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The Shore Thing

And Thus Civilizations Fall

So Friggin Ladylike!

Manolo says, the Snooki, she is not just the cultured lady-thing who drinks her herbal tea with the pinkie finger extended, she is also now the published author person!

Snooki once told a reporter for the NY Times that she’d only read two books in her life, Dear John and Twilight. The orange wonder can add one more book to that list, because her new work of “fiction,” A Shore Thing, is out in stores today. […] The book is about a character named “Gia,” who is basically Snooki, and her cousin, who rent a “Seaside Heights beach house/dump” over the summer and try to get laid.

Ayyyy! It sounds like something by D.H. Lawrence!

Of the course, we must now look at the excerpt of this debut masterwork, The Shore Thing.

A hot guido was staring at her – in a nice way – from across the room.

Gia smiled at him. His back against the wall, he stood just off the dance floor, thumb in a belt loop. His chest muscles strained the fabric of his black tank top. It fit across a tummy that was hard and flat enough to cut salami on. No tattoos, which meant plenty of empty space on his arms to ink PROPERTY OF GIA. He started as if he could see through her dress, right down to the zebra-print bra and thong set underneath.

“I found him,” Gia said to Bella, draining her Slippery Nipple in one long suck…

The Manolo was right! It is exactly like D.H. Lawrence, only with less swarthy gamekeepers, and more swarthy guidos!

But wait, it gets better…

Right at that moment, a Deadmau5 mix came on. He was her fave; it was a sign. She stepped onto the dance floor. The music took her over. Dancing had to be Gia’s second favorite way to work up a sweat. It definitely beat going to the gym. For exercise, Gia cranked house music in her bedroom and danced until her legs felt numb. She loved dancing and was talented, too. Gia won a contest while in high school for shaking it the longest and hardest without spilling a single drop of her vodka tonic.

Tonight, she aimed her gyrating hips straight at Salami Boy. The guy could take a hint. In two seconds, he creeped over to her. In five seconds, they were grinding, her butt pressed against his thighs.

She turned around to introduce herself. “I’m Gia,” she screamed in his ear above the music.

“Rocky,” he said, putting a bear paw on her waist and holding her against him.

Rocky in his jeans, thought Gia.

Even in the dark room, his blue eyes dazzled Gia. Ice blue. Something about light eyes on dark skin always made Gia’s body temperature rise. The music was too loud to talk, not that it mattered. Gia wasn’t interested in making a deep soul connection. Tonight was all about the three D’s: Drinking, Dancing, and Duh.

“Are you from around here?” she yelled.

“You got a nice rack,” screamed Rocky in reply.

Well, yeah, she thought. Okay, not a supergenius. That was fine. Gia didn’t judge. She was glad he approved.

“Come here,” he said, lifting her off her heels to bring her lips to his. She had to wrap her legs around his hips to stay up there. Here we go, thought Gia. Twenty minutes from club entry to hookup. This might be a record, even for her.

“Bitch, get away from him!” pealed a shrill voice from behind.

Bony fingers grabbed Gia’s shoulder and yanked her out of Rocky’s arms. She hit the floor on her heels like a cat, but then stumbled and landed on her ass embarrassingly. A few guys stared, jaws unhinged, at her sprawled on the dance floor. One started drooling.

“Oops,” she said, realizing her dress was pushed up around her waist. Full-frontal thong exposure….

Gia met the eyes of the seething blonde bimbo who’d thrown her to the floor. The girl’s arms were in battle position, ready to go. Rocky stood behind her, grinning as innocently as a choirboy.

The blonde lowered her arms suddently. “Gia friggin’ Spumanti.”

“Oh my freakin God,” said Gia. “Linda Patterson.”

OMFG, indeed!

Please to alert the press, we have found the Jane Austen of this generation!

12 Responses to “The Shore Thing”

  1. La Larson January 5, 2011 at 4:32 pm #

    Ick. Just ick. The lowest common denominator just went lower.

  2. ChaChaheels January 5, 2011 at 5:28 pm #

    When I read this, my brain automatically makes me think the words in a Joisey ayack-sint. Oh my freakin’ gad, alright.

  3. NDC January 5, 2011 at 5:41 pm #

    With all due respect to The Manolo, whose taste is almost always impeccable, and to those who wring their hands about this Joisey flash-in-the-pan (give her and her handlers credit for being shrewd – she and they are milking her axiomatic 15 minutes for all they’re worth), giving this dame and whatever she produces any attention only encourages this pathetic phenomenon to continue.

    Ignore it – rigorously and resolutely – and it eventually will wither from lack of attention. No Nielsens, no revenues, no show. I encourage the absolute, complete and total shunning to commence immediately.

    If not sooner.

    All the best,


    • Manolo the Shoeblogger January 6, 2011 at 9:49 am #

      This is true wisdom. If only the Manolo had enough strength of the character to do this.

  4. Mary January 6, 2011 at 3:30 am #

    Absolutely hilarious and totally yuck! What else can one say?

  5. Virginia Postrel January 6, 2011 at 4:50 am #

    At least Snooki has no tying flowers in pubic hair and ranting against modern civilization.

  6. Nancy C. January 6, 2011 at 7:49 am #

    Of course his name is Rocky. And Gia Spumanti? A classic for the ages.

  7. Cris January 6, 2011 at 8:27 am #

    I’ve read worse stuff in the New Yorker.

  8. Jelly January 6, 2011 at 6:57 pm #

    Good heavens, it’s like fanfic, but worse, because someone published it professionally.

    I’m no Jane Austen fan, but I’d read her any day before another word of this Snooki ‘literary’ disaster.

  9. Athena January 11, 2011 at 12:22 pm #

    Hilarious – thanks, Manolo!

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