Citation: Nash. "Excuse Me...But May I Have Some More?: An Experience with Cocaine (exp6988)". Erowid.org. Jul 24, 2002. erowid.org/exp/6988
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I had tried coke twice before w/ no effect, but I'll tell you about my third (and first successful) experience. It was only last week actually. Where I work, mostly people smoke weed, but I found out recently that coke was going around. After being invited to try it the fist time and then getting some from a friend the second time, I thought that perhaps it just wasn't my drug of choice (pot btw). A coworker started to sell it; so, I thought w/ it now being really close by, I would try again. I bought a 20 bag and waited for a slow period. When the others were taking a smoke break, I decided to take my break to the car.
I emptied the bag and began to cut it. Now I went against my normal smart advice and didn't do much research about coke. I know a few people whose drug of choice is coke, but I stupidly didn't ask them too much. So, I just separated it into two fat lines. I rolled up a dollar and took them both in. I never felt so good in my entire life!! Nothing can really describe the feeling. I pretty thought it was better than X except that it didn't last long enough. I got a bit of nausea b/c I had taken waay too much. It was wonderful. Everything was brighter; people were warmer. It was an empathic feeling. I was told that I was moving around like a hummingbird for the most part talking a mile a minute.
I would repeat the experience again and have done so. I boght some more that evening, but I drew that out over a few days. I love cocaine. If I could afford it, I would do it more often. Lucky for me, doing coke takes a backseat to paying the rent. I worried about becoming addicted, but I have conciously limited myself to coke. I limit myself to pot for the most part, but I would never deny myself the white. One just has to do it sparingly.
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