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The orange ones fuck you up REAL good.

Kitten huffing is a controversial practice that has recently been growing as a popular alternative to street drugs. Despite a long history in Western culture, the practice remains largely taboo. Excessive huffing has been known to produce undesirable side effects, and kitten-related human fatalities. Even unapologetically frequent huffers caution against using more than two or three kittens per day.

Note: Kitten Huffing is intended for people 21 12 and over.

Huffing techniques

All About Huffing
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Listed here are the most common huffing techniques.

The felioca approach

This approach is generally regarded as the safest both for humans and for kittens. A felioca, sometimes called a kitten bong, is a device which looks something like an ordinary bong, but larger, with a filtered port to let air in lest the kitten suffocate, a larger, two-way filtered port for the actual huffing, an opening to let the kitten in and out while not in use, and a larger, spherical shape that allows the kitten to be comfortable during the huff. The only reason for its lack of popularity is the high price of feliocas, as well as the need to purchase life filters, which ensure the soul remains in the felioca, but allows the kitten to breathe, and a two-way huffing filter, so no dandruff escapes during and after the huff. Despite these disadvantages, the felioca is still considered the all-around best (normal) means of huffing for serious huffers and those with cat allergies.

  1. Obtain a felioca and filters.
  2. Assemble, if required, making sure to test the filters.
  3. Obtain a fresh, live kitten.
  4. Open your felioca.
  5. Insert one (1) kitten.
  6. Close your felioca.
  7. Begin quickly and evenly inhaling through the large port.
  8. Hold your breath for three to six seconds.
  9. Exhale the huffed soul back into the felioca. Failure to exhale into the felioca may kill the kitten, since the kitten is dependent on its soul.
  10. Open the felioca up.
  11. Pull the bugger out.

The cupped hands approach

This approach, developed by the Marquess of Queensberry as a remedy for the pain of head injuries sustained while boxing, has come to be the dominant huffing technique in Europe and the Americas. Other techniques are generally avoided by all but expert huffers and even experts tend to avoid techniques involving rolled up dollar bills, as the kittens tend to clog. Kittens that have already been huffed are referred to as "depleted". Long-term storage or disposal of depleted kittens has posed a problem for some urban areas. Contrary to popular belief, however, depleted kittens are not permanently depleted, as the actual soul regenerates the protective layer which actually inspires euphoria every year, although the actual rate of regeneration varies from breed to bread (sourdough appears to be the most forgiving).

  1. Catch a live kitten.
  2. Cup hands around kitten's head leaving a small hole for you to put your mouth around.
  3. Inhale strongly until you have sucked the soul from the kitten.
  4. Ride the snake. Don't fight it. You feel'n that shit yet? Yeeeeaah.
  5. Either remove the kitten, keeping it as a pet until it grows a new huffable protective coating, or sell it.

The plastic tube approach

While less common than the Cupped Hands approach, the Plastic Tube approach is much quicker, although less satisfying.

  1. Obtain a fresh, live kitten
  2. Find a plastic tube or similarly shaped object
  3. Place plastic tube at rear of kitten
  4. Inhale through tube
  5. Call Poison Control

The traffic cone approach

An example of a good cone

This approach is very popular at outdoor music festivals. Common among group huffers.

  1. Obtain a plain, orange traffic cone.
  2. Place the kitten under the cone
  3. Inhale through top.
  4. Wash your face.

The huffing bowl approach

A kitten in a traditional huffing bowl

Like the plastic tube approach, the huffing bowl approach has the last steps similar to the cupped hands approach. This is the oldest of huffing techniques, dating from circa 1126 by King Henry II.

The first three steps are:

  1. Obtain a fresh, live kitten.
  2. Obtain a huffing bowl (for only £9.99 from your local newsagents) and give it a rinse.
  3. Place kitten in bowl.

The fourth step has become lost in the sands of time, yet various esoteric sources say a method similar to the cupped hands approach used on the tail or nearby, although this is to be seriously doubted.

Tummy huff

The tummy huff is often rare to receive the unique feeling of being in a "deep-high pitched trance" according to the famous pop artist Andy Warhol.

To perform this huffing technique:

  1. Obtain a fresh, live kitten NOTE: DO NOT ATTEMPT WITH A MATURE CAT!
  2. Turn the kitten upside-down with its hind legs spread.
  3. Place your face in between the hind legs, form your lips into a "buzzing" embouchure and blow, as though playing a B-flat on a tuba.

