Citation: dextropunk. "Speedy, Chatty, With a Drive to Walk: An Experience with Amphetamines (Adderall) (exp15797)". Erowid.org. Nov 20, 2018. erowid.org/exp/15797
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Well I had recently acquired a huge bag of Adderall XR, 30mg pills. Seeking to defeat the time-release mechanism, I crushed up the contents of three pills with a battery and then a razor blade. I divided the pile in half and gave my friend C the other portion. At this point I had experimented with a variety of substances: DXM, Dramamine, Marijuana, Valium, Concerta, Ritalin, Ecstasy and Vicodin (roughly in order of first consumption). I figured it would be similar to Concerta, so I grabbed us some water bottles and we headed outside.
We explored the vast network of roads near my house, intentionally getting lost and wandering aimlessly. In all, we walked for six hours, covering no ground twice. Time and distance lost meaning, and conversation took hold. Not a moment of silence existed, no tangent of a thought left unexplored. We covered such a diverse range of topics, it could have been a book. We were able to complete each other's sentences, almost read each other's minds. And even when I didn't get those generic signs of acknowledgement like a nod or a 'yes', I knew that every word I rambled was being carefully followed by C. We were able to discover truths, come to grand realizations and find value in every meme, every idea, every snippet of thought. The empathy experienced was incredible, bordering on ego sharing. The speedy, chatty drive to walk really characterized this night. Incredible, simply incredible.
It felt like half of the ecstasy experience. The other half is unique to ecstasy I suppose... I wonder if this is what meth is like? Some of the side effects experienced were: Dry mouth, racing heart, dehydration, frequent urination and restlessness. We weren't able to sleep until 7am, and only then because my mom found us talking away after the sun had risen.
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