8 Life Lessons We Learned

from “Jersey Shore”

By Desiree Pore

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ICYMI: Jersey Shore, the infamous reality TV show that (for better or worse) forever changed pop culture, is back to grace our screens once again! The guidos and guidettes that we all came to love will be back for a reunion series aptly titled Jersey Shore Family Vacation, with most of the cast returning to do the show.

Famous for their wild partying and severe hangovers, you’d think that the show only contributed bad publicity for partygoers, when in fact, they’ve given us a few life lessons that we should live by every day.

Know Your Worth

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If you think that someone isn’t up to your standards, then remember Snooki’s wise words.

 

Any Kind of Education is Important

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Learning life lessons shouldn’t be limited inside the four walls of the classroom; sometimes even the most important ones can be learned at the bar.

 

Self Confidence Can Go A Long Way

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We live in a world wherein society will always bring you down; having a little (or huge) confidence in yourself will help you heave through life.

 

Remove All the Toxic People in Your Life

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Want to know how to extend your life? Cut out all the negative people in your life that’s pulling you down. You’ve already got enough drama, you don’t need extra baggage.

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Be With the Right Partner

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Preach, Deena!

 

Fist Pump Your Way Through Life

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If there’s one thing the Jersey Shore cast are known for, it’s their constant fist pumping. The practice of fist pumping might be helpful in solving your problems; just punch away all your problems and you’re good for another round of life punching you to the gutter.

 

Everyone’s Got An Inner Good

If you know that you’re a good person, then you’re a good person. To hell with what anyone says!

 

The Future is Female

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Everyone knows how powerful a woman is, and if a man isn’t informed about it, then you can quote Snooki anytime you want.

 

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