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Snooki Got Her Own Cocktail, So Here Are The Rest Of The 'Jersey Shore' Drinks

A year ago, the only people who knew who Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi was were her friends and family. But now that "Jersey Shore" has become a massive hit and the show's cast have made themselves into true stars. In Snooki's case, she now has an official drink named after her at the Beachcomber Bar & Grill (the same tavern in Seaside Heights, New Jersey where Snooki got punched in the face during the show's first season). According to bar owner Michael Carbone, Snooki always ordered the same drink, a concoction of coconut rum, creme de bananes, melon liqueur, pineapple juice and whipped cream called a "Scooby Snack."

That sounds awfully sweet and slightly too boozy, but it fits perfectly with Snooki's vibe: Unassuming, but with a kick. (And, ultimately, probably bad for you.) But why does Snooki get all the alcohol-inspired glory? We decided to pitch signature cocktails for each of the other members of the "Jersey Shore" house. Remember to drink responsibly (which means you probably shouldn't consume any of the suggestions below).

J-Woww

Drink: The Gravity Defier

Ingredients: Rum, orange juice, silicon, splash of tonic water

Combine rum, orange juice, silicon and tonic water in cocktail shaker, shake violently. No matter how hard you try, mixture will not move. Serve in low-cut glass with shaved ice.

Ronnie

Drink: The Muscle Buster

Ingredients: Jameson, elderflower liqueur, egg whites, Red Bull and stanozolol

Yeah, we know there's already a concoction called "Ron Ron Juice" (which consists of watermelon, cherries, cranberry juice, vodka and ice) on at least one bar menu in Miami, but that fruity drink doesn't reflect Ronnie's personality as well. Rather, he requires a harder-edged alcohol (whiskey), a bit of bittersweetness, some protein, a jolt of energy and some steroids for good measure (if that's what you're in the mood for). Best if served neat in a lowball glass or injected into the buttocks.

Angelina

Drink: The Mind Eraser

Ingredients: Vodka, Kahlua, tonic water

Pour vodka, Kahlua and tonic water into a rocks or old-fashioned glass. Serve with a straw. Like the name implies, after a few of these, you won't be able to remember anything that happened, which is sort of a nice way of summing up Angelina's contributions to the show.

The Situation

Drink: The Washboard Pyramid

Ingredients: His own brand of protein-infused vodka, beef broth, V8 juice, Greek yogurt

Really, the Situation shouldn't be drinking at all, as booze will only make it more difficult for him to keep his signature stomach muscles in tact. Still, if he's going to imbibe, he might as well help his cause with a healthy dose of protein, his daily allotment of fruits and vegetables and a little dairy for texture. That's all four food groups!

DJ Pauly D

Drink: Spin to Win

Ingredients: Everclear, triple sec, tequila, lime juice, hot sauce, Crunk Juice

Pauly likes his drinks like he likes his hair: Stiffer than a frozen cadaver. That's why his drink packs an extra-strong punch with three powerful liquors plus blasts of citrus, heat and caffeine (so you can stay awake and dance to the latest Swedish House Mafia remixes).

Vinnie

Drink: The Frisky Fence

Ingredients: Orange-infused vodka, cranberry juice, lime juice, lemonade, triple sec, tequila, sugar

Vinnie likes to straddle the line between many of the roommates, which is what makes him a great house politician. His drink should do the same, so there is a healthy blast of boozy goodness as well as a burst of sugary sweetness and fruit.

Sammi Sweetheart

Drink: The Sleeping Beauty

Ingredients: Chloroform, a rag

Take rag, soak in chloroform. Place over nose and mouth, inhale. Pass out. The perfect cocktail for Sammi, because she spends roughly 75 percent of each episode asleep.