Snooki Baby: Can You Spell 'Fetal Alcohol Syndrome?'
How hard has she been hitting the booze?
By Mary Papenfuss, Newser Staff
Posted Mar 1, 2012 12:02 AM CST
Snooki strikes a pose.   (Peter Kramer/AP Images for Bravo)

(Newser) – Let's hope Snooki sorta planned that baby she's reportedly carrying (stop giggling). Because if she didn't, that fetus has to be nearly swimming in booze by now. While Forbes is concerned about what's to become of the diminutive reality star's "brand," others are worried about the drinking habits of the pregnant 24-year-old, who seems to spend very few minutes sober on Jersey Shore. "Is there a test for fetal alcohol syndrome at three months in utero?" wonders crabbygolightly.com.

"Quick, word association test," demands studybreaks.com, "because all that comes to mind" for the pregnant "diva of debauchery" is "fetal alcohol syndrome"—a leading cause of mental retardation. The reported pregnancy poses problems for Snooki and JWoww's spin-off, and for Jersey Shore, where the cast spends "approximately 97.2% of their time being absolutely trashed," notes studybreaks. Snooki has some qualms about her hard-partying ways, once telling Ellen DeGeneres: "I want to remember my night, and sometimes I just don't. It sucks. You're like, 'What did I do? Why did I wake up in a garbage can?'"

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rhoan74
Mar 7, 2012 5:32 PM CST
As long as she didn't drink much after the first 2 weeks on conception the wee one should be fine
Fatquah
Mar 1, 2012 2:20 PM CST
They stole my joke! (but funnier to ask if she can spell FAS)
StationaryMan
Mar 1, 2012 11:24 AM CST
I spoke with Snooky this morning and verified she can spell "Fetal Alcohol Syndrome"( boy was I surprised) and she wants everyone to know that she plans on locking up her alcohol to prevent her fetus from getting in to it.