Citation: Katy. "LSD Experience: An Experience with LSD & Ecstasy (exp6532)". Erowid.org. Apr 28, 2001. erowid.org/exp/6532
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My first time 'candy-flipping' was one of the the oddest drug experiences Ive ever had.
To start with I took 2 hits of LSD at about one a.m. I immediately got extremly giggly and couldnt move bc I was laughing so hard. I thought that everything I looked at was alive and that I was having some sort of private joke with them that only I could understand.
Our Ecstacy didnt arrive ontime so at about 4 oclock I took another hit. About 45 minuets later my senses felt completly overloaded. I had to remain sitting bc the visuals were so powerful and I felt dizzy. Everything was moving, and I felt very perceptive to peoples emotions. I *knew* I could sense what people were thinking, and even though my friends were being friendly I could read their thoughts and knew that they were thinking other things about me...20 minutes later I was sitting in the back of a moving vehicle. I felt like the whole world was revolving around me and it was at this time that the visuals got very intense. The clouds were forming shapes (which I could control) and i got very nervous and it was hard to breath.
About 30 minuets later my friend and I took our e and 15 minuets after that I started feeling very nice and friendly and warm to everyone for a little over an hour. I felt cuddly and very open and honest. I went for a walk and suddenly its like all the drugs hit me again at once. I got very withdrawn and was overcome by the visuals I was having. I felt unable to talk and my thoughts were moving so fast that they wouldnt fit into words. Its like I was speaking a foreign launguage. I couldnt process anything that anyone was saying. My mind went completly blank. When my friend went to give me a hug, it was as if the LSD took over and I wanted to hug them back but I pushed them away in disquest.
The rest of that day I felt very withdrawn and alone. I was in my own world and analyzing everything in my mind. It was a very melancholy feeling. I still couldnt talk for most of the day or express myself at all.
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