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Woe is Georgia! Georgia Nicolson thought life was hard when her only worry was whether Masimo would choose her over Wet Lindsay. But then Dave the Laugh started acting strange --and everything was turned upside down when Robbie the Sex God suddenly returned! In this eighth entry of the Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series, every reader will be wishing they had Georgia's Woe is Georgia! Georgia Nicolson thought life was hard when her only worry was whether Masimo would choose her over Wet Lindsay. But then Dave the Laugh started acting strange --and everything was turned upside down when Robbie the Sex God suddenly returned! In this eighth entry of the Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series, every reader will be wishing they had Georgia's problems. About the Author LOUISE RENNISON is the author of seven other books about Georgia. She lives in Brighton, England.


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Woe is Georgia! Georgia Nicolson thought life was hard when her only worry was whether Masimo would choose her over Wet Lindsay. But then Dave the Laugh started acting strange --and everything was turned upside down when Robbie the Sex God suddenly returned! In this eighth entry of the Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series, every reader will be wishing they had Georgia's Woe is Georgia! Georgia Nicolson thought life was hard when her only worry was whether Masimo would choose her over Wet Lindsay. But then Dave the Laugh started acting strange --and everything was turned upside down when Robbie the Sex God suddenly returned! In this eighth entry of the Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series, every reader will be wishing they had Georgia's problems. About the Author LOUISE RENNISON is the author of seven other books about Georgia. She lives in Brighton, England.

30 review for Love Is a Many Trousered Thing

  1. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    Italian Cakey? Creamy Robbie éclair? Or Dave the tart I CHOOSE DAVE THE TART E'RRRRRYTIME

  2. 4 out of 5

    nicole

    Yessssss. Luuurved it, naturally, though Georgia really is quite stupid, isn't she? (I had to fight the urge to refer to her as a naff prat just then. Things to remember: I am not British. Nor am I 14.) Masimo, the Italian Stallion, does absolutely nothing for me, and I wish he did an equal amount of nothing for her. Alas. Variations on the word "bitch" were used four times (I think...) ....!! Almost as shocking as the use of the word "slut" in Harry Potter! I mean, why call someone a bitch when Yessssss. Luuurved it, naturally, though Georgia really is quite stupid, isn't she? (I had to fight the urge to refer to her as a naff prat just then. Things to remember: I am not British. Nor am I 14.) Masimo, the Italian Stallion, does absolutely nothing for me, and I wish he did an equal amount of nothing for her. Alas. Variations on the word "bitch" were used four times (I think...) ....!! Almost as shocking as the use of the word "slut" in Harry Potter! I mean, why call someone a bitch when you've got a whole glossary of more interesting nonsense words to choose from at the very back of your own book?

  3. 5 out of 5

    Susie

    I'm not proud, but I totally got hooked on the Angus, Thongs, and Full Frontal Snogging books when I was in library school! They're kind of like the Bridget Jones's Diary books, but for teens. And you can read them in one sitting! This latest installment is as fluffy as the rest and I shudder to think what a real-life Georgia Nicholson would be like (she's awful!), but I still get a kick out of the humor and the glossary provided for Georgia's "American chums."

  4. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    For a minute there I thought this was going to be a three star book. While I love Gee and the Ace Gang, I can only read about Libby's bizarre toys and the disco inferno with all its many incarnations so many times. Fortunately, Robbie and Dave the Laugh brought this book home in a big big way. I immediately had to begin book 9 and it is with mixed emotions that I enter the home stretch and the impending end of this series. Gee is on the rack and in the cake shop of lurve. Robbie is back from kiwi For a minute there I thought this was going to be a three star book. While I love Gee and the Ace Gang, I can only read about Libby's bizarre toys and the disco inferno with all its many incarnations so many times. Fortunately, Robbie and Dave the Laugh brought this book home in a big big way. I immediately had to begin book 9 and it is with mixed emotions that I enter the home stretch and the impending end of this series. Gee is on the rack and in the cake shop of lurve. Robbie is back from kiwi-a-gogo land and ready to give things another go. Massimo is free and would like to know if Gee is free for him too. With two Gods to choose from, things couldn't be any more complicated, right? Wrong. G's red bottomosity ways have really caused a problem this time because desptie having a cake of lurve and a Robbie eclair, what G is really thinking about is a Dave tart. The horn has sounded, who will she choose?

