Citation: Adam. "Black Outs and Refrigerators: An Experience with Tiagabine (Gabitril) (exp38619)". Erowid.org. Jun 12, 2006. erowid.org/exp/38619
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Well it started off there was a hurricane approaching my town, and as always, a hurricane party was initiated. Since we didn't have any substances and the dope man was currently out of commission because of the storm, we turned to a bottle of Gabitril which my friend is prescribed for bi-polar disorder.
All I can say is WOW.
The pills were 12mg each and I immediately popped 4
About an hour later, I was twitching in the backseat of my friendís car talking complete gibberish. I thought I was having a seizure.
As we were driving I was completely oblivious to everything that was going on around me. My brain knew what I wanted to say, but whenever I opened my mouth all I could say 'Oh, Fuck Yeah!'. My brain felt like silly putty and I was completely annihilated in ways I can't even explain.
When we got back to the house, my stupid ass decided to eat 2 more Gabitrils. Everybody else I was with was taking more too. Next thing I know, it's 12 hours later, the house is completely trashed, Iím waking up and still twitching. My friend shit himself, and a couple of the girls urinated in random parts of the house. I was told I had gotten up and ejaculated all over the refrigerator..
All in all, it was fucking insane and kind of awesome at the same time. The day after the incident, I had an awesome afterglow feeling which made me very content and carefree. I have vowed to never take Gabitril again, as it is a very evil drug indeed.
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