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Rain Was Melting Me!
It started off as a fairly normal day, and the last thing that I thought I would be doing is trying shrooms for the first time. My roommate Ryan got the shrooms for my birthday, because he knew that I had expressed an interest in tripping. I've smoked plenty of weed, and I was eager to try something new. He knew that I was a trooper as far as being able to handle drugs goes, so he gave me 3g of some fresh cubes.
I had been reading about how heat damages the potency of the shrooms at this site, so I decided to just plain eat them raw. They weren't *that* bad, so I was pleasantly suprised. I washed them down with some O.J., and then took some vitamin C caps. I knew that the check was in the mail, and I would be proven right in the next 30 minutes.
It was raining that day, and when I took the shrooms with Ryan, I thought nothing of it. When I was sitting watching the Simpsons, I realized that colors where getting very intense, almost like they were all under a blacklight. This was really fun with the Simpsons! Anyway, I had remembered that it was raining, and suddenly wanted to go outside very badly. It was dark out by this time, and it was still relatively warm for an April rain. We headed outside, and when we got there, it was the most incredible feeling I've ever had! It felt like the drops were penetrating my skin, and dripping on my soul- trust me, it was a good thing! I started getting cold, so we headed for my car. It was parked under a streetlight, and this is when the fun would begin!
When water hits a hard surface, it makes ripples as it disperses. Keep in mind that windsheilds are made of glass, allowing us (Ryan and I) to see the drops melting outward from their point of impact. Now, with the light from above refracting through the water, then coming through the glass, there was this really trippy light effect that was on our legs, arms, and hands. It was this constantly mutating paisly-like pattern that would show up on everything, making it a very intense visual to be experiencing for a first-time tripper like myself, and even Ryan was saying how trippy it was. Highly reccomended for everyone if it's convinient! Ryan got tired, and went back to our room. I chose to stay in the car. I didn't realize that I had been in my car for 5 hours when I came back. The only thing that made me come back to my room was the fact that I realized I was no longer tripping. This means that my entire trip was spent watching my legs and arms melting and moving under the wicked light effects.... Not a bad way to spend a trip in my opinion!
I can't wait 'til the next time I trip!