Friends are a series of slightly varying stimulants, created by the biochemist Gail in post-pandemic Melbourne, Australia. They’re a slow release amphetamine, peaking several hours after they are taken.

Different versions of the recipe appear to differ in their level of intoxicating power, although all types of Friends seem to have at least some effect in this direction. The drug is mildly addictive and absolutely illegal under the near-theocracy that is post-pandemic Australia’s Nation First government, but is for some reason produced in capsule form and sold in blister packs like aspirin.

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