  5. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    4 Stars! “Biology The film turns out to be about bees. It is a film about a bee center. How crap is this going to be? An hour later That was the best thing I have seen for ages. We made Miss Wilson rewind the bit where the two queens were having a bitch fight.” BOOK EIGHT is down! Georgia Nicolson, more like her creator, is hilarious. Her stories are even funnier. The crazy things that come out of her mouth are a poster quote worthy. Seriously, guys, aren't you tired of me telling how hilarious 4 Stars! “Biology The film turns out to be about bees. It is a film about a bee center. How crap is this going to be? An hour later That was the best thing I have seen for ages. We made Miss Wilson rewind the bit where the two queens were having a bitch fight.” BOOK EIGHT is down! Georgia Nicolson, more like her creator, is hilarious. Her stories are even funnier. The crazy things that come out of her mouth are a poster quote worthy. Seriously, guys, aren't you tired of me telling how hilarious these books are? No, well let me keep telling you the same thing over and over. “This is the first day of the rest of my life. So why is my hair sticking up like a cockerel?” Georgia's character has grow up a bit! Please give her a hand, because thats a really a judge step. I have been rambling on about how her character is immature, stupid, but hilarious; BUT she keeps getting wiser each book. Not wiser wiser, but more looking like a "normal" teenager, soon to be adult. This book began she escaping from he reality, but when she has to face it again, she makes the best decision, not my opinion. “It’s hard to tell the truth sometimes, especially if you don’t want to hurt someone. And you did. You said what you feel. And you must do what is right for you, not what other people say is right.” Robbie did land, but so did Masimo and don't forget always here Dave the Laugh. Georgia has a tough life, that's for sure. Three boys after her and she thinking who to choose, but always leaving Dave out of the question because he is her mate, as he said. So, the decision is between Robbie and Masimo, who will be the lucky one? Apart from all that problem, there isn't much of the book, but I really laugh A LOT with everything. Please, mates read this book! “I always want to tell him everything. But instead I said, “What’s your advice, Hornmeister?” And he started doing pretend beard stroking and said, “Well, luuurve is a many trousered thing. . . .”

  6. 5 out of 5

    Julie Decker

    Georgia, a high-strung British teenager with boy troubles and an embarrassing family, is continuing her trend of having no idea which guy to chase. Robbie was her first real boyfriend, but the way he left her was disappointing, and now that he's back she's not sure she is ready to be into him again even though he's truly gorgeous and kisses well. And then there's also Masimo, who is almost equally gorgeous and almost equally good at kissing (okay, maybe better, on both counts), and furthermore h Georgia, a high-strung British teenager with boy troubles and an embarrassing family, is continuing her trend of having no idea which guy to chase. Robbie was her first real boyfriend, but the way he left her was disappointing, and now that he's back she's not sure she is ready to be into him again even though he's truly gorgeous and kisses well. And then there's also Masimo, who is almost equally gorgeous and almost equally good at kissing (okay, maybe better, on both counts), and furthermore he's aggressively pursuing her--to the point that he's making a midnight rendezvous with her and inviting her to visit him in Italy. Why do all the boys run away? Which one does she like? Her friends aren't much help, with the exception, perhaps, of Dave the Laugh--who's surprisingly supportive of her relationships despite that she has also considered HIM. Georgia has to decide, with the help of her ace gang and some kissing experiments, or she'll be on the rack of luuuuurve forever. This one was just about as hilarious and fun as the others, a quick read, and full of bizarre situations that are just weird enough to never get old when they keep happening. I don't like that the dialogue makes really rude comments sometimes about fat people and lesbians, but I guess since I'm not necessarily supposed to think Georgia and her friends are nice people (they're often not), I am still able to enjoy it. Her boy problems are not relatable to me, but they're really funny.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Brand

