Citation: BlueManGroup. "One Hell of a Year: An Experience with Oxycodone (exp86804)". Erowid.org. Jul 31, 2018. erowid.org/exp/86804
Ok, Well first off I am 23 and have pretty much tried everything under the sun except, H, CRACK, Meth, and I think that's it. I've obviously smoked weed or where would my gateway be lol. Ok so I have smoked weed,drank, done coke, e, xanax, valium, shrooms, somas, Lsd, Special K, and 2c-b.
At this point I was never into opiates because for some reason someone told me I was allergic to Codeine, so from highschool on I believed it. Then one day I said fuck it and took 3 Norcos, and fell in love. We called it being hazed out. Eventually after 6 Months of Hydrocodone got boring and wasn't what I was looking for anymore. Now it was time for something new. Percs were next and they were great, but I knew the tylenol was real bad so I moved to roxies.
MMMM first it was only on saturdays, then once and a while during the week. Then 6 Months later passed and I was eating them for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, after dinner. Couldn't get enough. I loved the 30mg ones because they break up so easily to snort. The name brand ones are annoying to break up especially with the coating, but whatever I could get my hands on. It literally started off taking one or two blue dudes a day, to snorting 10-14, Eventually I wasn't getting high anymore so I moved onto 80's and I would take a break for a week, go through the horrible withdrawals and go right back then a day break then none and just kept getting higher wasting more and more money spending easily a thousand a week.
Well I decided to quit after a good long run because I can't stand being addicted to anything. The next 3-5 days were hell then after that it still sucked for another 10 days, I know I won't take them again, but it sucks that I had to get carried away or I could still be feeling them now once and a while. Addiction is ridiculous and a very very expensive habbit.
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