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Colin Firth Does Good, Drives Green

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Everybody loves Mr. Darcy…er, Colin Firth. The man is just plain dreamy, and a lot of women think of him as the perfect British gentleman.

And as if he doesn’t already have more than his fair share of fans, he’s bound to get a lot more of them when they find out that not only has he shunned big flashy vehicles in favor of a trusty old car he’s had for year, Colin has also gotten himself a Toyota Prius. He says, “I don’t want to come across as worthy,” he says apologetically, “but I have never been excited by big, high-powered cars. They look okay, I suppose, but they are just not for me.”

It looks like he’s keen on making a responsible choice because he was also considering a Honda Civic hybrid prior to the purchase. Only makes sense that he wants to do the right thing. Not too long ago, he stepped in and spoken up to prevent asylum refugees from getting deported.

Thanks to Linton for the tip!

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