolutely brilliant as a teenager. I used to love to do whippits and while noshing on a pickled watermelon that had been plugged with 151 and had 'soaked' for at least a few hours. Yep, flippin' brilliant.... (insert head shake here)
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