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Hey Kids, Don't Do Drugs Unless You Want to be a Supermodel

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Um, here's the worst Just Say No To Drugs message we've ever heard. According to an interview in the latest issue of Harper's Bazaar, 1970s supermodel Jerry Hall says that LSD inspired her to start modeling.

"A boy gave me a quarter of a tab. I didn't know what it was!" Hall said. "I locked myself in the bathroom and spent the whole night staring in the mirror, going, 'Oh, my God. ... All of a sudden, I thought, 'Wow!'"

Inspired, she jetted off to Paris and, well, the rest—marrying a rockstar, spawning model children, being famous, etc.—is history.
· Supermodel Jerry Hall: LSD inspired me to model; 1970's icon sez fashion shows today are 'creepy' [NYDN]