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Strict! The Rules Set Forth By Mayor Matteo Renzi For Jersey Shore In Italy

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What!? These rules effect THE CORE of the entire show!

How will they ever follow these?? They have been handed down by the Mayor of Florence, so we're not sure they're all that negotiable either!

Actually, it might be hilarious to see them try to adhere:

- The cast will not be filmed in bars and clubs that serve alcohol.
- The cast will not be filmed drinking in public.
- The show will not be filmed to promote Florence as a drinking town.
- The show should be filmed in a manner to promote Italy (not Americans visiting Italy) and feature its culture and good food.

Now, read those carefully again and try and tell us that it won't officially ruin next season! What will they do??

We haven't heard the show's response yet, but we can't wait to see and hear their reaction to this. The whole of the trip to Italy, costing what is probably millions of dollars, to have the cast basically sit in their new house while they get drunk. That's insane!

Let us know what U think about these rules!

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58 comments to “Strict! The Rules Set Forth By Mayor Matteo Renzi For Jersey Shore In Italy”



  1. 1

    YESSSSS!
    BRAVO ITALY!!!!
    SHIP THEM OUT TO THE US OF A!!!



  2. 2

    Americans have to be told how to behave in someone else's house. That's shameful, especially for adults. The u.s.a. is a greedy, classless wart on the face of the world, but Americans are the only ones who can't seem to comprehend that.



  3. 3

    Prolly just film them getting drunk at their place theyll be staying out, yacht, or out of florence. I"m sure they'll find a way.



  4. 4

    FORZA ITALIA!!! Campione!!!!!!!!! And this is why Americans need to focus on each other and embrace each and everyone. Maybe then they wouldn't seem so selfish and crazy to other countries. Grazie. Ciao. :-)



  5. 5

    Let's hope they break the rules and get thrown in jail.



  6. 6

    Re: disk_eyes – Some of us do but we're not the ones on tv.



  7. 7

    then whats the point of them filming in italy if they cant drink ???



  8. 8

    Re: disk_eyes – U want to talk about us Americans that dont know how to act well lets talk about the Brits, Irish etc that are here and dont know when to stop drink and act a fool in public . think before u speak out of your ASS



  9. 9

    Umm - knowing politics in that country, he is angling for a bribe, big time. They will work it out.



  10. 10

    can he do that?



  11. 11


    oh yeah Italy….cuz you all are just sooooo proper and well behaved - NOT!

    i don't see the point of taking the show to Italy if they want them to be
    and act in way that they aren't. it's like a watered down version of them - literally

    i think MTV needed to put them in NYC's
    "Little Italy" rather than the actual country of Italy

    given ALL these suspect rules,
    we can expect that this new season will be a giant boring FAIL

    ah well…

    next!



  12. 12

    This is such a stupid show…I made it through about 2 episodes before I wanted to kill all of them. MTV paying all that money for them to film in Italy is ridiculous. Isn't this supposed to be the JERSEY SHORE…why not just film them there?



  13. 13

    Everything on that list is what makes the show popular. Lawl it's only downhill from here.



  14. 14

    Hmmm. Sounds like Italy is pulling a little "North Korea" if you ask me. I don't think Italy is hiding any nukes, but come on. Let them film wherever it's permitted! They'll only make you guys look more "cultured", I promise. ;)



  15. 15

    What the hell is with the last rule, how can a show about Americans visiting Italy not be about Americans visiting Italy. MTV should pick another place to film them. This isn't a Rick Steves show. Booo mayor of Florence.



  16. 16

    Re: Ohholla – Sorry to break it to you, but everyone thinks Italy is really embarrassing. We all know how much your prime minister loves hookers and when I visited France they talked about how STDs run rampant there. So maybe it's time to get off your high horse.



  17. 17

    Re: disk_eyes – Hey, asshole, it's not that Americans can't comprehend the stupid rules of foreign countries, it's that we don't give a shit. Do you comprehend that? The Jersey Shore cast and Lean Cuisine are gonna run rampant in Italy. BTW, if you think America is a "greedy, classless wart on the face of the world" then WHY THE FUCK ARE YOU ON AN AMERICAN WEBSITE? LOL It's so pathetic cuz it always comes down to the fact that you love to hate us.



