yey...stay with us...a gram is alot of coke but like avisg said...peeps snort it cos it is not absorbed well orally...still...i would contact poison control or 911 if u feel any speediness, heart rate etc...i would contact poison control anyway to be safe...dont play with ur life..reach out for help
I hope you come back on and let us know your ok. This can be serious and hope you went to the ER to be safe. I have read about many deaths from someone swalling large amounts, but usually it was a drug dealer that swallowed a few grams so they won't get busted. Hope your safe.
Proof that I am a REAL drug addict: when I read that you accidently ingested a gram of coke, my first thought was "why can't that happen to ME? Why can't I do a gram real quick by accident?"
Of course, I don't actuall want any amount of coke (or any other mood or mind altering substance) anywhere near my brain -- I know exactly what happens when THAT happens. But my addiction still lives inside me, and it casts out bait from time-to-time to see if I'll bite. It's amazing the BS that SOB can come up with.
How did she get a soda with coke in it and not know about it?Did someone try to poison her with it or what?If someone did that's not cool she could of been allergic to it.I'm glad to know she's alright.Things could of been alot worse.Thank God she's alright!
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