Steroid Users And Their Friends


You may have to tell your friends about what you are using now. They don’t know you, but they care about you. There are two stories told by steroid users’ friends.

Story 1:

A friend of mine went through a course on anabolic steroids because he thought girls would like him more.

He developed his cycle with the help of someone more experienced than him. I saw him every two or three days when I was buying him weed.

He started out as an ordinary construction worker in his early 20s. Very healthy. He hasn’t had roids in a while. After the first few days, he said he felt energetic and less tired. Nothing else.

A few days later (I think he was getting intramuscular injections every day), he said he could really feel what was happening. Continuously increases strength, stamina and reduces recovery time. The appearance hasn’t changed much.

A week later, he showed us the muscles in his arm. They’re not big, but they’re perfectly defined as “torn,” if you will.

Two weeks later, oh my god, he seemed to break down. Great muscle/mass increase and great strength and endurance. He showed us the place where he had been injected with feces. It was hard as a rock and caused considerable pain. He told us it would take more than 20 minutes to squeeze the contents of the syringe into the muscle.

He stopped for a month and then tried to keep what he had gained. Not sure it worked. At that stage, we didn’t notice any change in his behavior.

Very interesting, but I would never do it myself.

Story 2:

My friend Matt is an avid steroid user. When I first met him, he was over six feet tall and weighed nearly 170 pounds. He was a very thin boy. About a year later, he began working out in earnest, and in about a year, his muscles gained nearly 100 pounds.

I worked with him in high school, and one of our jobs was to take out the garbage at the end of the night from the restaurant where we worked together. I remember one night he was so angry that he picked up a garbage can full of rubbish and threw it like a shot over a telephone line into a 20-foot bin. Dodd is the biggest person I’ve ever met in real life.

Since then, about six years later, I guess he has never taken any medication to counteract the negative effects on his liver and pancreas. I see him now every few months, either to tell me how he thinks he’s got lupus or some other crazy disease because his organs are failing, or to tell me how he’s starting a new round of weird stuff from China. When he was told that steroids were causing his body to collapse, he didn’t listen. His life basically went like this, he started taking steroids, he gained 50 pounds, his organs started failing, he stopped taking steroids, his organs started working again, he lost 50 pounds, he started the steroids cycle, he gained the weight back, his organs started failing, and so on.