In block 1, Nicole has a mental breakdown because nobody will explain to her that the way she carries herself is raunchy and unacceptable.
This is the reason why people shouldn’t enable weirdos.
At least, if you’re going to enable somebody that behaves strangely, balance your interaction with them with reality, or what Politically Correct people call “Tough Love”.
Your “boyfriend” told you he doesn’t like chicks that speak or act like whores. You continued to speak and act like a whore. He told you to stop. You refused to stop, and, in fact, told him “You don’t want to talk to me?.. BYE!!!” and started dancing like your life was lovely, and then when he threw your jacket at you and broke north with no delay, your entire world fell apart.
When y’all keep telling chicks that nothing is ever their fault, they start believing it. This is why they sit around, alone, drinking, wondering what happened to their so-called “relationship” because none of you will tell her that she personally drop-kicked it out the window by acting like an asshole when she was ordered to cease and desist.
I Already Told My Moms That My Girlfriend Is A Whore
Block 2 was actually interesting.
Jenni decides she wants to try to help Nicole.. once again, enabling her ridiculousness by trying to smooth things over for her in a relationship that Jenni isn’t involved in.
She calls Nicole’s “boyfriend”, who initially lies and says that he’s gone, then he lies and says he’s in Rome (instead of Florence, where the Jersey Shore house is), then he lies and says he’s on a train to Rome (not the sharpest pencil in the box, this dude), then he admits that he’s actually still in Florence, but at the train station WAITING FOR a train to Rome.
He does a nice thing for Nicole, letting Jenni walk her to the train station so she can talk to him in person. It was good of him to give her that amount of closure.
According to the edit, he didn’t tell her WHY he was leaving and WHY their relationship is now over (as if it ever existed in the first place).
The most important aspect of this section is that we find out that his mother changed his travel tickets for him after HE “called his family, flipping out, and they booked him a new flight”.
The reason why this is important is that it’s one thing for a dude to feel like you’re unacceptable as far as being in a relationship with him. It’s a totally different and way more important thing if HIS MOTHER thinks you’re unacceptable to be in a relationship with her son.
This indicates that her “relationship” really is completely over, because she’s never going to be able to live this down. In fact, dude would have had to have prevented his parents from EVER watching ANY episodes of Jersey Shore if he wanted them to think that Nicole was appropriate to become his wife, bear his children and represent his family name.
Anyway, even though he wasn’t shown on tape to tell her to her face that he doesn’t trust her anymore, because she can’t even conduct herself as a respectable lady IN FRONT OF HIM when she’s drunk, so who knows what the hell she does when he’s not around, and he’s not willing to take that chance, it was still good of him to at least see her and give her the chance to explain herself while she was sober and for him to tell her while she’s sober that he’s done with her, wishes her well, and needs to bounce.
Finally, Some Truth
Later in the show, we hear this exchange, which is the most important, relevant and authentic conversation EVAR in the history of “Jersey Shore”:
- Nicole – I’m just really sad that you left, so..
- “boyfriend” – To be honest with you, walking out was something I had to do. If I just sat there and watched you dancing with your skirt up, that means you don’t respect me.
- Nicole – Really? I have to accept the fact that you left, because that happened?
- “boyfriend” – Well.. I have to accept that my girlfriend was dancing like a ******* pig in front of me?.. Like, what do you want me to do?
- Nicole – A pig?… I can’t believe you just said that, I’ve been crying my eyes out because you left.
- “boyfriend” – Nicole.. You picked your ******* skirt up and had your underwear on.. Who does that?
- Nicole – I don’t know.. I was drunk and I just wanted to have sex with you.
- “boyfriend” – You made the decision to embarrass me and do something that girlfriends don’t do to boyfriends that they care about… People don’t do that, so I made the decision to leave. It’s that easy. Why can’t you think about what I’m saying?
- Nicole – No, because you’re hurting my feelings. I don’t even know why we’re together right now, because I’m not happy. I don’t deserve this, ok, I don’t.
- “boyfriend” – ok.. And I deserve to fly across the country and have my girlfriend humiliate me?
- Nicole – Whatever. You’re making me feel really low… I don’t want to talk right now. You’re making me really upset.
- “boyfriend” – We’re going to talk this over.
- Nicole – No, I don’t want to talk to you because you’re like “You shouldn’t have done that, blah blah blah”, you make me feel like a ******* bad person. Stop.
- “boyfriend” – So, why are you with me?
