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Caffeine
Alcohol
Nicotine

Ephedrine
Marijuana


Nitros
Paint/Thinner/Gas/Glue: Sniffing
Valium
Vicadin
Codein-5
Ecstasy [MDMA]



Rush [embalming fluid]
4-sleeping pills
Robinul
Ritalin
Snot Balls [rubber cement balls smoked]
G-spot tornado [Rum & NyQuil]
Cocaine



Speed [PCP]


Opium





Liquid G [GHB]
Shrooms [Psilocybin]



Z-Bars [2mg zanax]

Acid [LSD]


Special K [ketamine]
Bottle of Robotusin
Adderall
Crystal Meth

Crank [methamphetamine]
Mescaline
Crack
Peyote
Heroin

DET [dimethyltryptamine]
Roofies [rohypnol]
Potato Chips [crack + benzocaine]
Love Pearls [α-ethyltryptiamine]
Glutethimide
Bathtub Speed [methcathinone]
Amys [amyl nitrate]
Quick Silver [isobutyl nitrate]
Belladonna
Wild Cat [methcathinone+cocaine]
Fentanyl



Oxycoton
Awakens you; provides alertness.
Relaxes; lessens anxiety; makes a person more jovial.
Calms you down; gives you a little 1-sec buzz for each inhale; gets rid of boredom when driving; gets rid of stress at work.
Speeds up CNS.
Makes you happy and giggly while watching cartoons; instills in you the feeling of having just eaten a good meal, and now are satisfied.
Laughing gas.
Provides a hallucinogenic-like affect similar to acid.
Relaxing painkiller.
Relaxing painkiller.
Relaxing painkiller.
The senses become very alert – you can feel someone’s heart beat sitting on a couch; you can hear people whisper across a room; enhances going out and dancing 10-fold; people on X will try to touch you, your hair, your clothes, etc.
Gets you high and horny as hell.
Equates to excessive hyperness.
Painkiller.
Equates to a mild form of speed.


Makes sex twice as good [in between regular sex and marathon sex]; makes everything interesting; makes a good song really good; makes you find something interesting in average people; gives you that ‘full of life’ sort of feeling.
Similar to triple caffeine; makes you happy if taken at a club but not happy if taken at school; makes your mind race; keeps you up; makes your mind race.
Makes you happier than marijuana; you just lay there for about 30-min being extremely happy; you can’t move anything; may be similar to being very spiritual; feels like you’ve worked hard for two days, got a lot done, and you don’t have to be anywhere – you aren’t necessarily happy, but you are content to just lay there like you’re just about to fall asleep after those two days of hard work.
Similar to slamming a six-pack
Makes you really relaxed with no worries; distorts vision – makes people look extremely ugly while ridding on a train; makes you happy and giggly; you see things [visual distortions]; you may become paranoid and turn yourself in on really bad trips.
Calms you down when you’re stressed out; gets rid of stressful situations as in a panic attack.
Similar to speed with hallucinogenic affects; gives you an 8-hr high, followed by 3-days of feeling like you’re brain-dead; an old wives tale states that 7 trips makes you legally insane.
Similar to PCP.
Similar to shrooms.
Instills a highly tuned sense of concentration.
Equates to 3x speed; you run around very awake, sweaty, but not necessarily happy.
Makes you hyperactive and talkative.
Similar to LSD.
Gives you a 20-sec high analogous to cocaine.
Like mescaline and 30x more intense than shrooms [24-hr affect]
Stronger than morphine; produces euphoria followed by a 2-hr sense drowsy relaxation and contentment.
Instills a 45-min psychosis.
Makes you feel really drunk.


Functions as a depressant and hypnotic sedative.





Equates to 50x morphine; hard to get a hold of; only given to terminally ill cancer patients; can’t go out of the house for 3-days after taking it [but can walk around].
Equates to fentanyl with more control [can go out and do things]
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