Real cocaine actually makes people feel good. The problem is that is so 'moreish' and the way that it affects just about everyone is that the effect tends to last less after each line, so the user needs to take hits ever more frequently until it gets to the point that it's no longer having that nice, euphoric feeling.
It gets to the point that the body feels totally wrecked. The effect in the brain no longer feels good. It turns from feeling nice to feeling horrible. But the crazy thing is, that while on the current coke session - your brain is still telling you that you want more!
The craving is so bad that while in this state, the user will do almost anything to get more. They will start making phone calls to any and all the dealers that they know. Even if a dealer is renowned for selling crap cocaine - they will still try to get it from them. If they run out of cash, they will make all kinds of promises to the dealer in order to get a fresh delivery of Charlie. They'll go crazy and call on as much as they can get - knowing full well that they are lying and haven't got the money to pay them the following day.
When they eventually crash-out and wake up the following day after their crazy coke binge - they will usually turn off their phones to avoid speaking with their coke dealers - who now want their money. This is typical behaviour. That’s where the saying comes from, "who wants to pay for yesterday's buzz?"
I've witness cocaine dealers walking into the coke users home and walking out with their TV's, their Hi-Fi systems and anything else they can grab to pay for what the user owes them. I've lost count of those that have been beaten and hospitalised due to the fact that cannot pay their coke bill.
Then, there is the unseen, dark-side that cocaine users aren't ever aware of. Any kind of violence dished out by our local street coke dealer is nothing compared to the gruesome murdering and torturing
that is at the very core of the cocaine industry.