    Georgia is shallow and immature and truly needs to grow up, but these books are still very funny. Sadly, there's a girl in my year who steals all of Georgia's phrases and words, and everyone thinks she's wonderfully original. I was slightly annoyed at Georgia moaning about how crap History is, and also how unromatic Germans and the German language is. The most gentlemanly man I've ever met is from Germany, so she clearly is quite biased. Anyway, a light read and only took me a few hours to get t Georgia is shallow and immature and truly needs to grow up, but these books are still very funny. Sadly, there's a girl in my year who steals all of Georgia's phrases and words, and everyone thinks she's wonderfully original. I was slightly annoyed at Georgia moaning about how crap History is, and also how unromatic Germans and the German language is. The most gentlemanly man I've ever met is from Germany, so she clearly is quite biased. Anyway, a light read and only took me a few hours to get through. It's obvious that Georgia is meant to be with Dave (their levels of maturity match) and I feel kind of sorry for Robbie and Masimo having to put up with a girlfriend who believes that the most important things about them are their looks and how good they are at kissing. --- 19/01/09: Upon my second reading I've knocked the rating from 5/10 to 4/10. Georgia is so self-obsessed and shallow. I've come to realise that she is the sort of girl who I have to tell off when she's misbehaving in my school library. Yes, I, like Wet Lindsay, am a spoffy prefect. But hey, I'm going to end up with a wonderful, caring boyfriend one day (who cares about the environment and writes thoughful songs) and she'll be stuck with Dave the Laugh, whose only subject of conversation is her breasts! Despite this, I probably will read the ninth book some day, just because I don't like to give up on a series part-way through.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Genaphur

    Every time I read one of these books I always ask myself, "why?". I still don't know the answer. It's a ok read but I know I have far out grown reading books like this and yet when a new one comes out I pick it up and read it. I can't even understand half the things that Georgia is going on about in the story. Then I find myself going around saying things like "fabby". Oh well, I know when book 9 comes out I'll read that too and start thinking to myself, "why?".

  9. 4 out of 5

    Andrea V.

    This series never fails to make me laugh out loud. Georgia Nicolson is so confused, so dramatic, and so boy-crazy, but you see hints of a good heart underneath. While enjoying her antics I find myself rooting for the rational part of her brain to win. I don't know how to recommend these titles to teen girls. Do they take the books seriously or laugh at themselves? Need a little help from all you YA Specialists. How do you sell this series?

  10. 4 out of 5

    Anna

    i just want to be done with this series already but noooo, there's two more books left!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Samge

    More like a 4.5 because she keeps ignoring her feelings about Dave the laugh.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Hannah

    So I left this series for way too long, but it’s as good now as it was three years ago.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Evangeline

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I was thinking I was Team No one and boys can just do one. But I’m Team Dave again

  14. 4 out of 5

    Hayley

    I'm waaaay older than the target audience for this book now and yet I still find them to be the perfect pick-me-up when my illness flares up and I need an easy, amusing read. Georgia is such a funny character, I can't help but find her endearing even when she is being utterly daft.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Christina

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Luuurve is a Many Trousered Thing was a laugh! We left the previous book with Georgia running off to catch an imaginary train, just to escape the wild predicament that is Sex God and the Luuurve God at the same place at the same time! The Luuurve fandango continues and Georgia's queuing up at the Bakery of Love! Georgia's let into the cakeshop and has finally decided on the Italian fancy that is Masimo. He becomes her official boyfriend, giving her a No.4 (on the snogging scale, times 3), and inv Luuurve is a Many Trousered Thing was a laugh! We left the previous book with Georgia running off to catch an imaginary train, just to escape the wild predicament that is Sex God and the Luuurve God at the same place at the same time! The Luuurve fandango continues and Georgia's queuing up at the Bakery of Love! Georgia's let into the cakeshop and has finally decided on the Italian fancy that is Masimo. He becomes her official boyfriend, giving her a No.4 (on the snogging scale, times 3), and invites her to visit him at Pizza-a-gogo land! However, Georgia still hasn't broken the news to the Sex God and still fancies herself a Robbie Eclair, rearing her red bottom. When she does tell him, it ends in tears for both parties. Whilst Masimo's gone to Pizza-a-gogo land for now and Robbie's headed back to Kiwi-a-gogo land, Dave the Laugh makes his much-welcomed appearance at camp and Georgia has unexpectedly had to return to the cakeshop to grab Dave the Tart. Bugger! This book sent me into hysterical fits of laughter, more so than the previous books! The love square has definitely become quite a dilemma! I am convinced she must end up with Dave the Laugh. A. He's a laugh and B. He's the best snog Georgia's ever had (she herself admitted it to Rosie!) and C. He likes a certain someone, possibly better than his girlfriend, Emma!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Lea

