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Thursday 18 December 2014

JWoww: Be real about romance

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JWoww
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JWoww has revealed her top tip for successful dating is to always be "straight up".

The Jersey Shore star explained how to best avoid the advances of lecherous men.

The socialite spoke about what she has learnt about the opposite sex while appearing on the successful reality TV show.

"Be straight up. If a man's annoying you, tell him, 'You're freaking irritating me.' Be real!" JWoww explained to Now magazine. "Stay fresh to the death."

Since Jersey Shore finished filming its final series, the star has gone onto launch her own cosmetics line.

She has also ditched her man eating ways and settled down, after finding love with boyfriend Roger Mathews.

The couple became engaged in late September and JWoww, real name Jenni Farley, revealed more about the proposal that occurred after Roger encouraged her to jump out of a plane.

"He took me skydiving," JWoww explained. "When I landed, he was waiting on the ground on one knee with a sign that said: 'Jenni Farley, will you marry me?' And I crashed right into him! It was perfect."

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