Jacked on or Jacked with?

Reply Tue 3 May, 2016 01:21 pm
Hi, I'm designing a t-shirt for crossfitters that reads "These muscles are jacked with peanut butter". Meaning the crossfitter is "jacked" and he eats a lot of peanut butter. I'm still not sure if "jacked with" is the correct form or should I use "jacked on" or maybe even "jacked up on". What I'm trying to say is the muscles are "filled" or "made of" peanut butter.
Reply Tue 3 May, 2016 01:43 pm
Well I sure wouldn't say "jacked up" since that means somethings wrong with it.

Is there some reason you feel committed to the word jacked?

Tes yeux noirs
Reply Tue 3 May, 2016 02:05 pm
What is a "crossfitter"?
Reply Tue 3 May, 2016 02:11 pm
@Tes yeux noirs,
Someone who does "Crossfit", an exercise program. I doubt any of those people would want to advertise they eat lots of fatty peanut butter though.
Reply Tue 3 May, 2016 02:20 pm
Actually, peanut butter is a common food among the fitness community, it's been said to have a lot of "good fats", is satiating in small amounts and it's a good go-to when you're hungry but want to avoid carbs.
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Reply Tue 3 May, 2016 02:24 pm
I just thought "jacked" would resonate better with crossfitters, for they're looking to appear fit, buff, and badass.

Any other suggestions are welcome. Maybe "packed" or something like that.
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