Get Wired

Get Wired is one of many designer drugs developed by Orange County pharmacologist Sandy Chapman, and like most of his output, it is a colourless liquid that is taken by dropping directly into the eye.

A potent stimulant that is a great party drug, but probably not so good in any other context, Get Wired isn’t the most popular of Chapman’s output, but it’s probably the most fun.

Related Drugs: Apprehension of Beauty, Buzz, California Mello, Funnybone, Pattern Perception, Rhinoceros & Verbality

California Mello

California Mello is one of many designer drugs developed by Orange County pharmacologist Sandy Chapman, and like most of his output, it is a colourless liquid that is taken by dropping directly into the eye.

As the name suggests, it provokes a feeling of mellowness in the user, akin to being mildly intoxicated. It is most often used in combination with other drugs.

Related Drugs: Apprehension of Beauty, Buzz, Funnybone, Get Wired, Pattern Perception, Rhinoceros & Verbality

Rhinoceros

The pharmacometrics of the mid-twenty-first century are sufficiently advanced that the production of what has often been seen as more the domain of magic than science is now possible: Rhinoceros is the world’s first fully working aphordisiac.

Why Rhinoceros? Becuase traditionally, it was believed that the horn of an actual Rhinoceros was an aphrodisiac – which is why these majestic beasts were hunted to extinction.

The drug Rhinoceros was a binary drug – taken in two parts that combine in the digestive system of the user.

Related Drugs: Apprehension of Beauty, Buzz, California Mello, Funnybone, Get Wired, Pattern Perception & Verbality

Buzz

Buzz is one of many designer drugs developed by Orange County pharmacologist Sandy Chapman, and like most of his output, it is a colourless liquid that is taken by dropping directly into the eye.

Buzz is a low grade stimulant, enough to keep you pleasantly energetic, but not enough to induce teeth grinding, paranoia or other such symptoms.

Related Drugs: Apprehension of Beauty, California Mello, Funnybone, Get Wired, Pattern Perception, Rhinoceros & Verbality

Funnybone

Funnybone is one of many designer drugs developed by Orange County pharmacologist Sandy Chapman, and like most of his output, it is a colourless liquid that is taken by dropping directly into the eye.

Funnybone is a euphoric intoxicant, a drug that makes you laugh at almost anything.

Related Drugs: Apprehension of Beauty, Buzz, California Mello, Get Wired, Pattern Perception, Rhinoceros & Verbality

Pattern Perception

Pattern Perception is one of many designer drugs developed by Orange County pharmacologist Sandy Chapman, and like most of his output, it is a colourless liquid that is taken by dropping directly into the eye.

Pattern Perception is a drug that immensely hikes up the user’s spatial perception. Although there are minor visual distortions – mostly contrail-like effects trailing after moving objects – for the most part, it makes it easier to perceive and move through three dimensional space. It’s particularly good for playing fast moving sports or games like pool.

Related Drugs: Apprehension of Beauty, Buzz, California Mello, Funnybone, Get Wired, Rhinoceros & Verbality

Apprehension of Beauty

Apprehension of Beauty is one of many designer drugs developed by Orange County pharmacologist Sandy Chapman, and like most of his output, it is a colourless liquid that is taken by dropping directly into the eye.

A very, very distracting drug, Apprehension of Beauty is a minor hallucinogen that does not cause visual distortions, but does cause the user to pay more attention to, well, everything. As such, they tend to wander about looking like slack-jawed yokels in the big city for the first time.

Related Drugs: Buzz, California Mello, Funnybone, Get Wired, Pattern Perception, Rhinoceros & Verbality

Verbality

Verbality is one of many designer drugs developed by Orange County pharmacologist Sandy Chapman, and like most of his output, it is a colourless liquid that is taken by dropping directly into the eye.

The particular effect of Verbality is a fascination with words – their meanings, origins, sounds and so on. As such, it was dismissed by Chapman, who did not see any commercial possibilities in it – he was primarily a creator and supplier of party drugs, and a drug that his friends derisively called Verbosity did not fit his portfolio. It is a shame for Chapman that he did not see the wider possibilities – Verbality would likely have been a great hit on any university campus with strong Literature, Linguistics, Languages or Semantics faculties.

Related Drugs: Apprehension of Beauty, Buzz, California Mello, Funnybone, Get Wired, Pattern Perception & Rhinoceros