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Time to gird the loins and pucker up. Blimey O'Reilly's trousers! Three maybe-boyfriends is a lot for any girl to handle--red-bottomed or not. What with Robbie the Sex God back from Kiwi-a-gogo land wanting to "get coffee" and whatsit, Masimo the Luuurve God saying things like ""Ciao," Georgia, see you later" (the good see-you-later or the bad see-you-later ), and her mate Time to gird the loins and pucker up. Blimey O'Reilly's trousers! Three maybe-boyfriends is a lot for any girl to handle--red-bottomed or not. What with Robbie the Sex God back from Kiwi-a-gogo land wanting to "get coffee" and whatsit, Masimo the Luuurve God saying things like ""Ciao," Georgia, see you later" (the good see-you-later or the bad see-you-later ), and her mate Dave the Laugh snogging her in a pond, it's enough to make any girl mad. Good thing she has the ace gang to keep her sane. Ish. But now that she has tearfully eschewed Robbie the Sex God with a firm hand, Georgia is left with two potential snoggees to choose from, and it's high time she left the cakeshop of love for good. This time with a gorgey Italian cakey. Or a nip-libbling Dave the Tart. But certainly not both. Maybe.


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Time to gird the loins and pucker up. Blimey O'Reilly's trousers! Three maybe-boyfriends is a lot for any girl to handle--red-bottomed or not. What with Robbie the Sex God back from Kiwi-a-gogo land wanting to "get coffee" and whatsit, Masimo the Luuurve God saying things like ""Ciao," Georgia, see you later" (the good see-you-later or the bad see-you-later ), and her mate Time to gird the loins and pucker up. Blimey O'Reilly's trousers! Three maybe-boyfriends is a lot for any girl to handle--red-bottomed or not. What with Robbie the Sex God back from Kiwi-a-gogo land wanting to "get coffee" and whatsit, Masimo the Luuurve God saying things like ""Ciao," Georgia, see you later" (the good see-you-later or the bad see-you-later ), and her mate Dave the Laugh snogging her in a pond, it's enough to make any girl mad. Good thing she has the ace gang to keep her sane. Ish. But now that she has tearfully eschewed Robbie the Sex God with a firm hand, Georgia is left with two potential snoggees to choose from, and it's high time she left the cakeshop of love for good. This time with a gorgey Italian cakey. Or a nip-libbling Dave the Tart. But certainly not both. Maybe.

30 review for Stop in the Name of Pants!

  1. 4 out of 5

    Zoë

    4.5/5 or maybe even a 4.75/5

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tatiana

    I never seem to get tired of Georgia's diaries. I enjoyed this (9th!!!)book just as much as I did the first 8. Good improvement (in my opinion) is that we finally see Georgia show some maturosity for a change. And I am happy to see her realize that being gorgey porgey is not the only quality you need to look for in a good boyfriend. Can't wait for the next installment! I am on Team Dave the Laugh, of course.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    Stop in the name of Pants is the best in series. For the first time, I wasn't just turning the pages for the hilariosity, I was in it for the arc. Why? I'll tell you why, cause Gee is finally starting to realize that she is on the rack of lurve for Dave the Laugh, and who wouldn't be? I so wish I could have him for my very owny. After displaying yet another bought of red bottomosity with none other than Dave the Laugh, Gee is becoming a bit confused about her matey type mate. She is now the girl Stop in the name of Pants is the best in series. For the first time, I wasn't just turning the pages for the hilariosity, I was in it for the arc. Why? I'll tell you why, cause Gee is finally starting to realize that she is on the rack of lurve for Dave the Laugh, and who wouldn't be? I so wish I could have him for my very owny. After displaying yet another bought of red bottomosity with none other than Dave the Laugh, Gee is becoming a bit confused about her matey type mate. She is now the girl friend of a lurve God, so why does she keep thinking about Dave? To make matters worse, her mutti and vati are fighting, Jaz has given hunky the elastic band, and Wet Lindsey seems to have it out for her, more than usual, oo-er. Once again, Gee and her mad world had me laughing out loud, but unlike all the rest, I shed a few tears. But don't fret, Dave the Laugh steps in, and he along with Sven, Rosy, and the Bird of Avon restore things to their usual order, madness.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lara

