Jersey Shore: The Jerk Boyfriend I Never Wanted

Jersey, baby, I’ve tried to stay away. I know you’re no good for me. But just when I think I’m over you, I see you at a party and I’m mesmerized. So I sit down and watch you from afar. I think I’m addicted.

I am way too good for you. I’m classy and you’re trashy. But you know what they say about good girls always wanting bad boys? Well, I have that. I’m intrigued by your different way of life. You show that side of humanity that says, “Yo. I want to do what I want to do. Everyone else is just a side-show.” It’s exciting. You are just a baaaad boy.

Every night, you’re out with hundreds of other girls. In their living rooms, bedrooms, dining rooms, kitchens…you’re everywhere. Hasn’t anyone told you not to be so easy? Don’t you ever want to be exclusive and just show yourself for one girl? Bad boy, people will start to use and abuse you. They will play and replay you, and I don’t think you want that.

Every time things start to get exciting between us, we’re interrupted by all your friends calling you and telling you about new movies, new shows on MTV, and fast food restaurants offering deals. Can’t you tell your friends you’re busy? I just want you and you alone. No interruptions.

And people have started copying your style, baby. You should tell them to back off, cuz they’re just knockoffs. High schoolers make theme parties trying to be like you. They steal your dance moves and your hairdos…baby, show them who the real deal is.

I love you baby. Even though you treat me bad.

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5 thoughts on “Jersey Shore: The Jerk Boyfriend I Never Wanted

  1. Okay, I’ll admit I have a similar addiction to Jersey Shore. I was really going to try to quit watching this season, and was successful for a while…until I gave in and hulued the first 2 episodes.

    I guess it’s that feeling of being able to live vicariously through people on a screen that I’ll never actually meet in real life that draws me in. It gives me that thrill of a wild experience without having to actually participate myself, eliminating the problems of killing my reputation or making questionable decisions…

    Thanks for the comment on my blog btw :)

    • Absolutely agreed! I don’t watch them on MTV, I just to go the MTV website the next day and watch it in like 40 minutes. It’s so much better that way.
      I’m kind of fascinated by that show, and I definitely agree that it’s easier to just watch people do that kind of stuff than do it myself, especially since I don’t think I could EVER be like that.

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