So I like to try different things! I smoked K2 the first time, and nothing happened. Then I got more into it daily with my friends, and I smoked a K2 called warning.
I ran and couldn’t stop laughing and hugged a tree for hours while my friends were trying to pull me off and all I kept saying are my whole worlds repeating. I guess I was having fun well.
I smoked a few more times after that I guess you could say I was addicted asking my parents for money to go “shopping” but feeding a habit.
I remember sitting in my friend’s living room with like seven other people just smoking it, staring at the TV; the next thing you know I felt like my world was a story book.
Every time I blinked, it felt like I flipped another page until everything went black. I had a pop in my hand and not being able to see made me freak out a little bit.
Then my heart started to race, get louder and louder minding you, all I can see is black. I stand up and drop my can of pop on the floor; people are yelling at me, and I walk in the door and start clawing at it.
I sat outside, and a friend talked me out of everything & said I’d be okay and a few minutes later I felt fine, but after that, I kept having those same spells when I smoked just paranoid the same thing was going to happen not cool, so I decided to quit smoking.
But I still felt high; I felt high for months after I smoked. I felt like I was stuck high, felt like something was always dripping down the back of my head. I would sleep and have wild dreams that felt so real.
They were mostly nightmares where I’d stop breathing wake up chest red, trying to catch my breath.
I’d say I was praying everything I’d feel normal again. I’ve never been normal again. I did gain some things back, but I’m still very forgetful, I’ll repeat things when I talk like I’ve never said it before.
And I’ve tried smoking weed after and felt the same way I did when I smoked K2. It triggered the feeling. I felt like it ruined my life but I was young and dumb, and I’ve become too except myself.
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