Citation: newtrips. "All Night Long: An Experience with MDMA & Cocaine (exp39001)". Erowid.org. Nov 15, 2019. erowid.org/exp/39001
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I had tried MDMA once before with my friend. I enjoyed the effects and I had no bad 'crash' afterwards. With this in mind, we decided to do it again, this time with a higher dose. We managed to pull together enough money between 3 people for 6 pills, 2 each. Prior to this I had also purchased a gram of cocaine.
Around 9:00pm we each took our first pill. It hit both my friends relativley fast, a half hour or so. Mine took around an hour to take effect. I decided to chop up a couple of lines of coke and also some E while I still had the power to do so. There were 6 lines of E and 3 of coke, I just wanted to have it all there incase anyone wanted some.
At 10:00 I decided to do my first line of E because the effects of the pill weren't taking effect fast. Immediately when I snorted, it hit me. It burned pretty bad, worse than coke, but it hit me harder than coke too. Thus, beginning the whole experience.
After 10:00 I lost complete track of time, I could never tell what time it was and when I was told the time, I couldn't believe how fast or slow it was passing.
So, from 10:00 I felt so intouch with everything around me. People, objects, music, anything that I was aware of. The first song that came on was Comfortably Numb by Pink Floyd, how appropriate. I connected to the song, there's no other way of explaining it. I felt like I was part of it, with every passing lyric. At this time I felt like a brick. I fell back onto the couch and simply couldn't move, and I was content with that. I heard my friends talking to me, and I acknowledged the fact they were talking, but I simply could not talk back. This went on for an hour I'm assuming.
The next phase of the experience is when I got up and started to walk. I walked around, stumbling my way around the entire basement, almost doing laps around the house. I couldn't stop touching things, my hair, my friends hair, fabrics of all kinds, I was thrilled with touching anything. It felt suprisingly good. Anyway, I was so content with everything, nothing could go wrong. Talking never felt so good, my friends and I were all on the same level, it felt amazing. This stayed the same for another couple hours, 5 I'm guessing.
When we all decided we were coming off it, we just sat back and talked, a lot. About anything, stories, events of our day, etc. Then when it finally felt over, we cranked out another little chunck of a pill, swallowed it with water and sat for a bit. Those previous lines I cut were sitting there, so we decided 'why not?' There was also some lines of E that we didn't use before. So my friend convinced me to mix them, although I wasn't thrilled about the idea, seeing as how strong stimulants and Ecstacy aren't a very good mix. We did it anyway, and man, did it burn. But it hit us all hard, like a train. And we were thrown back into the feeling once again, like we went back in time. And the same effects happened, but this time we had so much more energy than we thought, we walked around my friends basement for literally 6 hours. I did laps and just kept playing with my hair, my other friend was pulling clumps of his hair out.
I finally took note of the time, 8am. I couldn't believe it. We had been pretty much doing nothing for the entire night, since 9pm. It was now morning, and we were still on it. I kept walking and I couldnt put myself to sleep.
The story ends with all of us catching 0 minutes of sleep, literally. And I didn't go to sleep until 11pm the next night. I went around 30 hours with no sleep, I felt so tired and wasted the following afternoon. But for some reason I also felt regenerated, rested. It was odd, I'd do it again in a second.
All in all I think it's a good experience to be aware of.
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