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Socialites Go Freestyle, Save the Earth

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Lindsay LohanMany times, in order to help the environment, we need to give up certain things in our lives. This could mean using reusable containers instead of disposable Ziploc bags to store food or shutting off lights when we leave the room. It could also mean giving something up completely, such as printing emails, in turn choosing to read and store them electronically.

Well, now America’s socialites have taken a step towards a better earth in their very own way. They have given up panties. This is a huge win for the environment. They have given up the thong, which caused much energy to be used in creating the little strings that rested well above their pants line. Not to mention the pesticides used to grow any cotton that might have been used in the production of said thongs. This is great news.

Heavily paparazzi’d stars such as Lindsay Lohan, have been caught well, bareback, lately. You want to see, don’t you? You’re going to regret it. I really recommend you do NOT click this link. Don’t blame me. I warned you.

Other divas caught, ummm, saving the earth? Paris Hilton, Tori Spelling, Courtney Love and Kate Moss. It’s actually become a news story. They quote a stat that says about 30% of people rarely or never wear underwear. Now that’s what I call environmentalism.

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