My partner, who has been acting erratic and and down right horrible admitted that he has a drug and alcohol problem. For myself, his friends, and his family; we are all perplexed. None of us knew... he has been very shrewd about hiding it. Anyway, he went off to rehab today and I decided to poor out all the alcohol in the house and I made a point to search through every inch of the house, including his personal things, In a pill case, I found this thing that looks like a piece of board chalk... I can tell it's been cut out of it's original length, and split in half long ways. It's very dense and odorless. I bit a tiny piece off to take it and was extremely bitter... my tongue was a little numb and I felt myself get sort of flushed... even with a sand spec of a piece. I've look all over online to see if cocaine comes in this form but didn't see anything resembling. Is this coke... or something else?
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