Citation: Still Sane. "No Regrets- Just Hard Lessons Learned!: An Experience with Methamphetamine (exp47600)". Erowid.org. Nov 20, 2018. erowid.org/exp/47600
I recently did a half gram of meth that changed my entire life. This was NOT my first rodeo by no means. I went to our local bar where I hooked up with a local pervert that did the basic supplying for our surrounding youth. Now this 'older' man was not attractive, but had more sex with attractive younger women than many 'average joes' dream about... He gave them what they wanted, and vice versa. I, however, refused to fuck the toothless wonder, and gave him a fifty dollar bill instead. I was on my way to my uphoric state.
ONE LINE- I shook my ass all night at the bar. Nothing has ever made me feel sexier. All my gaurds were down. My jaws were clinched and grinding, and my tongue was dry and lashing. I knew no stranger. My boyfriend and I stayed until the bar closed.
TWO LINES- I returned home. Scrubbed the walls, cleaned my bathroom, fucked like rabbits, shampooed my couch, swept and mopped, fucked again, etc.
THE REMAINDER- At this point we decided to dump the rest of the bag on a plate and continue through the morning. ( watching the sunrise is not nearly as beautiful when I'm paranoid) The combo of coming down and trying to be up tore my emotions apart. I couldn't be alone with my thoughts. I was evil. I let my paranoia take over. I saw silhouttes of men in my room, I was suddenly leary of my boyfriend, scared he was goin crazy, too, I heard voices, etc.
This was not normal. I would have given my right arm for a sack of weed, but I was to paranoid to go pick it up. I had three days of not doing any kind of drug... But I still slept only four hours in those three days. I broke a tooth off from grinding my teeth, my lungs were sore from smoking six packs of cigs in three days, I was smelly and bitchy for those three days...
Sounds like it cost a little more than fifty bucks, right?
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