Chris Christie Wants the Jersey Shore Kids out of His State

This may or may not have to do with feminism, however it has everything to do with Snooki and she is, in fact, a woman.

It appears Chris Christie, the governor of New Jersey, wants the Jersey Shore kids to get the hell out of his state. According to him …

… the entire cast of the popular MTV reality show is giving his fine state a terrible reputation. He’s certain that people who have yet to set foot in Jersey are convinced that its population consists of time-warped bar brawling young women with leathery skin and hairspray-shellacked hair, along with beefy dudes with eenie weenie steroid-pee-pees. Chris Christie has had enough. He might be kind of, sort of, right. I have never been to Jersey but in my mind I’m convinced that its occupants look a heck of a lot like J-Woww and the situation. I guess it’s similar to the stereotype that Texas is full of cowboys -Jersey now has the reputation of having tanning salon victim citizens.

Mr. Christie would also like the world to know that most of the cast are in fact NEW YORKERS! Speaking about the show, Christie had this to say:

“ What it does is takes a bunch of New Yorkers—most of the people on Jersey Shore are New Yorkers… drops them at the Jersey Shore, and tries to make Americans feel like this is New Jersey,” said Christie. “I can tell people, they want to know what New Jersey really is? I welcome them to come to New Jersey anytime.”

On a side not what the hell kind of parents name their kid Chris Christi? That’s just cruel.

While we are the subject of the Jersey Shore can we discuss why it’s popular? I don’t get it. I am so perplexed as to why these people make money by acting like idiots.



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11 thoughts on “Chris Christie Wants the Jersey Shore Kids out of His State

  1. While I understand Gov. Christie’s desire to rid New Jersey of the Jersey Shore cast members, I think I speak for most New Yorkers when I say we don’t want them back.
    And just because there is someone with ovaries related to a story does not make it have anything to do with feminism.

  2. Feminism? I don’t think it has a thing to do with it. It does enhance the stereotype that young women can behave like bafoons and make lots of money doing it.

  3. I’m not posting one word until we hear from Siobhan Braun. Who the fuck is that?
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  4. The fact that a woman is involved does not make it a feminist issue.
    Here’s a suggestion – if it’s about ‘celebrities’, be CERTAIN it’s feminism-related before posting.
    Or just go write for a celebrity gossip website. I hear there are many of them around.

  5. when I read that quote the voice in my head had a stereotypical “New Joisey” accent… which is probably the very stereotype he’s looking to avoid.

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