Citation: Andie. "Going 'Downtown': An Experience with Heroin, LSD & Cannabis (exp66796)". Erowid.org. Jun 18, 2018. erowid.org/exp/66796
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I was bored one night so decided to take half a tab of acid, just for fun. Half a tab isn't enlightening or anything, it just makes me smile and laugh. I encountered some heroin dealer who lives nearby and snorted a line. I just layed down on his bed and melted. Then there he came with a bong full of really good weed. I had never smoked before, and I took a deep inhale. It hurt so much! I coughed my brains out and needed water. My throat just BURNED. I made the guy turn on 'Downtown' by Petula Clark because I love that song. Supposedly I took another hit of the weed ( I don't remember this, but oh well) and I closed my eyes, and there I was. Downtown. The lights were bright, I was on the sidewalk surrounded by tall buildings. But everything was a bright whiteish shade, as if the sun were illuminating everything.
I had no concept of time. When I opened my eyes I was back in this world, downtown no longer. I continued doing heroin throughout the night, every hour or so or whenever it would start wearing off the slightest bit.
7 hours passed and I had to go to class. It felt like maybe 2 hours max.
It was an interesting experience though, but I don't think the acid really had anything to do with the effects.
Afterwords I ran to class (without sleeping at all) all sweaty and itchy, but the high lasted surprisingly longer than usual before the craving came on. I went to 2 out of 4 classes and during the skipped ones, I just relaxed on the grass basking in the sunlight. It felt SO great.
Later I stumbled to my friends frat and crashed for 6 hours. I craved heroin a bit the following days, and I had scratches all over my neck and stomach from the itchiness. My leg muscles were painfully sore for about a week after and walking was a bitch.
But, the overall high was incredibly long and I think that might've had to do with the drug combinations, though I'm not sure.
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