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- Sat, 21 Dec 2019 21:41:23 EST jtNMO8RJ No.370098
File: 1576982483878.png -(92031B / 89.87KB, 820x672) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. driving on dxm
i've done it many times. i used to get out of group therapy for rehab, went to the cvs next door, drank a bottle of dxm, drove home before it kicked in. a few times i passed out at the stop light and passed out down the street, veered into oncoming lanes, honked awake, made it home. been dizzy on the highway but i would just spam my eyes in the other direction and return to a normal /dis/ buzz.
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Alice Wengerforth - Sun, 22 Dec 2019 10:42:34 EST yCrsf9rn No.370105 Reply
Dissos are the worst possible drugs to drive on, aside from maybe del. You could have killed someone or yourself dude.
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Martha Pullynidge - Tue, 24 Dec 2019 05:19:30 EST nNYupZ0A No.370122 Reply
>>370105
oh i dunno, if we were talking about bicycles i'd rather be on dissociatives than psychedelics or opiates or alcohol
not going to put cars into the picture fuck that and fuck OP
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Ωµæƨǂ℩αiƞ !QSTRNGiKc6 - Tue, 24 Dec 2019 10:44:31 EST HUVC+xfE No.370125 Reply
One time I sprinted about 50 yards toward my friends car whilst approaching third plat territory. It felt like I was stationary and the whole earth was moving like a treadmill. Like surfing on the land. Don't do it man, just don't.
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Jenny Blatherford - Wed, 25 Dec 2019 13:58:30 EST haX1sTJ2 No.370141 Reply
I've done it twice many years ago when I was much more reckless. once about 12 hours after a mega large delsym dose I had to drive about a half a mile down the road and it felt like I was on a swaying sea. another time I drove to a friends house across town in light traffic on like 400mg. that was much scarier in retrospect, I felt like I was teleporting across the street, just awful. Driving on LSD or mushrooms was actually manageable, though I dont reccomend that either.
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David Grandham - Wed, 25 Dec 2019 19:33:53 EST S4ou/oTm No.370143 Reply
>>370122
Bro i can barely walk on dex, imagine robocycling lmao

>>370141
I got a reckless driving ticket on acid lol, i had the genius idea to tell the cop i was driving to maryland to party as i watched his face melt

“So you’re driving to maryland.. at 93 mph... at 11:30 at night... the wrong way... to party.”
“Uh yea as you can see we’re pretty disorganized sir”
“...alright”
Took a driving course and it got bumped down to improper driving :)
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Stinky Pete - Thu, 26 Dec 2019 20:10:13 EST TA/mZPuK No.370161 Reply
>>370098
Once had to class at 8 am after 500 mgs at 2 am ..... The only thing that really scared me more than usual was passing trucks
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Lillian Bozzlebene - Fri, 27 Dec 2019 02:27:14 EST tBs55sn8 No.370167 Reply
>>370098

I only did it once and it was terrifying. I took 480mg DXM in the form of CCCs at the end of a shift one day. I only had a 10 minute drive home. Ended up having to stay late and the DXM was fully kicked in by the time I got in the car. The road was warping and bending and driving in general seemed impossible. I got home safely but I had to sit in the driveway for a minute and gather myself because I was literally shaking by that point.
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Esther Cliblingshaw - Fri, 27 Dec 2019 14:17:40 EST nNYupZ0A No.370171 Reply
>>370143
>Bro i can barely walk on dex
oh yes you can, you just don't realize it. either that or you weigh 50lb and one bottle throws you catatonic

>imagine robocycling lmao
i did it a good number of times when i was younger, the main risk is overdoing it and having demolished muscles afterward

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