- Nicole – I don’t know. I’m asking myself that ****** question right now. So Stop.
- “boyfriend” – What do you mean you’re not being yourself? You’re drunk seven days a week, you’re hooking up with girls, and you’re dancing in your underwear. That’s not you?
- Nicole – That was so mean.
- “boyfriend” – I’m saying.. How are you not being yourself? I don’t get it. What am I doing to you that’s not making you be yourself?
- Nicole – I don’t want to talk to you right now, and I’m not going to call you for a few days. I need a break from you. I don’t want to talk to you.
- “boyfriend” – Excuse me?
- Nicole – I’m sorry. I don’t want to talk to you.
- Nicole – Yeah, that IS my decision. You should have never said that before. Good job.
- “boyfriend” – Said what?
- Nicole –
Because you’re making me really ******* depressed. This whole time, I’m depressed because of you, and I’m not being myself, so thank you.
“boyfriend” – That’s your decision?
There are at least a million important points in that exchange, but here are some highlights:
“I told you not to act like a whore, you decided to get drunk and act like a whore, so you were disrespecting me” is countered by “I was drunk” = LOSE
“You were dancing like a pig in front of me” was countered by “I can’t believe you said that after I was crying that you left” = LOSE
“You picked your skirt up in public” was countered by “I was drunk and wanted to have sex with you” = LOSE
“You embarrassed me by doing something that girlfriends don’t do to boyfriends that they care about” was countered by “You’re hurting my feelings” = LOSE
“We’re going to talk this over” was countered by “No. You’re making me feel like a bad person” = LOSE
AND!!! 😀 HAHAHA The Mother Of *ALL* Reality-Checks… “What do you mean you’re not being yourself? You’re drunk seven days a week, you’re hooking up with girls, and you’re dancing in your underwear. That’s not you?” is countered by abject silence = LOSE
Here it is.. And I’ve been saying this for years, already… Remember all that SHIT you talk about the girls that the guys bring home to screw?.. IT APPLIES TO YOU, TOO.
If you don’t like that, stop acting like that. You can’t act like that and get a pass because you’re you and they’re not.
The people that are giving you a pass know and believe that you’re a whore, but won’t tell you to your face because that’s what they think friendship is, and then, when you get dumped by someone that wants to date a respectable woman, they screw your mind up even more by telling you that HE’S the strange one for not accepting you the way you are.
That’s usually because THEY’RE freakazoids as well.
The rest of the foxes will tell you that you belong in the henhouse, and the farmer was wrong for kicking you out, no matter how many chickens you just ate.
This is why it’s in NOBODY’S best interests to let weirdo drunken omnisexuals think that normal people are going to accept them into traditional boyfriend/girlfriend relationships.
IN FACT… What’s even worse than her “boyfriend” telling her the truth about herself, such as “You’re drunk seven days a week, you’re hooking up with girls, and you’re dancing in your underwear. That’s not you?” is that NICOLE. DOESN’T. LIKE. THE. TRUTHFUL. AND. VIDEOTAPED. REALITY. ABOUT. HERSELF. o_O
“You’re making me feel like a bad person” means “You’re talking about me in the same way that I talk about other girls, because I thought I was exempt from the exact same scrutiny and judgement”. You’re not. You are what you eat, Capisce?
Your Feelings Don’t Matter
Another really great interaction occurred later on in the episode:
- Jenni – You’re going to lose Nicole as a friend.
- Mike – No. I won’t.
- Jenni – You really don’t think she won’t?
- Mike – No.
- Jenni – She will choose her boyfriend over anybody.
- Mike – So when Nicole was blowing me, right?.. Watching her girlfriend get ******…
- Jenni – You’re talking about my best friend giving you head?
- Mike – Well.. She did that.
This is a typical clash between THE FACTS and SOMEONE’S FEELINGS about the facts.
Jenni claims, based on idealism and not wanting to admit that her homegirl is a whore and very well should have been dumped by her so-called “boyfriend”, that Nicole will choose her “boyfriend” over anybody.
This is offensive to Mike, who knows (because it happened to him), and who has said countless times on the show that Nicole blew him while she was already “with” her current “boyfriend”.
Like I was saying above.. “Your homegirl blew me” is *NOT* successfully countered by “I don’t like that you said that. You’re a creep”.
The facts remain intact. Unless you were there, and you’re an eyewitness, or you saw videotape of the interaction, you have *ZERO* direct knowledge of what your homegirl did or didn’t do. How you feel about what she allegedly did is of no consequence, whatsoever. Your only option in life is to ask her if she did it or not and then believe her or believe him.
