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i get that a lot

Ever want to have Paris Hilton pump your gas? And just as it implies? Not some weird sexual metaphor? Me too!

CBS has this reality series, I Get That A Lot, which I'm quite curious on seeing. It places celebrities i.e. Paris Hilton and Snoop Dogg in everyday situations- working menial jobs, where you'd never guess to see them- and films people's reactions to it. I think it's kind of genius.

The first episode showed the world the Subway guy, Jared, actually working at a Subway. TOO MUCH, TOO MUCH. Jessica Simpson works as a computer technician here:




According to the wise folks at Wikipedia:
The second episode airs on CBS January 6, 2010 at 8:00 PM. Participants include KISS guitarist Gene Simmons working as a psychic guru, socialite Paris Hilton working as a gas station attendant, Big Brother and The Early Show host Julie Chen working at a yogurt shop, skater Tony Hawk working at a surf shop, hip-hop artist Snoop Dogg taking on the role as a parking lot attendant, and chef and talk show host Rachael Ray working at a dry cleaner.

So will you watch it this Little Christmas? I think I'm going to. HOW CAN I PASS THIS UP AH RACHAEL RAY AH

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