I was expecting to read “He was crawling on the ceiling, Sure you can call me a bitch calling you an ambulance shirt. looking down at me in a way that should’ve broken his neck.” somewhere at the end. Still, awesome story, dude. Reminded me a lot of John Dies At The End. John Dies At The End is a book series written by David Wong about two best friends who take a transdimensional drug that does some crazy ass shit to you. Funny, gory and at some points genuinely scary. It’s a spoiler, just another thing you can do to format text in Reddit comments. You make it by putting >!
What is an ambulance?
this around the text< except with another exclamation point before the second arrow. Yeah, they made a movie. But there are 3 books as well – the movie only covers 1/3th of the first book and with a different ending… the books are so much crazier. I read this book the day it came out and it blew me away – I absolutely fucking loved it. I was nervous about the sequel, and somehow it ended up being even better than JDATE. So glad to see someone mention it! As someone who is crawling on the ceiling, looking down at you in a way that should’ve broken my neck, thank you. Feels like we get ignored sometimes. Oh my GOD. Welp, there’s another thing to add to the list of shit that makes me burst out laughing like an idiot every so often for the rest of my life.
Sure you can call me a bitch calling you an ambulance shirt, ladies, v-neck t-shirt, tank top, flowy tank.
Right! Especially the upstairs-downstairs thing, the horrible time loops, the laughing and the insanity. The friend I was with literally bit my arm until he drew blood. He didn’t even remember doing it. Fucking horrendous horrible scary as hell. The worst part was we were sold it as ketamine so did way too much and were totally unprepared for the utter terror that followed. I’ve been clean for about 6 years now. But one of my last experiences involved OD from bang MXE, and this story gave me flashbacks. From someone who has experienced many deliriums and mania from various substances and many more tryptamines, I can confirm the likelihood of everything minus seeing words. It’s easier for something to become something else entirely or for a peripheral glance at something have “great detail” or certainty of it being something you actually suspected. Gonna have to cancel my mushroom trip this weekend until I can forget about crawling on the ceiling looking at me in a way that should have broken his neck.
Official Sure you can call me a bitch calling you an ambulance sweater, hoodie, and long sleeve
Yeah as a former user of drugs, Sure you can call me a bitch calling you an ambulance shirt. I had to stop and recollect myself. It definitely started making me feel the flashbacks or w/e. Was really wired reading that. Maybe the voices weren’t lying. That’s what makes me uncomfortable. The only way to get back to the real world is the trip, and now he’s back in the “real” trip. I had some really intense thought loops during a trip a couple weeks back that would just not end. Your rendition of that was spot on. Like, you’re so sure you’re done repeating things and the next thing you know you’re so sure you’re done repeating things…