Celebrity lifestyle blogs tend to be little more than bragging and holier-than-thou advice (cough*GwynethPaltrow*cough). But Jenni "JWOWW" Farley's is thankfully a bit different.
The "Jersey Shore" star officially launched her site, jwoww.com, today. Covering "Shore" news (including live chats with JWOWW, relationship advice and a pets section (!), it's an accessible look into Farley's life that shockingly down-to-earth.
JWOWW calls the site "my personal venting space, therapist office and collection of things I am currently obsessed with."
"Hey guidettes (and guidos too)!" she begins her welcome letter.
"I hope you find the answers to your questions and get a glimpse into my life here. And if not, get the f*ck out! No really, I want this site to help you find a solution to all of your smushing, makeup, and fitness problems."
Oh, JWOWW. I like. Here's 7 things I learned from jwoww.com
1. She never went to the gym in Italy: "All of the natural and organic ingredients [in Italian food] wrecked my stomach. And the cobblestone roads made walking in my heels feel like a marathon. I never had to go to the gym once." I like this diet plan — minus the heels.
2. She values your opinion about pet outfits: JWOWW has two dogs, Bella and Noel, and would like you to help her decide how to dress them for Halloween, even though "my girls love to dress up on the regular," so she has some experience with this. My vote's for the panda outfit.
3. She gives good bedroom advice: "Guys go nuts if they see a girl pleasuring herself with a toy," she notes in her "The Smush Factor" post.
4. She lets her manicurist shine: Danny, JWOWW's nail technician, gets his own post, on "Fake Nails 101."
5. She has leggy confidence: "My legs are some of my best assets," JWOWW notes. Before you judge, it's a) in a post on how you can get lean legs and b) it's true.
6. She runs the dance floor: One of my favorite posts is "The JPOWW: Dance Floor Etiquette." Here, JWOWW schools us on how to create space, effectively use the "ass-bump" and professionally climb on furniture. "I will bump a bitch off the dance floor if she cannot stay out of my space," she writes. Noted.
7. She's a guido anthropologist: "'Gel or go home'" is their motto"; "99.9 percent of guidos have tattoos"; "Guidos believe that when i comes to scoring, if you're pale, you fail." Margaret Mead would be proud.
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