    This book is 9th in the "Confessions of Georgia Nicolson" series, and it had me chuckling, snickering, laughing, and snorting out loud. Seriously - I cannot count how many times Rob said, "What's so funny?", only to have me reply, "Heh heh. This BOOK! It is so ridiculous! And Silly! I love it!" I'm not sure that this kind of humor appeals to everyone. And I'm not sure how I'd feel about it if I'd never read any of the others in the series (Yes, yes: I read the first four or five of these even bef This book is 9th in the "Confessions of Georgia Nicolson" series, and it had me chuckling, snickering, laughing, and snorting out loud. Seriously - I cannot count how many times Rob said, "What's so funny?", only to have me reply, "Heh heh. This BOOK! It is so ridiculous! And Silly! I love it!" I'm not sure that this kind of humor appeals to everyone. And I'm not sure how I'd feel about it if I'd never read any of the others in the series (Yes, yes: I read the first four or five of these even before I had aspirations of being a book reviewer/wannabe YA novelist. In fact, it is Georgia Nicolson who inspired me to start saying things like "gorgeosity" and "gorgey porgey". Which, out of context (and perhaps also in context) actually sounds kind of stupid. Hrm. Or "oo-er", as Georgia would say). I would probably think it was pretty random. However, I can say without doubt that this kind of humor appeals to ME. Georgia Nicolson is an English teenager who loves boys, makeup, her cat Angus, her little sister Libby, and the "Ace Gang" (her group of friends). She also loves making fun of her parents. So, basically, these books are pure fluff. But just TRY to tell me they aren't funny. TRY. Oh, Allah be praised!!! (Er, sorry about that, Baby Jesus. I don't know why I came over a bit Muslim then, but we are all in the same cosmic gang, after all. Clearly I have my favorite, which is Baby Jesus, but generally I am a fan of the whole caboodle. In case any of them are also omnipotent like Big G.) Still not convinced? Imagine Georgia in school, reading the prologue to Romeo & Juliet out loud in class. To give you a bit of background, in jolly England, apparently, "pants" is used instead of "panties" or "underwear", and Georgia and her ace gang find it hilarious to work the word "pants" into odd places (like singing The Hills Are Alive with the Sound of Pants and whatnot). It may sound dumb now, but I promise, you will giggle like a 15-year-old when you read it. Ergo: I said: "Two households both alike in dignity, in fair Verona (where we lay our scene). From ancient grudge break to" - (and I couldn't resist the comedy opportunity) - "From ancient grudge break to new nudity, Where civil pants makes civil pants unclean." Oh, we laughed. Still? Still not laughing? How about the idea of the German language being "comedy gold"? And the ace gang doing their "world-renowned Viking disco inferno dance"? And calling Italy "Pizza-a-Go-Go-Land"? No? Well, fine, then. I don't think we can be friends anymore. Louise Rennison, on the other hand? If you ever make it to Hamburger a-Go-Go Land, give me a call and we'll hang out in vino hairyarse. I think I luuuurve you.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Rachel Brand

