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Jersey Shore Read In the Style of Oscar Wilde [Video]

Of Course!

The two lead actors performing in Broadway’s production of Oscar Wilde‘s The Importance of Being Earnest, Santino Fontana and David Furr, made an unbelievable discovery — transcripts of MTV‘s Jersey Shore sound positively smashing when read by their respective characters, Algernon Moncrieff and John Worthing. Along with Playbill, Fontana and Furr have embarked on this video side project, Jersey Shore Gone Wilde. The entire series is here for your enjoyment. And you will need a brain condom. (Some language NSFW, but bleeped)

Part 2: “I will f*cking attack you like a squirrel monkey.”

Part 3: “I hooked up with her when I was 21! I’m 23 now. It was years ago!”

Part 4: “… Slop-a-dop-tus.”

Part 5: “Fred Flinstone Toe!”

(Playbill via Flavorwire)

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