Plastic, Fantastic, Inevitable

We were walking by LUSH today, and one of their employees was outside. She was dressed in about a hundred plastic bags, all pinned to her apron to f
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We were walking by LUSH today, and one of their employees was outside. She was dressed in about a hundred plastic bags, all pinned to her apron to f
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We were walking by LUSH today, and one of their employees was outside. She was dressed in about a hundred plastic bags, all pinned to her apron to form a very ugly dress, and she was screaming, "Turn in your bags! Turn in your bags!" It's too bad we were so creeped out, because it was an excellent idea: Bring in your plastic bags to LUSH and get something much, much cooler: The chance to sample some of the cool company's signature bath and shower goodies, and the knowledge that instead of your bags filling a landfill, they'll actually get recycled. But what about recycling the bags yourself by wearing them as a dress? We wouldn't recommend that - it's a little too Marjorie-The-Trash-Heap from Fraggle Rock. Oh god, please tell us you're old enough to remember Fraggle Rock...