    In my defense, I've started babysitting for my mum's best friend, who has five kids. The oldest is 14 and a major bookworm, so is constantly recommending books to me. A lot of the stuff she reads, I passed on to her - the Mediator and 1-800-WHERE-R-YOU series, and this one. So the other week, we were sitting in her room once all her brothers had gone to bed, and she started talking about the books that we'd both read. She said that she'd got the 9th Georgia Nicolson book from the library and tha In my defense, I've started babysitting for my mum's best friend, who has five kids. The oldest is 14 and a major bookworm, so is constantly recommending books to me. A lot of the stuff she reads, I passed on to her - the Mediator and 1-800-WHERE-R-YOU series, and this one. So the other week, we were sitting in her room once all her brothers had gone to bed, and she started talking about the books that we'd both read. She said that she'd got the 9th Georgia Nicolson book from the library and that I should read it. I recently - when ill and in need of some brain-candy - reread the 8th book (all 8 for £10 from The Book People!) and was very unimpressed with it. I felt that there was no character development or maturity, Georgia's slang-words were incredibly tiresome, and their mocking of German people was unjustified and, quite frankly, ignorant. Nevertheless, I ordered the book from the library and it arrived yesterday. I only ended up reading it because I was quite sick during the night, and needed to keep myself awake in case I needed to rush to the bathroom again. I know, lovely, huh? So I grabbed this off my shelf and started reading. There are so many things which I absolutely hated: 1. What on earth is Masimo doing with a 15-year-old girl? Aren't there laws against dating minors? 2. Georgia can never have a proper conversation with her boyfriend because she is incapable of using proper words. Okay, when me and my friends were 12, we made up a few words, but we rarely use them now, unless we're joking. Do teenagers really talk like this? If so, clearly the date on my birth certificate is wrong. 3. Georgia mocks Jas for spending time with her boyfriend doing things other than snogging. 4. The word "snog" is possibly the most vile and harsh word in the English language. You think "knutschen" sounds horrible? At least it sounds German. "Snog" does not sound English. It actually looks like a mixture between "snail" and "log." Wie romantisch! (How romantic!) And, do you know what? I've not heard the word "snog" used by a British teenager for at least five years. So clearly I'm not the only one who dislikes the word. 5. Wet Lindsay is a loser because she bakes her boyfriend cakes. Regardless of what her motives are, this shows that she cares about her boyfriend. Has Georgia ever given Masimo a present? 6. All of these rules about how to get a guy's attention. I don't quite understand why, if you like a guy, you should push him away from you in order to make him like you. One of my best friends is a bloke (a German one, too) and from my experience, men don't play games. They're honest. If they like you, they'll tell you. So if you act like you don't like them, and push them away, THEY'LL THINK YOU DON'T LIKE THEM. Whatever happened to honesty being the best policy? 7. The constant slagging of the German language. It was funny when they parodied the German teacher, because all the teachers in the school were caricatures. But now it's the entire German race. And Rennison hasn't even got her facts right. For one thing, the German teacher always says "ze" instead of "the." If he really was going to mispronounce "the" it would probably sound more like "t-ay" or "t-hay." I believe it is the stereoyptical Frenchman who would say "ze." So, really, Rennison should get facts right before she slags someone off. Besides - if you were going to be a modern languages teacher in a foreign country, you would not intermingle your language with theirs. We have two French women at our school who teach French, and they always speak in English. They might well have strong accents, but they never speak "pidgin English." Don't even get me started on the fact that Georgia slags off the German langauage purely because of the way it sounds. Any language sounds horrible if you pronounce it wrongly. Trust me, I live in a rough area in Scotland. The English language gets well and truly mangled. So don't slag off a language unless you can speak it properly. 8. Georgia complains that Masimo can't understand her when she speaks English, and asks why everyone in the world can't just speak English. Actually, a lot of people do speak English. I'm amazed at how bad Masimo's English is. I've done a crash course in German for one year and I'm more comprehendable than he is in my second language. I guess Rennison forgot to check up on Europeans and their English proficiency. 9. On the subject - is Sven Swedish? If so, then chances are he'd be fluent in English. The Swedes are well-known for their ability to speak excellent English. To the extent that they they are one of the few countries whose students don't have to sit an English-language exam before being admitted to St. Andrew's University. 10. What's with all the teenage nightclubs? I heard of one or two when I was Georgia's age, but they were in the centre of Edinburgh; a city, and only a few of the girls in my year ever went to them. (Even working-class parents in an ex-mining town are concerned about letting their kids go clubbing). 11. Sven is no longer eccentric - he is insane. I'm surprised no one is sending Rosie to a pyschologist. 12. Georgia slags Jas of for saying that Tom likes her natural. If a man pays attention to me when I'm wearing a short skirt and slathered in make-up, and ignores me when I'm not, then he isn't getting the time of day. 13. The whole Viking dance at the club, and everyone loving it? Um, LOL. Not going to happen. Unless they were wearing ridiculously short skirts. In any normal town, they'd be viewed as silly and immature. Unless Sven was DJ-ing for a bunch of twelve-year-olds? 14. Georgia expecting her mother to pay £500 for her to go to Italy. Plus, what kind of aeroplane is she taking? It costs under £180 to fly to and from Germany with British Airways, connecting in London. 15. Yes, everyone wears bikinis in Italy. Even in banks. And Rome is the pointy bit of Italy. Or is that Spain? This girl is so ignorant. 16. Georgia hangs out with Dave, even though his only subject of conversation seems to be her boobs. Maybe I was a weird fifteen-year-old, but any guy who made lewd comments was automatically branded a "perv" by me and my friends. 17. Oh no, we have to go to school and study! Does Georgia ever think about the future? I was so glad when Jas mentioned Uni. 18. Georgia and her friends only ever talk about boys, snogging boys, and dressing up for boys. I know that they're teenagers, but me and my friends had interests. This is just sad. 19. I have to agree with Georgia's teachers - it is not a good example for students to walk around in mini-skirts, all tarted up. A bunch of 13-year-olds at our school went through a phase of wearing ultra-mini-skirts a while back and it made it look like we were a training-school for prostitutes. 20. Again, agreeing with a teacher in this book - the word "pants" is not funny unless you are a five-year-old boy. I'd have Georgia permanently on detention if I were Miss Wilson. And all the rest of her friends. Miss W. must get no work done, poor woman. I could probably think of more reasons why I was so irritated by this book, but I have to go and work on my English dissertation. I'll probably read the next book as I'm hoping it'll be the final one in the series - Rennison is seriously milking these books now. But I've definitely outgrown Georgia Nicolson. Or rather, she hasn't grown up at all! 2/10

