A cool bottle of springwater laced with puppy tranquilizer – Special K, as it’s known on the dance floor – sends you spiraling down the “K-Hole.” You can’t move because your arms and legs are imbedded in cement. Your teeth are pushing through your skull and into your brain. Before your eyes, you see children flattened and pulled apart like soggy bread. This hallucinated hell lasts 24 hours, and so the next morning, the victim has no recollection of the ride, the rave or how they were raped.
Hmm, that’s not quite how it is. James St. James, who could conduct a seminar on the charms of K, says that for starters, no, you don’t feel as if your teeth are pushing through your skull and into your brain, and it lasts for only, like, 20 minutes, not 24 hours.
The curiously provocative ad is for drugstory.com, the straight story on drug use, a site for screenwriters to “Write It Real.” Because, actually, it’s movies like The Salton Sea, Wonderland, and Spun that make you feel as if your teeth are being pushed into your brain. For 24 hours.