Citation: Toe key zee. "Car Wreck...Seriously.: An Experience with Inhalant (Duster), Cannabis & Alcohol (exp44114)". Erowid.org. Jan 8, 2007. erowid.org/exp/44114
Driving while intoxicated, tripping, or extremely sleep deprived is dangerous and irresponsible because it endangers other people. Don't do it!]
Experience #1: A 98 pontiac cruises down I-5. Subject Z is on his way to work. He decides to take some duster hits before he has to deal with reality. After 15 to 20 hits off the can (3 sets of 5 or 6 hits), the subject wakes up with his car wrapped around, and totaled on a tree.
Experience #2: Two months after the accident, Subject Z's girlfriend is doing the same as Z. While driving down a highway, she rolls her car under the influence of an unspecified amount of duster (probably around 10-15 lungfulls taken as 5 sets of 3 hits). She awakes upside down in an intersection.
Experience #3: It's easy to gather from the two preceding experiences that taking duster while driving may not be a safe avenue of fun practices. Subject Z however, is not satisfied with the testing methods. He decides to change the variable on the experiment from just duster to duster (20 hits), cannibis (smoked .5 grams), and two beers. The control stays as the car, highway, and high speeds. The experiment started at around 11:00 and was going nowhere till after midnight. Z is passing through an intersection, lungs still full of duster goodness. Everything goes black for him. Upon awaking, Z finds his car is performing intercourse on the front of a nice family restaurant.
He gets charged with several counts and owes $20,000+ on the restaurant. Just think a little bit before you wrap your lips around a nitrous can and put your foot to the pedal at the same time.
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