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Oh SNAP! Look who’s talkin S#!T about the Olsen twins! by Bacon Bits
December 12, 2007, 6:25 am
Filed under: Ashley Olsen, landfills, Mary-kate Olsen, She-Pratt | Tags: , , , ,

Meet the Trollsen Twins: Hairy-Kate and Trashley

A general rule of smack talk is that you’re allowed to say whatever you want about your loved ones behind their backs. Outsiders and unpopular people cannot. So when PETA pulled a She-Pratt (Spencer’s bellig sister) and blindsided Mary-Kate and Ashley just because they enjoy the finer things, fur, we were a little pissed.

With “Meet the Trollsen Twins,” a tacky, uncivilized web site attacking the tiny twosome because they like to stay warm the old school way, PETA hopes to reach a younger audience. There’s an interactive dress-up game (we found the fur selection a bit lacking), videos and, of course, you can buy trinkets! Because, you know, junk never killed anything– let alone any animals with soft, cuddly pelts.

If PETA would kindly get off the Olsen Twin gravy train and push forward with its much classier (and sexier) nude celeb campaign to spare endangered species, some of our generation’s fur lovers may actually take the time to rethink purchasing their 25th mink stole. Bacon Bits

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Wow – I can’t believe how ignorant this post is – I hope that the other people who write on this website continue to care more about the environment than celebrities – I thought we were supposed to support celebrities who help the environment rather than hurt it. For your information, killing animals IS bad for the environment!

More than half of the water used in the United States today goes to animal agriculture, and since farmed animals produce 130 times more excrement than the human population, the run-off from their waste is fouling our waterways. Animal excrement emits gases, such as hydrogen sulfide and ammonia, that poison the air around farms, as well as methane and nitrous oxide, which are major contributors to global warming. Forests are being bulldozed to make more room for factory farms and feed crops to feed farmed animals, and this destruction causes soil erosion and contributes to species extinction and habitat loss. Raising animals for food or fur also requires massive amounts of food and raw materials: Farmed animals consume 70 percent of the corn, wheat, and other grains that we grow, and one-third of all the raw materials and fossil fuels used in the U.S. go to raising animals for food and fur.

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Naomi Campbell

Man i love reading your blog, interesting posts !

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ashely scott

Thanks for the nice read, keep up the interesting posts..

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