The meat of the matter…

Real Girls Eat MeatAs has been buzzed about in the press and the blogosphere, Jessica Simpson was recently photographed in a “Real Girls Eat Meat” t-shirt – thus leading vegetarians, the generally eco-conscious and animal rights activists alike to groan in collective annoyance.

Her intentions behind making the meaty statement are unclear. Here’s some theories:

1. The t-shirt is a not-so-subtle jab at beau Tony Romo‘s ex, American Idol scion and active vegetarian Carrie Underwood.

2. Jessica’s demonstrated lack of knowledge as to the relationship between a live animal and the food it becomes (Chicken of the Sea and buffalo wings being the prime examples) may indicate that she’s confused about meat’s origins.

Meat is Murder t-shirt

3. She and Tony Romo have invested in a chain of barbeque restaurants and are trying to subconsciously put consumers in the mood for some Hickory-smoked meatiness. (Note his shirt in this picture – coincidence?)

4. Her “Meat is Murder” t-shirt was dirty.

Whatever her intentions, one thing is for certain: alternative t-shirt answers are one indication that there’s a number of people out there who don’t agree with her (or her t-shirt).

Here’s some of the answers we’ve seen:

If you have theories, thoughts or just plain opinions about Jessica Simpson’s fashion statement or you just want to share your own design, give us a holler or just upload it to your CafePress shop.

Who knows? Maybe Carrie Underwood will show up at the airport sporting your creation.

4 Comments
  1. Sock it to me. Good stuff BuzzCowboy!

    Well atleast the interpretations you came up with, were PG, versus the ones i got at my blog. Jeez!

    I like your tee selections above, too. Real Girls Eat, Period! (hahaha)

  2. Every time I hear the name Tony Romo I instantly think of the rib restaurant, Tony Romas. I guess that’s why he is famous, not because he dates annoying celebrities but because his name sounds like a rib chain.

  3. Hey Shannon -

    All the more reason to wonder whether this is a subtle pre-advertising technique for the soon-to-come Tony Romo’s Hickory-Smoked Rib House. Hmm.

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