Citation: Rolling Johnny. "Worried About Work: An Experience with 6-APB (exp90321)". Erowid.org. Sep 3, 2017. erowid.org/exp/90321
330pm ~ Got 'Birthday card' from England and excitedly called friend to come hang out.
415pm ~ Friend has arrived and begun to consume 6-APB
420pm ~ Ironically smoked 'legal' cannabis alternative and started with first drink of vodka and Fresca
500pm ~ Began to feel MDMA like symptoms
530pm ~ Full on roll, still able to speak coherently, but notice higher than normal sense of confidence.
600pm ~ Consume large salad and Easy-Mac, take supplemental dosage of 6-APB.
700pm ~ Finished watching first movie, but need something less intelligent per se... so we turn on Archer. New friend arrives, who doesn't consume and not sure he is ever aware of my friend's and my state of mind
900pm ~ Made mango and vanilla ice cream but at this point only consuming vodka and fesca, patiently waiting for non-rolling friend to enjoy himself and get tired to go home as wanting to smoke again.
1000pm ~ non-rolling friend leaves, still feeling the good vibes, discussing literature and politics with rolling friend.
1100pm ~ rolling friend is coming down and leaves. Go to bed and sleep for a bit, fall asleep much faster than usual.
700am ~ wake up because of alarm set, have to work in 2 hours. Still rolling worried about work as eyes are extremely dilated and feeling the roll.
800am ~ taking shower, try breathing exercises and cold shower, which as usually doesn't do shit. Prepare for work, and drive to work.
913am ~ At work, very good mood and smiling, eyes still dilated, still rolling but slight headache on right side and pain in left arm, might be signs of dehydration. Will consume a liter of water later.
TL/DR Very good but very long lasting roll - wish I hadn't had things to do the day after.
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