Aaron Hetrick, a freshman from Denver, Colorado, decided once more today to just wear that new free t-shirt Stanford gave him yesterday instead of doing his laundry. “Why do my laundry when I attended the Big Game Big T-Shirt Giveaway, was a member of the class of ’12, and attended another Big Game Big T-Shirt Giveaway three days in a row?” he said. Soon after, Hetrick began the search for a clean pair of pants, using his patented sniff technique to find a relatively unused pair. He then put on some deodorant and went out to brag to his friends about how his decision to not do laundry was fully motivated by his desire to save the environment.

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