Citation: anonymous. "2 Months of Speed Without Knowing It: An Experience with Amphetamines (Adderall) (exp56514)". Erowid.org. Dec 9, 2020. erowid.org/exp/56514
Last year I started a new school I knew most of people but only had a couple really close friends. A guy friend I had suggested I try 'this stuff' and not knowing really what it was I agreed. That Thursday he brought about 10 30mg adderall to school and that night I crushed and snorted it with two of my girlfriends, since we didn't have school the next day. By Saturday night all of the pills were gone and we had already gotten more. I started to feel really sick and had to lay down, while everyone else played drinking games.
I didn't think my stomach could handle any alcohol, or even and marajuana, which for me was ridiculous. Finally one concerned guy asked if I wanted something to eat. It was then that I realized that I hadn't eaten anything since Thursday breakfest besides grapes to cover up the awful taste of the adderall drip. After my confession I was 'force fed' by my friends something like a piece of bread and some carrots. I decided what I needed was some more adderall and so I snorted a couple more lines of adderall. By then I was feeling great and ended up smoking a couple grams with the other people at the house. When Monday morning came I couldn't handle going to school so I railed an adderall. It became a daily tradition, I would get around 3-4 hours of sleep and still have tons of false energy. I had a theory that if I constantly took adderall I would never have to go through crashing, which I had experienced the first weekend.
I ended up loosing around 20 pounds in the first month and spending hundreds of dollars on other kids perscriptions. I stopped taking adderall after about 2 months when I went on vacation and couldn't get any before. It only took me the first couple days after my major crash to realize I looked discusting. I had gotten to around 90 pounds, my cheeks were sunken and my boobs were even more nonexistent.
When kids start adderall they don't realize that it's actually a drug. But it is... And I wish more than anything now that I never started that first 3 day weekend.
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