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Teens for Jeans Campaign 2012

Help Demi Lovato collect pants for the homeless with the Teens for Jeans Campaign. Kidzworld has all the details. Back to Article

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bubbledum1
bubbledum1 wrote:
2012-06-15 09:11:02 -0700

one of my friends did teens for jeans at our school

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Goth madness
Goth madness wrote:
2012-03-03 05:44:55 -0800

Yeah. Teens for jeans don't make no since.

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misky111
misky111 wrote:
2012-02-19 16:29:56 -0800

shouldnt it be jeans for teens?

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Striker24
Striker24 wrote:
2012-01-24 03:30:53 -0800

o.o wtf? Nuff said

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koolkk411
koolkk411 wrote:
2012-01-22 09:14:08 -0800

also, if u live in massachuesets, at the ymca in greenfield, inside the gameroom, there is a box that says teens for jeans on, u can drop off ur old jeans there! Wink

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Teena 25
Teena 25 wrote:
2012-01-17 17:36:59 -0800

Awesome!!!!

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-LindsayKay♥_1917913
-LindsayKay♥_1917913 wrote:
2012-01-17 15:15:16 -0800

FIRST COMMENT! WOOOO
anyway, thats pretty cool, the jeans thing, not what i just said xD

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