Note to Celebrities: STOP TAKING NUDE PICTURES

12/16/2013 6:10 AM PST, by Sarah Taylor
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Ugh. OK, so that's Dylan Sprouse, one-half of Disney's "Suite Life" little kids, a show that was way before my time. Something that's not exactly before my time, though? Dumb leaked photos of male celebrities with their peckers out, and female celebrities with their boobs all flailing in the air, and more.

Friends -- STOP WITH THE NAKED PHOTOS, OK? WE KNOW WHAT PENISES AND VAGINAS AND BOOBS LOOK LIKE. YOUR PRECIOUS PRIVATE PARTS ARE NO DIFFERENT THAN ALL THE OTHER PRECIOUS PRIVATE PARTS THAT ARE JUST ONE PERVERTED GOOGLE SEARCH AWAY, ALL RIGHT? 

Dylan, though, isn't shying away from his photos, trying to make amends for being Disney and being hung or whatever, he's ... well, he's kind of justifying it, which almost makes the idea of "stop leaking nude photos because you're a celebrity" better. Here's his response:  He also goes on to say that he messed up, and he'd be a fool not to own up to it, which is commendable. But here's the lesson to learn, friends: nude photos -- whether you're super famous or just a little famous or not even famous -- almost always come out. Almost always. And you're either one of two types of people when this kind of crisis hits -- you're either shocked and saddened that someone would air your private pictures that are so private that they shouldn't have even been taken if you were so worried about it to begin with, or you're experiencing a jolly kind of high in getting your name in the headlines no matter what you had to do. 

Dylan doesn't  appear to be either, luckily.

However, here's a general memo: should any more celebrity leaks happen, which they doubtlessly will, let's all collectively hope that they just own it like Dylan has, because the world can't take any more apologetic "I'm the victim!" statements or shameless promotions at the cost of reproductive bits and pieces. 

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