Monday, June 23, 2008

As far as t-shirt statements go, it's better than anything involving Che Guevara



Last week Jessica Simpson caught some heat from PETA for her "Real Girls Eat Meat" shirt. Apparently, the shirt was a dig at former Tony Romo girlfriend and the animal-killing organization's two-time "Vegetarian of the Year" Carrie Underwood. Advantage: Simpson (on a couple of levels, depending on how you interpret the shirt).

Ladies, let's leave the militant vegetarians out of this. Clearly, there's only way to solve your dispute: nude Jell-O wrestling. That way everybody wins. Especially us.

6 comments:

spydrz said...

I still don't understand how a country girl from a farm in rural Oklahoma is a vegetarian. She even sings about the Sonic in her hometown...last I checked, they sell lots of good meat-containing products.

Micah said...

Do you think she still lives in rural Oklahoma? Spheres of influence, dude...

spydrz said...

She's been a veggie since childhood.

Micah said...

I didn't know that. Not sure what's wrong with her, then.

SBn1 said...

what the media failed to realise is that jessica's shirt refers to Tony's meat.

Micah said...

Or mine.