Citation: god. "Not Always a Happy High: An Experience with Ecstasy (exp20023)". Erowid.org. Feb 5, 2004. erowid.org/exp/20023
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I was at a party with my boyfriend and some friends. Somebody was selling purple motorola ecstasy pills. One of the friends I was with had taken HALF of one the week before and rolled very hard (even though she had rolled just a week before THAT). We all bought pills, me and my boyfriend deciding to split one instead of taking it whole. This was my third time taking ecstasy. The last time I had used it was AT LEAST 2 weeks before that, possibly more. We decided we would take the pill late, around 12, instead of 11ish when my other friends took theirs. Before taking it we were told that it was mdma but cut with ketamine. Our other friends were rolling happily, so we decided it would be okay.
The time came and we split the pill, almost evenly. My boyfriends half was probably a little bigger (I had had a bad experience on dxm the week before and didnt want to take too much). I took it and waited for the effects. And waited. And waited. I felt slightly high, slightly empathetic, and then very paranoid. I had NO REASON to be paranoid, it was probably just because of my recent coricidin mishap. Anyway, for the next four or so hours I lay in the grass outside wanting to leave, wishing all the people would go away and just wanting to be with my boyfriend. I was very mellow and easily annoyed and felt really apart from everybody except my boyfriend. I really wanted to lie down inside with him somewhere and just be with him. Even good friends of mine whose company I usually enjoy kind of pissed me off. I was worried about overheating, although I was outside in the cold at night and drinking water. I made people check my pulse. My boyfriend said he felt a little high, but not very. The negative feelings wore off after a few hours and I was able to relate to my friends normally. I was also very tired. Then I scored some ketamine on its own and was happy. That is all.
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