Citation: Sensmiestro. "Robocop: An Experience with DXM & Cannabis (exp43730)". Erowid.org. Feb 5, 2008. erowid.org/exp/43730
Last Halloween my friends convinced me that it would be a good idea to Robotrip. So, I dressed up like a cop and bought 3 bottles of extra strength DXM cough syrup. After a long afternoon of smoking dank nuggets, as I was standing on the back porch of my fraternity house, being urged on by friends, I drank the first 2 bottles on an empty stomach.
For the first hour nothing really happened other than feeling sick. At some point about 1 1/2 hours post ingestion, I drank the third bottle and tasted it twice. In other words, started puking my guts up. I kept puking steadily for about the next half hour. That part really sucked. After all of this I recovered and cleaned up (as best I could). I entered into a world where I lost my perception of separating space. It was quite like ecstasy in this aspect, but the sense of closeness was not intimate, but impersonal and concentrated on the idea that we are all made of physical material and thus share all the physical material. This made my interaction with people or lack of people, intensified.
The party was on a dry autumn evening, and pretty much everyone was outside. Thus, when I went outside, I was overwhelmed by the vibes (the presence generated by people) and pushed inside by the flow(Read the phucking book). When I went inside I felt really depressed that there were not any people there. Anyway, this was pretty much the night. I did run around to random slutty looking girls putting small police badges in their cleavage yelling 'I'm Robocop, and you're my deputy bitch'. Then I ran inside before I was overwhelmed by everything. That was fun. After that I don't really remember anything, but I did not have a hangover.
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