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Since Georgia's been dating the yummy scrumboes Sex God, Robbie, her glossy lips are always at the ready, and her "red-bottomosity" is kept under wraps. Along with Naomi the Sex Kitten's new litter (thank you, Angus), Robbie's announcement that his band will be traveling to Hamburger-a-gogo land (Georgia can only hope to go with), and a class trip to France, Georgia is one Since Georgia's been dating the yummy scrumboes Sex God, Robbie, her glossy lips are always at the ready, and her "red-bottomosity" is kept under wraps. Along with Naomi the Sex Kitten's new litter (thank you, Angus), Robbie's announcement that his band will be traveling to Hamburger-a-gogo land (Georgia can only hope to go with), and a class trip to France, Georgia is one camper in a state of teenage splendiosity. The small trouble is, Georgia also wonders if Dave the Laugh might still be the guy for her, and when Robbie gives a surprise-ending twist to his travel plans, she gets a "weird feeling of reliefosity" that makes her wonder if she must venture out and bravely use her "red bottom wisely." Another first-rate entry in the diary tales of Georgia, Nuddy-Pants will keep fans panting for more. While Rennison hasn't provided any earth-shattering events in her heroine's life, this book shows Georgia's true nuddy-pants personality to be just as funny as ever. With plenty of juicy hints at what's to come, this laugh-out-loud read is one not to miss. Shana Taylor


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Since Georgia's been dating the yummy scrumboes Sex God, Robbie, her glossy lips are always at the ready, and her "red-bottomosity" is kept under wraps. Along with Naomi the Sex Kitten's new litter (thank you, Angus), Robbie's announcement that his band will be traveling to Hamburger-a-gogo land (Georgia can only hope to go with), and a class trip to France, Georgia is one Since Georgia's been dating the yummy scrumboes Sex God, Robbie, her glossy lips are always at the ready, and her "red-bottomosity" is kept under wraps. Along with Naomi the Sex Kitten's new litter (thank you, Angus), Robbie's announcement that his band will be traveling to Hamburger-a-gogo land (Georgia can only hope to go with), and a class trip to France, Georgia is one camper in a state of teenage splendiosity. The small trouble is, Georgia also wonders if Dave the Laugh might still be the guy for her, and when Robbie gives a surprise-ending twist to his travel plans, she gets a "weird feeling of reliefosity" that makes her wonder if she must venture out and bravely use her "red bottom wisely." Another first-rate entry in the diary tales of Georgia, Nuddy-Pants will keep fans panting for more. While Rennison hasn't provided any earth-shattering events in her heroine's life, this book shows Georgia's true nuddy-pants personality to be just as funny as ever. With plenty of juicy hints at what's to come, this laugh-out-loud read is one not to miss. Shana Taylor

30 review for Dancing in My Nuddy-Pants

  1. 5 out of 5

    Beth

    I really have got the Cosmic Horn badly...

