jersey shore jwoww book rules according to jwoww getty 550 'Jersey Shore's' JWOWW says her book of rules is 'for all women'

When it comes to her broken relationships, “Jersey Shore” star Jenni “JWOWW” Farley turns lemons into Ron-Ron juice. That’s how she came up with her new book, “The Rules According to JWOWW.” 
“My book didn’t start out as rules,” she tells Zap2it. “It started out as being about all my ex-boyfriends, why it went wrong, and then the reality check I gave at the end. So, we kind of took the reality checks and created the rules out of them.” 
In the book, JWOWW gives women all her hard-earned tips on when to smush (that’s have sex), what to wear to get a guy’s attention and her general know-how on getting a guy to “wife-up” (commit).
“It’s universal for all women whether you’re 40, 20, 16 – all women do the same mistakes,” she says. “All women settle. All women go after guys for all the wrong reasons. So, it’s just like a fun way to reality check all the girls.”
JWOWW tells us that despite how successful “Jersey Shore” is, she was surprised to see the huge crowds that have showed up for her book signings. Approximately 800 fans showed up to her signing in Ridgewood, N.J. the first week the book came out. And she tells us that settling is what most of her fans have questions about. 
“I guess a lot of women just were never happy in their relationships,” she says. “It comes back to settling. They start dating the guys for all the wrong reasons. And then six months, a year into the relationship, they’re just not happy. And they kind of want to know a way to get out of it and know that the grass is greener on the other side.”
Whether you think JWOWW has any business giving other women relationship advice, you may want to consider that maybe she knows a little something about getting her man. After all, we watched her go from a bad breakup on the MTV Show right into the arms of Roger Williams — who she’s still with. In fact, the reality star-turned writer tells us Roger was part of the inspiration for writing the book.
Do you need a reality check from JWOWW?
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