If this is done properly, your kitten should emit a glow, frequently changing color. The glow will soon grow larger, and upon entering the glow you will feel the "deep-high pitched trance" Andy Warhol described. This is described by some people as being similar to going down an endless ninety-degree hill on a roller coaster. WARNING: USE THIS TECHNIQUE AT YOUR OWN RISK AS OVERDOSING MAY CAUSE YOUR HEAD TO ASPLODE.

Group huffing

In the early nineties kitten huffers began organizing parties in which ten to fifteen people would huff the same cat simultaneously. The users feel sense euphoric trance, the users will see various colors around the room.

To perform this technique:

  1. Obtain a live, overweight cat no older than ten years old or one orange cat.
  2. Put kitten in a large pot with 1.5–2.5-inch openings (one for each person), commonly known as a huffiliary.
  3. Close lid.
  4. Huff strongly through openings.
  • Note: Cats that are group huffed can be used only once.

Hover huffing

Further information: Murphy's law application for anti-gravitatory cats

This new and dangerously disorienting variation on huffing was devised by Oscar Wilde shortly after his invention of the anti-gravity Cat-Toast Device. The huffer glues a piece of buttered toast to the back of the kitten making it hover due to competing falling cat – Murphy's law of buttered toast forces. The kitten is then huffed, toast and all, making the huffer hover and rotate adding a whole new dimension to the huff. This comes with a dire warning though, every huffer who has attempted this with orange kittens has met a horrific death as they spin out of control eventually blacking out due to the g-forces induced.

Inflation huffing

This recently discovered method of huffing was discovered by Ivan the Terrible in the year 2084 AD. The method generally involves taking a bicycle pump, sticking it into a kitten, and then pumping and breathing in front of the kitten's face. Eventually, the kitten will become so full of air that the soul blasts out of its body violently, causing a raw and devastating high that leaves all who experience it never the same.

Beer bong huffing

Beer bong huffing will make the user extremely disoriented. Invented in frat houses in the late 1960s, beer bong huffing is the most dangerous form of common huffing.


  1. Obtain a fresh live kitten.
  2. put at the top the beer bong device.
  3. begin huffing very fast for no no longer than twenty seconds at a time.


When buying bottled up kittens, it is especially important to stretch the specimen.

Some people prepare their kitten for a more enjoyable huff with the following methods ...


Many people sprinkle condiments on their kittens prior to huffing in order to create a different flavor or texture. Some common condiments used are wasabi, crushed cookie, maple syrup, chocolate syrup, chocolate laxatives, ABC Gum, sprinkles (jimmies), and cracked corn. Oftentimes Jimmies are used with cracked corn, which is where smart people say the song Jimmy Cracked Corn came from. Of course because these people are smart, we can disregard anything and everything they say as false.

Yelling at the kitten

Effective but not always practical, but if done correctly it will release a crazy amount of endorphins when huffed.


Must be done properly or else it ruins the specimen. When done correctly it provides a longer, fuller huffing experience.


A scientist studies the effects of Kitten Huffing.

The euphoria produced by kitten huffing has been subject to much speculation over time. Longinus believed the high of kitten huffing was the direct result of absorbing the kitten's soul and that, consequently, the huffing of a larger animal would have a commensurately larger effect. This, of course, is an absurd plausible proposition. Others claim that the kitten's postmortem gases produce the euphoric effects. Ultimately, the key to kitten huffing's effect lies deep within the brain stem and is still not clearly understood by scientists.

Recent evidence, however, suggests that a protective layer surrounding the actual soul is the actual element of the soul absorbed into the bloodstream that inspires euphoria. This would explain how the soul remains intact, and why kittens become "huffable" again within a matter of months. Unfortunately however, these new findings have been largely ignored by the huffing community, still believing kittens to be permanently depleted, causing many to dispose of kittens or kill them.

The great physician Paracelsus was known to recommend kitten huffing as a cure to influenza, the gout, syphilis, and most of all, boredom. In his Archidoxis Kittenhuffae he says: "Verily, the greatest of medicines is the kitten when huffethed through the mouth or nose, as it cureth gout, leprosy, and varied maladies of the privy members. Furthermore, the orange ones fucketh thou up mighty good." Paracelsus believed that the effects of kitten huffing are caused by the human microcosm absorbing the feline microcosm; it should be noted that the Archidoxis Kittenhuffae was written under the influence of aforesaid "orange ones".

