In the house there were these big red buttons that when you pushed them they started yodeling. We always joked that when the zombie apocalypse happened we would alarm the house by pressing them. Someone pressed one and my S/O lost all connection with reality. He started screaming and screaming and screaming. He was convinced something actually [cut] terrible had happened and it was all because of him. I stayed up with him for 3 or 4 hours. It was terrifying. Not being able to get through to him and help calm him down, watching someone I love be in such an awful place and not be able to do anything about it.
He came to a couple times and I knew it was safe to get him to the car and get home. We got home without incident. He had a few more episodes but seemed to be coming out of it. Around sun up he told me he wanted to try and get some sleep. While I was helping him load up his toothbrush he told me he wanted a popsicle before he brushed his teeth. He was standing in the bedroom with his frozen treat in one hand and toothbrush in the other and he looked so confused. He had a sudden moment of clarity and said "I just made a huge idiot out of myself didn't I?" I told him it was his own damn fault.
The next morning he made a huge batch of homemade soft pretzels and took them to our friends house as a sort of "sorry for being that guy" gift.
13. Creepy out of mind and body experience
4 of us, three close friends and a girl we kind of knew, got a half of shrooms for a nice sunny saturday. threw them on peanut butter crackers and an hour later we were off. It started amazing. We played on a trampoline, talked about random but incredibly deep stuff. I think we may have devised a plan to fix the whole world, but as with most plans made when high, it was forgotten.
Anyway, we decided to go for a walk since it was so nice outside. Went through a neighborhood to a park and greeted everyone we saw. It was great. Until we get to the park. As soon as we get there we sit on this grassy hill. The girl we are with silently stands up, and walks over to a park bench to sit alone. One of my friends walks over to see if she's okay, takes one look at her face, and hits the ground in front of her and starts shaking. Me and the other guy run over and look at him and he's full on shaking. Not talking, responding, anything. Turn around and she is actually, cut/copy/pasted right out of the exorcist. Her eyes are rolled back in her head. Her mouth is foaming. Joints and spine bent at what seemed to be impossible angles. I tell my other friend to sit with her and see if he can help her find her way back. My other friend looks at me and says "I need your phone, I think she needs an ambulance.” He stops shaking and says "Yeah, here.” He's back. I am on the phone with the ambulance telling them I think she is possibly having an allergic reaction to some mushrooms we ate.
When I look at her again, her whole body kind of... writhes, and her eyes snap back down. She has tears rolling out of her eyes and a huge smile on her face. I tell the ambulance dispatcher “Never mind she is okay, send the ambulance back.” She asks me for my name and location and I say, "We have to go now, we will not be here if the ambulance shows up, but we are fine, thank you.” My other friend is still shaken and to this day he will not be around her. He describes her kind of like the dark man in "the stand.” Later, she describes what was going on as like a full mind and body orgasm. It lasted about 5 of the longest minutes of my life.