yo Daddy. Of course a catering shop might think you're planning on inhaling it,...but really, if you think about it, where else would someone plan to "walk around the playa fizzin' whip cream all over anybody"?
..just sayin' that copious amounts of whip cream don't necessarily mean you're breathin' it? If you went to 5 catering shops I bet you'd get one to believe you...
Blech on a combination of playa dust and whipped cream, anyway. LOL
Like many of us, I've had nitrous "both ways." LOL Perhaps I had a generous dentist, but I'll have to say that the best "high" I ever had was in the dentist's chair. Was referred by a friend to a dentist who had no qualms about using nitrous.
Having never experienced it and having had lots of fairly major dental work without even novocaine, I was more than willing to try it!
Like who in the hell gives a shit about what the dentist is going to do, how many shots of novocaine he's going to give, and what he's going to drill/pull? Everything is "just cool" and all YOUR jokes are funny as hell.
I was later married to a guy who, among other things, did catering, and turned me on to the joys of whippets and whipped cream dispensers.
Well, a couple of times with that and I decided there was absolutely no way to reach that "place" you get with a dentist who knows how to give nitrous -- particularly one like mine, where he'd turn it on and leave me sitting for a half hour or more
-- and even listen to me when I'd say, "Can you turn that up, Doc?"
To me, spending the bucks for whippets (and you should buy the dispenser) is a very minimal return on your dollar.
In short, to me it's not worth it to chase a short nitrous-only high, though I know I can do it through a restaurant supply.
Sigh . . .