Many kitten huffers experience a constant intense craving for rice pudding. These cravings are known as the "ricies" and are caused by habitual kitten huffing as well as Disfarbulating under the influence of kittens. Police have started to crack down on suspected kitten addicts by limiting daily rice pudding consumption. Any American citizen who has more than five pounds of pudding in one day without a license can be arrested on suspicion of a kitten huffing addiction. Similarly in Britain, if rice pudding is seen in or around the mouth of any person, he is punched with moderate force in the eye and obliged to say 'God Save the Queen' to the attending officer. Possessing ten pounds of rice pudding is enough to put you behind bars, because it is admissible in court as definitive proof of a kitten huffing addiction. Because of the value of this pudding among kitten huffers, the Mafia has even gotten into the rice pudding business. In Little Italy, there is a business called Rice to Riches that serves only rice pudding, which specifically caters to kitten huffers.

Careless kitten huffers have reported that if the feline essence is held in the oral cavity without being passed to the lungs, it can cause temporary numbing of the tongue. This numbing is believed to be the basis for the phrase, "Cat got your tongue?" and is commonly used by those exerting peer pressure to determine whether a huffer is actually huffing or simply holding a kitten soul in his/her mouth.

Although there is little research done on huffing kittens sprinkled with cracked corn, the only study done so far has shown that, due to the volatility of the resulting chemical mixture, huffing these kittens may cause speed-typing addictions and/or head explosion.

While much is still unknown about kitten pharmacodynamics, in a recent breakthrough researchers at the UncycloProject On Drugs discovered that kittens have an inhibitory action at several of the neurotransmitter reuptake pumps; tiny orange kittens can additionally cause neurotransmitter release after entering the axon terminal. The psychopharmacological jargon for this is that regular-strength kittens "fuck you up", while tiny orange kittens "fuck you up real good", according to the researchers.

Long term effects

  • Coughing up hairballs
  • Hallucinations of the kittens you've huffed (they won't be happy to see you)
  • Unintentional meowing
  • Unintentional fornication involving an iron stick
  • A fear of Dogs
  • A hunger for mice
  • A fascination with dangling pieces of string and/or tinsel
  • A fear of water
  • Being able to drink liquids only from a saucer


The first documented case of kitten huffing is from Artemus of Capadocia in 432BC, who described "ae wydenyng of ye soule wyth yon huffe" upon sucking out the soul of a young wild lynx kitten from the plains of central Asia Minor. Kitten huffing achieved only a minor level of interest outside of the Asian sub-continent until famed Englishman, This Guy, wrote his treatise Me and the Marquis Get Down With Some Crazy Shit on an extended huff-binge he took with the Marquis de Sade and brought the practice to the forefront of haute couture.

Historically, kittens were farmed on the plains of central Asia. Selective breeding for increased potency led to the emergence of the first ginger ones around 800AD. When Christopher Columbus discovered a viable trade route from Spain to China in 1492AD, he brought back fresh kitten breeding stock, which led to the advent of local, European, kitten breeding. Western breeding programs lagged behind Eastern ones until the early 20th century, when modern science and technology allowed for precise refinement of the breeding process. While many connoisseurs still claim that only imported Asian kittens are worth huffing, American and European techniques have advanced sufficiently that no casual huffer should be able to tell the difference.

Kitten huffing was declared a mortal sin within the Roman Catholic Church by Papal edict in Pius V's landmark Novarum Felinium of 1649AD.

Where to find kittens

It is possible to grow kittens indoors by purchasing a wild kitten plant over the Internet. The plant is illegal to possess, but the spores can be sold for research purposes. Kitten plants produce approximately ten kittens per month; therefore, five or six suffice to support a moderate kitten habit. Growers should note that kittens are the method through which the plant reproduces, and therefore those growing on wild plants will contain seeds. The seeds produce intense, saliva-like highs that are generally considered undesirable; therefore, amateurs are advised to purchase only plants which will yield seedless kittens.

If you are unable to grow your own, kittens can be purchased in five pound bags or puss from a kitten dealer or pussy. You should take care that your pussy is trustworthy, you don't want to find out you've been huffing kittens that have been stored with other animals, such as turtles, octopi, spuppies, or even worse, Paris Hilton. Alternatively, you can use the classified ads of a local newspaper to find people who have cats and are unaware of the kitten huffing phenomenon, giving away premium kittens so they don't have to look after them.

