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Not Even Sure That I Had a Good Time
Pharms - Flunitrazepam
by Max
Citation:   Max. "Not Even Sure That I Had a Good Time: An Experience with Pharms - Flunitrazepam (exp103608)". Erowid.org. Jul 2, 2020. erowid.org/exp/103608

 
DOSE:
1 - 2 mg oral Pharms - Flunitrazepam
    oral Alcohol

BODY WEIGHT: 85 kg


Roofie experience

I tried Flunitrazepam under the brand name Rohypnol for the first and second time this week, this is an account of my experiences.

I would like to begin by saying that I have some experience with sedatives, opiates and other miscellaneous depressants but would not consider myself a heavy user. I have taken Diazepam (Valium), Alprazolam (Xanax), Ketamine, Clozapine, Codeine, Methadone, Oxycodone, Pethidine, Nitrous-oxide, Diethyl ether, Marijuana, a range of Antihistamines and of course Alcohol. With the exception of weed, booze and codeine I have never taken any of these substances more than 10 times.

The afternoon I first took Flunitrazepam I had got off work early, about 3pm and was at home alone. My Wife was not due back from work for another 3 hours so I popped a 1mg Rohypnol on an empty stomach to see what happened. I was surprised at how fast the drug affected me, within ten minutes I could feel the drug working, I felt relaxed and slightly drowsy. After 20 minutes I stood up to grab a drink from the kitchen and was shocked at how fast the drug had kicked in, my body was moving like I was drunk! My motor skills were affected, my reactions slowed and my speech seemed slurred but I had a deep sense of relaxation and really wanted to just lay down and go to sleep.

I feel sure that had I laid down I would have been asleep before my head hit the pillow. I decided to fight through the sleepiness and make myself some lunch. Buy the time I sat down to eat I felt a lot less drunk, my body seemed to be functioning normally but I was still very relaxed. After I had finished eating I felt relaxed but not sleepy and my motor skills did not seem impaired at all, it had been about an hour since I took the pill.

I read somewhere that Flunitrazepam peaks after 2 hours but for some reason I started thinking that it was all over. I felt quite clear headed and could not really register any effects. I think this lead me into a false sense of security, as I decided to pour myself a large scotch. When I cast my mind back to this time my memories seem dream like, as if the whole afternoon was a figment of my imagination, I remember drinking the scotch and watching Family Guy while laughing my ass off. Next thing I know Iím waking up in bed the following morning!

The following is an account from my wifeís perspective as I have literally no memory. She came home to find me laughing hysterically to family guy and drinking scotch, we had a conversation about the day. She said I looked drunk so I stopped drinking. I fed the cats and helped my wife cook the dinner. Before dinner was served I sat down on the sofa and passed out, she tried to wake me for the food but she could not, as hard as she tried she could not wake me. This was around 7pm. At around midnight I stood up, said good night as if i had been awake the whole evening and went to bed, I have no memory of any of this.

About a week later I got off work early again and decide to give roofies another try. This time I had lunch at about 2pm, drunk a large can of redbull around 2.30pm, then dropped 2mg of Rohypnol at about 3pm. It took longer to kick in this time, but even still by 3.30pm I was wasted. I had to fight through the sleepiness again, so I drunk another redbull. It was kind of like being really drunk but still being able to think in a logical manner. Like my consciousness was totally in control and relaxed but the rest of me was trashed.

After about and hour I felt the same as before, like the effects were dissipating. In retrospect I think that I was just becoming accustom to the effects and that I was still very much under the influence of the drug. I remember trying to get myself a drink and dropping juice all over the floor, I went under the sink for a paper towel and came out with a can of plumbing glue. I poured the glue in a plastic bag and started inhaling the fumes. Whilst huffing glue I decided to make vodka Popsicle's in the freezer. I melted a bag of Hershey's chocolate chips in the microwave and tried to drink it, I huffed more glue and drunk a glass of scotch. I went for a walk around the block, I tried to mix the melted chocolate with some more scotch and drink it, I huffed more glue. I watched bobís burgers and ate half frozen vodka Popsicle's. I passed out.

In the morning I woke with no recollection of the night before. I was driving to work with this strange feeling like I was missing something. I was sitting at my desk drinking coffee when I noticed the dried glue all over my hands, thatís when it hit me that I had taken roofies the night before and the vague dream like memories came flooding back. I phoned my wife she told me I was passed out in bed by the time she got home at about 8pm, and she thanked me for the god awful mess I had left in the kitchen!

Roofies make me feel like I am in a dream. There is this sense that your actions have no consequence as it all just a dream. I believe that is what contributed to my decisions to huff glue, make vodka popsicles and god knows what else. I have never huffed glue before but for some reason it seemed like the best thing to do! I am not sure Flunitrazepam is a good recreational drug as I cannot really remember what I did, I am not even sure that I had a good time.

I donít think staying at home is a good idea.

[Erowid Note: Our understanding of the literature is that there is no such thing as safe recreational use of volatile solvents, aerosols and other street inhalants : their psychoactive effects are inseparable from nerve and organ damage. We have chosen to include these reports to help document the real world use of inhalants, but their inclusion is not intended to imply that they are anything but dangerous.]

Exp Year: 2014ExpID: 103608
Gender: Male 
Age at time of experience: 30 
Published: Jul 2, 2020Views: 1,603
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