Although I haven't completed my research, I really believe that there are more ugly sweater sightings at the Jersey Shore than there are Bigfoot, UFO's and Loch Ness Monster combined. 

We have a great way of finding those, how should I say it, unique sweaters, and we love wearing them. And I think the recipe that got this whole dish started is the diversity of places Jersey Shore people are from.

I know because I am one of them, and take it from this Staten Island boy, our great and unique fashion sense here at the Jersey Shore is because of the following recipe, and we love all these places listed and the people who come from them!

A dash of Staten Island

A teaspoon of Brooklyn

A splash of North Jersey

A pinch of Native Jersey Shore

Mix all ingredients into a bowl. Stir vigorously until all the slightly different New York accents blend into one. Let sit for at least one hour. Pour onto any otherwise boring sweater and let sit. Bold colors should begin to appear in random order all over the sweater in shocking disarray. Let dry and wear to the next party or club on your schedule.

I promise you, you will win something along the way. Quick story, my Dad, also a Staten Island boy, had a sweater that he wore a few times, but decided he wanted to give it to me. I took it and put it in the closet.

It's a black sweater, but you'd never know it with the streaks of near neon colors across the front of it. I didn't know whether to lower it or put sunglasses on to protect my eyes. I never touched it until we threw an ugly Christmas sweater party.

I called my father and told him I wore his sweater to a party and won a prize. He was thrilled and asked what kind of party it was. We still laugh about it to this day. Really good memories.

Don't forget every weekday morning at 8:00am we have a chance for you to win a Miller Lite Prize Pack, which may just happen to include their version of a Christmas sweater. You'll love it!

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