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Jersey Shore: DJ Pauly DelVecchio Says The Term ‘Grenade’ Wouldn’t Fly Today

Jersey Shore: DJ Pauly DelVecchio Says The Term ‘Grenade’ Wouldn’t Fly Today

Jersey Shore has invented a new vocabulary for themselves and their fans. The term “grenade” was often used to describe someone that men considered a threat to a potential hookup. Find out why Pauly DelVecchio thinks the term “grenade” is no longer cool to use.

The term “grenade” meant something completely different than roommates on the Jersey Shore. For Old DelVecchio, a “grenade” was “the unattractive friend” in a group of girls. There’s always one great friend and there’s always that other unattractive friend, so we call her the “grenade,”” explains DJ Pauly DelVecchio to Vulture. The reason we call it a grenade is that it always explodes at the end of the night. They always say, “I don’t have anyone to meet, so I want to go home.”

Like “GTL” and “Come to me, brother,” “Grenade” has become a popular term for the Jersey Shore cast and the general public. Unfortunately, it has evolved into a social descriptor with a negative connotation. As Vinny Guadagnino explained, the meaning of the term has evolved over time. “A ‘grenade’ has evolved to indicate a fat girl, which never happened,” he said, adding: “The original definition was that when you go out with a girl, she has a friend, and you need your friend to entertain the other friend who may not be attracted to him, but who is just a good sidekick. It could be anybody: it’s just someone your friend has to sacrifice himself for”.

Jersey Shore: DJ Pauly DelVecchio Says The Term ‘Grenade’ Wouldn’t Fly Today

In his 2018 interview with the Vulture, DJ Pauly DelVecchio admitted that he used “grenade” to describe a person who probably wouldn’t be good enough anymore. “I don’t know how much he could fly,” he said. “It’s better to be careful on television today, [because] people are more sensitive.” Apparently, people who were guests of the Jersey Shore cast have always been sensitive.

During the early days of the Jersey Shore, friends, family and strangers, the roommates invited to the house were present in episodes. As long as a release form was signed, the likeness of anyone was free to use – regardless of their status. For most of them, he was as drunk as he could be.

For others, it was a sober trip to the Shore Store for a birthday present. For some, their Jersey Shore experience is fun to relive. But for others, the experience is painful to relive. Someone who appeared on Jersey Shore shared a tweet on Reddit explaining their appearance on the show. More importantly, they shared how they felt watching their episode. “How does it feel to be a rando on Jersey Shore?” the tweet read. “Sign a release just to watch your episode and find out how ugly [the cast] thinks you are.” It’s not clear who this person was in relation to Jersey Shore, but what is clear is the pain he felt hearing what the roommates had to say. Fortunately, since DelVecchio thinks using the term “grenade” is no longer cool, many fans are likely to follow in his footsteps.

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