  6. 5 out of 5

    Brittany

    Another great installment in the Georgia Nicolson series. Unfortunately I only have one left to read! It's not that I don't like Masimo, he just isn't right for Georgia. They can't really have a conversation because of the language barrier. That also means he usually doesn't get any of her jokes and humor is something Georgia really values. Honestly I like him more, but I think Dave the Laugh is best for her. This one made me realize I really like Rosie; other than Georgia, she's probably my fav Another great installment in the Georgia Nicolson series. Unfortunately I only have one left to read! It's not that I don't like Masimo, he just isn't right for Georgia. They can't really have a conversation because of the language barrier. That also means he usually doesn't get any of her jokes and humor is something Georgia really values. Honestly I like him more, but I think Dave the Laugh is best for her. This one made me realize I really like Rosie; other than Georgia, she's probably my favorite of the Ace Gang. Also, how did the Ace Gang get together? How did Ellen get in there? This is probably the longest review I've written for a Georgia Nicolson book. They're not impactful or anything. They're just fun. I'm so sad I only have one more to read. I've given all the books 3 or 4 stars, but I really do love the series. Excited and sad to start the last one!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kristina Hoerner

    I'm not really sure why I keep reading these. I loved the first three or four, particularly "Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging". Georgia is your typical self-obsessed British teen and the book is a diary of her embarrassment over her parents, ways she tries to make her nose look smaller and all her crushes. My problem with the books as the series goes on is that there is no growth in the main character. I know she is 15 but I am tired of her obsession with herself and her need to focus all I'm not really sure why I keep reading these. I loved the first three or four, particularly "Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging". Georgia is your typical self-obsessed British teen and the book is a diary of her embarrassment over her parents, ways she tries to make her nose look smaller and all her crushes. My problem with the books as the series goes on is that there is no growth in the main character. I know she is 15 but I am tired of her obsession with herself and her need to focus all her friends on what she should wear when the Love God (her boyfriend) calls from Italy. I don't really find her Viking disco inferno dance funny any more. I think I will have to give these a pass in the future. I have outgrown Georgia, as I suppose I should have long ago.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Anna

    does this mean that georgia and dave will FINALLY GET TOGETHER??? onto book 10!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Anandi Puritipati

