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Pamela Anderson's Reaction To Jessica Simpson's Meat Shirt? "She's A Whore."

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The “Real Girls Eat Meat” controversy just will not go away.

A few weeks back, we showed a photo of Jessica Simpson wearing a shirt that said “Real Girls Eat Meat.” We weren’t sure if it was a slam on vegetraian-lovin’ ladies or just a remark towards a woman’s choice in sexual partners. Either way, soon enough PETA jumped on this quickly rolling snowball and denounced Simpson’s tee — followed by some interesting play that the shirt might be a jab at Tony Romo’s ex-girlfriend Carrie Underwood, who happens to be a vegetarian. Still following along?

Bill O’Reilly then come out of right-field and called Simpson “a Patriot” for “standing up to totalitarianism”, aka PETA. In reaction, both sides of this refusing-to-die debate threw up their hands and shouted, ‘WTF?’

Now — PETA heavweight Pamela Anderson is weighing in. During a recent interview on an Australian radio show, Anderson took the opportunity to express her feelings on the situation. “I think she is a bitch and whore. Actually, I don’t know if she was talking about food or men.”

(Don’t worry Pam, neither does anyone else.)

Anderson concluded the interview saying that she was proud of not eating meat. “I think it’s healthy, good for your body and good for the environment.” Ahh! Warm fuzzies all around…

via Green Daily

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