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Actress Spencer Grammer Only Dates Eco-Friendly Dudes

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Actress Spencer Grammar (Kelsey’s daughter) has one big rule when it comes to dating: you gotta be down with the earth!

As MNN.com recently reported, Grammar calls herself “crazy” about water conservation. The actress says: 

“I grew up in California where there’s always a drought, so you can’t have the faucet on. When anybody comes over and they’re brushing their teeth, I’m like, ‘Turn off the faucet.’ You can’t leave the shower on to let it heat up. That’s unacceptable. I just get really upset. It causes a lot of arguments, actually, especially if I’m dating someone. It’s not a deal breaker, but it definitely becomes a source of anxiety.”

No word yet on if grammar rocks the herbivore lifestyle, but we’re sure she’ll want to once she learns it takes 5,214 gallons of water to produce 1 POUND of beef (compare that to 23 gallons for one pound of lettuce and 25 gallons for one pound of wheat). Talk about a water-waster! 

What are your dating rules? Do you only hold hands with fellow environmentalists? Chime in and let us know!

As always, thanks to Erin for the tip! 

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