It's no secret I love the kids from Jersey Shore (some much more than others, of course).  I can GTL with the best of them, except I am not a member of a gym, I tend to blind people at the beach with my pastiness, and the only one who does my laundry is me.  That said, y'all have to admit that the orange crew has grown up and calmed down more than anyone ever expected.  Makes me proud…

I understood when communities didn't want the drunken, brawling, slipper-wearing, Britney flashing, roid raging guidos and guidettes falling all over their boardwalks, but times have changed.  They've changed.  Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi and Jenni "JWoww" Farley still enjoy time in front of MTV's cameras for their spin-off Snooki & JWoww, but now they are planning weddings and burping babies instead of planning ragers and, well, just burping.

This newfound maturity doesn't seem to matter to the community of Pelican Island, New Jersey.  They don't want the show filming anywhere near them.  Need a refresher?  Catch up here.  However, now Snooki and JWoww aren't giving up without a fight!


The L.A. Times is reporting that Snooki is firing back at the community that wants to put the kibosh on her spin-off with biffle Jenni.

The residents claim that filming the show will thwart the rebuilding efforts needed in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.  Snooki, however, isn't buying it, and she took to social media to share a screen grab from the original article with the sentiment, "Adults are trying to ban my son, fiance and I from enjoying our summer at the shore. Grow up, get over yourself and move on."

The tiny orange one continued, "This is not how we should be treating one another.  Absolutely sick and very sad. I pray for you. There's much bigger things to worry about in life than trying to ban my family from your neighborhood."

Fans showed their support, and even Jenni joked about the news, tweeting, "Laughing so hard over these reports @snooki … Who would've thought 2 girls can piss so many people off #embracethehaters."

In a past interview, Snooki reveals her take on maturing, sharing, "I just explain it like this: I was 21 when the show came out. So basically, I was just growing up.  I did crazy stuff when I was 21, you know, drinking, having the time of my life. And now to where I'm settled down — 25 years old, I have a child — I couldn't be any happier. I love being a mom," adding she likes "to show the not-drinking side of me."  And I like to see it!


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