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ally

    What Type of Horn Do You Have? Listen up chums and pals! Here is a test to determine what type of Horn you have. If you don't understand what I am saying, then you are le stupid and must read these books as soon as possible. Leave your results in the comments section! 1. You have a boyfriend who you have been seeing for a while now. Things are getting more serious. One night you go to the bar and see a cute guy. You think: a. Id like to snog him to within an inch of my life b. Hes cute, I do fancy What Type of ‘Horn’ Do You Have? Listen up chums and pals! Here is a test to determine what type of Horn you have. If you don't understand what I am saying, then you are le stupid and must read these books as soon as possible. Leave your results in the comments section! 1. You have a boyfriend who you have been seeing for a while now. Things are getting more serious. One night you go to the bar and see a cute guy. You think: a. I’d like to snog him to within an inch of my life b. He’s cute, I do fancy him, but I’m already snogging a Sex God c. What cute guy? I have eyes only for the Sex God 2. You are still with said boyfriend (the Sex God), when you see your mate walking around with a cute guy you snogged back in the day. They’re holding hands. You think: a. I’m pretty jealous because he is an ex-snogee and also a particularly good nip libbler b. Hm, he’s pretty groovy and the cat’s pajamas. So are his dishy mates. BUT I AM THE GIRLFRIEND OF A SEX GOD. c. Who even notices that? I’ve never snogged anyone aside from my boyfriend. 3. One of your best friends has started seeing your ex-snogee. You notice that he doesn’t give her a quick kiss when he meets up with her. You: a. Vindictively think that he obviously doesn’t like her and think about how he’s quite groovy looking b. Think it’s weird, but, HELLO, you’re dating a Sex God c. Oh, sorry, I was too wrapped up with Hunky, what did you ask again? 4. Your friend is dumped by her new fling only weeks after they became snogging partners. You: a. Think about how they didn’t work well together anyway and avoid even talking about the subject manner because you’re suddenly feeling guilty b. Feel badly, and think that he’s kind of cute, but you’re still dating a Sex God c. Comfort her and give her a Jammy Dodger to make her feel better If you answered MOSTLY As, then you have THE COSMIC HORN You, like Georgia, cannot get a hold on your red-bottomosity. You accidentally snog your friends’ boyfriends at fish parties, and cannot seem to control the puckerability of your lips. You see all boys as potential snogging partners (well, accepting cases like Spotty Norman and Mark Big Gob). Sometimes, you can’t even differentiate between inanimate objects, cats, and boys, such is your way of fancying everything in the universe. If you answered MOSTLY Bs, then you may have the GENERAL HORN Again, like Georgia you fancy loads of people. To differentiate from the Cosmic Horn, you don’t necessarily act on your urges. You may or may not flaunt your red bottomosity and snog your friends’ boyfriends, but you are not yet to the point where you would fancy everything in the universe. If you answered MOSTLY Cs, then you have the SPECIFIC HORN Like those with huge knockers and annoying fringes, you fancy only one person. Like Jas and Hunky, you have no desire whatsoever to snog another. And think your best mate, who has a touch of the red bottomosity about her, is awful for accidentally snogging her friend’s boyfriend.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Katie.dorny

    This series continues to be as ridiculous and funny as ever. Also Im glad our girl has got rid of Robbie. No regrets. This series continues to be as ridiculous and funny as ever. Also I’m glad our girl has got rid of Robbie. No regrets.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ellis

    Disclaimer: the following conversation was translated from Dutch by TVoR as a courtesy to the internet. So the other day I was having dinner with my family and, naturally, this conversation happened: Brother: We should beat X. (X is my father. We call him by his first name but he's very paranoid about the internet finding out all about him. Therefore, he's named X, as only the most secret of identities deserve to be called.) The Voice of Reason: Sure. Brother: 'Till he dies. Sister: Yes. Then I can Disclaimer: the following conversation was translated from Dutch by TVoR as a courtesy to the internet. So the other day I was having dinner with my family and, naturally, this conversation happened: Brother: We should beat X. (X is my father. We call him by his first name but he's very paranoid about the internet finding out all about him. Therefore, he's named X, as only the most secret of identities deserve to be called.) The Voice of Reason: Sure. Brother: 'Till he dies. Sister: Yes. Then I can put his picture on my mantelpiece next to my scented candles. The Voice of Reason: You can do that now, too. Sister: It's not the same. He has to die for the full effect. The Voice of Reason: True. *X clears throat* The Voice of Reason: What? X: I don't want a Church funeral. The Voice of Reason: By the way, they will never let you have candles in your room. Sister: Sure they will. X: No candles in the rooms. If you have to burn something, do it while we're watching. Sister: Losers. Sister: STOP BREATHING. IT'S ANNOYING. This is a fairly standard conversation for us. Add to that the fact that my father is being a real Vati right now, and it might seem that Georgia and I have some things in common. Therefore, I've appointed myself as Georgia Nicolson's life coach. It's an honour, really First I have to deal with her luuuuuurve life. I thought it was time to make a pro/con list about the main boys she's been involved with (thus not counting Mark Big Gob, Whelk Boy, Isaac the Premature and Incest James). This is an objective score board: I forgot to mention it, but Cecile and I have agreed that this is what DTL approximately looks like: Quite dishy, isn't he? More Georgia issues will be dealt with in the future. I do have one question, though: How come Jazzy Knickers is Georgia's bestest pal instead of Rosie? It does not make sense, I tell you.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Gina

