You might know Adrian Grenier as the slightly smug, slightly self-centered, but always adorable Vince from HBO’s hit Entourage. Although I personally think the show’s success has a lot to do with the hilarity of the character actors (including my personal skeevy love Jeremy Piven), Grenier certainly plays a major role in attracting viewers—a fact he has obviously let infect his brain and speech pattern.
As reported by a Radar journalist, Grenier recently showed up at a Lower East Side (read: skinny jeans and soul patches) party and spoke some choice words to a lady he apparently fancied. Instead of attempting to have a nice conversation like the rest of us common folk, Grenier the celebrity went straight for the kill—because, well, he thought he could.
Transcribed via Radar:
Adrian: Hi, what’s your name?
Brunette: [Giggling. It is obvious she knows who he is; she is flattered that he has approached her] Elizabeth*. What’s yours?
Brunette: Nice to meet you! And what do you do, Adrian?
Adrian: I make documentary films.
Brunette: Oh really?
Adrian: Yeah. And some other stuff on the side. What about you?
Brunette: I’m in fashion.
Adrian: That’s cool. So how about we go home and I f*ck the sh*t out of you?
Brunette: [Staring, somewhat flabbergasted] Excuse me? I don’t really know you well enough to do that, I don’t think.
Adrian: Well, let’s get to know each other. Where are you from, Elizabeth?
Brunette: I’m from Houston, Texas.
Adrian: [Pauses. Warily.] Are you a Democrat or a Republican?
Brunette: Didn’t anyone ever tell you it’s impolite to talk about politics and religion at a party?
Adrian: Well who did you vote for in the last election?
Brunette: Not that it’s any of your business, I voted for Bush.
Adrian: [Upon hearing the name Bush, Adrian works himself into a minor frenzy] Wow. I mean, how could you? Are you serious? Do you know what he’s done to this country? I mean … well, who are you voting for in this election?
Brunette: I haven’t decided yet.
Adrian: Hmm. Well how about we go home and I f*ck the sh*t out of you and we talk about it in the morning?
Brunette: No thanks.(*)
I guess, in famous people speak, “fu*k the sh*t out of you” must be another way of saying “hey, let’s hang out!” because who in their right mind thinks they’re so damn cool they can just waltz up to anyone they choose and treat them like a blow up doll?
Here’s hoping Entourage comes back for another season. If not, someone’s going to have to rely simply on their personality, which, from the looks of things, is poised to get them nowhere.