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Saturday, 5 December 2009

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Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez swimming underwater in Selena's pool.

TOPANGA CANYON, California - Miley Cyrus has just revealed that she has just gotten her very first tattoo.

The 17-year-old TV star showed it off while swimming at her friend Selena Gomez' swimming pool in Topanga Canyon.

Selena asked Miley what her father, ex-country singing unsensation Billy Ray Cyrus, who back in 1992, had a hit with his song "Achey Breaky Simply Pimply" thought about her new tattoo.

Miley blushed as she put her hand to her mouth. She told Selly that he did not know and that no one knew except for her and of course Paco.

Selena asked who Paco was and the Hannah Montana star said that it was Paco P. from La Habra, who is the owner of The Paco P. Tats For Tits Tattoo Temple.

The tattoo cost her $132 plus tax and a $4 imported India ink fee.

And what is Miley's first tattoo? It is a five-word tattoo located just underneath her left breast and it reads: Just Say No To Rugs.

Miley explained that it is a message which she is sending to her ex-friend Lindsay Lohan and other girls who seem to prefer the carpet remnants to the Oscar Meyers.

In related news. Sales of Hannah Montana Lunch Boxes in Switzerland have already surpassed the sale of the previously number one selling lunch box which was The Little Boy Who Put His Finger In The Dike Lunch Box.

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