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Lunch Break: We Miss Snooki Way Too Much

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Snooki, you came into our town with a your poofy slippers, crystal vision sunglasses and miraculous poof and managed to leave with our heart. Undoubtedly, even we have to admit that based on the first episode of season 3 all things Jersey Shore are actually better when they're set in the Jersey Shore, but don't forget about us Snookums. Because we've certainly been watching your latest media skits and viral video attempts and haven't forgotten about you.

In addition to the latest season, Snooki also has her new book, A Shore Thing, to promote. So she appeared on David Letterman last night and delivered the top ten reasons to buy the thing:

She also introduced the audience of Jimmy Kimmell to her nerdy twin sister:

She's a master at unintentional comedy, but she's not so bad at intentional comedy either. How long until she's hosting SNL? Oh, right...

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