    3.5 stars as always! Good grief, Georgia is such a bad friend tbh. SO inconsiderate and selfish actually, but she is so funny I find myself laughing out loud multiple times by things she says. So eventhough she annoys me, she also amuses me. This series reaaaally is an easy-to-read, fast paced series. It's perfect for when you don't know what to read and just want something quick and light.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Rayene Ziadi

    full of hilariosity as always, my ship had saiiiiiiiiiiiled!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Tatiana

    As always, a great pick-me up during a hormonally challenging week. Friday, January 21st (in Paris) 9:00 pm Gorgey Henri has let the ace gang be in the same room together! How fab is he? Usually we get split in class, but the six of us are back together again. Yes!!! Les girls have arrived. It's a really groovy room as well. I have a bed by the window. I lay down on it and said, "Aaahhh, this is the sort of life I will be leading from now on." Rosie said, "What? Sharing a room with five other women? As always, a great pick-me up during a hormonally challenging week. Friday, January 21st (in Paris) 9:00 pm Gorgey Henri has let the ace gang be in the same room together! How fab is he? Usually we get split in class, but the six of us are back together again. Yes!!! Les girls have arrived. It's a really groovy room as well. I have a bed by the window. I lay down on it and said, "Aaahhh, this is the sort of life I will be leading from now on." Rosie said, "What? Sharing a room with five other women? Are you setting up a lezzie farm?" I had to duff her rather savagely over the head with my pillow... Ellen tried to sneak a book under her pillow, but I saw it. "What's that?" I asked. "Oh, it's just a bit of homework I brought with me." Rosie fished it out and read out the title. "It's called Black Lace Shoulder, a story of passion on the high seas." Now we know what sort of homework she is doing: snogging research. It was a semi-naughty book. I flicked through it and found a bit to read to the rest of the gang. "'He captivated women with his fierce, proud face, his lean, well-exercised body and his aura of sexuality, wild as that of a stallion.'" Rosie said, "That's like Sven." Jas said, "What, he's like a stallion?" "Yes." "Quel number have you got up to now with le stallion in loons on the scoring system?" I asked. "Eight." Upper-body fondling indoors. All of our eyes drifted towards Rosie's basoomas, which, it has to be said, are not gigantic. Ellen said, "Is it, does it... I mean, are your, erm, nungas... getting bigger?" Rosie looked down the front of her T-shirt. "I think they are a bit. Not as much as Georgia's, though." Oh no, here we go. I thought my nunga-nunga holder had stopped this sort of talk. To change the subject I said to Ellen, "What number have you got up to with Dave?" She went all red. "Oh, well, you know, he's like really good, well, kisser." Yes, as it happens, I do know that he's a really good kisser. Rosie was all interested now. "Has he touched anything?" Ellen was about to explode from redness. "Well, he stroked my hair." We haven't even bothered to put hair-stroking on our snogging scale. If we had, it would have been minus one."