    I have to admit that over the years I had grown a little tired of Georgia Nicholson. Don't get me wrong, the description of Georgia shaving her eyebrows in Angus, Thongs, and Full-Frontal Snogging remains to funny that I stopped and read it aloud to friends this year at the Printer's Row book fair. The story had grown thin for me by the time I got to book 5 or 6; a third love interest had been added to the mix, a thoroughly uninteresting Italian named "Massimo." The books only really got moving I have to admit that over the years I had grown a little tired of Georgia Nicholson. Don't get me wrong, the description of Georgia shaving her eyebrows in Angus, Thongs, and Full-Frontal Snogging remains to funny that I stopped and read it aloud to friends this year at the Printer's Row book fair. The story had grown thin for me by the time I got to book 5 or 6; a third love interest had been added to the mix, a thoroughly uninteresting Italian named "Massimo." The books only really got moving during scenes with Dave the Laugh. I only skimmed the 7th book in the series when I first read it, but then the final cliffhanger gave me hope, and book 8, Love is a Many Trousered Thing was awesome! I bought it the day it was released, sat down to start reading it while waiting to go to a party, and ended up skipping the party to finish the book. You don't need to read the other books to enjoy this one; in fact, I would recommend NOT trying to read the entire series in a row. This, however, is the strongest outing in several books for Georgia. Can't wait for 9.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Marija

    Georgia meets nature in this installment when her class is forced to go on a camping trip. It kind of reminds me of when the boys from Top Gear went camping…the tent issues, bathroom problems etc.—though minus flame issues they encountered. On a side note, I love wacky Rosie with her fake beard and Viking wedding preparations. Priceless! On a further side note, I can certainly relate to Georgia when she describes boys’ cologne: “Wearing pongy stuff that some fool in advertising says is irresistib Georgia meets nature in this installment when her class is forced to go on a camping trip. It kind of reminds me of when the boys from Top Gear went camping…the tent issues, bathroom problems etc.—though minus flame issues they encountered. On a side note, I love wacky Rosie with her fake beard and Viking wedding preparations. Priceless! On a further side note, I can certainly relate to Georgia when she describes boys’ cologne: “Wearing pongy stuff that some fool in advertising says is irresistible to women, and that as soon as they smell it they want to get to No. 6 with you. I passed Oscar the trainee tosser this evening and practically passed out. I have NEVER smelled stronger Brut or Impulse or whatever it is. I was choking. I tell you what, if he lights up a fag as well, that will be the end of him.”

  18. 4 out of 5

    Bidisha Das

    This used to be one of my favourite series when I was 14/15. Georgia's as insane and her escapades as outrageously hilarious as ever. It's laugh-out-loud funny and HUGELY entertaining. Seriously. I mean, Georgia's somewhat of a boy magnet now - has Lurrve God, Masimo, and Sex God, Robbie, at her disposal - and then accidentally lands another boy in the midst. As Well. It's a crazy, crazy romp. The only reason this loses a star is because, I dunno, but I felt like some of the charm was kinda missi This used to be one of my favourite series when I was 14/15. Georgia's as insane and her escapades as outrageously hilarious as ever. It's laugh-out-loud funny and HUGELY entertaining. Seriously. I mean, Georgia's somewhat of a boy magnet now - has Lurrve God, Masimo, and Sex God, Robbie, at her disposal - and then accidentally lands another boy in the midst. As Well. It's a crazy, crazy romp. The only reason this loses a star is because, I dunno, but I felt like some of the charm was kinda missing. Maybe it's 'cause I'm older now and I bet my younger self would have given it 5 stars and more (DUDE, back then it was like, 'Sweet Jesus, Georgia's story is MY story!') but, um..it was fun, sure, just a little less - surprising, methinks.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Aly