    She's aloney, all on her owney again, it seems xD

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kristin

    I love this series. I cannot help myself. Book 8 had me commenting perhaps Georgia's character was becoming a bit stale with all her red-bottomosity; Snap, Crackle, Pop! Rennison provides Georgia with some real character building moments in book 9 all relating to Angus - actually quite touching, in a shallow, self-absorbed, Georgia/Florence Nightingale sort of way! A great big Thank You to Ms. Rennison for these books that make me smile everytime. Itching to see the picture - yes, will probably I love this series. I cannot help myself. Book 8 had me commenting perhaps Georgia's character was becoming a bit stale with all her red-bottomosity; Snap, Crackle, Pop! Rennison provides Georgia with some real character building moments in book 9 all relating to Angus - actually quite touching, in a shallow, self-absorbed, Georgia/Florence Nightingale sort of way! A great big Thank You to Ms. Rennison for these books that make me smile everytime. Itching to see the picture - yes, will probably be the only person over twenty in the theatre! But, who cares - I will be there with my beret on!!!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Same old same old. Nothing to see here just move right on along. There was so little development in this book. Nothing of consequence happened. The jokes were tired and annoying. I just want something dramatic to happen instead of reading about the same old nonsense. 9 books is pushing it for me. I love the GN series but really...it's time to shake these books up before all the charm from the first few wears completely off.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kait

    What did I learn from this book? I learned the snogging scale in German, that Masimo is even worse at English than I thought, and that I am far FAR too attached to fictional cats. This is another spot-on installment about Georgia Nicholson. I laughed a lot in this book, and I might have even cried a little. But it was still incredibly over the top, and reminds me of being a teenager. Good times!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Louisa with an A

    Finally Georgia is realising that she belongs with Dave the Laugh! It was a surprising read because there was more interaction with her friends not just Jas and Rosie (though Rosie is the best). Masimo still grinds my gears because he's so eh. There wasn't as much Robbie as I would have liked but it sort of helped the story along. I can't believe only one more book and I will have finished the series!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Alexa Vazquez