Desperate addicts often resort to trying to get kittens from "animal care centers" or from the local pound (known as "cat-stops" on the street). Many huffers claim the quality of these kittens is not as good. It's also possible to get sick when huffing stray homeless kittens due to various diseases from the street. Recently, employees of some cat-stops have shown vigilance against huffers "wanting a free buzz at the expense of a defenseless little creature" and have denied many legitimate huffers access to kitten stocks. A huffer normally has no problem if it's the first time they've gotten a kitten from any particular cat-stop and never expects to have a regular supply.

WARNING: DO NOT huff dead cats because you will haunted forever by the soul of the dead cat, and they will be a major downer. Also you will go into a crazed high and you will kill people. Always make sure your cat is breathing before huffing it.

The War on Kitten Huffing

Kittens are often sold by the gross on the street by pushers such as this one at Stoner High School.

There was tacit tolerance, if not acceptance, of kitten huffing up until the late 19th century, when the emerging temperance movement first spoke out against the habit. The practice of kitten huffing was outlawed during Prohibition as part of the Mewling Reforms, though, as with alcohol, the market for kitten huffers continued to thrive underground. With the repeal of Prohibition, the anti-huffing laws were also removed but the negative social stigma remained.

In the 1950s, a series of public service announcements were recorded by the BBC and aired during the popular Uncle Bertrand's Fortnightly Children's' Hour (surviving fragment:Uncle Bertie's message to the children). Announcements such as Bertrand's continued into the mid-70s but eventually fell out of favor for being totally square. More recently a number of support groups have developed to help those individuals with huffing problems. The largest is Kitten Huffers Anonymous, which seeks to replace a love of pussy cats with a love of God.

Nancy Reagan's 1980 "Hugs not Huff" campaign against Kitten Huffing was successful until about 1982 when people realized that huffing kittens was much better than hugs.

Today, the battle over public policy has led to a tentatively titled "War on Feline" spearheaded by the Vatican (which never did like pussy) and the Institute for a New American Veterinary. The famous National Socialist for Paedophilia's Lewis Black of the Anti Kitten Huffing Movement has campaigned tiresomely for awareness of the dangers of Kitten Huffing, however controversy surrounds the motives of his movement. There is rumored involvement of certain Columbian pet cartels interested in artificially raising demand.

Getting pure kitten

The worst part of novice huffing is finding pure kitten. We all know the story, some guy in a club offers you a little bag of kittens, they all have smiley faces on them and he promises you a good time. You get home and check out your "kittens" only to find you have been given a selection of sundry other animals stuck together and painted to resemble kittens! Cunning dealers often use ocelots or other low grade feline products, do not accept alternatives!

A quick and easy method for testing for real kittens is to drop them in water: Fake kittens will remain visible while real kittens become hard to see, as their refractive index is similar to that of water. This is the same test that can be used on diamonds and has led to the theory that high quality kittens may be similarly formed, taking thousands of years of heat and pressure under the surface of the Earth. Isn't nature marvelous!

You can also test a kitten for quality by swinging it by the tail in a crowded room. (As the saying goes, "there isn't room to swing a cat in here".) If you can swing it, it is clearly fake; if you fail, then it is the real deal and you better go somewhere quiet and get on with your huff.

Be wary of people you don't know offering kittens, e.g. classified adds in a local newspaper. Still, regular folk who are unaware of the huffing phenomenon do give away premium kittens, perhaps just so they don't have to look after them. You can take full advantage of these suckers by telling them you have a wonderful, loving new home for all their unwanted little balls of fluff, then selling them to your fluff-head friends at a huge profit!


A man finding God in his kitten

Real fluff-heads sometimes believe they have found God in a kitten huffing trip. This is the basis for the religion of Kittenhuffism and its small celebrity offshoot KittenHoffism. Members of this religion believe salvation can be found through kitten huffing. However, a distressing number of professional huffers have ended their days this way. The easiest way to avoid this weird fate is to only huff recreationally, as only true addicts end up this way.

As a side note, KittenHoffism is growing in popularity. Members are recognizable by the small red string bracelets they wear, their regular trips to Israel, and the large amount of money they give to David Hasselhoff. Notable celebrity members are Madonna, Demi Moore, Ashton Kutcher, Britney Spears and Roseanne, among others. The red string bracelet "is meant to show devotion to the mystical practice and to offer us protection from the very powerful negative energy of the evil eye" according to one source. There is even KittenHoffism Water®for sale which has been blessed by The Hoff himself.

Types of huffs

Although the ordinary, striped, fuzzy, American Shorthair domestic kitten (known as the Generic kitten) is by-far the most popular, and is valued because of availability and reputation, non-typical cat breeds are still somewhat popular within the huffing world due to their distinct properties. Of course, all breeds have different effects. Below is a list of the most popular non-generic huffs and their properties. Below that is a list of the best generic huffs.

