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[NSFW] If a cocktail of potentially noxious chemicals produced sexual satisfaction that was off the scale, would you become addicted to it?

Asked by Hypocrisy_Central (21749 points ) 2 months ago

Disclaimer This is a hypothetical question so please answer as such. If you have any leanings on how safe or unsafe it is that would be fine. If you can’t imagine a mind-numbing orgasm or you think you have already with who you are with, just imagine that intensified 5 times, then answer.

Let’s say somehow you ingested a concoction made with 94% orange, apple and pear juice with 6% being composed of Ethyl ({2—[bis(propan-2-yl)amino]ethyl}sulfanyl)(methyl)phosphinate 1mg (The agent for VX gas), Semustine, Melphalan, and Thiotepa, and it gave you a toe-curling, quake like Jell-O, gasping like a fish, mind blowing orgasm, even when you were not having sex, but if you were having sex the orgasm would be near heart attack intense. If you got that effect from a concoction like that, would you become addicted even knowing what is in it, or would it be enough for you to bypass revisiting the greatest most stupendous orgasms of your life?

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El_Cadejo's avatar

I always consider the possible side effects of any substance before using it. If there are too many negatives, it doesn’t matter how great the positives are, I won’t touch it. Hell, I’m sure I’d have a ball on cocaine, but there are just too many bad things about it that stop me from ever trying it. The orgasm drug would be no different.

flutherother's avatar

Thank Heaven! The crisis,
The danger, is past,
And the lingering illness
Is over at last -
And the fever called “living”
Is conquered at last.

Edgar Allan Poe

Coloma's avatar

Haha…no. I’m in men-o-pause, it’s fucking great to be liberated from hormones. Been there, done that, oooh, about 7,000 times. Now I just want the cocktail of sweet laziness. lol

Buttonstc's avatar

There already are drugs which reportedly do that (Meth, for one) and I haven’t even been slightly tempted to indulge since the consequences far outweigh anything else.

So, the answer for your concoction would be a firm “NO”.

shadowboxer's avatar

I believe the question has more to do with addiction than anything else. There are so many things someone can get addicted to already that throwing one more into the pot really doesn’t make a difference. Anything that hinders a person from being a responsible adult or student should be looked at as a problem.

Hypocrisy_Central's avatar

@Coloma Haha…no. I’m in men-o-pause, it’s fucking great to be liberated from hormones.
I have known women to hit the ”big M” and still have a libido and still can have an orgasm. The question is not that you are looking for it and know the cocktail will bring it, it is if it happened unaware to you, and it caused you to have the greatest, most spine tingling orgasm of your life (think the BEST orgasm you ever had and times it by 10), you would just say ”Eh, that was OK, where’s my coffee”?

@shadowboxer I believe the question has more to do with addiction than anything else.
Yes, it is more than chasing sex. I know people who avoid certain addictions, but those are choices after things they have control to start or not. Everyone at least most, have experienced and orgasm at some point in their life; and more than half find it very pleasurable. So, if they, without knowing it would happen, ingested something that could be toxic, but delivered the best dang, knee-slapping, toe curling orgasm they ever had would the danger be enough to warn them off or keep them away from it? For less pleasure people dabble in dangerous stuff.

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