Citation: Pharmacist. "Dabbling for About a Year: An Experience with Inhalants - Gasoline (exp86756)". Erowid.org. Sep 12, 2018. erowid.org/exp/86756
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I could start with the typical statement of how dangerous gas huffing is, but you all know that by now. I have been dabbling with gasoline for about a year now one day out of the week. I can usually get what I refer to as a vision/dreamstate about twice in a day with use of gas. Repeated huffing will eventually just produce no results.
Upon taking the first couple of deep breaths of the substance, a warm feeling comes over me. Sounds become amplified, while others become altogether new sounds. Eventually I will come to a point in which I have entered a vision/dream state. Some of the things I have seen include a police raid taking place at my neighbor’s house, a person appearing from within a lawnmower and speaking with me, a secret passage underneath my back porch, and a bar from a local Mexican Restaurant. I have also at some points been able to feel as if I was able to manipulate my environment for instance rotating the entire earth in a noticeable fashion.
The hangover type feeling is prevalent and at some points worse than others, but I cannot decide if sometimes what is bringing me down is simply the remaining smell/taste of the gas and the constant reminder I placed something like that in to my body.
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