So, wait now. Olivia Munn is posing for PETA, which means not only is she anti-fur (duh), but she must be a vegetarian or vegan or something, right? PETA’d probably have absolutely nothing to do with her otherwise – does that sound like an OK connection to make?
That assumption being made, I just can’t see Olivia Munn as a vegetarian. Because she’s too much of a “guy’s girl,” duh, and in pushing that whole “I’m a hot nerd!” thing so far really kind of eeks you into the realm of “I’m a guy in a hot chick’s body,” and stereotypically speaking, what’s less “guyish” than not eating large, honking lumps of animal muscle and gristle and fat? No, I think Olivia Munn’s completely alright with the double-bacon burger fixation that she very well could have, but selling out to PETA when your target audience isn’t anti-meat-consumption fur-haters who pelt those they disagree with paint and shit isn’t going to gain you many of the fans that your trying to reach, I don’t think.
This kind of thing is precisely another reason that Olivia Munn is one fake-ass mofo. She caters to whatever audience is giving her attention – or an endorsement – at the time. She tries to appeal to the male “nerd” population, but in reality probably wouldn’t want to date anyone under Brad Pitt status; she tries to appeal to the downtrodden, picked-on high school girl, saying she was *just like them* in school, but yet people who went to school with her say that she was a stuck-up c-nt. Now she’s teaming up with PETA for … whatever reason. She must rather go naked than wear fur, I guess. That’s got to be it. But her original sentiments kind of echo “real girls hunt, real girls gut fish, real girls play video games, and real girls PROBABLY EAT MEAT,” don’t they, Olivia? Isn’t that part of your schtick also?
I mean, honestly. REAL MEN AND WOMEN EAT THE HEADS OFF OF SHRIMP AND THEN MASTURBATE WITH THE LEFTOVER GREASE, HAVEN’T YOU HEARD, PETA? What are you thinking?
Good God, Olivia. Pick an audience and pander to it. Which are you trying for, Livvy? Or wait. Ah. OK. I get it. It’s supposed to be all of them, isn’t it. Isn’t that what you want, to appeal to every man, woman, and aniaml; every class, sub-culture, and nationality? This conquest of universal acceptance is just another step in gaining the general public’s adoration, right?