If you're still feeling hesitant about locking in the date for your next LSD trip, perhaps the wise words of Star Wars legend Carrie Fisher will help nudge you in the right direction. Fisher, speaking with her usual candidness about the "upsides to doing drugs," revealed Monday that the experience of tripping one's face off on lysergic acid diethylamide is the only substance-related experience she ever truly dreams of revisiting.

"Absolutely," Fisher told Rolling Stone when asked to name the upsides of getting down with drugs. "I don't think I was ever suicidal, and that's probably because of drugs. I did have… do have this mood disorder, so it probably saves me from the most intense feelings from that. I was able to mute that stuff. And I loved LSD. That was fantastic."

Fisher even had a favorite trip story to share, a desert tale involving former husband and expert acid trip soundtracker Paul Simon. "I had a lot of good ones," Fisher said, noting she "would like" to give LSD another go. "I had one where I was with Paul and my coat caught fire. We laughed at the flames. I had a lot of fun on acid and mushrooms and all that stuff. It was a part of my life when I was very young. I got into a lot of trouble because of it. Not the LSD, though. The other drugs."

So there you have it. LSD, as Fisher's enthusiastic co-sign shows, is still the knees of the bee after all these years. It's also part of a well-balanced breakfast and, hey, look at this wolf:

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