What the Hell....
Citation: Bacon. "What the Hell....: An Experience with Cocaine (exp68343)". Erowid.org. Sep 25, 2017. erowid.org/exp/68343
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Iv been a marijuana smoker for quite some time now and I decided to try somthing new, somthing of the next level. A couple of my friends had found a coke dealer in our area a couple months ago and had been telling me about the effects of this drug. I had to experience it, even knowing the drug is addictive it didnt matter much to me because I wasnt going to be doing it over a long period of time.
Day 1: I was chilling with a couple friends at my friend B's house and a man I had not known came in and aparently knew my friends and was looking for some people to help clean up his house and the reward would be some lines of cocaine. I obliged. My first line was a pretty big one because I had told him I had done it before which I hadnt, I didnt feel anything but I decided to keep it to myself.
Day 2: A couple months later me and my friends were drinking in his basement and he had had a couple grams and I began taking lines, I took about 7 yet I felt nothing at all I continued to do more and I was at about 14 and still nothing I was very confused and I was told no more for it would be a waste.
Day 3: About a month later we were again drinking in his basement and I had decided to give it another try, 4 lines and nothing... I began to wonder if I was somehow immune to the drug. So we had decided to test it by me taking lines until I felt something, I had taken 35 lines over 2 hours and I felt nothing and these wernt no small lines either, they were quite fat and I decided no more because too much might kill me.
All in all I personally think I am immune to cocaine because no it did not give me the feeling of being god or a high and was a waste of my time and neither was it addicting, I have not done it in months and never plan on doing it again.
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