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If a friend drugged you twice or more while alone, what would you think happened? And

Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
Say for example you had this friend and this friend was a good heart but had drug problems. You also had drug problems but not to his extent. You are both young and just sprouting from school age, the friends interest in different kind of drugs is immense, trying many different kinds of highs.

One evening you get an invitation to drink with him, then he takes you to a couple of bars. On the third bar he switches the drinks to be something with more flavor, you drink some of it. He hands the rest to a bunch of girls then demands you to leave the bar, and once outside; he shouts 'run' and begins to run. You reach his house, but remember nothing after this than waking up on a puddle of sick.

Months later he invites you to try this drug 'GBL' and you discover the same feeling you had that time he got you to run from the bar. You discover that he had in-fact-possibly drugged you. You had the power of the Internet to dig up some evidence he was mixing it with this certain type of drink. So it seemed more clear he had drugged you. You're quite sure by this stage.

Later on down the line in another city he catches up with you. You believe he drugs you as you remember nothing that night after he left the bar; again running quickly away from you once outside the bar. Fast as he could like he wants to lose you, and he does, he leaves you alone and goes to a casino all night. Somehow you get home, it's a miracle you do.

You still can't say for sure he has ever drugged you but you have certain theories and evidence to prove it. It's a personal vendetta you see, some kind of agenda of him to drug you again and again. Noticing he has deleted the data you find on the Internet; it becomes more clear of what he did. You still can't prove it but know deep down it happened..

The question would lie - why would someone do this to their supposed friend?

Comments

  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    Attempting to discover the friend's motivation is perhaps pointless.

    Rather, consider why the other friend would keep going and having more drinks with them given previous experiences.
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    Mist wrote: »
    Rather, consider why the other friend would keep going and having more drinks with them given previous experiences.

    I have to agree with this. Sounds like a bit of a poisonous guy... did anything serious happen to the other friend, except waking up in sick?
  • Former MemberFormer Member Posts: 1,876,324 The Mix Honorary Guru
    I would think that ain't no friend and ditch his pretty sharpish
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