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Don't do DPH in school

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- Wed, 15 May 2019 00:57:53 EST GeBf/4O1 No.157803
File: 1557896273254.png -(515235B / 503.16KB, 744x414) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Don't do DPH in school
>be me, in college

>decide to take 600 mg of DPH + 350 mg DXM

>forget I have english in an hour

>OHSHI-

>gravity is 100x heavier than normal, dragging feet on ground like paraplegic, breathing heavily just to walk down a few hallways, walking up a staircase feels like climbing mt. everest

>random students keep eyeing me

>every few seconds I hear my name being shouted behind me, but nothing is every behind me when i look back random whispering and weird little glitches in vision every so often

>this isnt that bad, i can make it through class, its not that far from my dorm get inside classroom

>one student looks like a 10 foot tall spider wearing clothes

>a few students look like they're dead

>teacher walks in, no wait that's the hat man

>scream at the top of my lungs "NOT SAFE" in a high pitched girly voice and trip over my feet, landing head first into a wall

>people look concerned, someone calls an ambulance

>end up in hospital for 12 hour monitoring cause they think im insane
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Hamilton Wivingtut - Wed, 15 May 2019 06:36:22 EST Rf0wnAYi No.157804 Reply
>>157803
At those dosage, I had been more like to fall asleep.
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Lydia Sullerbanks - Wed, 15 May 2019 07:17:44 EST B1yHund0 No.157805 Reply
>>157804
well clearly you're an outlier here as your DPH usage has utterly butchered brain functions.
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Charlotte Ballywill - Thu, 16 May 2019 01:04:16 EST B1yHund0 No.157807 Reply
>>157806
i wish? did you read his post? no wishing about it, m8
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Cyril Werrydit - Fri, 17 May 2019 23:39:18 EST B1yHund0 No.157819 Reply
>>157815
thank you, but you have no basis for saying that, whereas i did.
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Phyllis Sesslechan - Wed, 22 May 2019 13:44:05 EST t0UmOfeV No.157833 Reply
>>157803
I did this some times in school. Always told my closest friends so they'd take care of me in case of freakouts. Fun times.
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Fanny Muzzleville - Sat, 08 Jun 2019 02:06:01 EST gcsShjb6 No.157906 Reply
Teachers never bothered me back in High School (which is good I think?), by the end of the day I would pass out and couldn't be woken up for more than a few seconds. The only time I even got sent to the nurse was after vomiting up around 750mg of DPH.
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Priscilla Trotwell - Sun, 09 Jun 2019 21:42:57 EST kw6gwj5W No.157911 Reply
>>157803

>teacher walks in, no wait that's the hat man

lmfao man even if you made this up
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Grid !!uuDBIlAZ - Sun, 21 Jul 2019 02:58:00 EST 7XL+s3WH No.158078 Reply
pics or it didn't happen

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