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14What Is Snooki’s Least Favorite Word?

A photo of Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi

Let’s just get right down to it: it’s the C word. C-nt. See? It’s so bad that our advertisers don’t want us to use it. Everybody hates that word, it seems.

Here’s what Snooki said:

A photo of Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi

Ok, that’s fair, but I kind of love the word, to be honest. I like the way it sounds, and I like to have something extra intense to pull out if needed. I also like the way that, every time I say it, my BFF goes “ewwwww, stop, ugh,” because she feels the same way that Snooki feels. It’s not because she’s offended on some feminist level, it’s because she just really hates the way it sounds. Isn’t that neat?

And while this discussion has definitely happened before, I always think it’s interesting to hear what people think about the word. Some people think it’s horrible, and that to use it is harmful to all people who possess a literal vagina. Some people think that it’s something to reclaim, like some awful slur that they need to take back. But I kind of just really like the way it sounds.

Thoughts?

December 20, 2012 at 5:30 am by Emily

14 Responses to “What Is Snooki’s Least Favorite Word?”

  1. Mercy says:

    Cunt is absolutely my favorite word. I love it! It’s just so fun to say.

  2. Kerilyn says:

    I hate it and think its highly offensive and degrading. Like having my ears raped. Women who embrace it are equally offensive, like they’re trying to be cool enough to be in the “man club”. Just pathetic.

  3. Mark says:

    Kerilyn, you are the definition of a goddamn cunt. It’s just a word. Typical woman.

    Women are worthless.

  4. Sammy says:

    I’m also quite fond of the word cunt. It doesn’t come out very often but when it does, the men and women I throw it at are being complete cunts. Sometimes I’ll throw in “camel cunt” just to pay homage to my favorite author. Thanks GGRM!

  5. Sammy says:

    Mark, stop being such a fucking camel cunt!

  6. puddin says:

    Never used it because I think it’s awful, but then I only swear for funsies sometimes anyway. That word has mad onomatopoeia. It sounds like dropping something heavy and rusty in the bottom of an old bucket.

  7. Katy says:

    I find other terms more insufferable – I hate “pussy,” “vag,” or whatever. I would rather hear the c word over any of the frat-boy terms.

  8. Tiffany says:

    I don’t like that word either, but for some reason, it’s harder for me to say the word pu*** unless you’re calling someone that because they’re being a weak lil punk bitch. If its said as the girly part, i still blush and can’t say it without hesitance.

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