    Have you ever wanted to hear tons of drama and gossip? Well in the story Stop In The Name Of Pants by Louise Rennison there’s a lot of drama from family problems to boyfriend problems to even cat problems! In this realistic fiction story there’s a lot of gossip involved. In the story Georgia Nicolson is now out of school and is enjoying summer vacation. She’s spending her time with her family and friends in England. Even though she has chosen Masimo to be her official boyfriend, he has gone to s Have you ever wanted to hear tons of drama and gossip? Well in the story Stop In The Name Of Pants by Louise Rennison there’s a lot of drama from family problems to boyfriend problems to even cat problems! In this realistic fiction story there’s a lot of gossip involved. In the story Georgia Nicolson is now out of school and is enjoying summer vacation. She’s spending her time with her family and friends in England. Even though she has chosen Masimo to be her official boyfriend, he has gone to spend the holiday with his family in Rome, Italy. Even though he has invited Georgia to come with him, she can’t because of her family. Even though she tries to convince her family, they won’t give in. She asked her mom but she tricked Georgia. She tricked her by telling her if she ironed all the clothes in her little sister’s (Libby) room. After that Georgia asked for the $500 her mom was supposedly was going to give her for her trip for Rome. Instead she gave her nothing and told her she wasn’t even going to go to the trip. Georgia had lost all hope in going to Rome after her parents had said no for the millionth time. Georgia as any other teenager went out with her friends to hang out. They have this silly little type of dance that is just the weirdest thing ever. Since Georgia had Masimo as a boyfriend and he’s in Rome, she had no one to impress. She and her gang got to the place. Georgia’s head felt like it was about to explode with all the girls asking if she has seen they boys they like every 5 minutes. It was getting annoying until one of the girls suggested that they should do their dance for the people hanging out at the place. They did they’re dance and surprisingly it was a success. The crowd went wild and wanted to watch more. They did more of their other dances they had and it was tiring for them. When they finished they got down and saw that a group of boys that are super annoying and don’t know how to act. One of them said something to one of the girls and her boyfriend heard and well of course like any other boy became protective and angry. He charged to him and told him to leave them alone. As they were going to pick a fight, the girls noticed it was 1 against a few others. As soon as they were going to start they group of boys the girls were waiting for came in. It was Tom, Dave the Laugh and a few others that they liked. The group of boy clashed together and went outside. No one knew if they fought or didn’t, soon you could hear sirens of police cars to take the group of annoying boys away from there. No they didn’t go to jail, but they just told them to leave as well as the rest of the people who were involved. As they all left, Georgia stayed at her friend Jas’s home to sleep over. Finally only a few more days until school starts again and they all decided at hanging out at her friend’s home as a sleepover. They were having fun and everything until her friend’s mom got a call from Georgia’s mom. As Georgia took the phone call she started talking to her mom. Her mom was pouring in tears and Georgia was becoming worried. As her mom explained what had happened, Georgia’s world turned completely upside down. She bursted in tears wishing she had never heard the words come out of her mom’s mouth. Her cat Angus was run over and he was on the verge of dying. She didn’t know what to think. She didn’t even know if she was thinking. She stood up and went back home. She got home and saw her mom crying. She walked over to her mom and asked where he was. She pointed to the couch and Georgia saw something wrapped in a blanket. She got closer and looked in. She saw her best friend that was with her for years. He was everything to her, even though he was a cat, he was much more than that to her. She touched his nose and heard a little noise. She was thrilled to know that he was still alive but her mother said that the vet was coming and said the way he was describe, it sounded like he was in a really bad state of health. Once the vet came he took, Angus (the cat) to the vet clinic and said that it would be better if he was put to sleep. Georgia argued and fought to keep her cat alive at whatever cost. She couldn’t lose the only thing that kept her happy. The vet did whatever he did and took him to surgery. The next day she walked into the vet and saw that he was still in the same position he was when she left him, but she didn’t lose hope. She left him to rest and stayed home worried. She wanted to take her mind off of things, so she went out to the park with her gang and sat watching the boys play soccer. Robbie came with Lindsey and it looked like they were together. He was about to tell Georgia something when Lindsey told him to get her a soda. No one was around them because the girls were talking to the boys while they took a break. Lindsey came up to her and told her to stay away from him and to not ruin her chance of her and Robbie. Lindsey left and Georgia decided to go home since she wasn’t feeling her best because of her cat. She passed Dave the laugh and his girlfriend Emma. Emma asked what was wrong and Georgia just explained and went home. Later that night her sister, Libby came and fell asleep in her bed. She later asked what happened to the big cat because she didn’t see him. Georgia said he was sleeping somewhere. Libby got up and said to go and get him, but Georgia convinced her that they would get her in the morning. The next day they were able to take him home and during the days he has actually has gotten better. Finally school started and everything was going the same, classes, teachers being bossy, and girls thinking there better than the rest. Finally 2 days after Masimo came back and he and Georgia were happy to be back together. Soon they went to a place with the gang. They were having fun and everything when Dave showed up. He started hanging out with her when Masimo came. He told Georgia he wanted to talk. Dave said something to him and they ended up outside on the verge of a fight. Georgia didn’t know what to think, she had to stop this. She went in between them both and told them to stop. Dave left, and then Masimo left. Georgia was left alone to think once again. I was surprised when Masimo got a bit mad with Georgia at the end because he seems like a really nice guy. I wonder why he did get mad because the story kind of cut it off their leaving him mad at Georgia. My favorite part was when Dave and Masimo were about to fight. I was kind of hoping they would so there could be some action in the ending. Also the way the author left Georgia all alone to think about what had just happened made me angry because I really want to know why they were made at her. I was sad when her cat was almost dying. The way the author spent time to make that one part was worth it. If the author’s purpose was to make the reader cry at that part she would have been successful because it was a very sad part to read. If I were the author I would have had the cat be almost dying at the end to create that suspense for the next story. I would have left at her hearing the news and the phone call ending. In conclusion, this was a very good story to read. I would give this book 4 out of 5 because I thought the author could’ve ended the story better. She could’ve ended it with the boys so close to fighting and leave it at that. If you like to read about drama and like to her gossip, then Stop In the name Of Pants is the book for you.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lauren Wallace

