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Euphoric but Crazed Roll
Unknown (Sold as Ecstasy) & Cannabis
by Ewm
Citation:   Ewm. "Euphoric but Crazed Roll: An Experience with Unknown (Sold as Ecstasy) & Cannabis (exp55906)". Aug 26, 2009.

T+ 0:00
1 tablet oral Unknown  
  T+ 0:00   repeated smoked Cannabis (plant material)
  T+ 0:45 2 tablets oral Unknown  


[Erowid Note: Driving while intoxicated, tripping, or extremely sleep deprived is dangerous and irresponsible because it endangers other people. Don't do it!] during the first trip around his neighborhood, I was literally hallucinating. I was seeing people walking down the road, but when I would look again, they would vanish in a cloud of smoke. I could WATCH them vanish. I parked the car in his driveway and decided to wait a little longer.

T +4:00 - it was already almost 4am by this time, and I was still hallucinating. I really really needed to get back home. While I think this was a retarted decision, I decided to begin the journey home. My drive from Friend A's house is a little less than an hour. I decided that if I took back roads and went only as fast as I could stand, I would be alright. Although nothing bad happened on the way home, I saw multiple occasions which it could have. The entire trip home I was hallucinating. I would just see people walking on the side of the road, and the closer I got, they just vanished. The way my headlights were lighting the road created very odd patterns, some of which I believe I could only perceive in that particular state of mind. It took me over an hour and a half to get home.

Once I returned home, I went to my bedroom and lost complete track of time. I was sitting in front of my computer just looking at it. I was still hallucinating, but mildly at this point. I kept seeing people in my closet, like they were stealing my clothes. I actually held a conversation with a friend of mine who was in there, and at the end of it, I told him to get out. As soon as I said that, I realized I was hallucinating and felt very stupid for talking to my closet door.

I'm not sure, but I'm almost positive that I overdosed that night. My heart was racing, I was sweating, and my eyes COULD NOT stay still. My thought patterns were VERY irrational. Mostly, I've only heard rare occasions of people hallucinating on X. Throughout the night, I was not thinking 'Oh my god, I'm gonna die'... rather, I somehow kept the mindset of 'This is the best I've ever felt in my life!!' I believe that fact saved me a trip to the hospital. As I said above, I may not know my limits when it comes to drugs, but I DO know what feels good and what doesn't. I also know that if I feel bad or have negative thoughts, this is most likely how my trip will end up.

I am writing this at about T+21:00 and all I can really say is that I am very much e-tarted. Anything more than getting up to use the restroom requires too much energy and most likely will not be done. Unlike most people, my e-tardation does not depress me. After a roll on E, it almost seems I realize what wonder and beauty surrounds me.

Exp Year: 2006ExpID: 55906
Gender: Male 
Age at time of experience: Not Given 
Published: Aug 26, 2009Views: 7,721
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