Orange G Spots or G Ladies and their Reagent test results (above). If they are anything like Blue G Spots, which have been prominent in the New York area of late, then we know for a fact that it is a mistake to pass on these bombs. Let’s take a look at the test and trip report submitted to www.pillreports.com by mia305king, in what really is a superb case of pill reporting:
|Date Submitted:||July 20, 2010, 3:16 am GMT|
|Last Updated:||July 20, 2010, 9:20 am GMT|
|Report Quality Rating:||(5 stars, 1 vote)|
Please see the user report for further test results –
|User Report:||Mod message :- Not consumed but I needed to edit this box to show further test results. Bear
TEST RESULTS :
The only part of the report we take issue with is mia305king’s color classification. We disagree with the pictured result on the Marquis, and would call the reaction black before we called it purple. Aside from that, great report! As for our own, we were lucky enough to try Blue G Spots ourselves recently. In my opinion, they were the best bombs I’ve had in a long time–and maybe the biggest. We certainly hope that we can make the assumption in this case that Orange and Blue G Spots are related, an assumption bolstered by the good test results we’ve seen on both hits.
Farbeit from me to belittle the “mighty” Pokeball brand of Ecstasy, but I’ve had a lot of hits in my time that have been adulterated with caffeine. I can’t see how the East Coast’s top pill, considering its size, and our own trip findings, can be less of a bomb than any Pokeball that’s 16.7 % caffeine and about 290 mgs compared to the almost 400 mg G Spot.