  18. 18

    wtf, what a joke!!



  19. 19

    Re: Eternia – No by Far Americans are way worst actually Americans are the least accepting, and the probably some of the most ignorant people to ever have to deal with and your xenophobic comment and how you immediately attacked another countries people instead of acknowledging the truth shows your ignorance



  20. 20

    Re: disk_eyes – 100 percent agreed



  21. 21

    THANK YOU ITALY!
    Please don't let these ignorant american in!



  22. 22

    I lived in Florence for 4 months and it is a HUGE drinking town. WTF? Also, it is legal to drink in public, you can get a to-go cup at a bar and leave, so why can't they be shown drinking from that in the street?



  23. 23

    He had every right to set rules for them. They're going to be tourists in HIS city, and in someone else's country. I'm sure it's already bad enough that none of them know the language. Florence is a beautiful city and isn't the Jersey Shore or Miami, nor do they want to be portrayed that way. In my opinion, not the smartest decision on MTV's part, but it's hard to expect them to make any smart decisions anyways.



  24. 24

    Also, there are so many Italian guidos in Italy (and also pretty skeezy), so I still don't understand what their whole hate of the guido thing is about. The ones there were actually worse than here because they would try to pick up girls and feed them drinks while they themselves didn't drink and remained sober…trying to take advantage much???



  25. 25

    Re: NumberPronk – Hearing that from people in France doesn't exactly make it true. While I've had nothing but pleasant experiences with them in the time I've spent in France, they're not known to be the friendliest of people, and they're not known for being fond of Italy



  26. 26

    Re: NumberPronk

    Stop spreading rumors. On that note. The French smell. Out of respect, however, you should stfu and not be jealous you're not Italian. Don't you have a shower to take? Sit down, stfU. Italia e bella. Putana.



  27. 27

    Now it's time to say Ciao to Jersey Shore, 15 minutes is up



  28. 28

    Re: cocoabeans – What makes you think guys like them don't do that in the U.S. as well? It happens all over the world. The guys in Italy have become way more tame over the years. I don't know when you lived in Florence, but it's not like that now. And living in a place for 4 months doesn't exactly make you an expert on it.



  29. 29

    cant watch two minutes of it. hope they stay there.
    i guess stupid people need entertainment too.



  30. 30

    They need to respect the Italian way of life



  31. 31

    I hope they won't go. I'm Italian and I really don't want any association with them.



  32. 32

    Well I expect for this to be airing on the travel network because this sounds way too classy for MTV, but I'll never underestimate the hot-mess of Snooki. They didn't say anything about trolling the town looking for smoosh-smoosh.



  33. 33

    Re: Voltron John Musgrove – You have the audacity to speak about immediately attacking another country when you are guilty of it yourself and please don't generalize Americans as just one point of view. There are many different cultures and beliefs in this country. Re: disk_eyes – The same goes to you.



  34. 34

    I lived in Florence for 2 years. There are 30+ fucking American schools there and the AMERICANS party their ASSES OFF! most of the schools are majority American WOMEN as opposed to MEN. I was at a school with 97 women and about 6 guys. More than half of the American women were fucking Italian men, and most of these men were MARRIED. This mayor is about as honest as the 70 year old Berlusconi telling the world he doesn't fuck 16 year olds at the Black Nobility orgies we saw in 'Eyes Wide Shut'. Florence even has vampires at night! At least those who think they are vampires and wear fake teeth. Great place, and LOADS of great Italian like bars and clubs. They need to go see Capri, Rome / Travestere, Sardinia, Taormina / beaches of Sicily for partying. There is plenty of partying all over the place. It would REALLY important to me if they could see as many 'CARAVAGGIO PAINTINGS' as possible. I saw 31 of the 37 that exist, while living there, hence my name….Caravaggio the Terrible!!!!



