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anyone had random trips before

Discussion in 'Seasoned Marijuana Users' started by Kimchi420, Feb 11, 2009.

  1. this might sound stupid...but i keep getting random in the middle of the day ill just randomly feel stoned out of my mind for like 10 seconds then it goes away...iv been smoking for a year or so....and this is the first its ever happend
  2. get more sleep.
  3. I hope your being serious, and if you are I get these two. Like colors will appear on white walls, will feel like a wave is breaking in my ears. Nothing bad, just enjoyable stuff :).
  4. Not weed related... Maybe aids.

  5. That isn't from the marijuana. That happens to me too.... it happens to a lot of people. Not sure what it is, but I've been getting this since I was a little kid.

    Also- anyone ever like... stand up really fast or turn really fast, and then you see all those shiny silver crystals floating in the air? I swear it's a very real, vivid hallucination.

  6. hahahahahahahahahahah

  7. I see those too..
  8. Only happens after the day I get blazed.
    I'll be really out of it in the morning and my mind zones out often.
  9. Yea I get the crystal thingys and sometimes I'll randomly trip out like it will look like little amoebas or some sh it are floating around and some other shit like that...its pretty cool lol
  10. happens to me all the time too.

  11. Ya thats called seeing stars like when u get hit really hard. It just means you where about to pass out.
  12. Ever done acid? Could be a flashback?

  13. These are not hallucinations but left over bits of matter from the time you spent living in your mothers uterus that will be there for the rest of your life.
  14. If we're talking about "floaters" then I'm pretty sure they're the white blood cells in your eyes. At least that's what my brother told me, and he's a pre-med student, so I trust him with that.

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