Citation: Pharmer Bob. "I Wake Up and Don't Remember Much: An Experience with Clonazepam (exp48763)". Erowid.org. Mar 17, 2019. erowid.org/exp/48763
I like klonopin (pins). I discovered them when I was 17. My friend had a few little tiny white pills he found in his mom's medicine cabinet. He asked me if I knew what it was and I told him it didn't look familiar but if I ate it, I might know what it was. It really messed me up and I tried to find out what it was through my friend but he had found it in a bottle with a bunch of other things. So I started asking around the pharmecutical world if anybody know what it could have been and while I still haven't figured out what that little white pill was, someone told me that the effects of it sound a lot like klonopin, or generic clonazepam. I quickly got my hands on some and was satisfied with the results, although it wasn't the same as that tiny little white one my friend had given me.
When taken in the right doses:
Klonopin makes me really relaxed. Every so often I may forget where I am or what I am doing or who I am with. Then, the next day I wake up and don't remember much but a few bits and pieces. I think it's fun because I have all these blank spots in my memory that start to fill in as the day goes on. I will start recalling things such as how I got from point A to point B or where I left my car.
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