gayperry – US Domestic RC Vendor (Good Times For A Change; Mini Shop Review & Discussion)

A night out at the HOMO’s.

I met gayperry in a bar in Jamestown, Kentucky. HOMO. Not quite the place you would find me on an average Monday, but as everyone knows, once you started binge drinking while still being at work because the weekend is just too short, you need to accept your talent and make the most out of it. At HOMO’s, they serve you beer at room temperature. It’s still beer. Also, Spencer Monks’ Reserve Quadrupel Ale is a brand from Belgium. That thing wouldn’t taste anything like beer at any temperature anyway.

In hindsight, I couldn’t say if it was for the two Quadrupels or that one pill the barman had offered me in exchange for a bar review, but I swear when they played the Smiths’ Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want, I felt like I was IN the song. Like Morrissey sat next to me and sang this plea, of course in the distinctive laconic way he is known for, just for me. I felt this nervous yet dreamy guitar play filling me with joy and warmth, and the bar turned into a chapel built out of nothing but love, hope, and humbleness.

Didn’t we all wish at some point in our lives there was a gayperry to join in, shaking his head to the tune, and sing with us?

Good times for a change
See, the life I’ve had
Can make a good man
Turn bad

So please, please, please
Let me get what I want
Lord knows it would be the first time

Haven’t had a dream in a long time
See, the life I’ve had
Can make a good man bad

So for once in my life
Let me get what I want
Lord knows, it would be the last time
Lord knows, it would be the first time

(The Smiths (Johnny Marr, MORRISSEY) – Deftones’ interpretation)


Imagine, we could meet in dreamland, a fantasy place without angst, nightmares, and rent to pay. Would you accompany Perry and me on our trip heading towards the next mental hospital, if you only knew it was the final escape, that one sunset you had been waiting for all the time, and if we promised you to never ever have to look back and worry?

So for once in my life
Let me get what I want
Lord knows, it would be the last time
Lord knows, it would be the first time

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L’art pour l’art

If you really believe it, then it’s not a lie—the best advice I was ever given. Watching Seinfeld changed everything. While you would use the internet to order drugs, find some jerk on steroids for a one-night-stand, or mess with my Trustpilot account, my first thought was: THIS IS AMERICA! I am directly connected to somebody living 2,000 miles far away who tapes Seinfeld and shares the episodes via BitTorrent. I watched them over and over again. At first, I didn’t understand a word, but my English improved. In January 2021, I finally met gayperry, who happens to speak English.

Is Perry real? Am I out of my mind? Or could it be you to be cuckoo? Do you believe anything you see here? Do you think you could order drugs online and have them delivered to your doorstep like it was Pizza? And what’s that thing you think you would pay with – Bitcoins? What’s that even supposed to be? Bitcoins… that’s a hooker’s name!

Don’t be silly. Or, if you feel like it, be stupid: Ask yourself if Perry was a scammer. Or a DEA agent? Or RCLeon, having escaped from a Chinese prison. Would Perry maybe offer anything like Angel Dust, which you, of course, desperately need and will immediately try to order once I added a link to some Paste that I created yesterday, between 19:30 and 19:40?

Does Perry know someone would mention him on the by far most popular place discussing research chemical vendors in North America (close trailing to dopek and soon to become the number one in the world)? He might find out 😉

No donation action, no backup checks action. You started it. You stopped donating. You started the lies. You couldn’t cope with the fact that someone would do something out of sheer interest, even though he had not even money enough to pay for web hosting. Fuck you. Send that scammer all the money you have. I don’t care.

Good times for a change, don’t ya think?

Find gayperry US Domestic Vendor of Research Chemicals:
Shop Description & Links

Deftones cover of The Smiths’ Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want (2005 Remaster).

Camillo “Chino” Wong Moreno, Stephen “Stef” Carpenter, Chi Ling Dai Cheng, Abraham “Abe” Cunningham, and Frank Delgado went to school in Sacramento, California, were into skateboarding, formed a band, and, yada yada yada, released a 2-CD with b-sides and rarities including this cover version that is arranged and played with so much love and passion, you almost forget it’s a plea to please please please let me die. The irony is, that song is so beautifully done, it makes me forget that I never ever wanted to live.
Deftones – Pink Maggit (Squarepusher Remix, 2020)

Dedicated to Mr Sellkies’ dear friend Aaron N. – R.I.P.


02/15/2021: Vendor Perry is verified

Review: I received my package 3 days earlier than expected from GayPerry and it looks fine. I’ll give it a reagent test in the next few days once it shows up. Just to confirm there is no fentanyl. It seems legit so far though. -R.

02/16/2021: Perry tested out great

The DPT tested out great. No contaminations. Just placed another order for 2-FMA that’ll be sent out tomorrow. I am impressed with this vendor and am interested in seeing how their inventory changed and progresses. I’m interested in the 4-MeO-DMT but there isn’t much literature about it. -R.

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16 thoughts on “gayperry – US Domestic RC Vendor (Good Times For A Change; Mini Shop Review & Discussion)

  1. order was last night shipped from one of his employees and will update upon arrival. how has the clearnet become more reliable than the darknet?

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  2. He said he may discontinue it though, for reasons having to do ‘with science’. I think someone else said that, too. Maybe Kino. Would certainly like them to explain what those reasons are. It’s the only thing available these days that interests me & I don’t have a lifetimes supply of already. 2Fdck disappeared. The last I found was garbage & apparently China isn’t making it anymore. I would have expected flourobromazolam or other things with a longer half-life would be more problematic.


  3. After testing gayperry’s clonazolam I have to say it was some quality materiel. I know he recently posted on Pastebin the he was having quality issues, but my testing revealed nothing but quality materiel. Gayperry seems like a legit quality vendor. He almost always rapidly responds to correspondence. the clonazolam sent tested above par and was significant quality.


    1. I remember him saying something like horribly cut shit. If you are okay with that quality level, then you are my key witness that the average US vendor is a bunk batch sender in love with cutting agents.

      The material comes from one of the big labs. They seem to struggle with certain compounds this year.

      Regarding Clonazolam, however, I guess they decided to offer a weaker mix since that compound was repeatedly associated with hospitalizations. The horror report about that methyl piperazine opiate shit that psychopaths are selling to children also mentioned Clonazolam:

      Clonazolam is like a “short high party benzo” with a terrible comedown. I don’t understand why this substance is still a thing. I tried two samples, and both were unbearable. It’s a shit substance.


      1. Hey, it’s great for sleep & doesn’t leave me with a huge hangover the next day. A cup of coffee in the morning & I’m ready to take on the world. These other ones I felt a hangover from most of the next day. Short is good.
        Of course, if you take it for a buzz, that is a problem all in itself.


  4. Legit as can be. Cross mi heart the dude’s love to man kind amidst cactus jacks tumble weed or lanterns, none of that spooky ish, just the asked for and the gottenks, all with 0 folly, professional as this wii can be, my golden standard since golden’s 4f-mph… see, i can’t stop going on tangents. It’s a problem, a you problem aka a me ha me ha . . . sorry and prayers to all.

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