Not surprising results, but a VERY foolish practice.
You're bypassing the upper GI, and as a result fooling your body by skipping the feedback-loops that help it properly absorb creatine, and signal it to produce creatine naturally from the consumption fish and red meat. This could result in stopping the efficacy of ingesting creatine phosphate in a pre or post workout drink, and eventually do grave damage to your colon. You're teaching your body to stop doing something naturally (and safely) and creating a dependency on an approach that is extremely risky to begin with.
Very, very foolish to repeat. NIce one time thrill, maybe, to understand the power of creatine to fuel you both aerobically and anaerobically, but I'd strongly advise against ever doing it again. And frankly, doing it the first time had some very serious risks had you had any compromising (detected or undetected) condition in your lower GI. You could have had some serious reactions that would have put you in danger.
This is not something any intelligent, healthy, serious athlete should ever do. Think before following fad.