    "Perhaps this is God's little way of saying, "she who lives by the red bottom, gets to lie in a rubber ring." (23)" This book had some great laughs, however I found the book a bit lacking. I enjoyed the main plot point, however there was a lot of wasted time with fillers. I thought that it had a lead up to the last book of the series. This book was a quick read, as I read it in about 2 hours! I would recommend it to anyone into teen rom-coms!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Tori

    2.5? Drama for the sake of drama, but at least some nice moments. I am bored of Georgia, even though I am living the grown-up version of her life.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ines Dias

    I once more laughed my pants off!!!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Zahra

    Her pastry metaphors on her love life take the cake! Dave the Tart?! Oh lord spare me

  19. 5 out of 5

    Marama Carmichael Kishimoto

    Come on just get it together with Dave the laugh!! We all know you will in the end.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Gillian Kevern

    I can't remember the last time I marathon read a series like this. I seriously finished this book and immediately reached for the next.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Louise

    This one gets an extra star because Georgia showed some vulnerability with Angus. Otherwise she is a vile ignoramus and I'm glad there's only one of these left.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Girard

    2.5 Wow I'm almost at the end ! I was very sad of a part of this book. It reminded me some things I went through. I hope the last book is worth all the annoyance I felt at times for Georgia.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Emily✨

    literally almost five stars. never thought I'd be sobbing (in sadness, not hilariosity) reading a Georgia book 😅

  24. 5 out of 5

    Nadina

    More trouble for Georgia in this edition of her diaries. Dave is definitely my favorite character in this series. This book is as hilarious as the rest of the series. Just a great series all around.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Nelle

    fisticuffs at dawn...yesssss

  26. 4 out of 5

    Pauline Borgeaud

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Only one to go, and as it is a reread, I realise now how logic it all is between Gee and Dave the L. I don't know hoe come I hadn't noticed the first time I read this series. Probably most hilarious moment in this book : [..] "I displayed magnanimosity, which isn't something everyone can say. But I did it because I luuuurve you. A LOT." "Ok, don't go on." "You are not ashamed of our luuuurve, are you, Jas ?" "Look, shut up. People might hear." "What do you mean, the people who live in the telephone ?" Only one to go, and as it is a reread, I realise now how logic it all is between Gee and Dave the L. I don't know hoe come I hadn't noticed the first time I read this series. Probably most hilarious moment in this book : [..] "I displayed magnanimosity, which isn't something everyone can say. But I did it because I luuuurve you. A LOT." "Ok, don't go on." "You are not ashamed of our luuuurve, are you, Jas ?" "Look, shut up. People might hear." "What do you mean, the people who live in the telephone ?" [..] H'ahahaha. I also cried, a lot, when Gee hears about Angus being run over. The description of what Gee feels are just terribly awful, and just hit me straight in the face. Which was not what I wanted as I was at work (Sorry, Sam H'aha). But when it comes to animals, I just cannot. I just couldn't stop my tears, so I just stopped reading as I was not in the best place for demonstration of my tears running wild and free. Oh well.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Christina

