Citation: kay. "Never Go to Sleep: An Experience with Oxycodone (exp51283)". Erowid.org. Jul 28, 2018. erowid.org/exp/51283
..so I was having a bad day. I guess that's how first times usually start out; bad times or curiousity. Maybe I had both. At school I was given two oxycodone--practically for free. Yes, I did make sure they were the right pills.
Anyways, the next day I came home and took one (I gave the other to my girlfriend) The effects came slowly--no pun intended because I did start to get a little heavy within one hour tops. I went on a walk with my friends, and by the end of it, my breathing wasn't top notch (I was out of breath)
Let me say also, that I dont think my breathing was affected by the pill (I have bad lungs). After 45minutes I decided to get some rest-I had school the next day.
I started to chew on my comforter. I thought it was chocolate cake like the one in the movie MATILDA. It was a good while before I woke up and realized that there was no cake. I eventually fell back asleep when I realized that my girlfriend was out with this other chick who likes her. I started to freak out. So I woke up and called her. Nope, that other chick had moved away two days ago. I knew this I suppose. I knew it when I was calling my girl. But the dream felt so vivid, and it felt so real that I knew it had to have been the oxycodone.
That's the end of my experience, and I can't wait to eat some more chocolate cake.
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