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Wednesday, 27 January 2010

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The Roman Coliseum where the first show of Jersey Shore's second season will take place.

NEW YORK CITY - Now that they have their first season under their collective belt the cast of MTV's Jersey Shore are walking around with dollar signs in their eyes - big dollar signs.

Jenni known as "JWoww" says that she feels like she's appearing in the Italian version of Friends except with lots of drinking, pepperoni pizza, gym tanning, drinking, Mafia posters, garlic, drinking, dirty laundry, bad English, and did I mention...drinking.

Little "Snooki" who stands about 4 feet tall adds that everywhere she goes people yell out at her and ask for her autograph. She says that she truly feels that next year Jersey Shore will be more popular than American Idol and Dancing With The Stars.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Ey, is dis Snooki bitch effed up on pasta sauce or what?]

Meanwhile the one known as Mike "The Situation" grins and says that last week his grandmother Garbonza called him from Sardinia, Italy, and told him that over in her neighborhood he is more popular than Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Bruno Tonioli, and Fettuccine Alfredo.

So now the Guidos and Guidettes of Jersey Shore have done gone and let all of this fascination with El JS (Jersey Shore) go to their testas (heads).

And da word on da street is dat dee 'Fist Pumpers" are going to demand $10,000 each per show. And to show that they are serious, they have all joined together in their demand.

"The Situation" perhaps put it best when he said, "Ey dem guys in da fancy suits willa pay the mon, or we all take a walk."

SIDENOTE: Well it appears like the word on MTV Corporate Street is that they are already getting ready to conduct casting call auditions for actors to replace the money hungry goomba's and goobaettes.

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