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Ryan Reynold: having a baby can make you 'hallucinate'

According to Ryan Reynolds, you don’t need Peyote to hallucinate just have a baby.

“F–k peyote….You want to trip balls? Have a kid and see what it’s like to be awake for a month straight,” the “Deadpool” actor told Men’s Health in its February cover issue.

Reynolds, 39, shares a one-year-old daughter, James, with his wife Blake Lively.

The couple met on the set of 2011’s” Green Lantern,” and wed in a secret ceremony in 2012.

The proud dad, who is keen to raise his daughter out of the spotlight, said the lack of snooze time caused him to wake up in a stupor many times.

Reynolds opened up about baby James in the February issue of Men's Health.TURE LILLEGRAVEN/Men’s Health

Reynolds opened up about baby James in the February issue of Men’s Health.

“Did I really ride a unicorn to work? I’m pretty sure I didn’t, but I don’t know. Was Willie Nelson cradling my testicles this morning? It probably wasn’t him, but let me check his tour schedule just to be sure,” he joked about taking care of baby James.

Although he’s often to require to beef up for movie roles, the “Van Wilder” stud, known for his dashing good looks and washboard abs, said his exercise regime doesn’t include “400 pounds on my back in the squat rack.”

Instead, he likes “to hike and go biking, that kind of thing.”

“I get depressed if I don’t move. So for me, that’s enough,” he said.

Reynolds exercise regime includes hiking and biking. TURE LILLEGRAVEN/Men’s Health

Reynolds exercise regime includes hiking and biking.

Enlarge Reynolds graces the February cover of Men's Health.

Reynolds graces the February cover of Men’s Health.

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In “Deadpool”, which hits theaters Feb. 12, he plays the titular Merc with a Mouth in the “X-Men” spinoff.

Unlike most superheroes, Deadpool, a staple in Marvel comics, is known for his sarcastic humor, penchant for killing and obscene mannerisms.

“It’s something I needed to do. Because I really identified with this character. I understand the idea of filtering pain through a prism of comedy,” Reynolds said of the role.

He first appeared as the foul-mouthed mutant alongside Hugh Jackman in 2009’s “X-Men: Origins Wolverine.”

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