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


8 Responses to “Confused by "Jersey Shore," Reuters issues best correction notice ever”

  1. Blunderbutt says:

    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. Also, bizarrely stubborn un-use of the oxford comma. Without “and” you really need a second comma.

    gym, tan laundry. Why would you tan your laundry?

  3. elix says:

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

    Bad things Jersey Shore is teaching America: Everything else.

  4. Lobster says:

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

  5. Antinous / Moderator says:

    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.

  6. Little John says:

    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.

  7. Akheloios says:

    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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