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Haha, wow. Awesome Show. Guys may say I'm gay, Whatever, it's awesome!
OK, whatever guys, call me gay all you want, this show is hilariously awesome. The staged fight in episode 2 between Jay and that model douche? The bitchy hot rich girl? And of course, hot Whitney? This show tickles me rotten whenever I watch it.
I live in Manhattan, I'm 25, and I'm a straight, non metrosexual guy (I swear). I will admit: I have never actually seen a world like this in the few years I've lived here, but that doesn't matter! This show and the other ones like it (Laguna, the Hills) never cease to amaze me. I know it's edited in a way that serves the purposes of the producers, yea yea yea, but isn't that what makes it more awesome? Hopefully they stage more fights between Jay and the jealous models who want Whitney.
Obviously there will be girls between the ages of 10-24 who will really love this show. That goes without saying. And yea, I feel a little awkward when Tampax commercials come on during the breaks. But hey, chalk this one up on my list of guilty pleasures. Bring on the hilarity, I'm gonna sit on my couch and eat potato chips on Saturday afternoon and enjoy the next marathon of this show on MTV.
EDIT: OK, the 1st season is officially over and I heard Jay and Whit broke up? Say it ain't so, Us Weekly! Anyway, I've been to a few of these bars on the show and they are definitely a whole lot grimier and dirty than the show makes them out to be. Brass Monkey in particular.
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