Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Monitoring the Situation

In a recent episode of the show "The Jersey Shore," Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino tried to bed identical twin sisters, as David Jacoby noted

Unpopular opinion alert: Having a threesome with identical twin sisters would be terrible. How could you participate in such a thing without constantly analyzing the incest dynamic and wondering what kind of person wants be intimate with their mirror-image sister?

Consanguineous sex, especially if it is consanguinamorous rather than just play, can be especially exciting and erotic, as it turns out. Granted, if you don’t like seeing other people having an even better time than you are, it may not be so fun to be the unrelated person in the trio. But others have compersion.

More importantly, if the sisters are into identical-sibling coitus, that's probably just the tip of the insanity iceberg, and they're probably also into things like stabbing you to death with deer antlers.

Uh, no. But plenty of people who’ve never had consanguineous sex have done things like that.

Aubrey Sitterson wrote about the next episode

While there were no potential incestual – excuse me, consanguinamorous relationships brewing this episode, that doesn’t mean there wasn’t some fascinating debauchery and ridiculousness going down, just like weeks two and three.

It’s nice to know we’re having an impact on vocabulary. I do think "consanguinamorous" is useful in distinguishing consensual incest from rape.

While I am aware of the show and have seen clips, I don’t watch the show. Do you, dear reader?
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  1. LOL I hate Jersey Shore right off the bat. I have seen previews and it was just a bunch of drama...nothing important. Really dulls the intelligence of people as they would rather watch a video about a bunch of partying, then how to help the world be a better place. I also hated it because I think it is influencing some of the weak minded girls around. I have seen girls tend to 'act' like the jersey shore girls in their actions and they 'create' drama for themselves...they also like to call you out and get into arguments and make you feel like the rude one. (kind of like how people in jersey shore get into fights.)
    I'm a little confused...did Jersey Shore portray the debacle in a negative light?

  2. You know, that's a good question. I don't know how the show portrayed it; if they had anyone reacting negatively or saying it was bad. I'm just going on the written reviews. The show hasn't appealed to me, from the few clips I have seen. It is one of those shows that makes me wonder, "What's the point? To watch people get drunk and make out?"


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