Citation: Christian. "Cloud 9: An Experience with Methamphetamine (exp14928)". Erowid.org. Mar 7, 2018. erowid.org/exp/14928
It was a regular Friday night when my friend Charlie came over with some Crystal Meth. I was getting pretty bored with Cannabis so I decided to try it out. We put some in a glass pipe and vaporized it. I took about 10 hits of it. About 5 minutes later my head started to feel really light. Soon my whole body was racing like a roller coaster. It felt like I was on Cloud 9, floating high in the sky. This was an amazing feeling. Soon after, my father came home and asked us to clean up the house. What I found was that work was so easy on the meth. I was in a great mood, and somehow, it motivated me to work. After a while it winded down. (the come down wasn't bad at all.) When we were done cleaning we decided to do some more meth. It turns out, once I started it was very hard to stop. We took the usual 10 hits that we had before from the pipe, and I had very little feeling. I was surprised I had built tolerance this fast. So we took 10 more, and so on soon we were out of control we just couldnt stop taking hits. We ran out after about 40 hits each. By then my whole mind and body were racing. It was an amazing feeling. It also made me increadibly paranoid. I put on some depressing Lauryn Hill music and just stared into space. Charlie and I started talking, and before we knew it, it was morning. We had talked for about 8 straight hours in what had seemed about half an hour. We still weren't tired. I was still buzzed a little. After that I had a very strong path down and I started throwing up. I felt pretty crummy the rest of the day. In my opinion this drug is a good thing to try once but its very addictive so don't go past that because the come down is pretty bad. Personally I like smoking it better than taking it in a line it's much better. I had a great time...I was glad I was with someone, because the conversation will be very meaningful and fun.
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