  8. 5 out of 5

    Nikki

    This series is fun, but this one wasn't as laugh out loud funny as the others. Georgia is a terrible person, but really embarrassing things happen to her constantly, so I am here for it.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Marija

    Ooh hoo! I think this book is my favorite in the series. The imagery is absolutely wonderful. Msieur Call Me Henri, the French student teacher. Libbys fwend Mr. Cheesea bit of old Edam in a hat. I wonder if Terry Pratchett borrowed from the idea when he created Horace, the Lancre Blue cheese, thief and troublemaker that sports the Nac Mac Feegle clan tartan skirt. ;) The image of Angus driving the Prat Poodles crazy on the fence, raising his paw slightly higher and higher then tapp[ing Georgias] Ooh hoo! I think this book is my favorite in the series. The imagery is absolutely wonderful. M’sieur Call Me Henri, the French student teacher. Libby’s “fwend” Mr. Cheese—“a bit of old Edam in a hat.” I wonder if Terry Pratchett borrowed from the idea when he created Horace, the Lancre Blue cheese, thief and troublemaker that sports the Nac Mac Feegle clan tartan skirt. ;) The image of Angus driving the Prat Poodles crazy on the fence, “raising his paw slightly higher and higher” then “tapp[ing Georgia’s] head with a paw” as she walks by. I love it! So cute! Favorite moments/lines: “We set off with Gorgey Henri for the Eiffel Tower. I was singing ‘Fallink in luff again, never vanted to…’ until Rosie pointed out that Marlene Dietrich sang that and she was by no means a French person.” “notre dame 4:00 p.m. Very gothic. No sign of hunchbacks, though. So… with a marvelous display of imaginosity… the ace gang got into their hunchback gear (haversacks under coats)…shuffling around and yelling, ‘The bells, the bells.”

  10. 4 out of 5

    Anna

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This was all good fun, but didn't really advance the plot a whole lot. It's too bad Robbie's leaving for New Zealand but that means that Dave the Laugh will get his chance to shine! And everything will be fantastic, except P Green will still be nauseating. At least the Bummer twins are in deep shit for stealing. I'm gonna miss Sven until he comes back from whichever Nordic country he belongs to.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sofia

    I rate almost every book in Confessions of Georgia Nicolson series 3 stars but, believe me, those are 3 good stars. I freaking love this series.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Girard

    It wasn't too bad but nothing really happened in this one.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Char (lunarchar_)

    Not my favourite of the series but still not one to skip!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jory

    Don't get me wrong, I love these books, but it seems like the same things happen to Georgia over and over again. She's still dating the Sex God, but then Dave the Laugh comes along and snogs her and shes as confused as ever. And this seems to be happening like, once every month. And then Dave starts dating Georgia's friend Ellen, and she starts getting all jealous. FOR GOD SAKES WOMAN, IF YOU WANT TO BE WITH DAVE, JUST DUMP THE SEX GOD ALREADY. I'm most definitely glad that Robbie (the Sex God, Don't get me wrong, I love these books, but it seems like the same things happen to Georgia over and over again. She's still dating the Sex God, but then Dave the Laugh comes along and snogs her and shes as confused as ever. And this seems to be happening like, once every month. And then Dave starts dating Georgia's friend Ellen, and she starts getting all jealous. FOR GOD SAKES WOMAN, IF YOU WANT TO BE WITH DAVE, JUST DUMP THE SEX GOD ALREADY. I'm most definitely glad that Robbie (the Sex God, obviously) told her that he was leaving and going to New Zealand for a year. I love her, but Georgia, guuuurl, you need to put that red bottomosity to rest and figure out the whole boy situation. This book was definitely full of hilariosity. I especially loved the obsession her and the Ace Gang had (or still have, considering he's still there in the books) on the new French teacher. And the trip to Paris was downright hilarious as well. It would be like a Paris street performer to pretend that they are juggling someone's breasts. Speaking of breasts, Georgia is me when I was her age. I was blessed (NOT) at the ripe age of 13 with HUGE nunga-nungas. I did not want them. I still have them. Ugh. I think I have the General Horn for these books. I cannot put them down. Such guilty pleasure novels, these are. And I love every minute of them.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Gabby

    YAY! My first reread using the reread feature on Goodreads!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Tsippora

    Even though I skipped from the first book to the fourth I had no trouble following the story (that's the beauty of these funny and light books) and of coarse I enjoyed it very much.

