Monday, January 18, 2010

You Wanna Make Sumthin' Of It?

Unlike the rest of the universe, it seems, I have not watched one episode of "The Jersey Shore." (Trust me when I tell you that I am not mentioning this as I feel superior in some way. Quite the contrary. I'd watch one episode and be sucked in forever, much like the midsection of every Spanx-wearing middle-aged woman.)

Knowing nothing about the show does not, however, prevent me from taking time away from my very important work to play with the Jersey Shore Nickname Generator: which translated the following names for me:

Me:  The Position (So true. And I'm guessing that would have been plural when I was single.)

My daughter:  The Good Time (Fingers in ears singing "la la la la la la la".)

Canetto: Tan Jovi  (Right era/wrong look. Hai Karate Kid would be more apt for the Ralph Macchio lookalike who stole my heart.)

And just for kicks, I went ahead and entered my blog name:

Brutalism: The Back End

Can't argue with science,
Brutalism

18 comments:

Ri, the Music Savvy Mom said...

You really need to just quit your job and blog full time. I need more Bruta - er...more Back End.

Moooooog35 said...

Moooooog: DJ-Douchebag

Rodney: R-Muscle

It's like it KNOWS me.

dori said...

Forthwith, I will be answering to The Tan-Trum. Thank you.

NoShare said...

The Sausage Party.....

NoShare: Juice Springsteen

YinMetYang said...

The accuracy kind of freaked me out when I put my name in there...it's like they have a camera in my house.

yinmetyang: The Rack

(Maybe I should put in "Busty Neighbor Suzette")

Amanda C said...

Must tell you I came up as The Good Time also - not good - plug ears again! Allison came up as Pookie!

Brutalism said...

Ri - Now if only there was an architectural style known as "the back end". (Note to self: become famous globally by creating new architectural style. Call this The Back End.)

Moooooog - Eerie. And catchy.

Dori - You've been looking for a new last name...that might work.

NoShare - The Sausage Party...that could have totally been my college roommate's nickname. (Have I shared too much?)

YMY - Wetting pants.

Amanda C - If the Jersey nickname generator nickname fits...

Dilettard07 said...

There's a lot of "tan" in there it seems. Hopefully spray-on.

Youse may all refer to me as the "Tan-talizer."

dilettante07 said...

I would've thought Canetto would be "The Business End", or to play along with the vernacular, "The Bidness End".

dilettante07 said...

And I am from now on to me known as "The Incident", although I prefer "Mullenzo", which was my word verification for this post.

Brutalism said...

Tard -- That IS how I have always referred to you.

Tante -- Thanks for remembering. I'm fairly sure that is the Nanny's Jersey Shore nickname.

Brutalism said...

Tante, cont'd. -- If I call you Mullenzo, you have to promise to take up tightrope walking or something. Because that name HAS to be preceded by a "The Great".

The Great Mullenzo will now perform a death-defying stunt...like shopping at the Filene's wedding dress sale...

NoShare said...

Hmmm what's your room mates name and is she still single?
Did she prefer Kielbasa or Hickory Farms Summer Sausage, just trying to gauge the preferred size range.

Stacy said...

My Jersey Shore name is The Hot Spot. 'Nuff said.

Jay Ferris said...

I've yet to catch an episode of The Shore either, but I can tell you that I still enjoyed watching that Snooki bitch get punched in the eye.

Anna Lefler said...

Dude.

I haven't watched one episode (and plan to keep it that way)...but you may now refer to me as...

The Appointment

XO

a.

Steam Me Up, Kid said...

Vibe Time?

So...I'm the token chronic masturbator of the Jersey Shore?

Yeah...that sounds about right.

Jason the Absurdist said...

In much the same way that I've never watched an animal die (or been the cause of it as far as I'm aware) I've never see this show either.

But it did come up with "The Blowout" for my nickname. And those of you who knew me in my first long-hair phase know just how accurate that is.

What? No one here knew me then? Excellent.

Carry on.