Citation: Whitney. "The Bowling Alley: An Experience with Diphenhydramine (exp18722)". Erowid.org. Jun 14, 2007. erowid.org/exp/18722
I ended up taking the pills around 8:30 PM I took about 8 then a little bit later I took 8. That was about 8:45 then. I knew that they wouldn't kick in for a while so I drove myself and my friend to the bowling ally. We bought three games and I was totally cool but feeling a little sick like I was going to vomit. This was around 9 PM. I was fine for about another 30 Min till the pills started kicking. I started feeling really tired and kinda like I was lifted up and in my own little world. I was sitting there thinking to my self about what these are going to do to me because I had never took so many at one time.
I looked over because I thought that I saw something in the corner of my eye but it ended up being nothing I looked over again cause I thought that I saw something again there was standing this little girl that I had known from a long while ago. I started talking to her but I ended up looking over to my friend and she was giving me weird looks so I asked her why she was looking at me like that she said that I wasn’t talking to anyone one and that I was just talking to my self. I looked over again and I still saw her there this was about 9:30 PM.
I started to feel really really week and my knees started to buckle every time I got up to bowl. I started tripping over myself and decided to quit bowling because I was too week. I was looking at the wall and I saw that there was a little ball of yarn twirling around at me. This was around 10:30 PM. I was driving home and noticed that I was swerving severely. I got home and my friend and I laid down to soak it in and I started to talk to myself a lot. I had a huge conversation with myself because I thought that my friend was talking to me. She wasn't she got up and gave me a pencil because she thought that I asked for one but I didn't. We lay back down and I passed right out.
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