Jersey Shore Kids Not Welcome In Florence

What we used to cringe from, people are now trying to emulate. Somebody say something.

The Jersey Shore kids are gross. Not Gross Baboons necessarily, just gross. They are so wrong in so many ways. Have you been to Florence? It is by far one of the most beautiful cities in the world. They needed to have a pack of steroid-ed gumbas trouncing around the Ponte Vecchio like I am going to the moon. Reports from Italy have the locals cringing from horror that this somehow represents Italians in the United States. And then everyone wonders why Europeans turn down their noses down at Americans. The worst part is now that the Jersey Snore kids have terrorized Florence, Italians will equate ding-dong Guidos and Guidettes with the state of New Jersey. As someone who originated from the state of New Jersey, there is no state pride when it comes to these clowns, especially because overall they are not really from New Jersey. Let’s see, we have Staten Island, think about it, have you ever slept with anyone from Staten Island? Then there’s Providence, known for…well…now known for DJ Pauly D. What a legacy, yeesh. Long Island, which opens up a whole can of worms and Upstate New York, which when one thinks of Upstate New York residents, alcoholism and no teeth comes to mind. As a whole, they have besmirched the name of the Garden State. Yes, I ran from Jersey the first chance I got, but I have come to appreciate it over the years. Now even that is hard to do with all the publicity these classless clowns get. Now this is a situation.

3 Responses to “Jersey Shore Kids Not Welcome In Florence”

  1. Lindsay says:

    Im sorry but Jersey turnpike ruined anyones idea of Jersey years ago..LONG ISLAND is way better and CLASSIER then Jersey would ever wish to be. Atleast Long ISlanders know to tip when they go to the city..Damn BRIDGE AND TUNNELS are CHEAP~!

    • Abe Gurko says:

      Agreed about the turnpike, most specifically around Newark. P.U. Long Island has pluses and plenty of minuses too. And don't look now, but there's a bridge and a tunnel from NYC to Long Island.

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