Citation: Gagak. "Fun Night With Friends: An Experience with MDAI & Alcohol (exp89583)". Erowid.org. Aug 9, 2011. erowid.org/exp/89583
Some friends and I ordered a few grams of MDAI on an internet website that we'd ordered other chemicals off before. I researched MDAI and honestly, had low expectations. My preferential chemicals are Methylone and MDMA. I had taken a couple months off doing anything other than alcohol so, I was excited to try something, but had read many descriptions of others taking this chemical with little or no effects.
We took 100mg dose mixed with liquid and had a couple of drinks (2 or three strong drinks). Not alcoholics anything, but we drink quite a bit, so when we started to feel it, we questioned ourselves and thought it could be the alcohol. About 25 minutes after initial dose we knew it was more than the alcohol. I had an inexplicable happy feeling and felt as if I could talk forever. People I had been pissed at just an hour previous suddenly became my best friend. The feeling was a lot stronger than I had expected it to be and I really loved it. Everyone in our group had the same reaction to the initial dose and we all decided to up it about 50mg a little over an hour after initial dose. I'm not sure how much this did, but my high lasted a very long time. I peaked at about 1 hour and stayed at peak for about an hour. After that, I stayed pretty high for 2-3 hours.
I slept easily through the night (usually does not happen with me and methylone or MDMA).
The following day I was drowsy, but felt great.
I don't know why my experience differs so greatly with others. I was thinking at first that maybe the website had sent us a different chemical, but if so, which one? I have tried the others that would be similar and it didn't feel exactly like any of them. Also, the alcohol?? Perhaps a few drinks really boosts it a lot, I'm not sure. Either way, my experience was phenomenal and look forward to trying it again.
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