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Such a Head Change
by Mug
Citation:   Mug. "Such a Head Change: An Experience with Mushrooms (exp33665)". Aug 19, 2006.

  smoked Mushrooms (dried)
    insufflated Mushrooms (ground / crushed)


This has happened on two different occasions.

The smoking was first, heard rumors that it would fuck me up and hit me fast and wasnít like shrooming.

Well, I hit it, tasted horrible, smelt horrible and I considered it a waste of the cap immediately.

I got really giggle and a fast head change, even though my mouth tasted like burnt ass and fungus. Everything became quite woozy, and I was slightly dumb, like when I eat shrooms, but less oblivious to everything. A constant 'dur' moment.

Snorting was different.

I ground it up in a coffee grinder (which I also have ground up weed in). Me and my friend - who is 6'1 and weighs a lot more than me - did a 2 inch line each, he just said it hurt and didnít do much but make him laugh a little.

For me, (Iíve never snorted anything else either), I got really giggle and happy FAST. I was like a little kid, yet still aware of everything. Just happy. Sound was more exquisite and I saw SLIGHT visuals (cottage cheese ceiling flowing and wall textures slowly moving).

It was pretty cool for such a small amount.

Exp Year: 2003ExpID: 33665
Gender: Male 
Age at time of experience: Not Given 
Published: Aug 19, 2006Views: 8,112
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