  35. 35

    The only Guido club I saw in Florence was called 'Tenax', and I went there to see PHISH!!!!! When we left the club, there were 500 guidos in a line all in black leather jackets and jeans waiting to get in… fucking hilarious.. THE GUIDOS ARE HEEEEERRRRE!



  36. 36

    Real guidos that look like Pauly D live in the SOUTH of Italy below Tuscany. They speak much much faster and can be quite dangerous. People in north for the most part cannot understand the dialects in the South. This is the case actually for many of the 'tribes' of Western European countries. Germany is another one like this.



  37. 37

    Re: Eternia – Worst drunks I saw in Florence were the Brits. The worst. I think they were trying to off themselves with booze, the ones I saw.



  38. 38

    Well they are allways welcome in Amsterdam.
    They can mix alcohol with drugs like all the other stupid tourists and jump out of the window or from a bridge.
    We'll help you get rid of these nobody's.



  39. 39

    Re: cocoabeans
    This is hilarious. You, as an American study abraod student talk about Florence as a HUGE drinking town? I've been living here for 5+ years now…it's a drinking down for the stupid spoiled american sluts like yourself. Florence makes mad cash off all of you. Also, hate to break it to you…..but those creepy 'guidos' that hit on girls? They are Albanian or Romanian….and you, like most American or English girls I see don't know the damn difference. Italian men, especially in the north and central don't go creepin. All those "ciao bella's" you heard? They came from the Moroccan street vendors, not Italians.



  40. 40

    True: at least in the northern and central Italy there are no guidos&guidettes.
    It's really annoying being linked to those people while we are NOT like them!!!
    … So… what's the meaning of coming here???

    In many cities here there are strict rules about drinking alchoolics in the streets and who breaks them are mainly tourists and foreign students, who go drinking in "their" places… which gives them a completly wrong idea of the nightlife… (I was an exchange students in spain, and I'm sure it happened to me too there)

    ps: don't forget that Milano, north of Italy, is one of the capitals of fashion… and Florence too… there must be a reason… and it's not because we dress and behave like jersey shores cast.



  41. 41

    there's a lot they can do: pick up random strangers bring them home and f*ck, fight like cats and dogs, start fake drama, stuff their fat butts with foodgo to the gym, get fake tans, shop till they drop. that's 90% of what they do anyway.



  42. 42

    Re: bellavia – That's not true entirely. And it is the american women who sort of make themselves available to the italian men. It's the allure of the romance of being in Tuscany for women and is a great place for women. At least that's what they are told before they get there.



  43. 43

    Re: caravaggio the terrible – What part isn't entirely true? Anyway, you're right about the allure of Tuscany, although I don't see many American/English girls looking for romance (not to say some aren't properly behaved)….but when you have 3 for 1 drink specials and places with a 35 year old promoter who only dates 19 year old STAB students, it's easy pickings. Also, I want to clarify that I didn't intend NO Italian men go creepin (I just referenced one I have in mind), but they are the minority. I can't count the number of times I've heard or seen a bunch of girls led away by a pack of Albanians or Romnians pretending to be Italians. Most Italian men, if you shoo them away, they run home to mommy or give up….the real creepers are fellow foreigners who are harrassingly and often physically aggressive and dress like guidos. Leather jackets, spikey hair, earrings too much bad cologne



  44. 44

    Look at all the inbred, troglodyte euro trash trying to bash America. Kinda pathetic. This is an American site, get the fuck off if you hate Americans so much ;)



  45. 45

    Re: pizzle2 – who's trying to bash America? The gross behavior of the JS cast as well as drunk tourists/students are simply facts. I am American; I choose to live in Europe and I see and hear American idiot students daily—who, like the JS cast, give America a bad name. Sorry, but when some knock kneed bimbo (walkin like a ho'–shout out to Sir Mix ALot) is shouting on her cell phone "OMG, it's only November and I already blew through $12,000 here….maybe I shouldn't have thrown down 100 euros at the bar last night. Btw are you skipping class too?" whilst waddling around in flip flops (in November) and a giant NYU hoodie gnawing on a sandwich it's just gross…..for several reasons. But, these are the types JS needs….grenades with money and willing to drink until they have their stomachs pumped at Careggi.



