Carrie Underwood takes part in the what I've learned column in Esquire Magazine this month, and like all things where lengthy answers are not required, the celebrity sounds interesting. I never thought I would say this about Carrie Underwood but you should read it. It sounds like she is lonely and that no one knows how lonely she is and her cell phone is her best friend and we don't know how much she is lonely and everyone thinks its glamorous but she is lonely and an animal lover and lonely and you get the idea. She did say that Cowboy Casanova is not about Tony Romo. She basically kicks him in the balls with a sentence. "No. I would never immortalize a guy that did me wrong. I would never give him that much credit."
Do you think she actually talks like that or she was really trying to solidify her country roots? He did me wrong. See, to someone from the Southwest it means he treated her poorly. To the rest of the country it sounds like he was either a really bad lover or that he tried to use a part of her body she wasn't prepared for.