Make sure that you include, when you decide whether she blew him or not, that she’s messed with Mike several times on videotape already. Make sure that you include that she made out with and hopped into bed with Deena and lied to her boyfriend about it. Make sure you include all the other times she’s tried to throw ***** at guys since the show started filming. Make sure you include how she’s prone to waking up in the morning and not remembering what happened the night before (as we’ve ALSO seen on videotape). Make sure you include that Mike wasn’t the only person there when Nicole blew him….
Make sure you include that when Mike asked Nicole if she wanted him to recount exactly what happened that night, she walked away, instead of challenging him. Make sure you include that she keeps trying to call them “just friends” and then admitted in this episode that they hooked up in Los Angeles. o_O
She’s. *******. Lying.
Jenni’s only making yourself look like a fangirl idiot, championing Nicole’s cause, trying to get her “boyfriend” to come back, and getting upset at Mike for telling what has not yet been disputed as the absolute truth about Nicole hooking up with him since she’s been “with” her so-called “boyfriend”.
Frying Pan, Meet Fire
The last block shows Deena throwing it at Pauly again, unsuccessfully.
I have no idea when she’s going to get a clue. If a dude has nothing better to do, and you throw ***** at him and he kicks you out of bed, just get over it and forget about it.
Meanwhile, and more importantly, Nicole simultaneously climbs into bed with Vinny.
This is why a) she’s not to be believed when she says she didn’t blow Mike, and b) I always put quotes around “boyfriend”, because girls like this don’t actually HAVE boyfriends.
If you pay attention to the edit and to the clothes the cast are wearing, this is the basic timeline:
- “Boyfriend” arrives.
- Nicole screws him in the sex room.
- Nicole dresses up like a hoochie to go to the club with her “boyfriend”.
- Nicole “dances like a pig” and her “boyfriend” bounces.
- “Boyfriend” finally returns to the house and immediately gets his things and leaves, the same day he arrived. Jenni even said that he was only in town for 6 hours.
- Nicole wakes up the next day.
- Jenni orchestrates a meeting between Nicole and her “boyfriend” that day.
- “Boyfriend” still leaves town.
- Housemates go dancing.
- Next day, Nicole calls her “boyfriend” and gets told about herself.
- Nicole doesn’t break up with him, but says she’s not going to talk to him for a few days.
- The housemates decide to party in the house tonight.
- That same night, Nicole climbs in bed with Vinny and ***** him.
So… Without verbally breaking up with her “boyfriend”, Nicole elects to hop in bed with Vinny and screw him.. Which is no big deal, because she’s hopped in bed with Vinny on videotape and screwed him before, so it’s regular.
Therefore, it’s not far fetched that she blew Mike without breaking up with her “boyfriend” and she DEFINITELY messed with Deena on videotape without breaking up with her “boyfriend”.
This is why Mike keeps getting upset when people act like they don’t believe he hooked up with Nicole. It’s not a big deal that she blew him. It’s a big deal that she’s lying about it, and it’s a big deal that the girls are taking her side and backing her play just because she’s a female.
It’ll be interesting to see what they have to say in the next episode, being that Vinny, Pauly & Deena are all roommates, and Nicole hooked up with Vinny right before their eyes, including telling him, which was subtitled by MTV, “I want you to **** me” and then when Vinny asks her “Aren’t you with your boyfriend anymore?”, she wags her head “No”, so he goes ahead and hits it.
I’ll be REEEEEEALLY INTERESTED to see what the other girls have to say about this, the day after. Deena is now an eyewitness. She can’t say Nicole didn’t give it up. Vinny and Pauly are eyewitnesses. Her credibility is now *ZERO* that she didn’t hook up with Mike just like he said she did.
This is why I keep telling you people that titles are meaningless. It makes no difference that some chick will call you her boyfriend if she’s going to hop into bed with the next man 48 hours after *NOT* breaking up with you.
Also, the people that try to vilify the boyfriend for dumping the girlfriend for her freakazoid behavior aren’t helping her out, but rather hopping into the same hole she just dug for herself to live in.
Is there anything wrong with Nicole indiscriminately gettin’ her groove on?.. Nope. 🙂 More power to her! 😀 .. If she thinks a normal dude’s going to accept her behavior if he’s looking for a trustworthy woman to introduce to his family, marry and have kids with, she’s got another thing coming.
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