After ironing on transfers with the names of pop acts, they would list the shirts for sale on e Bay. But despite her hard work, Mila didn't profit from the dubious enterprise.'My girlfriend Julie kept all the money.Said Mila: 'At that time, the number one image was Backstreet Boys and/or NSYNC,'And she admitted the shirts weren't exactly official. I was just, like, hanging out.'The mother-of-two, now wed to her That 70s Show co-star Ashton Kutcher, also revealed that she helped out her friend in another enterprise.
She added: 'Every month, to his office, he gets a little letter that says, "An anonymous donation has been made in your name." I don’t look at it as a prank.This is just - I strongly disagree, and this is my little way of showing it.' Mila is not alone in her subtle protest.#yesihaveascrunchieinmyhair #shaiiswortheverypound.” And while the new mom is sharing her body transformation, the couple has decided to wait to show pictures of their baby boy.“We can’t wait to share him with you, but for the first most crucial weeks of his life we’re just keeping him for ourselves and soaking up these moments,” Murgatroyd wrote on Instagram.“You think you’re a selfless person, and then you realize you’re not,” Biel, 35, spoke candidly of life as a mother.
“These little people come around, and they require so much, and your schedule is really not your own …Reflecting on those years the now 34-year-old said she helped out her best friend Julie by making the shirts and selling them on e Bay.Describing the finished product as 'really crappy', she said the two teens would bulk buy T-shirts for pennies in downtown Los Angeles.The 37-year-old reality star said: 'The perception of Planned Parenthood is that it's this abortion clinic.That's nothing like what it's like.'Adding: 'Hearing that firsthand really made it real for me.' Kourtney agreed, noting that 'hearing the stories for sure was eye-opening.'The three women met with Kelly, who found out she and her boyfriend both had contracted HIV.Khloe said: 'I'm a big fan of Planned Parenthood now.'She explained: 'Meeting all the girls and hearing their stories and seeing how many women have helped by some of the services they have to offer - I think people need to be more educated before they form opinions, and that's what I'm grateful that I had the opportunity to do today.'Keeping Up With The Kardashians airs on Sundays at 9pm on E!