Verbality is one of many designer drugs developed by Orange County pharmacologist Sandy Chapman, and like most of his output, it is a colourless liquid that is taken by dropping directly into the eye.

The particular effect of Verbality is a fascination with words – their meanings, origins, sounds and so on. As such, it was dismissed by Chapman, who did not see any commercial possibilities in it – he was primarily a creator and supplier of party drugs, and a drug that his friends derisively called Verbosity did not fit his portfolio. It is a shame for Chapman that he did not see the wider possibilities – Verbality would likely have been a great hit on any university campus with strong Literature, Linguistics, Languages or Semantics faculties.

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