ExperimentationWhile I'm not exactly proud of it, my Ambien experiences do make for interesting stories.
When my boyfriend discovered the crazy effects Ambien can have on people, we experimented with it a couple times. One time, we each took about 20 mg and purposefully stayed awake. As soon as it started working, we decided we wanted to go outside, where we noticed the house next door was having an open house. After walking in and wandering about for a bit, I vaguely remember having a conversation with the realtor about how I was painting the walls in my room red before we went back to my boyfriend's house. There, we found some pink umbrellas left over from his sister's wedding, and we then proceeded to walk all the way to Well's Fargo (I have no idea why this was a goal for us) holding the pink umbrellas like parasols and waving at people driving past us. I have no recollection of what we did at Well's Fargo, but we thankfully did not go inside! On the way back, we found a strange fr
More recently, I took Ambien for its actual purpose on an airplane from Amsterdam to San Francisco. I somehow ended up staying awake, and I tried to watch the movie Superbad, but I do not remember any of it. I also remember getting up to go to the bathroom, coming back, and while trying to climb into my seat (which was in the center of three) ramming my head directly into the wall next to the window. The guy next to the window looked really annoyed, but his hair smelled bad so I guess we're equal.
I guess the moral of this story is that Ambien makes you insane.
holdmusicpleas 16-18, M 8 Responses 2 Jan 12, 2008