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Celebrities Donate Pubic Hair For Charity. I Kid You Not. Well, Maybe….

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pubes.jpgBefore you think I’ve gone “nuts”, please visit this website and then come back. Go ahead. I’ll be waiting.

OK, you see what I mean? It looks reasonably legit. Then again, it could also be an elaborate joke of either a.) a very experienced and bored graphic/web designer or b.) a celebrity with a little too much time and money on their hands. I mean, seriously, there has been so much celebrity charity stories lately, that someone might be taking the mickey out on us. (and yes, British slang is appropriate here.) Anyways, 200 Euros will get you ULTRA CELEBRITY STAR PUBES (think David Beckham), 70 Euros will get you B-List Celeb Pubes (think Mario Lopez or Lindsay Lohan), and 60 Euros will land you with some C-List Love (think Screech from Saved By The Bell or Paris Hilton).As the site promotes, “All profits go into selected charity organisations and become an important part of making the world a better place. In short: We turn Hair into Care. It sounds dumb, but it is smart.”

I admire the site for its comedic value and will be even more impressed if, by the end of the countdown, there really is someone famous selling off their undersea forest for charity. Take a look at some of their posters! My fav: “Turning Aguilera’s MufRug Into Food Since 2006” or “Shavery Against Slavery!”

Oh yea, in nine days, we’ll see who the famous are behind this campaign. I swear, if Britney is on the list, it certainly explains a lot in light of all the recent photos the world has seen recently…..

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