Citation: Ben. "Numb and Itchy: An Experience with Cocaine, Hydromorphone & Alcohol (exp20176)". Erowid.org. Apr 16, 2007. erowid.org/exp/20176
I love speedballs but around where I live most of the herion has been cut so much its worthless, and buying high stenght pain pills is better, for a reference this is january 4th 2003 and I live in northern virginia if you wanna compare prices, I bought a 4 mg dilaudid for 5 bucks and a half g of coke for 30,
I got home around 1 am, I took about 9 oz of whiskey, then I sat down and turned on some pink floyd, I pulled out my altoid container with a straw, a razor blade, a little mirror, my pain pill and my bag of blow. I did about half the bag of coke first just to check how pure it was, after a few minutes my nose back of my thoat and most of my face went numb. it wasnt the best coke I have scored but it wasnt the worst.
Then I changed cds and put some dave matthews in. I crushed up half of my dilaudid, and quickly snorted that also, the drip was so nasty I hate those damn dilaudid drips. My body soon went pretty numb and I felt sped up in the brain but slowed down in the body. Really kinda mellow but with better brain action. I am pretty itchy now but thats to be expected. I kinda have a tingy feeling all over, its definalty nice.
After about 30 minutes I decided to hit the rest of the coke. face went so fucking numb lips, tounge thoat, nose, I was fucking in heaven, so numb, yet so itchy, it makes me more itchy then anything else oc, perc, vics, even good herion. its definatly been a good night, watch a little of fear and loathing is las vegas during the experiance. I do about 20 pain pill a week from vics, to pers to oc and snort about a 8 ball a month.
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