August 27th, 2008 | by Byron Beck News | Posted In: CLEAN UP, CLEAN UP

Bummer: Eco-Soap Store Keeps Nakedness to a Bare Minimum

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"I'd get naked for you if I could," said the skinny-assed soap salesman. "But I can't."

I had hoped to rush into Lush (803 NW 23rd Ave.) and find its employees "wearing nothing but aprons reading 'ASK ME WHY I'M NAKED.'”

But by 1 pm I was way too late. "We did that earlier," said the other soapy salesperson.

AT noon (sharp!) LUSH employees bared all in hopes that its patrons would purchase "products free of packaging." According to its press statement: "The brave shop workers will educate passers-by on the devastating environmental impact of packaged goods sold in cosmetic shops, supermarkets, and other retailers." LUSH's naked campaign was part of a coordinated national effort with similar events happening in 25 cities across the U.S.

Nobody told us the cheeky peek show would only last a half-hour.

The following photos are very SFW. It's up to your imagination to wonder what these folks looked like naked.
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