Through all the hook-ups, the fights, broken bottles and mid-street meltdowns on "Jersey Shore," one thing has remained the same: Vinny and Pauly D's airtight bromance. We're beginning to believe that these two have actually gotten the memo on what it takes to make a relationship work. People joke about how uncomfortably close these two fist-pumpers are, but they're not seeing the bigger picture.
They are the only two in the house who haven't had a beef.
If you've been paying attention, you noticed that the two self-proclaimed guidos have never broken out the fisticuffs. We don't know what kind of magic potion they've discovered that keeps things harmonious, but they should share a little with the other roommates. There's such a thing as getting along, and then there's Vinny and Pauly.
Their sense of humor is priceless.
Couples who laugh more live longer. I'm sure there exist some statistics to support this theory. In any event, Pauly and his cohort are rarely seen when not giggling hysterically, or amusing each other with wacky impressions. There's something incredibly enticing about someone who can make you laugh for hours. You can see where we're going with this…
They're the most reasonable.
There's a reason why these two guys are hardly ever at odds, even with other people. In addition to being the life of the party, they're actually the most sensible in the house. Vinny played "intervention counselor" when he talked to Sammi and Ronnie about their fighting. And Pauly is basically the moral backbone of the MVP. They'd make perfect dads.
They're openly attracted to one another.
Sure, we know that all their pet names and macho PDA is just for kicks, but Vinny has mentioned how handsome Pauly is on multiple occasions. (That's overkill, dude.) Nevertheless, just think of how many relationships might be saved if more people acknowledged their sweeties like these guys do.
They never take themselves too seriously.
Nothing that either housemate says is ever misconstrued. Neither one has ever talked behind the other's back. In fact, they even do their confessionals together. How's that for unity? In any event, Vinny and Pauly never take themselves too seriously, even when they don't agree. (Which is never.) Heck, they've even got their own set of private jokes to which the house isn't privy. If nothing else is learned from this inseparable duo, it's that the couple that plays together, stays together. Now that is a saying that we can believe in.
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