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The Maine native drank for the first time at just 13 with her older brother Mike, then moved on to pot one year later. "We went to T.G.I. Friday's and in a haze I said, 'Do you guys feel like we're in a movie?'" she recalls.
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At 14, the now 31-year-old headed to a rave (or 90's dance party). Despite the atmosphere, Kendrick's brother told her she needed to wait two years to dabble in hard drugs. "Mike told me I wouldn't be allowed to take Ecstasy until I was 16, which was fine with me since I found navigating new environments hard enough when I was sober," she writes.
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As an aspiring teen actress in Los Angeles, Kendrick occasionally snuck into clubs. In the absence of a fake I.D., the star's friend told the bouncer that she was a friend of Ashley Olsen in order to get inside.
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But she moved on from the nightlife after turning 21. "Like guys who play hard to get, or Tickle Me Elmo, or your first period, sometimes you only want a thing until you have it," she explains.
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Despite smoking weed, Kendrick says she's never tried cocaine — at least not all the way. "I once secretly rubbed some residue on my teeth because that's what people do in movies," she admits.
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In her craziest stunt, Kendrick attended the Independent Spirit Awards for her Rocket Science nomination in 2008. But she was "genuinely happy" to lose to actress Cate Blanchett. "I wouldn't have been able to make a speech if I had won because…I was high off my face," she says. Earlier that day, she underwent an emergency nasal surgery and was put on a painkiller drip. "I'm tripping balls," she told the film's director at the glamorous event.
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