Maya Rudolph Sings a Soulful Ballad About Why Trees Shouldn't Die to Wipe Your Butt

She'd rather you used recycled TP from Seventh Generation

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Beloved funny lady Maya Rudolph, who coined the term, “vajingle” to describe her wacky, improvised riff for Seventh Generation tampons, is back to sing about the brand’s recycled toilet paper. And your butt. Or, as she puts it, “your precious human butt.”

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