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Heaven: In Pill Form
Oxycodone
by Tyler
Citation:   Tyler. "Heaven: In Pill Form: An Experience with Oxycodone (exp52292)". Erowid.org. Feb 18, 2019. erowid.org/exp/52292

 
DOSE:
1 tablet insufflated Oxycodone (ground / crushed)
  1 tablet insufflated Oxycodone (ground / crushed)

BODY WEIGHT: 110 lb


I am in high school, and currently without transportation of my own to and from school, so I'm forced to bum rides off of friends. Well one day, when none of my friends could take me, I had my grandpa pick me up. We stopped by his house before going home. My grandma had just had surgery on her back, and would be out of work for four months. I went into the house and the first thing that caught my eye was a bottle of painpills, Oxycodone to be exact. Now I had experimented with numerous other drugs, such as marijuana, cocaine, crack-cocaine, heroin, crystal meth and OTC products (cough syrup, aerosol) but I had never popped pills before. I decided to try it. When both my grandparents were in another room, I took five pills out the bottle, which may seem like alot but there was alot of pills in the bottle to begin with. I situated everything right again and told my grandpa I was ready to go home.

At home I called up my friend Sam, My drug buddy. I told her all about the pill, and I decided I would take it while on the phone with her, because, to me, doing drugs alone just makes me sad. So I crushed up a pill, on my girlfriend Jessica's history book might I add, and rolled up a dollar bill. The pill was so small it only made about 4 or 5 good lines, but it was enough to get me messed up. After snorting them, I continued talking to Sam for about 10 more minutes, then decided the pill was a dud, so I said goodbye and hungup and went to watch TV (8 Simple Rules was on)for a little while. About 5 minutes into the show, my vision got kinda blurry so I rubbed my eyes, figuring I was just sleepy from going to bed so late the night before. But then I started getting lightheaded. At first I worried, but then remembered the pill. Suddenly I was blasting with energy and self-confidence. Another friend of mine, Casey, called while I was feeling like this. I didn't realize it but I had been talking so much, he had barely said 5 words, litterally. I told him about the pill, we chatted a bit (well, mostly I chatted, he listened) and then when I was off the phone, by that time I felt like superman. But suddenly all the energy came down, much like it does when I snort coke. But it went even further down, down to a feeling of complete and utter bliss. I just sat on my bed listening to slow mellow music (Beck, Rilo Kiley) and I just felt like I was flying with the music. As the high came down, I crushed another pill and snorted it, to keep the high going. My mind was foggy and it didn't matter that I had gotten an F on my test that same day, nothing mattered at all. I could feel my eyes closing, like I was sleeping. But they were always open. I could stare out into space and be attracted by absolutely nothing. It felt alot like I was high on heroin, which I loved. I'm a naturally hyperactive person, so the feelings of sleeping while your awake intrigued me. As the high came down, I was surprised to learn there was no crash, just me going back to my normal self.

I hid the other 3 pills away and awaited tomorrow, awaited taking another pill and feeling that heavenly high all over again. I definitely reccomend this pill to all people, especially those who love opiates. This is by far one of the best drugs I've done, in second place right behind my good old pal cocaine.

Exp Year: 2006ExpID: 52292
Gender: Male 
Age at time of experience: Not Given 
Published: Feb 18, 2019Views: 2,215
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