As a child, I always had an interest in chemistry. I had a chemistry set, and I used to get a kick out of playing scientist. One day, I got a idea to make poison. I just went thru my chemicals, picking things at random, and mixing them together with water. I had no idea what I was doing, I was just having fun pretending I was making

I decided to test my poison on the parents of one of my friends. I figured he wouldn't mind, since he hated their guts. I was at their house, they were Big Alcoholics, and I put some of my poison in one of the liquor bottles. They drank all the time, so I figured it wouldn't take long. I hung out as long as I could, but finally, I had to go home. Nothing happened, so I figured the poison didn't work, and I forgot about it.

Three weeks later, my friend got to get out of school a few days, it seems his dad was found DEAD on the living room couch.

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reader's comments:

Vadim Miesegaes asks:
I read what'on your webpage, and I'm wondering if you really know how to make poison; if so, please send me the recipe... Also, what's cyanide made of, and how would you engineer it from household chemicals? Thanx, v1267

Dr. Popeye X replies:
The story is fictional. The best way I ever heard of "getting some cyanide", is to steal it from a chemical supply for photography. Look for a big brown glass jar labeled "Potassium Cyanide", and by the way, being in possesion of a large (or small) jar of stolen Potassium Cyanide is an Instantaneous Ticket to Serious Prison Time, so don't do it. A judge would have no mercy on your wicked ass, and rightly so.

Professor Sneaky Lynx thinks:
Subject - Poison
I think Vadim should go in chemistry before asking a question as stupid as "how do you make cyanide"... chances are he would kill himself making it, there is a reason it is used in gas chambers... it is POISON (maybe someone should tell him what that word means)... No, let me take it back, it is DEADLY POISON. I find he needs to vent his anger on the world in a more creative way than to make cyanide. If he had a bit more intelligence, he wouldn't have to ask some stranger how to make the stuff. Leaving a trail like that is plain stupid. Chemistry books are easy to find, anybody can figure out how to make cyanide from one. Maybe he should masturbate more often. Might do the world a favour. That's what I think.

Linda says:
Hey, to make some really quick cyanide, mix bleach and ammonia. I should know, my dad is a chemist! So fuck you and your chemistry.

Dr. Popeye-X replies:
oh, yeah?
take whiff on these hydrocarbons
[farts in your face]
oh, btw, sweetheart, that makes CHLORINE gas, not cyanide ; )

So, let's ask Professor Sneaky Lynx, resident chemical engineer of The Toiletside Reader...

Professor Sneaky Lynx says:
Chlorine gas is, Cl2, hence you need a Cl source to produce it. This source is your bleach reference

Cyanide is a Nitrogen-Carbon compound (CN), Ammonia (NH3) is your Nitrogen source. However you need a Carbon source to make cyanide. I doubt very strongly that you will find that in bleach. (If you can, I would like to know what sort of bleach your friend Ms Linda has).

Conclusion: You're right. She's wrong.

Don't you love people like that? "MY dad is better than YOURS!". I wonder what SHE does for a living!!!

Dr. Popeye-X retorts:
Read 'em and weep, Ms. Linda.
thanks for the info
Ask your dad how to make amphetamines and get back to me, ok?

Jamie writes:
Subject: i want to kill
My name is Jamie i live in Ecuador I want to kill my stepmother if you Know how can i do please send the recipe i can pay you if you want and if its work, can you send me the recipe how to make extasi also

Syncerly, Jamie

 Simon Macabeus asks: 

I happened upon your page by accident and began reading your Q&A's about poisons.  If cyanide is a CN compound, what happens if you mix methanol with ammonia?  If you require CN to produce the compound and ammonia is NH3, thus represents the Nitrogen portion of the equation, and methanol is CH4O, would Methanol work as the Carbon source?  Or what about Methyl Hydrate, since it's a derivative of CH4 ?

Again, let's ask Professor Sneaky Lynx, resident chemical engineer of The Toiletside Reader...

Professor Sneaky Lynx says:

Here is what the Master Sneak knows.

First of all, Methanol and Methyl Hydrate ARE THE SAME THING!  <-- as shown in here.

Ammonia and alcohols in general, I don't think that's enough to produce cyanide. (In fact, from my vast knowledgeable brain, you would be way off the mark).  You do get the carbon source and the nitrogen source from both compounds, but I think you'd just end up with a lot of ions in solution. (Which would nonetheless be VERY toxic anyway). 

ABOUT CYANIDE: "Information about cyanide is readily available ANYWHERE, if you know how to even look for your own ass. If you're too stupid to know that, then don't even bother thinking about making cyanide, you'll kill yourself with it. (might be doing the world a favour though)"

cyanide , chemical compound containing the cyano group, -CN. Cyanides are salts or esters of hydrogen cyanide (hydrocyanic acid, HCN) formed by replacing the hydrogen with a metal (e.g., sodium or potassium) or a radical (e.g., ammonium or ethyl). The most common and widely used cyanides are those of sodium and potassium; they are often referred to simply as “cyanide.” Both are white, crystalline, chemically active compounds. They are used as insecticides, in making pigments, in metallurgy (e.g., electroplating and case hardening), and in refining gold and silver by the cyanide process. Organic cyanides are called nitriles. The ethyl ester of hydrogen cyanide (CH3CH2CN) is called variously ethyl cyanide, propionitrile, propane nitrile, nitrilopropane, and cyanoethane; propane nitrile is the approved name in the nomenclature system for organic chemistry adopted by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC).

Most cyanides are deadly poisons that cause respiratory failure. Symptoms of cyanide poisoning include an odor of bitter almond on the breath, dizziness, convulsions, collapse, and, often, froth on the mouth. In case of cyanide poisoning a doctor should be summoned immediately. If the poison was swallowed, vomiting should be induced. Artificial respiration should be used if needed.

Dr. Popeye-X yells: In other words,

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