  17. 4 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.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Colourinne

    I started to get bored and didnt have much of a laugh. I started to get bored and didn’t have much of a laugh.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Evangeline

    3 stars! As usual Georgia is super funny! I definitely needed a good nostalgic read today!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Dinnu Reads Books

    Georgia is still a crazy teenager with 0 concience and weirdly witty take on life. Utterly british and amusing! 😜

  21. 4 out of 5

    Fay

    Did anything happen? Not really. Was it funny? Yes.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Robyn

    "Trouser snake addendums" is the funniest name for testicles ever. (Get your mind out of the gutter, this is a kids' book, it's in reference to a cat getting neutered.)

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly

    These books are so much fun!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    4 Stars! I can't believe the poo-osity of my life! I cannot help but laugh even more and more with each book I read of this series. For real, I did laugh more in this book than the last one and so on. But, even though it was funny, I don't quite love the books. They make me laugh, but it has so many ploy twists that sometimes confused me. Everyone is so obsessed with themselves nowadays that they have no time for me. This time around, Georgia is having much doubts and I kind of did not like all the 4 Stars! “I can't believe the poo-osity of my life!” I cannot help but laugh even more and more with each book I read of this series. For real, I did laugh more in this book than the last one and so on. But, even though it was funny, I don't quite love the books. They make me laugh, but it has so many ploy twists that sometimes confused me. “Everyone is so obsessed with themselves nowadays that they have no time for me.” This time around, Georgia is having much doubts and I kind of did not like all the doubts she had, but thats the teenage life. She is still the girlfriend of Robbie, aka the Sex God (SG), but some lad called Dave the Laugh is giving her doubts. Her red bottomosity is rampant doing whatever it wants and its gonna affect Georgia. Plus we are introduced a new set of words too, hahaha. Robbie is between going to Hamberger-a-gogoland or not. Ellen is rating Dave the Laugh (which makes Georgia a little uncomfortable). The gang travel to la gay Paree as a school trip and there they have a laugh. “Oh no. I've just accidently paid a visit to the cakeshop of love. I haven't put back my Italian cakey, but I have accidentally picked up a Dave the Tart.” This book was certainly a trip, because too many things happened and I'm still a little shocked of the outcome. I love how Georgia talks and how much she combines all the languages she partially know. On the other part, Angus (the cat) is a father! Naomi, the she cat of Mr. & Mrs. Across the Road was pregnant but no one knew who was the father until she gave birth and little Anguses came to life. Hilarious! “Jassie, guess what I'm dancing in!' 'I don't know, a bowl?' 'Non...I am DANCING IN MY NUDDY-PANTS!!!' And we both laughed like loons on loon tablets. I danced for ages round the house in my nuddy-pants. Also, I did this brilliant thing-I danced in the front window just for a second whilst Mr. Across the Road was drawing his curtains. He will never be sure if he saw a mirage or not. That is the kind of person I am. Not really the kind of person who goes and raises elks in Whakatane.” I'm, obviously, going to read all these books and if you want to have a laugh you should too. “He who laughs last laughs the laughiest.”

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kat

    Another laugh-out-loud book from the Georgia Nicolson series by Louise Rennison, Dancing in My Nuddy-Pants! follows Georgia as she balances being the girlfriend of a pop-star sex god and maintaining a purely platonic relationship with Dave the Laugh, who's now dating her friend Ellen. In this book, Georgia and her friends take a class trip to Paris with gorgeous teacher Henri. Georgia hopes that her parents allowing her to take this trip means they will let her to go America (aka Another laugh-out-loud book from the Georgia Nicolson series by Louise Rennison, Dancing in My Nuddy-Pants! follows Georgia as she balances being the girlfriend of a pop-star sex god and maintaining a purely platonic relationship with Dave the Laugh, who's now dating her friend Ellen. In this book, Georgia and her friends take a class trip to Paris with gorgeous teacher Henri. Georgia hopes that her parents allowing her to take this trip means they will let her to go America (aka "hamburger-a-go-go land") with her boyfriend and his band. You'd think Georgia has a charmed life. She's dating a sex god, she goes to his gigs and band practices. But Robbie is rarely around, and she finds herself bored and longing for the company of a good laugh (like Dave). Even though she's got the boyfriend of her dreams, Georgia can't help but find her lips attached to Dave the Laugh's...again and again! Her bottom is growing redder by the minute. Quelle dommage! This fourth book in the series explores Georgia's continued confusion over her feelings for Dave the Laugh, and her constant infatuation with Robbie. More teenage antics with the Ace Gang and the birth of some "furry baby Jesuses" put this book well into the valley of hilariosity, as Georgia would put it.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Delaney Bella

