Naked Lindsay Lohan Asks: Paper, Or Plastic?

Well, maybe not naked, but that freckled train wreck will be taking shifts as a supermarket checkout girl at Sundance, Utah's Smith's grocery store. Ostensibly, this will help ground her during those long hours of yoga and equine therapy at a neighboring rehab clinic.

I know. This has very little to do with food, but can you imagine what would happen if this becomes a trend? You might be buying a plunger from Britney Spears, a pair of slacks from Robert Downey Jr., or a cheesesteak from David Hasselhoff. There could be an entire strip mall devoted to re-habbing celebrities working minimum wage jobs for their spiritual well-being. The Orange Julius would be managed by Paula Abdul. I'll take a bananarilla, Paula.

Yeah, just try to tell me you wouldn't shop there.

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