Snooki is building her dream house in New Jersey, drinking again

Getty Images File PhotoSnooki is going to upgrade her digs from boyfriend Jionni's basement to a mansion on a piece of land she recently purchased in New Jersey.

Getty Images File PhotoSnooki is going to upgrade her digs from boyfriend Jionni's basement to a mansion on a piece of land she recently purchased in New Jersey.

Although no one really seemed to notice, “The Jersey Shore” had its series finale last week, which leaves us all wondering: What will Snooki do next?

Surely the world is her oyster (or dill pickle). So what if she admitted to Access Hollywood that she and her baby daddy Jionni are living in his mom’s basement?

“Snooki & JWoww” premiers in January, and lest ye worry that it will be dull, she also told Access that she has started drinking again. This of course means that 2013 could be filled with Miranda rights and crotch shots.

The Stir also claims that she recently bought a parcel of land in the Garden State on which she plans to build an undoubtedly nouveau riche mansion, a home that will surely put the Versace in Versailles.

Is there nothing this bantam bimbo can’t do?

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