Should've taken Abercrombie up on that offer.
In a recent online interview with GQ magazine, Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi talks about how her Jersey Shore costar is broke. When asked what she does with her paycheck, Snooks said:
"I save it. Jersey Shore is going to end soon. I'm not going to spend money like Mike [The Situation]. He's already broke!"
Maybe that explains why The Situation recently decided to try and sell his own couture lollipop. Yes, lollipop. He's putting his name on candy now.
After the last season of Jersey Shore, Snooki and The Situation haven't been the best of friends. It started off that way, but after Mike put her "on blast" (I learned that from the show), accusing her of performing fellacio on him while she was dating her boyfriend, the two fought incessantly. Snooki even through a glass vase at him. Add some shots of Deana falling down, and that pretty much sums up the season.
So what other gems did Snooki have during the interview? Well, the New York Times bestseller confirmed that she doesn’t read, saying "It's not my style." She adds that just because she's a best-selling author, that "doesn’t mean I have to read." Right on, Snooki. Right on.
She also dished about what her perfect date would be: "Probably Ruby Tuesday's or Dave and Busters."
Hell yeah. Right up there with Buffalo Wild Wings and Steak N' Shake.
Oh, and in case you don't think the Jersey Shore cast members are smart, take this, jerk:
"I went to college, you know?"
Snooki says she originally wanted to be a veterinarian. I guess Drunk Reality Star was her fallback career.
"Test me and bring me to a hospital. I can induce an animal, do surgery, do anesthesia, and take blood. So if you want to tell me I'm stupid again, let's go to an animal hospital. I've actually worked with ducks, drew blood from a horse, and stuck my hand in a cow's ass."
But that last one probably had nothing to do with veterinary school.
After the fist pumping dies down, Snooki says she might even consider going back to school to pursue a career in probing cow butts:
"I would love to go back to school and get my vet tech license. I loved the teachers at my school, I'd go there. It's small, they have a great vet tech program and it's cheap."