Quotation by Robert Benchley

All that is necessary to do with this drink is to place it in an open saucer on the window sill and inhale deeply from across the room. In about eight seconds the top of the inhaler's head rises slowly and in a dignified manner until it reaches the ceiling where it floats, bumping gently up and down. The teeth then drop out and arrange themselves on the floor to spell "Portage High School, 1930" the eyes roll upward and backward, and a strange odor of burning rubber fills the room.
Robert Benchley (1889–1945), U.S. writer, humorist. The Treasurer's Report and Other Aspects of Community Singing, "Carnival Week in Sunny Las Los," Grosset & Dunlap (1930).

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