I was doing some drawing while downing the DXM. The high snuck up on me pretty quickly, started out weak but then I lifted my head off the drawing and felt the high heavily. I interpreted this as the peak and did a whippet. Which was one minute of strange anxieties and one minute of bittersweet nostalgia for the late Friday nights of the 90's as a child. This prompted me to try and emulate Outrun with MAME, knowing none of the controls and being totally unfit to drive.
Eventually I turned off the lights and made some very dissociated posts on an imageboard that made some people uncomfortable.
I laid in bed shortly after, I had a playlist of 80's anime soundtracks going, Bubblegum Crisis, Cat's Eye, etc. playing through wireless headphones. I closed my eyes and passed through a veil, it appeared as though a black polyester sheet and as my face got closer it glowed in patches of iridescence. Once through, I slid along a conveyor belt. An anime girl(my waifu) was wearing a white apron and held my head down gently and installed some kind of cybernetic implant into my head. I was then transported through a curtain along the conveyor line and it was pitch black as I passed through.
For what must have been about an hour and a half I was in a trance, as if I was attending a concert or in a club with the music I was listening to. I saw everything through a filter of dark psychedelic imagery, shifting patterns, indescribable materials and incomprehensible lights. The music sounded heavenly, every song resonated with the emotion you'd feel listening to your favorite song for the first time. The band members were all variations of 80's anime babe designs, no specific character in particular.
When the visuals faded and it took conscious effort to continue them was about the time the music ran out. I was still quite stimulated and dissociated so I decided to watch a movie I was recommended earlier, "Last Life in the Universe". I was completely unprepared for this movie, I didn't even watch the trailer. What followed was nearly 2 hours of the perfect movie to watch in my condition; an absolutely surreal film I highly recommen
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