"YOU BETTER NOT GET IN THAT WATER, PUT YOUR SUNSCREEN ON!"

Over the weekend, my friend tagged me in quite possibly one of the funniest videos I've ever seen. TikTok user hashtagkarenag2 managed to perfectly describe all of our Moms at the Jersey Shore in about 40 seconds. Check out her video below:

@hashtagkarenag2Who’s Jersey Mom is this?! ##nj ##newjersey ##jerseyshore ##asburypark ##beach ##summer ##momsoftiktok ##jerseymom♬ original sound - Hashtag Karenag

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Everything about this video is absolutely perfect. Remember when you finally set foot on the beach as a kid, and all you wanted to do was run into the water? I felt like I was watching my own Mom say "NUH UH UH" as she pulled me back and applied sunscreen (which felt like the longest 2 minutes and 15 seconds of my life) before I was finally able to enjoy the ocean.

Let's not forget lunchtime - our Moms always packed the goods (sandwiches, bagels, snacks, waters), but our ungrateful selves just wanted some boardwalk pizza (who could blame us?)

And when we got a little too out of control on the beach - dumping sand where it shouldn't go, acting out, Mom was always quick to reign us back in, and as the video shows, sit with her out of the water until we learned to act right.

What's my favorite part of the video you ask? "YOU FOUND A SEASHELL? WOW!" Replace the "wow" with "how nice," and you've got my Jersey Mom.

Speaking of my Mom, I sent this video to her and she thought it was on point - the only thing she said it's missing was "DON'T GO TOO DEEP IN THE WATER!"

What are some memories you have of your Jersey Shore Mom at the beach? Be sure to share this with your friends who will understand!

H/T: hashtagkarenag2 on TikTok

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