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Rob White
18-04-2015, 08:32 PM
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Each to their own :D

http://www.fridgehub.com/News/man-collapsed-in-car-claims-sniffing-refrigerant-helps-his-driving-skills?utm_source=Fridgehub+Newsletter&utm_campaign=b528420e53-What_s_trending_on_Fridgehub_this_week4_17_2015&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_2192fe9c21-b528420e53-60929517

Rob

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hookster
18-04-2015, 09:05 PM
That is why us fridge guys are never "stressed out, depressed, or tired" :p

chilliwilly
18-04-2015, 11:19 PM
In the days when dumpys were re filled back in the yard from a larger cylinder, I remember being crouched down bleeding off 10 dumpys before filling with liquid. It wasn't until I actually stood up and took a breath where I passed out myself.

Since then I have to have 3 shots, and sometimes a cortizone injection on top to pack out my gum whenever I have a filling done at the dentist, and they wouldn't give me any more local when I had a mole removed from my leg because they give me the maximum amount allowable. Maybe its to do with the development of refrigerants from anaesthetics, the effect from the long term exposure during the eighties might have made me almost immune?