  46. 46

    if they have ordinances there about public drunkeness, then let's hope they are followed all the time and repeatedly arrested they way they should have been in the US!
    hard to believe here that they have been staggering out of bars and down streets and don't get arrested for public intoxication!



  47. 47

    Re: bellavia – You know what it could have been different for you. When I came back to the states and even if I wanted to tell people what I saw, they wouldn't believe me. It was a very interesting position to be in to say the least lol. Ohh yes! gypsies everywhere, group of kids disguised as poor but are clinging pick pockets. And many of the moroccan crowd were hanging and almost living with the american students b/c they could supply them with treats. I was so into studying art there I think I didn't fool around until after the semesters were over, but what I saw I cannot deny.



  48. 48

    Re: bellavia – And I don't blame women for having fun with the romanticism of Italian boys, it was just interesting the power sexually they had over the women. They didn't have to do much at all. I knew girls that went to hang in front of the Duomo to get picked up in broad daylight.



  49. 49

    Re: caravaggio the terrible

    I believe it caravaggio. btw, you didn't go to Montecarla, did you? ;-) speaking of vampires….ehehehe



  50. 50

    LOL …. this season is going to be terrible if they adhere to this. I think Italy is a nice idea, but with those rules… another location should be considered.



  51. 51

    Re: bellavia – I did not. But i saw them at night walking around and they would look at me and flash their teeth!



  52. 52

    I see them hanging at the Fortezza.



  53. 53

    Re: bellavia – The gypsies could be classified as 'stage 5 clingers'.



  54. 54

    Re: bellavia – The Irish bars there do very well, and are all owned by the same owner. This owner has the same bars in Milan, Bologna and Rome as well. I tried to work there but it is not easy as an American. I am working on getting my European passport.



  55. 55

    How the fuck are they going to have a season without the first one?! No filming in bars and clubs that serve alcohol. Seriously?
    Re: bellavia – So I like how you do not want people to criticize where you are from but you can classify every American by the experiences you have had in your tiny world. I swear alot, I wear flip flops until it snows, and I eat like a pig and I am damn proud to be a fucking American. I have respect for people that show me respect. If I were in another country, I would respect the land and act proper, but do not sit behind your computer and criticize every American asshole. No wonder why you do not live here anymore.



  56. 56

    Re: yeaman – If you were able to read (and use correct grammar….it's "act properly" not "act proper") you would have realized I 1. have been living here for over 5 years, so no, my experiences aren't limited. 2. Again, if you are able to read….I didn't say anyone was bashing or should bash Americans. But stupid spoiled whores on study abrad who act the fool? yes. Mainly, those flip flip wearin, sloppy, unkempt, reeking of alcohol types that can't even speak Italian. That come here on daddy's dime to party for 3-4 months and not learn jack shit. So yeah, "yeaman"….I would be talking to YOU had you the opportunity to ever go abroad. You say you would 'act proper' but you seem awfully defensive about chowing down in the middle of the street and wearing flip flops in a country where it isn't considered good taste.



  57. 57

    Re: bellavia – No, actually I did mean proper. I would act proper, as in what the country's standards are. For one, you do not have to speak the language of the country you are visiting. It may be custom but if I was to live in a country for only a few months, I sure as hell am not going to learn the whole language. Everything you have said is aimed at Americans and your hatred for them. So take your microscope out and rip apart every little detail again about what I just wrote and have fun ;)



  58. 58

    Re: bellavia – I get what you're saying, but in your earlier posts, you did generalize Americans based on the actions of those "trashy" students who study abroad. I get how America is somewhat self centered, and i get that the Brits love beer, and i do know that in the southern parts of Italy, there ARE "guidos" but i would NEVER generalize, insult or from any preconceived notion (I'm not too familiar with other countries' culture, behavioral practices, etc) about anyone based on where they are from with malicious intent. I'm not only addressing you. For the most part, I'm referring to the moronic comment made byRe: disk_eyes – who is the prime example of stupidity.