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Image: Cover of Harper's Bazaar
Harper's Bazaar
The "Jersey Shore" girls, Jenni "J-WOWW" Farley, right, and Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, center, poses with socialite Tinsley Mortimer in the May issue of Harper's Bazaar magazine.
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updated 4/14/2010 3:55:17 PM ET 2010-04-14T19:55:17

The girls of “Jersey Shore” were taken for an etiquette ride by New York City socialite Tinsley Mortimer in Harper’s Bazaar May issue, where they revealed a few intimate details — including Jenni “J-WOWW” Farley’s wish to undergo plastic surgery every year.

“It was well worth it,” she told the mag of her breast implants. “I’d do it every year if I could.”

Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi also had a breast-related admission. She revealed that she often multitasks with her girls. She explained that she often stashes her Blackberry and lip-gloss in her bra while on the go.

For the mag, the ladies were given instructions on etiquette from Tinsely, but Snooki said she didn’t exactly need them.

“We might come off like we have no manners at all, but we do,” Snooki said during the lesson. “I know a couple things about manners, I just don’t use them.”

Sammi “Sweetheart” Giancola told the mag that she doesn’t need lessons on how to act.

“I feel like I already know how to be a lady,” she said, but acknowledged that her blinged out wardrobe could be toned down.

One “Shore” staple that’s not coming down is Snooki’s trademark poof.

“It was a teen Guidette thing, and when everyone grew out of it, I just kept it,” Snookie said when asked about her trademark ‘do.

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