Citation: A night of PCP. "Rage and Energy: experience with PCP (ID 25571)". Erowid.org. Mar 22, 2010. erowid.org/exp/25571
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The night started like any other one. I was chilling with my friends at the hill, smoking a few joints and relaxing. A couple of my friends walked by and told me that they were doing PCP later. I hadn't done any chemical drugs in a long time, as I respect the health of my body to most degrees. For some strange reason though, I decided that tonight was the night to do PCP.
I had experimented with the substance before, but never a strong dose, only little samplers. I know how bad the stuff is for you. I decided to do a full out dose of 20 mg, knowing that would be the perfect amount for me to explore a more full PCP high. I split the 20 mg dose into two seperate lines and inhaled. I decided to wait a few minutes, then smoked another joint to help bring the effects into motion. That's when the energy started to come.
Everything was so intense and extreme. I never had such a sense of what was really real infront of me, which is strange because one would figure that a disassociative would do the opposite. Violent thoughts ran through my head constantly. I had mental pictures of fighting my close friends, and complete strangers. Luckily I wasn't so out of control that I acted on these thoughts, though I can understand how a higher dose of this substance would make a person lose that control.
I ran, I jumped, I did pushups for no reason, I was king of my own reality. Everything was so easy to achieve with my hands... but I couldn't think well at all. Matters of might were nothing, yet matters of mental were impossible. They call it dummy dust for a reason.
After returning home, being around 3 hours from taking lines, my roommate was watching the movie Blade 2. What better movie could a man on PCP want? I found myself mesmerized by the blood and gore, wishing that I could take place in the fighting. Did I mention that I'm a passive blood wuss in real life? That's the power of this substance. Anyway, after watching that, it was late and I decided to try my hand at sleep, which I knew wouldn't be easy. I stayed up all that night thinking about kung-fu, then went to work the next day with a massive headache.
That is all.
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