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What if 3OH!3 and the Fray were from Seaside Heights, New Jersey, instead of Colorado?

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Holy hell! As if any of us needed yet another workplace distraction. At least when we're listening to the BS Report we can get some stuff done. This one here, though, killed at least a half hour for us just now.

Ever wonder what the 3OH!3 guys would look like if they hailed from Seaside Heights instead of Boulder, or what the Fray dudes would look like beating up the beat? Wonder no more. Behold JersifyYourself.com. Have at it, and kiss your productivity this afternoon goodbye. Follow the jump to see Foreman's fellow Shore men.

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