Citation: Brett. "Pretty Weird: An Experience with Gabapentin (Neurontin) (exp8186)". Erowid.org. Feb 10, 2004. erowid.org/exp/8186
I was really bored one night, and I really wanted some pot, or coke or anything that I could get my hands on. Everyone was asleep or gone, so I was stuck at home, 1 am wanting anything to do to fuck me up. I remembered that I had some pills of Neurontin that I had prescribed to me to help me sleep. I took the pill which was 400 milligrams and poured it onto a piece of paper. I was going to take more if it was good or not. I then took a dollar bill and snorted it.
I was still really bored so I went out and ate something, I had a lot of mucus coming through my mouth that tasted disgusting, and I was having second thoughts on whether I should have done it. A little bit after, I laid down in my bed, cause I got really tired. I turned the radio on and was really getting into the music. After a little while, I started to shake my head back and forth almost uncontrollably. I knew I could stop shaking my head, but it felt so good I didnt want to stop. I did that for a while and was laughed for no reason a lot. It was now about 2:30am.
I hadnt been sleeping good the past week or so, so this probably added to my high. I then closed my eyes to go to sleep, right when I did this, I was in my friends house watching TV and such, I then remembered I was in my bed, so I sat up. Thinking that was pretty weird but alright, I closed my eyes again. Then was in my friends house again, but this time standing up, I remembered to tell my friend that I wasnt feeling good, so I started talking but then fell to the ground mumbling. After this I realized again that I was in my bed about to go to sleep.
After that last hallucination, or whatever it was, I went to sleep. I woke up the next morning feeling very tired and drained.
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