Jersey Shore boys would get turned down by most fans, survey finds

jerseyshore – 10.054.2010

The Jersey Shore stars might talk a big game on their hit reality tv show, but according to a new survey most fans would pass up the “Smash Room” if it meant sharing it with one of the guidos. The poll by Wet found 80% of those polled would not sleep with any of the Jersey Shore boys knowing their “antics and attitudes toward women.”

Forget smushing, a majority of those asked (57%) would curb their sexual behavior if they knew they were being filmed for a reality show. So while the The Situation and Co. can GTL all they want, 60% of those polled would be embarrassed to introduce one of the Jersey Shore roommates to friends and family as their boyfriend or girlfriend. The survey also found 56% of people would not be comfortable with their long-term boyfriend or girlfriend being on a reality show such as Jersey Shore, Big Brother or Real World. That being said, more than one third of respondents have dreamed of finding fame on reality TV.

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Founded in 1989 by Michael Trigg, Trigg Laboratories manufactures premium sexual wellness and consumer healthcare products and is parent company to Wet® International, Inc., an international leader in personal lubricants, aromatherapy massage oils and intimacy products. Wet® products are developed, formulated and packaged at Trigg Laboratories’ 52,000 square foot facility in Valencia, California.  Developed, tested, and manufactured to comply with stringent FDA Medical Device regulations in state-of-the-art facilities, each of Wet’s 80+ products are developed to exceptional purity, consistency and comfort levels.  Currently available in 62 countries, Wet® is sold by adult specialty boutiques as well as food, drug, mass merchandise retail, including most major U.S. drugstore chains.