Citation: Zombie2k. "Turn For The Worst: An Experience with Inhalants: Freon (exp2949)". Erowid.org. Oct 5, 2000. erowid.org/exp/2949
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I had heard from a mutual friend that huffing freon could produce a very good but short lasting 'buzz'. After learning and studying on how to retrieve the freon from air conditioners, my best friend and I tried it. It's sweet, tastes almost like honey. We were huffing in our 'party barn' with hard wood floors and a pool table. I took in about 4 huffs the first time and handed the bag to my friend. I started to almost feel as if I was falling asleep and sought the nearest chair. As I awoke from what seemed to be an hour long trip and saw my friend crawling around like a dog I found myself laughing. Well, we both 'sobered' up and I tried it again.
This time I was leaning against the pool table and kept huffing and huffing, telling my friend to grab the bag when I closed my eyes. The last thing I remember is my face boucing off the side of the pool table. I woke up in a ear piercing scream that seemed to be coming from my mouth. And to my surprise it was. Laying stomach down on the hard wood floor, my chin propped up. I couldn't move, it was as if I had lost all control over my muscles. My friend came over and tried to help me up. When he touched me I screemed in bloody murder. All-in-all, I had huffed about 10-15 hits, we think, and passed out slamming into the pool table on my travels downward and then onto the floor. I broke my neck and have nerve damage for the rest of my life. Unless you're a complete dumbass, PLEASE, do not do this stuff. Looking for a cheap high, just forget freon, its a bad scene.
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