Citation: Ecognine. "One of the Best Nights of Partying I Have Ever Had: An Experience with Cocaine, Alcohol - Beer & Cigarettes (exp51157)". Erowid.org. Sep 13, 2019. erowid.org/exp/51157
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Coke and Alcohol
I am a heavy drinker and cigarette smoker. I had not used cocaine in over two years, when one night I decided to buy a gram of coke. I lined up about half of the gram, remembering my previous tolerance to cocaine. I had already had about 8 busch light beers before I started blowing lines. Soon after blowing the lines, I found that I had lost all of my tolerance to cocaine, and I was 'coked out' for about an hour before I regained control of myself. After this I continued to snort cocaine that night, although I used much smaller portions. I continued to drink as well, even though I knew the compound formed in the liver when cocaine and alcohol were combined was cocaethylene, a compound much more toxic to the body than cocaine or ethanol by themselves.
The best I have ever felt in my life was shortly after the first line of cocaine I ever snorted. The second best I have ever felt was the episode described in the earlier paragraph. Soon after snorting the first lines of the night, I felt better than I had since first trying cocaine. During the night, I snorted an entire gram of cocaine, had approximately 15 beers, and smoked about a pack of cigarettes, which helped boost the cocaine high for a few minutes after every cigarette.
That night was one of the best nights of partying I have ever had, and soon I began to buy a gram of coke for every weekend. I quickly gained a tolerance to coke again, and I would finish a gram easily in one night, while drinking.
I started to notice a few negative effects of my cocaine use. In the past, I had used coke both while sober and while drinking. I found that using cocaine while drinking would make my hangover worse the next morning. I would consider myself to have an 'addictive' personality, and cocaine is perhaps one of the most psychologically addictive substances. This may make cocaine seem safer than other, physically addictive, drugs. After I finish the cocaine that I have on the weekends, I always have to keep myself from buying more, even when I know that I have important things to do.
Thus far, I have been able to stop cocaine from taking over my life, but I cannot guarantee that this will not happen in the future.
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