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. We are closing in on the end of the Georgia series and I still love her, she is still having trouble deciding between the Lurrrrve God and the Sex God but she makes up her mind to go with Massimo. Georgia is still absolutely hilarious, a tad obnoxious at times but I don't get tired of her at all. There are only two books left for me to read and I am hoping that she gets wise and see Dave the Laugh right in front of her. I love Gee and the Ace Gang but I am glad Robbie came back from Kiwi-a-gogo- We are closing in on the end of the Georgia series and I still love her, she is still having trouble deciding between the Lurrrrve God and the Sex God but she makes up her mind to go with Massimo. Georgia is still absolutely hilarious, a tad obnoxious at times but I don't get tired of her at all. There are only two books left for me to read and I am hoping that she gets wise and see Dave the Laugh right in front of her. I love Gee and the Ace Gang but I am glad Robbie came back from Kiwi-a-gogo-land in this one. Massimo is boring and two dimensional and not funny enough for crazy Georgia. Anyway, Georgia's books are still fabbity-fab.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Nicola

    Love is a Many Trousered Thing was definitely a bit all over the place in terms of quality compared to the other books in the series I've read but it was good enough over all. It started off quite slow and dragged at parts but it always redeemed itself. Georgia is as sarcastic, dramatic and witty as ever and made me laugh several times. Her narration is really unique and Georgia really started to grow and mature during this one. The ending was really nice and I'll definitely be reading more of t Love is a Many Trousered Thing was definitely a bit all over the place in terms of quality compared to the other books in the series I've read but it was good enough over all. It started off quite slow and dragged at parts but it always redeemed itself. Georgia is as sarcastic, dramatic and witty as ever and made me laugh several times. Her narration is really unique and Georgia really started to grow and mature during this one. The ending was really nice and I'll definitely be reading more of these books.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kait

    Georgia Nicholson rides again! These books never fail to make me laugh and possibly roll my eyes. The only bad thing about Louise Rennison's addictive writing is that I go around speaking like a completely naff person on the edge of a nervy b. See? There I go again. I need to check my maturocity.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Brittany

    This one was so good, one of my favorites of the series! Georgia (and I can't believe I'm saying this) actually had to make some tough-ish decisions. I suppose I'm leaning toward Masimo, but I can't forget about Dave the Laugh. I was never than attached to Robbie. Dave the Laugh is probably best for Georgia though. I'll have to go to the library soon to get the 9th and 10th book!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sam

    DAVE THE LAUGH, I LOVE YOOOOOOOOOOU!!!!!!!!!!!!! Dave is a really easy character to like. Georgia is kinda stupid with all her crushes -.- but you know, she's a teenage girl and obviously very horny! I love all the ideas from Louise Rennison, she is a LEGEND!!!!!! WOOOOO

  24. 4 out of 5

    Taylor

    Aww I love the end of this one :)

  25. 5 out of 5

    Louisa with an A

    Oh man! Like I said before leave the Italian Stallion and go be with both Robbie and Dave the Laugh... but mainly Dave.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Caitlin Frost

