Citation: Dude. "Laced Marijuana?: An Experience with Cannabis (exp3102)". Erowid.org. Oct 29, 2000. erowid.org/exp/3102
I got a 20 bag from this guy I didn't know. The next day my friend and I, who have been smoking pot for years, decided to get high. I didn't have a lot of pot left, so I made a gravity bong and I gravitied a bowl the size of the end of my pinkie, and he did about the same, a little less. It turns out about 15 minuts later we walked up to the store, and I felt way different. It wasn't like a weed high, it was way more intense. I felt so high. We sat down and my mind felt like I was totally disconnected from reality. Everything was so bright and fake. I went inside to get away from everyone and I sat down. I heard someone whistling and it was like my hearing was superhuman. I just concentrated on this guy whistling. Every sound echoed in my ear and stood out. I laid my head down and closed my eyes. I could see these patterns moving in my head. I went to the bathroom and my eyes were dilated and I kept hearing these strange echoes. I tapped my foot on the ground and it felt like I was connected with the ground.
For the next 3 hours I was going up and peaking. I was getting higher and higher. I heard thunder that wasn't there, I thought people were following me. The only thing comforting to me was to be by myself. I heard voices that weren't there, it sounded like they were mumbling. I went home and went to bed at 10:00, 5 hours after smoking it, I was still high, but not like before. I woke up the next morning and felt weird, like something was still in me. Also, I woke up at 8am and had massive energy. I heard a knock at the door and it was my friend, but when I first saw him I said whoa shit, cause he looked all weird and his face was small. I am convinced the weed was laced with pcp and my advice is, if you think it is, just get away from everybody and be alone with nature and you'll be fine.
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