Watch: Gay Boyfriends And Forgotten Trysts — Long Before ‘Jersey Shore’
Though both are now destined for a happily-ever-after with the man of their dreams, their love lives started like any other — with a first date. For Polizzi, it all went down one fateful night when she was just a pre-teen growing up in upstate New York.
“[It was] probably 8th grade, and I went for pizza and saw a movie,” she told Celebuzz of her innocent evening. But her middle school suitor wouldn’t last. “It turned out he was gay, and I knew he was. And I was like, ‘You can tell me.’ I wondered why he didn’t kiss me!”
“Alright, everyone says they’re supposed to remember. Is it bad if I don’t remember?” she asked, trying to muster up the identity of her first partner.
“It’s cause you’ve slept with too many men,” Polizzi teased her BFF.
While she couldn’t pinpoint her first time between the sheets, Farley seemed fairly sure her first date happened when she was a youngster camping in upstate New York. “It was probably like I went to…the pool with a kid,” she explained.
When it came to celebrity crushes, though, the Snooki & JWoww stars both knew their number one.
“Leonardo DiCaprio from Titanic,” Farley gushed. “Devon Sawa from Casper,” Polizzi chimed in. “I would pause it and kiss the screen. I love Devon Sawa.”
Though there’s only one apple of her eye this Valentine’s Day, Polizzi wasn’t always just a one-man kind of woman. “I had like seven [boyfriends] in kindergarten. I started out a little whore,” she joked. “I had a of Valentines. I gave my cards out to every hot boy.”
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