In a little game of “Who’s more likely…?”
Once upon a time Snooki and Jwoww were partying on the boardwalk in New Jersey, with not a worry in mind except who could drink more. Now the two are both moms who change diapers instead of take shots, and they prefer to go by their real names — Nicole (Snooki) and Jenni (Jwoww). They stopped by BuzzFeed and played a game of “Who’s More Likely…” to prove how well they know each other — and also themselves. Here’s what went down.
1. Whose kids have the most clothes?
Nicole: Meilani has a lot of clothes.
Jenni: She really does.
2. Who’s better at checking their kids with one look?
Nicole: She’s scary. She can be scary.
3. Who will be better at explaining sex?
Nicole: I’m a pervert. So I kind of know how to talk about it, but not, like, be embarrassing or awkward. So I think I’m going to be good.
Jenni: I’m just going to send my kids to Auntie Nicole.
4. Who will end up driving a minivan?
Nicole: Ew! Not me! Are you kidding? I fucking hate minivans.
Jenni: I’d get an Escalade. Or a truck. Roll up on 24s. I am not coming to school in a minivan.
Nicole: I am not a minivan mom.
Jenni: Even though they are actually really dope inside.
5. Who will let their kids stay up past 10 p.m.?
Nicole: I’m a night owl and so are my kids. I think they take after me.
Jenni: And I’m, like, ready for bed at 8:30.
6. Who is still the biggest partier?
Jenni: Pretty even. Because we suck at it.
Nicole: We don’t want to party anymore. But when we do, we party.
Jenni: I get carried home. And I love it.
7. Who is the better singer?
8. Who is the coolest mom?
Nicole: We are both cool moms.
9. Who will be the stricter mom?
Nicole: You’re psycho.
Jenni: I’m crazy.
10. Whose husband changes the most diapers?
Nicole: I would say both.
Jenni: Well Jionni has two kids.
Nicole: Technically Jionni, but Roger is good too.
Jenni: Roger can catch up. And he loves poopy diapers. It makes you feel good!
Nicole: It means she’s healthy!
11. Who is the most likely to shrink the laundry?
Jenni: I’m terrible! Roger doesn’t let me do laundry anymore.
Nicole: Really? I thought you were good at that stuff.
Jenni: Fuck that! I’m good at everything; I hate fucking laundry. Hate it.
Nicole: I hate laundry too.
12. Who is the bigger slob?
Jenni: Circa 2009, Nicole. But now she’s stepped up her game so we are pretty even.
Nicole: Yeah, not a slob anymore. But 2009? Whew.
Jenni: Yeah, she didn’t bathe.
13. Who is a better cook?
Nicole: Jenni knows what she’s doing. I’m learning! But you’ve been doing it for a while.
14. Who is more likely to go into politics?
Jenni: Nicole. Unless it’s to go against Chris Christie. (holds up her head)
Nicole: I know nothing about politics.
Jenni: But you’re a good speaker.
Nicole: Jenni’s fierce.
Jenni: I just like speaking my mind.
15. Who read a book last?
Nicole: I’m reading a book now!
Jenni: Me too!
Nicole: What are you reading?
Jenni: Dan Brown.
Nicole: Oh you read books-books. I read zombie books. I’m currently reading a New Jersey zombie apocalypse book. I love reading sci-fi.
Jenni: If you were to say who would be the best at the apocalypse and survive? It would be her.
Nicole: Once the zombies come, you’ll be coming to me.
Jenni: I’m going to Maine. Because nobody is going up there. There’s nothing up there to eat. I’m going to Roger’s parents and loading up on ammo.
16. Who’s more likely to make a scene at a restaurant?
Nicole: Me. Unless Jenni is drinking. She’s really awkward.
Jenni: Or if someone is rude, Nicole will stick up for us.
17. Who makes the best cookies?
Jenni: You, you’re a really good baker.
Nicole: I like baking.
18. Who is a better dancer?
Nicole: We are both good dancers.
Jenni: Yeah, in our own way.
19. Who throws a better punch?
Nicole: I’m working on it. She’ll kick my ass though.
Tune into Snooki & Jwoww Wednesday nights at 10 p.m. on MTV.
We all know to pay attention to expiration dates on food, but did you know that household items like pillows can expire, too?
It makes sense to replace items like sponges and toothbrushes every so often, but do you really know when you’re supposed to switch them out? In addition to the obvious, there are tons of other household items that I had no idea I had to replace regularly. Check out this handy guide to keeping your belongings clean and safe.
1. Pillows can lose their shape and cause neck injuries after 2-3 years of use.
2. Wash your slippers regularly and replace them every 6 months to avoid fungal infections.
3. We all know how gross our sponges can get. You shouldn’t use one for longer than two weeks.
Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/expiration-dates/
About 3,500 babies tragically die every year from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
While this syndrome has been characterized by the unexplained death of children under one year old, a new report may finally shed light on how parents can successfully prevent their infants from falling victim.
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, sharing a room with your infant until he or she is six months old could effectively save their life, likely because this makes it easier to stop anything potentially deadly from happening to them.
Discussed during the AAP national conference in San Francisco, the report states that the risk of SIDS can be reduced by up to 50 percent when new parents sleep in the same room as their baby.
The reason for the six-month sleeping period is because the SIDS risk is at its highest at that time.
However, the report stresses that infants should sleep on a separate surface from their parents, unlike the picture below. This helps them avoid accidental suffocation, strangulation, and becoming trapped in an adult bed.
It also states that babies should sleep on their backs in their cribs with only a tightly-fitted sheet. Any soft, loose bedding like pillows, sheets, or blankets could potentially suffocate them. This extends to couches and cushioned chairs as well.
I definitely know what I’ll be doing if I ever decide to have children. Did you practice this with your newborn? Let us know in the comments!
Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/sids-prevention/
Sometimes I look at something and think to myself that I could have made it way better.
From home layouts to street grids to everyday kitchen appliances, it seems like some people make everything as difficult as possible. Clean, simple designs are almost hard to come by in this crazy world. Even though I think I could make things more efficient, there are some design fails that defy all reasoning. We’ve brought you these ridiculous goof-ups in the past, but here are 10 more that will really make you scratch your head.
1. The water is supposed to flow INTO the drain, you know.
2. Remind me never to get lost with the person who created these pillows.
3. They say millenials are ambitious, but getting more than 100 percent correct might challenge anyone’s drive to succeed.
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4. These stairs are for people who love to live on the edge.
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5. Surely the barbed wire is a foolproof way to keep people out…
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6. Wait, how many legs do human women have?
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7. I mean, who among us has not been embarrassed by autocorrect?
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