Similar storyI went out with a group of workmates but after doing nights and not sleeping I was tired so only had a few pints and went home. I presume my drink was spiked as I was all over the place and have no memory of an hour or so which it took me to get home (normally took 15 minutes) and according to my housemate when I got in I was crying, shaking and my legs were like jelly. He put me to bed and I slept for 15 hours. No idea to this day what it was but a lesson was learnt not to take your eye off your drink ever unless you with real true friends.
Yeah on average my weed experiences have been much tamer/more pleasant than alcoholic experiences, but the worst by far was a night where I severely misjudged how much of a brownie I should eat. Sounds like a similar experience. I was conscious but unable to move and utterly convinced I was experiencing the beginning of the apocalypse. Lasted for a couple of hours too.Greened right out once. And I was literally convinced time wasn't moving at all, and I thought I might've been dead and unable to move. It freaked me right out.
I didn't smoke as much and trust me, I am way worse and awkward.diagnosed with drug induced psychosis that led to a 2 week stint in an acute mental ward and many months after of needing to take anti-psychotic medication
basically i smoked weed, all day every day(except when I was at work, but I would still smoke a few cones every morning before I left) for a 2 year period and I ended up quite delusional, depressed and malnourished. I lost a good 15kg, there were no more munchies I was basically a crack addict, really lived for the billy. also was just saying weird things to people and had kind of made up in my head new realities. i thought all my friends hate me for no reason and burned a few bridges
I don't smoke anymore and now I'm semi-normal