Citation: Gargle. "A Bomb to Ecstasy: An Experience with MDMA (Ecstasy) & Cannabis (exp10092)". Erowid.org. Aug 19, 2004. erowid.org/exp/10092
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Only a few words can describe this truly amazing experience. I know now why it was given the nickname ecstasy. It *is* pure ecstacy. I dropped a 'bomb' tablet at around 8:00 after having a light meal and a couple of bowls of weed. I started out with my enhances getting more intense. I walked out onto the porch, and just realized everything seemed a lot more beutiful. Things were coming on hard by 8:30, and life seemed great. I just talked with my friend forever. I could not express myself, I was running around the house shouting and screaming my happiness - dancing playfully to the beat of the music in the backround. I was all warm, and my feelings were that of euphoria and love. I had to call a friend of mine and tell her I loved her. The feeling was so overwhelming I could not seem to express it - almost frustrating because I could not express how much I loved life and the world! Definitely something that should be repeated, it was pure ecstasy. I went to look in the mirror at my pupils, and they were the size of quarters - you couldn't even see any color in my eyes - they were almost pure black, since my pupils were so large.
The day after was not as bad as people say it is - at least for me. As a matter of fact, in the morning I was happier than I normally am when I wake up from a night of partying. I am still feeling the afterglow effects, and, well, they are rather pleasant! I must admit I was turned off by the idea of depression the days afterwards, but since I am feeling no depression (and even if I did), it was all worth the experience of taking my truly sweet MDMA. Even the day after the use, I fetl a strong bond with the person, who was not rolling, whom I had talked to on the phone while I was rolling. I felt extremely in love and attached to that person. Even 2 days after the experience, I still feel the feelings (though not as strong) towards this person. The bottom line is that life is great - it's truly worth the money to try to go on this truly empathetic experience, where life is as bright as it should be. It is now 2 days after my experience with MDMA, and I am feeling rather 'down' and irritable. This is possibly due to the diphenhydramine that was taken for its anithistaminic use, so I can not safely say that I am depressed or irritable because of the MDMA use.
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