“The governing body wants it to be known that they did not solicit, promote or participate in the filming of this show. The production company that filmed the show did obtain a shoot permit to film in Seaside Heights, but these permits must be issued as it is a first amendment right to film in public places. Furthermore, the Borough does not condone any discriminatory remarks against Italian Americans, domestic violence or the promiscuous and otherwise bad behavior portrayed on the show.”
– John Camera, the administrator of The Borough of Seaside Heights, stepping out to say that Jersey Shore has nothing to do with Jersey Shore.
Keep telling yourself that, buddy.
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I take issue with the implication that “promiscuous” is de facto “bad behavior.”
You said it, girl.
Besides the debateable moral implications, I can see it from a health & safety point of view. Sex is NEVER 100% safe, so, when you have these barely educated, intoxicated fools running around and spreading their diseases, yeah, promiscuity is bad behavior. The world does not need a Snooki baby.
A smile is a very simple and easy thing to do, so it amazes me why no one bothers to do it, it not only makes the person in front of you better, but it also makes you feel better as well, and I’m not making this up, it has been psychologically proven.
Well, that was completely random.
this show is awesome. just awesome.
i don’t understand why this show with real people is more offensive to the Italian-American community than the godfather or the sopranos that implies that every italian-american ever is involved with the mafia, and murdering people……
These kids don’t even do anything worse than the kids on the real world. I actually think they’re more likable than anyone they’ve had on the real world in a while.
People are flippin’ out because the Godfather and the Sopranos made Italian Americans look badass…this show just makes them look like a bunch of dumbasses. With that being said I effin love this show
stereotypes, yes. inaccurate representations, not necessarily. my mom’s from new jersey and she’s all ‘those are just like the kids i went to high school with’. haha. (she’s not orange or italian or anything at all like any of the jersey shore kids though, ok!?)