Citation: Timmy. "Thrust Into a New Dimension of Sights and Sounds: An Experience with LSD & Lorazepam (exp43675)". Erowid.org. Jun 18, 2018. erowid.org/exp/43675
First Time Too Much
I was hanging out with a good friend of mine at his place when we starting talking about other drugs we might try during a nightly smoking session. I said that I was interested in Acid, but my friend(M we'll call him) said that he thought it to be too dangerous, not knowing that I had just purchased 3 Blotters of LSD that afternoon. Frustrated, I went down to the kitchen grabbed a tall glass of vodka , swallowed three tabs awaiting my first trip ever. I went up stairs and we continued smoking, forgetting quickly about the big mistake I had just made.
After about another hour of smoking I saw my friends eyes light up a sparky green as his face contorted into shapes like I had never seen before. Freaked out, I fell out of my chair and M got off his bed and yelled at me to relax he said 'calm the fuck down, its marijuana, oh shit! What else did you take?' I muttered out L-S-D quietly in shock of rememberance. 'where did you get it? How much did you take?' M asked, but I didn't answer, I had been thrust into a new dimension of sights and sounds, I can't really put into words what I felt like or saw, but its what I had kind of expecting from hearing other's experiences. I was very scared, not a bad trip though, and I only remember a short trip until M came back and mixed what he said the next morning were 3 lorazepam into a glass of water. He made me drink it and after what seemed like seconds I passed out asleep and woke up 9 hours later the next morning. I don't feel like I experienced the full effect due to being tranq'ed, but I got the idea and would try it again, just a little more controlled. M was really pissed at me at first, but got over it quickly. I was just thankful he helped me out like that.
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