Citation: Daniel H.. "Socially Intimate: An Experience with DET (exp2268)". Erowid.org. Jun 30, 2000. erowid.org/exp/2268
Wa-a-ay back in my foolish youth, I was party to a group who synthesized diethytrypamine. It's appearance was peculiar: like 50# motor oil with an irridescent purple sheen. When smoked, it smelled and tasted vile, much like burnt plastic. Ah, but the effect!
I saw a grumpy uptight stressed bag of college seniors turn into a joyful, socially intimate crowd. We strutted our best attributes yet were fearless in tickling any dangling neuroses (our own) that managed to intrude. Nope. No colors, no trip, no-one cared, either.
A voice student treated us to an impromptu operatic sampler, the biz maj. guy started a Monopoly game and introduced derivitive stocks into the rules, howled with laughter when the history major beat him.
The poker game fell apart after 3 hands - all our faces were open books. You get the picture. Not much hangover, either. Just somewhat fatigued the next day.
It may be difficult to synthesize, what with the problematic aspect of obtaining lithium aluminum hydride. Anyone seen or heard of it,?,
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