Citation: Psychonaut. "Basically Weird: An Experience with Cannabis (exp5981)". Erowid.org. Jul 26, 2001. erowid.org/exp/5981
I hit the joint about 6 or 8 times as it passed around the ring. About 15 minutes after lighting it up I started to smoke a cigarette because I always crave ciggs after getting high. I started to feel weak and stupid, just basically weird. As time passed it got much worse and I was feeling mentally retarded and physically very shitty. I felt a tightness in my chest that made me feel like my heart was weak and my thoughts were going way too deep and in the most odd directions. Like I would look at the table (we were on my pool deck sitting around a table) and I would think, 'look at the table,' nothing else. Then I would think, 'why am I thinking about the table?' Then, 'wow what the F*** is wrong with me?'
I would breathe irregularly and move very uncomfortably. I felt really deranged and crazy. I pictured myself in the most horrible way that I couldn't even explain if I tried. Like I was at the lowest level of thinking and I couldn't do anything about it. I went inside and got a drink of water. Feeling a little better after my walk inside, I sat in the bathroom just in case. I didn't spew, but I still felt horrible. The only thing I could do is wait there for it to go away. Still feeling mental, I went in my room and sat by the computer; then my 2 friends came inside from the deck. I sat by the computer just thinking about how nothing was happening but us 3 just sitting there, we were listening to music and I realized the lameness of the situation. Three stoners sitting listening to techno, I couldn't help but think the worst of everything.
This has happened about the last 6 or so times that I smoked pot. I think maybe somehow I grew allergic to it or something. Or maybe it's mixing bad with my DXMed out brain, who knows. Because of this I don't think I'll be smoking much anymore. :(
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