Citation: Ted L.. "Hallucination, Pulp Fiction Style: An Experience with Caffeine (exp5539)". Erowid.org. Jan 17, 2002. erowid.org/exp/5539
So, 2 years ago I was addicted to Vivarin, real bad. There was a dollar store near me that sold it 200 for a $1. It was insane, and there was just so much of it.
One night, I decide to take 20 at once. I had to, I had homework and studying to do, but why 20? Who knows? I finished all my homework way earlier than planned and it was 4 AM and I had nothing to do. So, I popped in Pulp Fiction in my VCR. About an hour into it, I started getting these sharp pains in my stomach. I ran to do the bathroom not knowing if I was gonna shit or vomit. I sat down and closed my eyes trying to forget everything. Then it happened.
I heard 2 voices from the other side of my bathroom door. I started thinking, who the fuck is out there. It's 5 AM, and everyone as far as I know is sleeping. I listen more and more intently, and I realize it is Samuel L. Jackson & John Travolta from Pulp Fiction. Soon, I come to the realization that they must be here to kill me. They are hitmen, that's what they do. I started to freak out, I refused to open the door for them, even though they were pounding on it and asking to come in. I got so scared that I thought they might just shoot through the door and kill me. So, I got into my shower, being the only thing not in front of the door and curled up with my hands over my head.
I passed out in there and my mom came to wake me up at 7:30 for school. She asked me what I was doing in there, and I said, 'I guess I was sleepwalking.' She left and I just sat there thinking about what had happened. I really got what it feels like to have your life threatened. I don't know if it was a good or bad experience, but I do know I never took that many caffei pills again.
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