SWIM always hated people who said "don't do diphenhydramine, it's bad for you" and allowed no room for argument. I would often ask questions about the specifics of this chemical and as an answer would get "don't do it!!!! it'll fuck you up!!!!". This used to annoy SWIM hugely, and he still believes that in the spirit of this website, if someone wants information about a chemical and it's effects on the human body, and you have that information, you are morally obliged to give out that information without spin, prejudice or opinion attached. SWIM however, has had 2 experiences (which he dosen't have the time, patience or dedication to go into here and now) at 800-950mg which have changed his opinions on Diphenhydramine. You always become what you hate the most, SWIM hated people who preached about the evils of diphenhydramine. He's seen so many people here talking about how awful it is, the though of joining their ranks sickens him. But what's worse is the thought that he could stop someone taking it and saying nothing and letting people do this to themselves. SWIM wishes he had a convincing argument for why people shouldn't take this drug, but he can't put it into words. All he can say really is: no matter how prepared you think you are, you are never prepared enough for his, nobody ever is. The other thing is, if you plan to do Diphenhydramine again, don't see the film "Videodrome", I would recommend seeing this film, but only do so if you've promised yourself that you'll never do diphenhydramine after it, and have taken a lengthy break from diphenhydramine before watching it. I feel his mind will never be the same after his last nytol experience, there are more terrifying and disturbing things to be experienced than SWIM ever previously imagined. There are unexplored parts of the human mind that SWIM wished he'd never explored, and wouldn't wish anyone else to have to see. This sounds melodromatic and pretentious, but please. Take SWIM's word for it, leave diphenhydramine alone.