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Stars: They're Nothing Like Us (What Happened to a Little Faux Modesty?)

Society has taken a downturn in the last year. And this new societal deficiency can mostly be attributed to The Jersey Shore. Not only has The Jersey Shore made racist terms somehow acceptable again (and spawned new, creative, feminine versions of our age-old slang like "guidette"), it has created a cultural phenomenon of trashiness. And to foster this new trend, Jersey Shore star, JWOWW has come up with an intriguingly hot, but trashy clothing line that she debuted at the MTV Movie Awards, according to People.

After reading about her new boob-popping fashions which she calls, "sexy classy," I had to go to the website and discover what was so unique about her line and what is actually "classy" about it. From what I can tell, the site is just a bunch of pictures and video of JWOWW, with very little to do with fashion. And this pretty much sums up fame in the 21st century. Reality stars of varying degrees of eccentricity can stake their claim on Hollywood by selling an image of down-to-earth craziness. And since we can all relate to that inner slut, we buy it.

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  1. Blogger Papa Thor | 1:53 PM |  

    I love your opening sentence "Society has taken a downturn in the last year." You should make that into a t-shirt!
    I admit I have not seen the tv show but I have seen those people getting interviewed, and they are worse than a David Lynch film.

  2. Anonymous Anonymous | 5:04 PM |  

    This post needs more of Michael Buble being stalked by a velociraptor.

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