I was curious to know. So I tried it. I had drunk a few beers and smoked some cigaretts. I crushed one darvocet and one tramodol. I than did two lines for each nostril. I feeled a slight kind of high I guess. It was a different high than the beer effect. Definitely nothing to go head over hills for. I was sadly disapointed. Nothing I don't think I will do again since I didn't get the pow-wow feeling I was expecting.
Honestly. I'm not judging. I work for a high up corporation and my daily life is morning through non aderall noon through 4 Vicodin or sets, then night alcohol and if lucky valiium. Someone please help me. How do I stop. I never did this until I took adderall. And no I can't just quit adderall.
This is an old thread from 2008 and your question will probabky not get any responses. Go to the main page and click on post a question. There are tons of great people here who are wonderful and filled with advise. This forum is what got me thru to today: 7 days clean cold turkey from Vicodin.
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