The first time I ever tried mushrooms was an interesting experience to say the least. I had been curious about them for a while, so when a friend offered me a few, I decided to give them a go. We were in his backyard, sitting on the grass, and he told me to eat them straight out of the bag. I wasn't sure what to expect, but I knew that I didn't want to eat too many. I ate three and then waited for something to happen.
After a few minutes, I started to feel really strange. I had a strong sense of paranoia and felt like everyone was watching me. I also felt like I was losing control of my body and mind. I wanted to get up and run away, but I couldn't move. I was stuck in place, like I was paralyzed.
The feeling only got worse from there. I started to see things that weren't there and hear things that weren't real. I was convinced that my friend was trying to kill me and that the mushrooms were poison. I was absolutely terrified.
Eventually, the effects of the mushrooms wore off and I was able to go inside. I was so shaken up that I didn't want to try mushrooms again, but I eventually did. I found that if I took a smaller dose and was in a safe environment, I could enjoy the experience.
Mushrooms can be a lot of fun, but they should be taken with caution. They can be unpredictable and can cause a lot of anxiety and paranoia. If you're thinking about trying them, make sure you do your research and are prepared for what might happen.