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Golden Girls To Reunite For New Sexy PETA Ads!

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The Golden Girls want to thank you for being more than a friend — they also want to thank you for going vegetarian! In a surprising announcement, the original cast of NBC’s famed hit series is getting together one more time around the kitchen table — but without any robes or slippers! That’s right, these ladies will be wearing nothing but carefully placed veggies! From the release,

“Beatrice Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan and Estelle Getty are getting together one more time to prove that getting old doesn’t mean going soft with vegetables. ‘PETA is more than happy the original Golden Girls have decided to speak out and support this wonderful campaign,’ said spokesperson Aprile Pazzo. ‘You won’t believe how yummy Estelle Getty looks covered in beets and collards! All of the ladies just shined lathered up in 100% organic vegetable oil.”

While no photos from the campaign have yet been released, PETA assured us that it was only a matter of weeks before every media outlet in the nation was plastered with a little more gold than usual. “We can’t wait to show the world,” added Pazzo. “You won’t believe what Bea Arthur looks like layered in carrot cake!”

It’s worth noting that today is April 1st.

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