Are you DTF? Are your days filled with GTL? Does your pre-going out ritual include a T-shirt time? Then there's the perfect beach house for you. Yep, that's right, the Jersey Shore house is for rent in Seaside Heights, NJ — just in time for the Jersey Shore reunion.
Tonight, Reunion Road Trip airs on E!, and from the looks of things Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, Jennifer "JWoww" Farley, Pauly D, Sammi "Sweetheart" Giancola, and Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino all may be a little older and a little wiser, but they're still up to their old tricks.
The reunion obviously isn't a full season of fist-pumping, but it's sure to fill the void of those faithful followers of the show from back in the day. So, in addition to re-watching all six seasons of the MTV smash hit, why not take things a step further and rent out the house — Smush Room and all.
The house, which sits at 1209 Ocean Terrace appears to be in slightly better condition than how the crew left it — but the gang certainly left their mark on it. Literally. One of the rooms features all of the cast members' names spray painted onto the wall.
To be sure, though, the house isn't cheap. It seems that the owners like to rent the house out on a nightly basis — at a whopping $1200 a night. That said, the house sleeps 12 and is equipped with 10 rooms total, six beds, three baths, and, at 2,500 square feet, it's pretty spacious. Also, it includes the duck phone for late night drunk dials! But unfortunately, the infamous rooftop deck where many a fight took place is not included in the rental.
Scroll down to see what the house looks like today:
One of the many bedrooms…
The kitchen where The Situation made his Sunday dinners…
The living room where the boys entertained their grenades (before heading to the Smush Room, naturally)
And of course, the infamous duck phone…
From the looks of things, the house is typically rented out more for parties, such as post-prom bashes, bachelor/bachelorette parties, or even graduation celebrations. And it's probably just as well. Spending the week where a bunch of wasted party animals hooked up, fist pumped, and, well, puked doesn't sound like a very relaxing vacation.
Oh! And there's one caveat. When you're leaving the house at the end of your rental, you're legally obligated to call out, "Cabs are here!" before taking off.