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Love is a many trousered thing by Louise Rennison, is definitely one for a read. Although it is number eight in its series and you need to read the rest to understand. But I do promise, it's worth it. Georgia Nicolson, the main character of the book is just a normal teenager going through some normal problems. Her life is more comical than most. Reading from the start, you would know that Georgia has been in love with "sex god" and lead band member of The Stiff Dylans, Robbie. Not long after th Love is a many trousered thing by Louise Rennison, is definitely one for a read. Although it is number eight in its series and you need to read the rest to understand. But I do promise, it's worth it. Georgia Nicolson, the main character of the book is just a normal teenager going through some normal problems. Her life is more comical than most. Reading from the start, you would know that Georgia has been in love with "sex god" and lead band member of The Stiff Dylans, Robbie. Not long after them being together, he left her, because she apparently was too young for him. Which is true and to go to hamburger-a-goo-goo-land aka, America, to try and further his career in the music industry. But after taking a trip and meeting an italian "luuurve god", Georgia is most surely starting to forget about Robbie. That is exactly what this book, Love is a many trousered thing, is about. Georgia trying to figure out exactly who it is she is in love with. Keep in mind that she is still in highschool and is basically unsure about everything like everyone else at this age. Never before have I been so confused on what the next thing could be. It's back and forth with these two guys who are both desperately in love with her. She near the end, reveals to Robbie that she is still hurt he left her to go to America and did it in such a harsh way. She also reveals through many tears, that she does like Masimo and is technically with him now. This crushes Robbie, but he understands. Masimo leaves for a month to go back t0 his home, Italy to visit family. While he is away, he wants Georgia to try and visit him there. Which is about impossible, because her parents are quite insane and "hate" her. Georgia could never earn the money herself, because she's..well..Georgia. On top of it all, she also has to attend some crap camping trip affiliated with the school. The good thing is she has one of her best friends to turn to for advice. "Dave the laugh" has always been there for her and is actually one of the first people she ever kissed, or "snogged". He can always make her laugh and knows exactly when and what to say. Throughout the book, you will notice that she constantly finds herself thinking about him. But how? she could never be with her mate. So while living amongst the twigs on this so-called camping trip, she discovers something absolutely mind blowing that will end all surprises. It will change the entire course of everything she has ever done and thought that she knew. I recommend that you read through this series and particularly this book to see what it is that I mean. This book is full of question, desire, drama, love and most of all, comedy. I am not much of a reader, but when it comes to this series, I can't stop. I personally recommend this book to a younger/teenage audience, only because it is about teenagers and more particularly, a teenage girl going through normal things that we all will. It is relatable and entertaining. It is also a quick read, which is good for a younger audience to read, what with busy schedules and all. I don't want to give away every aspect and interesting detail of this series, because it is definitely a good one to dive into. Start the series and start it soon, because you will keep laughing and not want to stop.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Swankivy

    Ah, what can I even say as I return to reading these after a decade? I mean, they're hilarious and ridiculous, and Georgia seems that exact lovable mixture of confused, mean, and sexually frustrated. The language is funny, Georgia's frustration over having two boyfriends and not honestly knowing which guy she likes is pretty adorable, and the hijinks with Georgia's family are amusing. I'm a little irritated that so many of her mocking comments seem to be focused on old people being disgusting an Ah, what can I even say as I return to reading these after a decade? I mean, they're hilarious and ridiculous, and Georgia seems that exact lovable mixture of confused, mean, and sexually frustrated. The language is funny, Georgia's frustration over having two boyfriends and not honestly knowing which guy she likes is pretty adorable, and the hijinks with Georgia's family are amusing. I'm a little irritated that so many of her mocking comments seem to be focused on old people being disgusting and inherently embarrassing, or on people being mentally ill, or on people being fat (there's a LOT of fat shaming in this), but since she's something of an equal opportunity insulting jerk it's hard to be mad at her for any one issue. There's also the kind of annoying tendency for her to refer to girls being friendly with each other BUT NO NOT IN A LEZZIE WAY that makes me think the concept of being gay has not realistically occurred to her or her friends. I really can't relate to Georgia or any of her friends because I literally never felt that way or had a similar relationship with my family, but some of the desperation associated with being a teenager and not getting to do what you want was a little familiar. I laughed when Georgia was bathing and one of the boys she liked showed up at her house and she was absolutely desperate to get her hands on her makeup bag so she'd look pretty for the guy despite the unannounced visit. Also, I like Dave, and I know Georgia keeps writing him off as a potential boyfriend because they're just friends, but he's actually pretty sweet to her without being annoyingly perfect (like, he's gross and a horndog like her, so it's not like he's so pure and the obvious choice for her; they actually really are similar people and the situations they get into together are believable).

