WESTWOOD — In light of the recent trend on Instagram where users share one pet picture in exchange for one tree planted, UCLA’s fraternities have begun petitioning for their own version involving naked pictures. “We just really care about the climate-change problem of the trees and like, bigger ocean levels, you know?” said Eddy Freddie of Kappa Mu Sigma, who was in the middle of a Zoom conference with hundreds of frat leaders nationwide to coordinate the effort. “Between me and Gamma Theta Pi and Chi Psi Fie and who knows who else, we can get every nude and save all the forests and make a global impact. That’s the goal of every frat!” At time of press, the frat leaders at Freddie’s conference had begun arguing over whether certain girls’ nudes were worth two or even three trees.
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