Love skiing, arguing for no reason and spending your days ‘smashing’ gym, tan and laundry?
If you answered yes to all three of those questions, you probably need to re-evaluate your life, but until you’ve done that, we’ve heard of a television opportunity that may be for you.
That’s right, the creators of ‘Jersey Shore’ – for some odd, troubling, inexplicable reason (money) – have decided to take on the world of skiing in their new reality TV show ‘Turn Up The Heat’.
The casting notice for the programme, which will be filmed at an unnamed East Coast ski resort in America, proclaims: “You partied with us all summer on the shore, and now we’re back to redefine winter.”
First of all, we think it’s safe to say that neither we nor the majority of the snowsports community did in fact, ‘party with them all summer on the shore’.
And secondly, the Oxford Dictionary defines ‘winter’ as: “The coldest season of the year, in the northern hemisphere from December to February and in the southern hemisphere from June to August.”
We’re struggling to see just how the reality television moguls are going to set about ‘redefining’ this. The definition doesn’t exactly leave much room for movement.
The casting call continues: “Calling out all the self-proclaimed tri-state hotties, bronzed bods, kosher princesses, Greek gods and goddesses who can turn up the heat!
“This is the invitation you’ve been waiting for. The team that brought you ‘Jersey Shore’ is coming back and you already know how hot the party is going to be, even on ice.
“Summer may be over, but that doesn’t mean the party has to stop; trading in the hot sand for cool snow, cold waves for hot tubs, long days for long nights.”
To be honest, it sounds like they’re trying to assemble what would probably be the worst bunch of people you could possibly come across while out in resort.
For all you riders who do have the misfortune of being based on the East Coast in the States, our thoughts truly are with you.
For the rest of you, be thankful that you’re local shred spots have been looked over by the reality disaster. And probably don’t turn on your TV or look at social media for a while either.