  28. 4 out of 5

    Alexa Vazquez

    ***Spoiler Alert*** Have you ever wanted to know how high school’s like? Well if you read Love Is A Many Trousered Thing you can see through the eyes of Georgia Nicolson. In this realistic fiction book you will see many events Georgia goes through like going on a camping trip to the middle of nowhere. In the story Georgia Nicolson is still in England hanging out with her friends and adding in the new drama of who she likes the best between Robbie, Masimo, and Dave. When she has her mind on o ***Spoiler Alert*** Have you ever wanted to know how high school’s like? Well if you read Love Is A Many Trousered Thing you can see through the eyes of Georgia Nicolson. In this realistic fiction book you will see many events Georgia goes through like going on a camping trip to the middle of nowhere. In the story Georgia Nicolson is still in England hanging out with her friends and adding in the new drama of who she likes the best between Robbie, Masimo, and Dave. When she has her mind on one of them she later changes her mind to one of the other boys. Georgia wanted to have all 3 of them because they all treat her so nice and care for her, but she knew she had to pick only one boy. So Georgia hangs out with all three of them separately. First she hung out with Robbie. Robbie took Georgia out to get a cup of coffee. Since he came back from New Zealand he has wanted to hang out with her but Georgia has been too busy. Georgia was so happy they went out to get some coffee because she would finally have a chance to see if he still likes her, but unfortunately they barely had the chance to talk. Just as Georgia asked what was happening between him and Lindsey. As she said that Lindsey came in the coffee shop. Georgia hated her and she hated Georgia. Lindsey would try to get the boys that Georgia liked to go out with her but they mostly liked Georgia. Also Lindsey would treat Georgia badly just because she was younger than her and because Georgia did hung out with the boys more than Lindsey did. I believe she does it out of jealousy and envy. So Lindsey saw that Robbie and Georgia were having coffee, so she walked over to them and started talking to Robbie. She only did that to get Georgia jealous. So now Lindsey left and then comes in someone else. Masimo and Robbie’s friend Dom come in the café and walks over to the table to talk to Robbie. Since Masimo likes Georgia, she felt bad to have him see her with Robbie. Later they sit at their own table and leave Georgia and Robbie alone. After they left Robbie and Georgia left to take a walk but they were still unable to talk. Then Georgia saw one of her friends, Ellen. After Ellen, Dave the laugh comes with his group of mates. Georgia found out the only reason Ellen was out late in the streets is because she was following Dave. Ellen is crazy about Dave and he’s all she every talks about. Even though Dave and Ellen dated for only a few minutes, just months ago. Finally they all left and Robbie took Georgia home and told her he would see her at the concert. A few days passed and Georgia was taking a bath when her dad came knocking on the door to tell her Masimo had came. She quickly got changed and left to see Masimo. They left the house and went to the backyard to talk. He asked Georgia if she was finally ready for her to be in a relationship with him. She said that she had to talk to Robbie first about. The main reason Masimo came was because he told Georgia if she decides to be his girlfriend he would like for her to visit him in Italy when he is gone for the month. Finally the day of the concert came and Georgia got dressed. She met her friends at the clock tower and left to the concert with them. After a few songs the band sat down at a table and talked. One of her friend’s boyfriend came and picked Georgia up on her feet and put swung her around and everyone could see her underwear. He finally put her down and when he did he put her on the table where Robbie and Masimo with the band were talking. She felt embarrassed and left to the bathroom. At the end Masimo told Georgia to meet him before he leaves that night. Also Robbie offered Georgia a ride home but Georgia was staying with her best friend, Jas at her house. After that Lindsey came and told Robbie to take her out. It mostly a demand so Robbie had no choice but to go with Lindsey. When Georgia got to Jas’s house she wanted for her to fall asleep to sneak out and meet Masimo. When she met up with him he took to his house and talked to her until he had to leave. A few days passed and Georgia began packing for her camping trip. She had finally all her stuff packed after all the time she has wasted. After that the phone rang and she answered it. It was Robbie and she agreed to meet him to talk. Robbie picked up Georgia and took her to the park where he first sang her a song he wrote just for her when they were together. He took her home and asked her what was wrong with her. She began to cry a waterfall because he left her months back because she was too young and he also was leaving to go to New Zealand. She told him she was happy with Masimo and that she really liked him. He cried a tear and told her he was leaving to go back to New Zealand because there was a girl who liked him back there. He left and Georgia was left sad for breaking his heart. At the end, the day of her camping trip came and she left to the bus at her school. When they got there it looked like it was in the middle of nowhere. She had trouble building up her tent that when she fell asleep with two of her other best friends the tent collapsed on her. She rebuilt it with the help of her friends. The next day at night they were getting ready to go to bed when a shadow came upon her tent. It was Dave, Tom, and the rest of the boy group. Georgia got her friends and went down to where their tent was and hung out with the boys. She and Dave left the tent and walked down by the river. She and he sat down and by her surprise Dave kissed Georgia. I was really not surprised when Georgia chose Masimo from the 3 boys. I knew she would choose him because she had been mostly trying to get Masimo as her boyfriend. But I thought she would’ve picked Robbie because he had come back from New Zealand and he was her first boyfriend. I agree with the author for having her end the story with Dave kissing Georgia because it added another conflict to the story for the next book. I liked how Georgia told Robbie that she liked Masimo instead. I liked that because most people wouldn’t tell the truth and also wouldn’t have the guts and bravery to tell the truth. Even if it did mean hurting some else’s feelings. I couldn’t understand why Robbie had to go back to New Zealand so fast. Did he have his family over? Or was he too sad that Georgia liked Masimo? Overall I give this story a 4 out 5 stars because I liked how the author has continuous conflicts. But I don’t like how the conflicts are sometimes so obvious. Also I didn't like that they had Robbie just leave back so quickly. If you like to read comedy with tons of drama, then this book is great for you.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Anthony

