let’s make a deal/u/oriiiginal

The Paranormal | February 16, 2023

let’s make a deal/u/oriiiginal

Meth opens up strange doors and this is a story back from when I was smoking it daily (I'm sober from amphetamines now). I was dating the guy who had got me into it and we'll call him Drew. We were getting a hotel room and he wanted to meet up with this girl named Andy and introduce me to her and so he called her and gave her the location of the hotel. She said she was getting ready and that she'd be on her way (met her later another day and he really just wanted us to all have a 3 way which never ended up happening). I REALLY didn't want to meet her and have to play pretend interacting with her. I just wanted to be alone with my now ex in the hotel room. I heard a voice in my head just then ask if I wanted to make a deal. The deal was that I wouldn't have to meet Andy that night but in exchange would run into Connor, a guy who I had been messing around with behind Ex's back. I agreed to the deal not really expecting it to be real and thinking it was a meth delusion. They are never just delusions. Andy called to say she was leaving and getting on the bus. We made it to the hotel and Drew called Andy back; she made some excuse about why she was taking so long and never ended up coming to the hotel that night. I thought I was in the clear and she had just flaked. A deal with a voice in my head couldn't be real right? Drew asked me to get a soda from the vending machine at the bottom floor and so I walked down and got us 2. Walking back up the stairs I stopped for a moment and squinted to see a young blonde man waving at me. It was Connor. I ran into the hotel room and closed the door. Connor followed and called my name into the room. Drew asked who it was and I made some excuse that didn't make too much sense. Drew barricaded us in the bathroom and continually asked who it was and I kept lying pretty convincingly saying it was my abusive ex's friend who happened to be at the hotel and not to answer no matter what he would say. Ill never forget this experience. It was never just a delusion.

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[link] [comments]Meth opens up strange doors and this is a story back from when I was smoking it daily (I'm sober from amphetamines now). I was dating the guy who had got me into it and we'll call him Drew. We were getting a hotel room and he wanted to meet up with this girl named Andy and introduce me to her and so he called her and gave her the location of the hotel. She said she was getting ready and that she'd be on her way (met her later another day and he really just wanted us to all have a 3 way which never ended up happening). I REALLY didn't want to meet her and have to play pretend interacting with her. I just wanted to be alone with my now ex in the hotel room. I heard a voice in my head just then ask if I wanted to make a deal. The deal was that I wouldn't have to meet Andy that night but in exchange would run into Connor, a guy who I had been messing around with behind Ex's back. I agreed to the deal not really expecting it to be real and thinking it was a meth delusion. They are never just delusions. Andy called to say she was leaving and getting on the bus. We made it to the hotel and Drew called Andy back; she made some excuse about why she was taking so long and never ended up coming to the hotel that night. I thought I was in the clear and she had just flaked. A deal with a voice in my head couldn't be real right? Drew asked me to get a soda from the vending machine at the bottom floor and so I walked down and got us 2. Walking back up the stairs I stopped for a moment and squinted to see a young blonde man waving at me. It was Connor. I ran into the hotel room and closed the door. Connor followed and called my name into the room. Drew asked who it was and I made some excuse that didn't make too much sense. Drew barricaded us in the bathroom and continually asked who it was and I kept lying pretty convincingly saying it was my abusive ex's friend who happened to be at the hotel and not to answer no matter what he would say. Ill never forget this experience. It was never just a delusion. submitted by /u/oriiiginal [link] [comments]

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