Snooki and the gang of Jersey Shore-ists would like you to know that you are hopelessly misinformed as to their true nature, despite you watching them regularly on that “reality TV” show. Gah. On real, live talk show Ellen DeGeneres today, they expressed the existential dilemma of being themselves, and other Yoda-like nuggets.
“I think no one knows how we really are,” Snooki said.
“We have, like, different sides. Obviously, you see us on the show — we party, we do this, and we do that. But outside of the show, we’re very quiet.”
(Except for when getting arrested and charged with being criminally annoying, of course.)
Not only that, Snooki enjoys the finer things, like straddling a playground horsey to page through her favorite tome — in this case, The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene.
“I’ll go to frickin’ Barnes & Nobles, get a coffee and just sit down and read. No one would ever think that,” Snooki said.
Well, bookish New Yorkers who also work on Wall Street and happen to hail from a certain Mediterranean country, or Jerz, it might be your lucky winter:
“I think I want to move forward. I want to move Brooklyn and find a business Italian guy to take care of me,” Snooki said.
Hear that, business Italian guys? Let us know if this is you.
[via New York Post]
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on September 14, 2010