Citation: Larzo. "A Night with the Usual: An Experience with Alcohol, Tobacco & Cannabis (exp22884)". Erowid.org. Feb 10, 2006. erowid.org/exp/22884
I was stuck at home on a friday night and I figured I'd make the best of it and have a little party with myself. I looked around the house and located a bottle of Irish Cream (60 proof). I poured myself a tall glass full with the intentions of chugging it. However I got sidetracked and went looking for a gram of regs I had left over from a session with my best friend the day before.
I found the marijuana and surveyed that I didnt have anything at hand to smoke out of because I lent my bowl to a friend of mine. So I grabbed my pack of cigarettes and began to pinch out about half of the tobacco in 5 cigarettes. I later filled the half empty cigarettes with the finely ground marijuana and smoked them throughout the evening, about 8-11.
At 11pm I drank the liquor and smoked a cigarette and was ready to sit back and relax. The mood was so lifted and despite being stranded alone at home, I was having a blast of a time. This isnt such an extraodinary event, im sure many people do things similar to this. I do it whenever I have the necessary ingredients and im home alone or bored. As simple as it may seem, these three substances when used together have such a perfect harmony. Whatever the chemical reasons may be, at the same time, all three create an ideal euphoria.
I sat back and relaxed as all of my worries drifted away and I turned on the television so I could drift off into whatever movie I began to watch. I smoked a few more of these very strong cuban cigarettes I had left over from a recent trip to mexico. Each time I smoked I got the smallest, most perfect lift back into my state of bliss. All in all, what posed to be a boring and dull night turned into what couldnt have any more fun.
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