Citation: Tal . "Pain Killing to Straight Chilling: An Experience with Codeine & Acetaminophen (exp83725)". Erowid.org. Feb 22, 2016. erowid.org/exp/83725
I was 18 and in university. Not many people do drugs here at all which was kind of upsetting but I have learned to live with that fact. I had recently met a friend who was surprisingly more experienced than me. It was hard to find him so it made me pretty excited. The night before this night I had gone to a classified concert on campus and I was in the front row. This guy wanted my front row spot so badly that he crushed me to a pulp against a metal bar. I mean hes 6 feet and probably 200 pounds crushing an 110 pound girl. What was he thinking? Anyways I got very pissed and he ruined my time there because after it hurt quite a bit.
The next day I woke up and it was hurting even more. It progressively hurt more throughout the day and by dinner time it hurt so much that I was crying in the cafeteria and wasn’t in the mood for dinner. My friend joined me at the cafeteria and told me to go out with him that night. I told him my back hurt so much that I couldn’t go. He told me he had some Tylenol 3s and I was ecstatic. Being quite a codeine fiend I was happy that I could do some after not doing them for a while and this time I had a legitimate reason. We went into his room and at first I downed 4 of them. After about an hour I felt better but the pain was still significant. I decided to take 3 more.
After another hour all of the pain was gone and I was smiling. I went from tears to a big smile on my face. We decided to go party hopping and that night we ended up going to 3 of the best parties that I had ever been to since I got to university. The whole time we were dancing and laughing. My misery turned into a great time as always codeine kills my pain and misery.
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