Vicodin is a prescription opiate painkiller typically prescribed for pain associated with surgery. When taken long term it can be very addictive.
When used as directed for pain, it does a very nice job of eliminating pain and producing a calm feeling that it both unobtrusive and pleasant.
When taken recreationally in low doses, a feeling of tiredness washes over one typically 1-2 hours after ingestion. If you lie down, you feel very understanding, calm, and may feel like you have the solution to every problem in the world. You will not be able to sleep, even though you feel very tired. Dry mouth often occurs, and a mild hangover is not uncommon.
When taken in high doses recreationally, an overpowering feeling of fatigue will force you to a bed or chair. An extremely strong wave of warmth and "fuzzy tinglies" wash over you. You feel like you have never been this stoned in your life. It will make you very stupid, and even unable to speak or think properly. A strong hangover will greet you the next day.
Warnings: In high doses, the acetominophen (tylenol) in vicodin is very toxic to your liver, so it's not a good idea to drink alcohol when under vicodin influence. Also, addiction to vicodin is not uncommon (anyone who's seen house knows what I mean). It can reduce your ability to do simple tasks, such as using the bathroom (I found that out the hard way). It is very fun though. Enjoy
Steve: Hey mike you got the vicodin?
Mike: Yeah man. You want a high or low dose?
Steve: I'm looking to be stoned dude. 8 pills please.
Mike: Here you go. I'll just take four.
Steve: See you in Mars dude.
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