A whip it, normally called a whipped cream charger, is a polished silver canister about 2 inches in length containing .8 or .16 mg of nitrous oxide.

When cracking sealed whip its, you will need a whipped cream dispenser or separate cracker (normally with a large non inflated balloon attached around its dispenser valve).

After a series of long, deep breaths the whip it is then inhaled through either the filled dispenser or balloon at which point the user will then hold their breath.

The desired effect happens almost immediately and is composed of a series of short hallucinations and distorted hearing. The user will then slowly breath out the remaining n2o and repeatedly inhale oxygen until the effect wears off.

This abuse of nitrous oxide puts it on the Hazardous Chemicals database due to sometimes causing asphyxiation.
"Dude! Did you just see that guy take three whip its upside down hanging on that pull-up bar?!? That was just 10 minutes ago and now he's cooking us dinner!"
by WhipItsDotOrg November 20, 2008
sucking the air out a whipped cream can to get a "high" feeling.
"we were doing whip its the other night and it was such a rush."
by crunch43543 August 11, 2007
1. (N) Small canisters of compressed nitrous oxide intended for cooking and baking purposes, which are inhaled for a momentary high.

2. (Compound Verb with "do") The act or process of inhaling nitrous oxide from small compressed canisters or compressed cans of whipped cream.
1. "The store down the street sells whip-its in packages of a dozen."

2. "That guy's brain is all messed up, because when he was a kid he did whip-its practically every day."
by Sean P. Corcoran December 8, 2004
Canisters of nitrous oxide that can be put into balloons and huffed for an intoxicating effect that lasts a few seconds.
by Dee Lauris September 30, 2004