Confused by "Jersey Shore," Reuters issues best correction notice ever

This Abercrombie vs. Jersey Shore item on Reuters now contains the best wire service correction notice ever.


  1. So GTL doesn’t mean that you support freedom in sexual choice unless that choice is bisexuality, because having it both ways is a bit greedy?

  2. Good things Jersey Shore is teaching America: Exercise and do your laundry.

    Bad things Jersey Shore is teaching America: Everything else.

  3. The appearance of Abercrombie & Fitch on Jersey Shore is not creating a stereotype, it’s reinforcing one.  That ship has sailed, A&F.

  4. BBC described A&F’s image as ‘all-American’.  I don’t know about you, but the America that I live in isn’t filled with scantily-clad, bedroom-eyed, bi-curious supermodels.

  5. Jersey Shore: Another reason I’m glad I’m not in the U.S., so I know/experience exactly nothing about it. Apparently (thanks, Wikipedia), it’s Big Brother in New Jersey.

    Actually, I’m not paying much attention to Abercrombie & Fitch, either. Life is good.

  6. Tan laundry must be a proper noun, a place where you take your laundry and whilst your skivvies are tumbling around in soapy suds, you lie back and soak up the UV in their en-suite tanning booth. It must save an awful lot of time.

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