The Situation Shows 'Jersey Shore' Pride With His Car

'It says 'Situation' on the back of the car, and people are honking the horn and fist-pumping,' he tells MTV News.

Mike Sorrentino has reportedly made millions since he rose to fame as the lady-loving, fist-pumping Situation on "Jersey Shore." And while he is humble about his success, he does admit that he made one major purchase since GTLing his way to the top.

"I bought a car for myself and my sister, my baby sister," he told MTV News. "My license plate I did get registered, and it is S-I-T-C-H ... so that's pretty cool."

One might think the Sitch would want to keep a lower profile out in public, but he doesn't mind the attention at all. "On the back of my car, it says 'The Situation' in letters. It's pretty fun," he explained. "I work so much, I've been blessed to be busy, but when I have time and I'm able to drive my car, which is a couple times here and there, you know, it says 'Situation' on the back of the car, and people are honking the horn and fist-pumping, and it's really, really cool. I'm very flattered and I'm very happy. Things are going very well."

Things are going so well he's even managed to release a book, "Here's the Situation: A Guide to Creeping on Chicks, Avoiding Grenades, and Getting in Your GTL on the Jersey Shore," and he says the sky's the limit for him.

"I've realized what I want to do in life in that I just love being in front of the camera," he said. "I love being an entertainer. It's almost been a lifelong journey to find out what I wanted to do. I'm so happy to be here, and everything's been going great. I have the Situation book, the guide to being a 'Situation.' "

Will you honk and wave if you see the Sitch-mobile out in public? Let us know in the comments!