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Jersey Shore's Snooki Is Just a Part of the Bad Girl Circle of Life

Snooki learned it from Lindsay Lohan who learned it from Britney Spears who learned it from Madonna…. it’s the bad girl circle of life!

Earlier today, a New Jersey judge slapped Jersey Shorestar Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi on the hand for disturbing the peace over an incident from July.  During the sentencing Judge Danian G. Murray chastised Snooki for being a “Lindsay Lohan wannabe.”

But really with the roll models currently appearing on TV (Snooki included) and in the gossip magazines what else would be expect from the reality starlet?

Snooki took her punishment of a $500 and one day of community service in stride after pleading guilty to the disorderly conduct charges this morning.   The sentence also included a lecture from the judge to help set her on the right path.

“Going through life rude, profane, obnoxious and self-indulgent that’s not the way you want to live your life,” the judge said. “Hopefully this incident will impress upon you that there are consequences to your actions.”

While Snooki did apologize for the event which featured her stumbling around the beach uttering profanity following a day of drinking (which was all captured for MTV’s hit show Jersey Shore, it is only time until she places blame where it should lie… at the feet of Lindsay Lohan…. if the judge can blame Linday surely Snooki can blame her to0!

Lindsay has cast her own share of blame recently giving credit to Britney Spears for inspiring her to spin out of control in her Vanity Fair cover story.  As long as we’re placing blame, Britney Spears was just a girl in a schoolgirl uniform until she shared a kiss with Madonna at the VMAs.  Hmmm…. so who can Madonna blame?

GIRLS – LISTEN UP!  You are responsible for your own actions.  Snooki, Lindsay, and Britney all had to learn from very big mistakes.  Their lives would be easier if they had just stayed out of trouble altogether.    I learned how to behave from my parents, not the television.  Set a good example for your kids they’re always watching!

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