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post #241 of 293
Ron's dad called Ron, "bro"? LOLz
post #242 of 293
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Ron's dad called Ron, "bro"? LOLz

I meant to say that! That was just a bit bizarre.
post #243 of 293
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I meant to say that! That was just a bit bizarre.
Dad calling son "bro" is a bit much for me. I guess the guidoness/doucheness can actually be passed on genetically.
post #244 of 293
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Dad calling son "bro" is a bit much for me. I guess the guidoness/doucheness can actually be passed on genetically.

Although he looked nothing like what I expected.
post #245 of 293
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Although he looked nothing like what I expected.

I thought he was, teh ghey.
post #246 of 293
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I meant to say that! That was just a bit bizarre.

You can see where the immaturity comes from.
post #247 of 293
LOL at Snooki and Deena's lame attempt to make it seem like they actually enjoyed the taxi ride.
post #248 of 293
Deena: People think I'm dumb, but I'm really not. Deena: What is this, a Cadillac? Oh this is classy.
post #249 of 293
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Serious question:

Does the show really protray the actual people from that neck of the woods? I can never imagine guys been that douche and girls actually find them attractive.

I take it you have never been around NYC, Jersey, PA, and parts of Conn, but mainly Jersey and NY.

I would be asking the same question if I did not live amongst these people. I moved to Atl a few years ago, but spent almost 10 years around NYC, and Jersey.

I rarely meet an Italian now that I am in Atl, and if I do, they are usually pretty normal.
post #250 of 293
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I take it you have never been around NYC, Jersey, PA, and parts of Conn, but mainly Jersey and NY.

I would be asking the same question if I did not live amongst these people. I moved to Atl a few years ago, but spent almost 10 years around NYC, and Jersey.

I rarely meet an Italian now that I am in Atl, and if I do, they are usually pretty normal.

I go to NYC quite frequently, never did I encounter the people that I saw in this show. May be I stayed in the wrong areas of NYC.
post #251 of 293
Go to some of those Chelsea and Flatiron clubs and you'll run in to plenty.
post #252 of 293
I think you are more likely to see them outside of Manhattan. For example, Staten Island, Long Island, Brooklyn, Bronx. These places have entire neighborhoods that are all Italian.

You might find them in Manhattan late at night doing the whole fist pumping club scene
post #253 of 293
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Originally Posted by jimmyfingers View Post
I think you are more likely to see them outside of Manhattan. For example, Staten Island, Long Island, Brooklyn, Bronx. These places have entire neighborhoods that are all Italian.

You might find them in Manhattan late at night doing the whole fist pumping club scene

Meatpacking yo.
post #254 of 293
^what he said.
post #255 of 293
Definitely hung out at the wrong areas then. Although I didn't see that much douchebagginess at the Meatpacking district.
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