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    Default spin off. have u ever had your drink spiked?

    spin off from the other thread.
    i noticed a few people mention having their drinks spiked.
    i personally have had my drink spiked once. by someone i trusted. he was my ex bf (ex at time of spiking) i was really sick and ended up in hospy but was otherwise ok luckily.

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    Yep. Once. I was about 16 and at a gathering with a couple of friends and some people from work, there was probably 8 of us total. I didn't have much to drink, and wasn't drinking "hard" stuff (ie, I was on cruisers as oppose to my normal Jack Daniels or Jim Beam). The only time I left my drink I hid it under my chair and I didn't think anyone knew it was there. I was only gone long enough to go to the toilet.

    A while later, i started feeling sick so went up stairs to get some water. Apparently all they heard downstairs was a massive thud and they came in to find me unconscious on the kitchen floor. They carried me to the couch where I started to wake up, but I started hyperventilating and drifting in and out of consciousness. Someone asked if I'd done 'anything', which I hadn't. So they told me to leave. Guess they didn't want the responsibility if something did happen.

    A friend came with me and we started walking, well she was carrying me, and rang the guy I was seeing at the time. He came and picked us up. My friend sat in the back with me and said later that I was like a rag doll. She had her hand at my mouth and could barely feel me breathing. We got dropped back at my place and my friend woke my mum up. I started waking up a lot more and mum was asking if I had taken any drugs or anything. She calmed me down (I was freaked out by this stage) and said my drink had been spiked. I couldn't believe it. Only 8 people- most of them friends of mine- and someone had spiked my drink.

    Since then I'm super paranoid with any food or drink around other people.

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    Yep. Once. I was about 16 and at a gathering with a couple of friends and some people from work, there was probably 8 of us total. I didn't have much to drink, and wasn't drinking "hard" stuff (ie, I was on cruisers as oppose to my normal Jack Daniels or Jim Beam). The only time I left my drink I hid it under my chair and I didn't think anyone knew it was there. I was only gone long enough to go to the toilet.

    A while later, i started feeling sick so went up stairs to get some water. Apparently all they heard downstairs was a massive thud and they came in to find me unconscious on the kitchen floor. They carried me to the couch where I started to wake up, but I started hyperventilating and drifting in and out of consciousness. Someone asked if I'd done 'anything', which I hadn't. So they told me to leave. Guess they didn't want the responsibility if something did happen.

    A friend came with me and we started walking, well she was carrying me, and rang the guy I was seeing at the time. He came and picked us up. My friend sat in the back with me and said later that I was like a rag doll. She had her hand at my mouth and could barely feel me breathing. We got dropped back at my place and my friend woke my mum up. I started waking up a lot more and mum was asking if I had taken any drugs or anything. She calmed me down (I was freaked out by this stage) and said my drink had been spiked. I couldn't believe it. Only 8 people- most of them friends of mine- and someone had spiked my drink.

    Since then I'm super paranoid with any food or drink around other people.

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    Yes. I was drinking coke all night, but at the last place i was at, i got hit with a major drunk feeling, i went all woozy, couldn't see straight, i slurred my words. Then i felt really sick, walked out side and threw up. It took a while fir me to feel better. The scary thing was that the only person that could have done it was the bartender, as i has my hand covering my drink all night.

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    Yep at my 21st! My DH and I are born 3 days apart so we figured to join our 21st as we'd already even together 4yrs and were high school sweethearts so had the same group of friends!
    Drank heaps of Water as I usually do and always have been a slow drinker! Went and was talking to my partner & friends and suddenly passed out! I too was hyperventilating and couldn't stop vomiting! I was sick for several days and have very little memories of the hrs before passing out!
    Mine and 2 others were spiked that night, needless to say I barely drink and will only leave my drink with DH! It's crazy that at our 21st amongst family and friends this happens!!

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    Yep, twice, back when I was a teenager going out clubbing.

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    Nope never, I used to go out a lot too, so plenty of opportunity I guess.

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    Yes. My brother, sister and I went out with some friends about 10 years ago and at some point someone spiked my drink.
    We had a couple of drinks while getting ready to go out then only one drink at the club. I started feeling unwell so headed for the toilets. My sister came looking for me 10 minutes later and I was passed out in a cubicle. She took me home and I was sooooo sick for about a day and a half.
    I've only gone out a handful of times since and only drink premixed drinks or stubbies of corona that have been opened in front of me now.

    Back in the day, I worked as a dj in a club and have seen some horrendous things! You really can't be too careful these days.

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    Yes a few years ago at the casino.
    DH and I were playing pokies on separate sides of the room and I was half way through my first alcoholic drink and I started to feel really dizzy and sick, I knew I had to try and fin DH so I was stumbling around the rows of machines an feeling sicker and dizzier and starting to stress because I had a feeling what had happened and was worried something or someone would happen to me before I could find DH
    A security guard got hold of me before I could find DH and asked me to leave the casino for being drunk and disorderly and wouldn't listen when I was trying to explain that I'd only had half a drink. I was lucky that DH seen them escorting me out the door onto the street in the city (we had parked under ground) and was able to help me thank god!
    I ended up in hospital having fluids because I was so sick...... It's a very scary feeling.

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    Yes I was at a private party thankfully I made it home in a taxi before I passed out. I don't go out often but always have stubbies or cans and ask the bartender to open them in front of me.


 

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