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Our cheeky Fraulein Georgia is back! Georgia quite literally hates her mum and dad, who won't give her 500 squids to visit Masimo in Pizza a-gogo land. While Masimo is away, Georgia finds herself back in the sobbing suite at Heartbreak Hotel when Angus is involved in a hit and run. Her mates all have boy friends and Dave the Laugh is still hanging about, blaming Georgia for trying to get off with him and accusing Masimo of being gay with his blue leather coat and handbag. Sign me up for the Dave Our cheeky Fraulein Georgia is back! Georgia quite literally hates her mum and dad, who won't give her 500 squids to visit Masimo in Pizza a-gogo land. While Masimo is away, Georgia finds herself back in the sobbing suite at Heartbreak Hotel when Angus is involved in a hit and run. Her mates all have boy friends and Dave the Laugh is still hanging about, blaming Georgia for trying to get off with him and accusing Masimo of being gay with his blue leather coat and handbag. Sign me up for the Dave the Laugh fan club! Masimo, how you say, is obviously not the one for Georgia. I really hope Georgia ends up with Dave in the last book!! Dear Gott in Himmel, I will miss this series dearly once it's over.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ellen

    My mistake. I see that there were eight previous volumes leading up to the first chapter of "how clever I am" expostulation by the adolescent diarist. If I had started with volume 1, I might have been able to acclimate myself to the cuteness level. At age 57 I am at least 45 years too old to be enchanted by anyone as full of herself as Georgia. I abandoned the attempt to read this book midway through the first chapter, with fond thoughts of fellow diarists Bridget Jones and Princess Mia, who des My mistake. I see that there were eight previous volumes leading up to the first chapter of "how clever I am" expostulation by the adolescent diarist. If I had started with volume 1, I might have been able to acclimate myself to the cuteness level. At age 57 I am at least 45 years too old to be enchanted by anyone as full of herself as Georgia. I abandoned the attempt to read this book midway through the first chapter, with fond thoughts of fellow diarists Bridget Jones and Princess Mia, who despite their insecurities, manage to come off as people from whom you wouldn't want to duck into the ladies room to avoid.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    Another entry in the “Confessions of Georgia Nicolson” series finds our heroine attempting to decide between Masimo (the Luuurve God) and Dave the Laugh. Who would make the better boyfriend? As usual, lots of British-isms fill the pages (see the handy glossary at the end of the book) and as many (or possibly more) Georgia-isms are included. In fact there is so much “luuurve” and “vair, vair” and “bum-oley” going on that it gets rather annoying at times. However, Georgia has her fans and this ins Another entry in the “Confessions of Georgia Nicolson” series finds our heroine attempting to decide between Masimo (the Luuurve God) and Dave the Laugh. Who would make the better boyfriend? As usual, lots of British-isms fill the pages (see the handy glossary at the end of the book) and as many (or possibly more) Georgia-isms are included. In fact there is so much “luuurve” and “vair, vair” and “bum-oley” going on that it gets rather annoying at times. However, Georgia has her fans and this installment is sure to please, it just didn't please me.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Marija

    Oh the drama! Poor, poor Angus! I was so immersed in the story that I felt Georgia’s reaction. Oh! The preparations for the Rom and Jul play are great—I have a feeling that it’s going to be a better production than Macuseless. Rosie and her version of the Nurse—with a beard—is priceless: “I am getting in character, Miss Wilson. This is an Elizabethan beard, specially knitted by some old bloke in tights many moons ago.” So wacky! ;) And yes! There’s a potential duel! Side note: The Knutschen scale Oh the drama! Poor, poor Angus! I was so immersed in the story that I felt Georgia’s reaction. Oh! The preparations for the Rom and Jul play are great—I have a feeling that it’s going to be a better production than Macuseless. Rosie and her version of the Nurse—with a beard—is priceless: “I am getting in character, Miss Wilson. This is an Elizabethan beard, specially knitted by some old bloke in tights many moons ago.” So wacky! ;) And yes! There’s a potential duel! Side note: The Knutschen scale is great.

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