Ketamine severely reduces chances of pulling at festivals

A recent study carried out by medical students at Manchester University has proven that class-B drug, Ketamine, severely reduces chances of pulling at festivals. For those who aren’t aware of the substance, “Ketamine (often nicknamed Donkey Dust, Special K or Wonk) stops the feeling of pain and it’s used for operations on humans and animals”. 

Medical Student, Ryan Wilmslow, goes on to state that “(Ketamine) reduces sensations in the body, giving you a floating or detached feeling as if the mind and body have been separated, with some people feeling incapable of speaking. This has been linked to having really poor chat with the girls and has often led to people being ‘unable to pull’ successfully”.

For those heading to popular music festivals this summer with the hope of getting lucky, avoid taking Ketamine. Although Sports Ed Student, Jason Arbinger say “Sex is really great after a bump of two of wonk”.

Ketamine severely reduces chances of pulling at festivals
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