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Chelsea Handler Celebrates Birthday by Skiing Without Pants While High

Chelsea Handler Celebrates Birthday by Skiing Without Pants While High


Chelsea Handler Celebrates Birthday by Skiing Without Pants While High
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Even though she doesn’t wear any pants while hitting the slopes, the comedienne keeps her body warm in a striped orange ski jacket, a taupe helmet and purple goggles.

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Chelsea Handler went wild to celebrate her 45th birthday. Instead of party and cakes, the comedienne decided to mark her milestone by going skiing down a mountain without pants while enjoying marijuana and margarita.

In a video shared on her Instagram account, Chelsea was skilfully hitting the slopes in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada in her underwear. Her hands were full with a marijuana joint in one and a glass of margarita in the other. Even though she didn’t wear any outfit to protect the lower part of her body from cold, she kept her body warm in a striped orange ski jacket, taupe helmet and purple goggles.

Other images in the post showed the “Chelsea Lately” alum posing with a wide smile, still half-naked in one and covered in a white robe in two others. “Skiing into 45 with my margarita, my marijuana and my mountain!” she captioned the post, adding a couple of hashtags that read, “Who needs pants” and “Birthday suit.”

In another birthday post, she posted footage of her showing her cupcake with a joint on top of it. “It’s my birthday week and I can rip from a cupcake if I want to,” she wrote underneath the post.

Chelsea has never hidden her passion for marijuana. Last year, she invested in cannabis lifestyle company Civilized after appearing at dozens of its event. “Cannabis has made a difference in my life, in the lives of my friends and people who have been reintroduced to it. Working with Civilized, I’ve seen how passionate they are about smashing outdated cannabis stereotypes while keeping people entertained, and it’s been a real inspiration,” she said in a statement. “It’s more than just a media company, it’s a movement. And one I’m proud to be a part of.”