America’s Official Douche Bag Haberdashery wants nothing to do with Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino.
The preppy, overpriced retailer is so opposed to The Situation donning the A&C logo, that they’ve proposed to pay him NOT to wear their clothes.
Well, this is just the pot calling the kettle black, if you ask me. Abercrombie & Fitch released a statement saying that their “association” with the Jersey Shore star “is contrary to the aspirational nature of our brand, and may be distressing to many of our fans.”
Jersey Shore is the reason people hate America. After last night’s episode I wanted to join a nunnery and wash MY mouth out with soap.
I seriously hate watching this show. It really makes me dumb and irrationally angry. Kinda like JWoww.
Here’s a recap so you don’t have to suffer through it:
MTV‘s smartest move in unscripted reality programming as of late has been jerking tears out of me for weeks.
The Buried Life, a show about four hot Canadians checking stuff off their bucket list, is stellar. It has heart, humor and funny accents. If Mayberry had a gang problem, it would be these guys – they’re polite, charming and you know they can fish.
It’s truly a breath of fresh air for me, who gets hives flipping back and for the between American Idol and yet another Teen Mom fighting with her baby daddy.
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