Here is the list (in no particular order):

  • Russian Blue One of the most popular non-generic kittens on the market, the Russian Blue is popular for its cheapness and availability, not to mention its prized mellow, sweet, silky flavor. Noted as being a similar experience in huff to smoking on a beach, watching a blue moon, and lazy mist floating near the water on a hot summers night in Hawaii ... You get the picture. It is very popular among beginning huffers due to the non-intensity of its high. It opens nasal passages and clears to mind, so it is sometimes used to treat migraines and nasal congestion.
  • American Wirehair Extremely similar to the domestic (American Shorthair) cat, but noted for its tendency to build up euphoria to a climax, which is generally more preferable to a huffer, thus resulting in their higher price than a generic cat. In all other ways, American Wirehairs are virtually identical to American Shorthairs, resulting in the common mistake of considering them generic. When choosing colors, view the "Best Generic kittens to huff:" to guidelines, as they are applicable to the American Wirehair.
  • Adult Lion The most dangerous feline to huff, lions have a 93% chance of instant death, 2% chance of the best high ever, and a 5% chance to disappear forever into the great void. The effects of the best high ever involve pure unadulterated euphoric acid leaking from your ears, instant boner (even if you are a woman), green-colored bloodshot eyes, and an addiction 25 million times more severe than heroin. It is not possible, let alone likely, to survive such a huff and still be in a state of sanity. Thus the US Government has mandated that survivors of a lion-huff MUST be patty-wagoned away by men in white coats.
  • Bengal Very similar to both generic huffing and big-cat huffing, the Bengal is considered and ideal cat to huff, competing even with the orange generic. Plus, they produce a wild twist, noted very similar, although much less powerful than a real big-cat, suggesting that they were bred from both big-cats and orange kittens the produce a perfect huff. The only downside – and undisputed reason why they are not far more popular – is their outrageous price, which is often several times that of an orange one. Very seldom does anyone apart from the very wealthy and very serious amateur huffers huffs the great Bengal Cat.
  • Bombay Ah, the great black Bombay huff, although nothing spectacular, the great Bombay cat strikes a good balance between pleasure, quality, and price. They are noted for their dark, rich, almost charry, yet strangely sweet flavor, the intense sensations of spinning the emit, and their inspiration of transcending joy and excitement. Somewhat consequently, they are frequently huffed at weddings and rights of passage.
  • British Shorthair The British Shorthair is only somewhat popular in England, where they were huffed and prized for their bulky, hearty huff, one of the longest lasting of the common huffs. The British Shorthair is a good huff and rather cheap, so it is unknown why it never really caught on outside the British Isles.
  • Japanese Bobtail Somewhat popular in East-Asia, especially Japan, the Japanese Bobtail is short, sweet, and surprisingly affordable. One fluffhead described the sensation of a Bobtail huff as similar to being dropped head first into cold water, then being hit with waves and waves of euphoria. This is probably why it is most popular in Low-Middle to Middle class areas of urban Japan. It is also somewhat popular at New Years festivals in China. If fact, in ancient China couples used to give it as gifts to one another. The Japanese Bobtail was also given as a gift from Japan to China, starting the formerly mentioned tradition.
  • Birman The Birman is one of the best examples of a cat that became popular in huffing worldwide but never completely caught-on. The Birman first became popular in the US because of the decent pricing and long, extremely sweet huffing flavor – like getting cool honey poured down your throat, only much less sticky. Other effects can include minor hallucinations and distorted hearing. They only caution to heed with the Birman is not to inhale any of its extremely long fur.
  • Sphynx One of only a handful of cats belong to a family of hallucinogenic huffs, it is by far the cheapest and most popular. Its huff generates a 45- to 80-minute hallucinogenic wave, in which time you should not make any choices or operate machinery. It's hairless so their is no danger of hair consumption. This breed of cat creates little to no actual euphoric pleasure, though it does have a bit of a reputation for inducing intense excitement. It is said that ancient Egyptian medicine men would huff these cats when trying to communicate with the gods. If there are gods, however, they failed miserably, only getting closer to Satan and ... oops ... got a little off topic. Ah, well, point made. A good huff if you like to see Santa floating in your room.
  • Maine Coon In fact not a joke about race, the Maine Coon can best be described as being similar to a fine Cuban Cigar, although more expensive and longer lasting. Amateurs are recommended to try this as their first non-generic huff due to its pleasant and relaxing high. Being as American as apple pie has established it as a great 4th-of-July treat (for people 12 and over, you scum) and a great way to honor our heroes on Veterans Day (i.e., buy one a huff).
  • Siamese We recommend huffing a Siamese kitten due to its highly abstract and colorful pitch during the effect – echoing for at least a minute between huffs – very similar to the melancholy of a scared-shitless four-year-old at the clinic just before the needle penetrates his arm.