    Louise Rennison (2008) 'LUUURVE IS A MANY TROUSERED THING...' London. HarperCollins 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 5 out of 5 stars GoodReads.com write, "The original Sex God has re-landed, Masimo the Italian Stallion wants to be her boyfriend, and Dave the Laugh is still a regular snoggee. How will Georgia cope juggling all three boys of her dreams? Have her days on the rack of love really gone for good? Or will this just lead to confusionosity and merde? Laugh your knickers off at Georgia’s hilarious confessions – t Louise Rennison (2008) 'LUUURVE IS A MANY TROUSERED THING...' London. HarperCollins 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 5 out of 5 stars GoodReads.com write, "The original Sex God has re-landed, Masimo the Italian Stallion wants to be her boyfriend, and Dave the Laugh is still a regular snoggee. How will Georgia cope juggling all three boys of her dreams? Have her days on the rack of love really gone for good? Or will this just lead to confusionosity and merde? Laugh your knickers off at Georgia’s hilarious confessions – this brilliant new story is her funniest yet." Hilarious this one is! On a par with the funnies and actual LOLs of the first book in this (bloody excellent) series - when it comes to fictional characters, Georgia Nicolson is absolute quality and value for money - the self deprecating humour and the teenage angst slash histrionics slash melodrama is highly appealing and moreish! #LouiseRennison #LuuurveIsAManyTrouseredThing #LouiseRennisonLuuurveIsAManyTrouseredThing #GeorgiaNicolson #GeorgiaNicolsonConfessions

  30. 5 out of 5

    Alayna Josz

    this series was monumental in my adolescence! it changed my life and offered me so much solace as a tween and young teen. i loved sharing it with my friends, if i was the first to get it, i'd mark a few of the best passages and read them to my friend over the phone until she could borrow mine and read it. thank you louise rennison. at the time i was keeping diaries already for a few years, but these books definitely were the driving force behind continuing that practice into my teen years. about this series was monumental in my adolescence! it changed my life and offered me so much solace as a tween and young teen. i loved sharing it with my friends, if i was the first to get it, i'd mark a few of the best passages and read them to my friend over the phone until she could borrow mine and read it. thank you louise rennison. at the time i was keeping diaries already for a few years, but these books definitely were the driving force behind continuing that practice into my teen years. about to almost 16 or 17. i cherish those journals and my self reflection and sense of humor that i had back then, and i talked about these books a lot. so many things to love about these books, so many times i laughed out loud until i cried - it was a favorite of all the girls to read during silent reading time in english class and impossible not to crack up. so many horror stories and sweet moments. i'm not sure i could handle being 13 again, but i would 100% reread the series in a heartbeat, even at 31.

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