Saint Jenni, the protagonist of the children's book
Saint Jenni: Animal Crazy, is a little girl—and, more importantly, animal lover—who yearns for a pet. She also aspires to achieve sainthood. Her search for both leads her on a chaotic adventure through her home, a park, a zoo, and a church. Compare Saint Jenni to
Jersey Shore's Jenni "JWoww" Farely, and the tale isn't all that different. Like Saint Jenni, JWoww is impulsive and spontaneous. She loves animals—party animals, to be more specific—and has little, if any, self-control around them. Take
JWoww's fondness for gorillas, for example. "I see a bunch of gorilla juice heads. Tall, completely jacked, steroids, like multiple growth hormones. That's, like, the type that I'm attracted to," she explained on the series. JWoww's misadventures are also hilariously chaotic. The difference? Her journeys lead her to a slightly more dangerous zoo, filled with
Snooki-hungry hippos who are known to charge. Plus, the frequent violence-threatening JWoww is a far less likely future Mother Teresa than Saint Jenni.