Jersey Shore T-Shirt of the Week

http://www.downtownprintwear.comThis week was a ground-breaking week for the cast of Jersey Shore.  It was announced that they will be taking their antics to Italy for the next season.  Has there ever been a show that is so polarizing?  On one hand you have a bunch of idiots running around and getting paid massive sums of money to get drunk at various night clubs.  On the other hand, you create the perception that you need a blowout, bronzer, and at least 3 cycles of steroids before stepping foot on the Jersey Shore.  To their credit, they put Jersey on the map.  Until recently, we thought Jersey was just a place to dump New York’s trash, dead bodies, and watch horrible basketball!

The key must be to have a solid nickname.  We used the Jersey Shore nickname generator to see if we can exploit the antics of some DCP staff.  Our favorites include: Dan “D-Train” Leavitt, Ben “The Operation” Sadler, and our favorite, Cassius “The Prince of Paramus”!

Should we stick with the nicknames?  Leave your nickname in the comments below!

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Downtown Custom Printwear specializes in screen-printing, embroidery, large format printing, vinyl graphics, and graphic design. All work is completed in-house, allowing for the most competitive pricing the industry can offer. You’ll always have the opportunity to speak with one of our staff experts who will help you with your order — something you can’t get with those web-based companies. View all posts by Downtown Printwear

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