Citation: LaKrista. "Spun: An Experience with Methamphetamine (exp1614)". Erowid.org. Jul 17, 2001. erowid.org/exp/1614
My first experience with meth was at my boyfriend's house. My friend Jessica, her boyfriend, and mine were all in his room. They started smoking it and I felt left out so I asked if I could. I took about 4 or 5 hits and then we left. We had to drive quit a way back to get home and I felt totally in control and I knew all the roads to take and I felt really mature in the way I was talking. But I went to sleep that night.
The second time I done it, I smoked alot more. I just kept smoking more and more because I couldn't feel the effect. We smoked it all then we started driving back into town when it hit me. I suddenly felt like my hands had to be moving at all times. I even started hitting my wrists together like as a reflex or something. Then I talked and talked and I cared about people so much and I got along with everyone GREAT. I totally cared about what people were talking about. I also always have an excited feeling in my stomach after I do it.
In my experience, snorting gives you the quickest high. You can feel it alot more too. Its a burn in your nose, but not a bad burn, it actually feels good. And then when it starts draining down your throat you get so happy cause you know it's just about to kick in. I also found myself drawing alot when I was spun out.
I quit the drug because I got really sick from staying up and not really eating for two weeks and I decided to stay off. But then a few weeks later I did it again and it felt sooooo good. I quit for awhile again though. I haven't done it in a while and when I think about it, like right now, I get shaky and my stomach kinda gets that excited feeling. I don't see anything wrong with this drug as long as you take a break from it every now and then.
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