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Tommy Lee Goes Vegetarian For Pamela Anderson

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Listen up chicks and dudes — if you wanna bag yourself a veggie you can try the typical flowers, candy and mushy love note route, but trust me, nothing says I want to jump your bones more than putting down the drumstick. 

Tommy Lee recently committed to a vegetarian lifestyle as he attempts to once again win the love of Pamela Anderson. Anderson and Lee are famous for their on-again, off-again romance, but this time Lee is serious about being with Pam and has commited to the vegetarian lifestyle to prove it. As Ecorazzi has reported on numerous occasion Pamela is a diehard animal-rights activist and works with PETA on a regular basis. 

Lee says: “I just went vegetarian (and) I dig it, I feel lighter, I like it. I figured that this is something I hadn’t done yet but wanted to. At this point in my life, I’m down to trying anything I haven’t done yet.” Pamela has recently moved into Lee’s house with her kids and Tommy says “It’s awesome, man. It’s definitely working.”

If you’ve recently passed a love note to that adorable vegetarian in your life with no success, start eating more of the green stuff and try again. Nothing says, “I think you’re tubular” more than a little jaunt down veg lane. To find out more visit GoVeg.com.

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