In all seriousness, Snooki was very sweet; she wanted Buddy to make Momma Polizzi a birthday cake. Not to be upstaged by her own mother, however, Snooki wanted herself represented in the cake with 'fist-pumping gorillas, GTL [gym, tanning, laundry], and poufs'—I have no idea, either.
Before Snooki even got a chance to meet with Buddy, his cousin, Anthony, embarrassed the Valastro family when he hit on Snooki (who am I kidding? The family was embarrassed a long time ago when he decided to put on those emerald green earrings!). Snooki's only response was, "Do you go tanning?" And, as any Jersey native would do, Anthony hung his head in shame. But then Anthony, never the defeatist, called on the styling assistance of a couple of the bakery girls for a makeover.
In describing what she hoped for from the cake, Snooki explained that she wanted something special. She said her mom is "not me at all, she likes flowers," then, not five seconds later, Snooki explained that she wanted the cake to be all about her. Classy gal.
What can be said about the Snooki cake? It was a schizophrenic mess. On one side of the cake was an over-tanned, pouf laden Snooki dancing on the shore with her "gorillas," and on the other side, a delicate flower arrangement with her mom in the garden. Yes. Really.
Let us just be thankful that these kind of episodes happen only once in a blue moon. Somewhere there is a producer clutching a bottle of gin, drinking away his career. Maybe he should get himself a "gym, tan and laundry."
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