Top huffs

Here are the top huffs the world has to offer:

Do not forget about this guy.

Tiny orange kittens

As mentioned nearly a billion times before, the fabled orange ones are the best you can get. For safety's sake, always have your orange kittens examined by an expert. You don't want to be huffing a rat covered in orange paint.

Note: You may be huffing a Non-huffable kitten, which will result in a scratched face and a reverse huff. You know, the one where the cat huffs you. This is possible since the Non-Huffable Kitten is also an orange cat.[1]
Average NHK after huffing attempt. Notice it's going to huff Brie Larson.
Devotees of KittenHoffism are known to contemplate this picture, ignoring the fact that the "kittens" are puppies.

Bengal cat

The Bengal cat is not very popular, due primarily to its high price. However, it is considered the only other domestic cat to generate a strong enough high to compete with that of a tiny orange kitten. The Bengal has several advantages over a regular orange cat:

  • The high is longer.
  • It has a more pungent wild flavor.
  • Its high is very much like that of a lion, only much smaller.

Experts believe the similarities in huffing qualities to a lion may have been the intended result of many years of breeding, suggesting that this breed may have been created for huffing purposes.

The Hoff huff

Huffing kittens from David Hasselhoff's chest hair has been tried by only a select club of celebrity huffers, but it is said to add a new and musty experience. Just don't let him tempt you with his puppy fetish. Devoted Hoffers who become devotees of Kittenhuffism wear a red string bracelet, which entails giving money to The Hoff. Strangely after huffing the user feels the need to eat a hamburger, in a drunken state, off the ground.

The lion huff

Huffing lions is one of the most intense physical experiences on the planet. Lions are said to be best huffed as cubs, do to a more sweet mellow experience, and a lower change of getting eaten after the huff or asploding out of shear ecstasy. The only known Adult Lion huffer is Chuck Norris, who claims to have huffed at least 13-dozen lions.

The cheetah huff

The cheetah is the fastest land animal and huffing a cheetah kitten gives the fastest, scariest huff known to man. Imagine hurtling through a psychedelic wonderland at 100 kph with a desire for raw flesh and you're not even halfway there, while listening to Steve Miller at four times the normal speed backwards, while traveling into a black hole. This is one for the thrill seeker everywhere. Scientists are still trying to ascertain what effect the spots have but frequent users have been known to give up striped and tabby varieties of kitten exclusively for ones with spots after a cheetah huff. The ancient Egyptians were big fans of the cheetah huff and are known to have had large collections of cheetahs on hand at any time to satisfy their wanton desire for speed spot huffing. Legend says that when Chuck Norris was a baby his mother had him huff a Cheetah kitten once a day, giving him superhuman strength.

Buddha Huff

Buddha Huff

The most sacred of all Huff. Bred by Buddhist monks in Tibetan shrine since. Discovered by Benjamin Franklin in 1785, while he was on an expedition where he used all the finest Chinese huffables and had sex with hundreds of Chinese street whores. The Huff is so strong it would take a thousand tiny orange kittens to equal half the high. The Huff trips last approximately 24 hours, where the user goes through a highly psychedelic experience and experiences 24 hours of pure nirvana. Only a handful of people have used Buddha Huff, most after using become Buddhists who spend the rest of their life learning how to cultivate the Huff.

Kitten storage

Kitten stash box

Kittens should be kept as fresh as possible before huffing, however refrigeration is not recommended as this solidifies the kitten making it much harder to huff and slowing down the whole experience. Professionals keep their kittens in a special kitten storage device called a kitty litter. This is basically a climate controlled set of drawers, a bit like a humidor where rich people keep fat cigarettes called cigars. Portable versions have hit the market recently, allowing the man about town to take his supply of kittens with him for that sneaky huff between important meetings.

Remember that kittens must be fed and watered regularly to keep them at their best. You can also enjoy kittens before huffing them, they are fun to cuddle and play with. Personal favorites are dangling a bit of string in front of them and training them to form pyramids.

See also

External links

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  1. Can also happen while huffing in Soviet Russia.