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Georgia is trying her "Glacosity" theory, but keeps showing signs of "Red-Bottomosity". Dave the Laugh just told her that he is in love with her, even though he's going out with Ellen, one of Georgia's mates. After, accidentally snogging with him twice, Georgia tells Jas, only to get a long lecture on how promiscuous she is being. Then out of the blue, Dave dumps Ellen, who only starts sniffling after everything you ask her, and is just a complete mess. Robbie is never there, since he's Georgia is trying her "Glacosity" theory, but keeps showing signs of "Red-Bottomosity". Dave the Laugh just told her that he is in love with her, even though he's going out with Ellen, one of Georgia's mates. After, accidentally snogging with him twice, Georgia tells Jas, only to get a long lecture on how promiscuous she is being. Then out of the blue, Dave dumps Ellen, who only starts sniffling after everything you ask her, and is just a complete mess. Robbie is never there, since he's launching his pop career, and Georgia can't help but to start wondering if she should start two-timing Robbie with Dave. Always in the life of Georgia, things don't always go as planned. I loved this book, not only because it shows how most teens feel with their hormones at this stage of life, but also because I can sort of relate to Georgia. Not in the having a Sex God boyfriend, or being a red-bottomed minx, but starting the maturing process on the brink of womanhood....or something along the lines of that. Anyways, this is a great book. Very funny, and very very cute. A must read for all young adult readers. TTFN, Jackie <3

  27. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    Hilariously funny in Georgia Nicolson style but I was hoping there'd be more snogging with Dave! Oh well... I'm anxiously awaiting Book 5! In all seriousness, though, I think Louise Rennison did something special by creating this character. Georgia is so easy to relate to. I find her to be so likable even though she's obviously flawed and self-centered sometimes. I think the relationships between her and her friends are very realistic and I could identify with how she was feeling about the Hilariously funny in Georgia Nicolson style but I was hoping there'd be more snogging with Dave! Oh well... I'm anxiously awaiting Book 5! In all seriousness, though, I think Louise Rennison did something special by creating this character. Georgia is so easy to relate to. I find her to be so likable even though she's obviously flawed and self-centered sometimes. I think the relationships between her and her friends are very realistic and I could identify with how she was feeling about the Robbie-Dave love triangle. I think so many of us pretend we are like Jas (fully 100% committed to who we are with) but in reality we're always attracted to other people and wonder what it would be like to snog them or to be with them instead. I think there's a certain amount of honesty to this book that it almost doesn't get credit for. I am loving Mutti and Vati in these books, too. Their relationship and way of communicating may give me a laugh but they are reflective of how a lot of parents interact with one another.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Tatiana

    Georgia is at it again, using her absurd charm and wisdomosity to navigate a class trip to Paris, sticky-out elbows, and the splendid but troubled waters of being the girlfriend of a Sex God in Dancing in My Nuddy-Pants. I distinctly remember this volume for the uninhibited, nuddy-pants display by Georgia at the end, and it was just as good the second time around. As usual, I found myself laughing out loud at many of our funny little heroines antics and high jinks (but Libby doesnt get nearly Georgia is at it again, using her absurd charm and wisdomosity to navigate a class trip to Paris, sticky-out elbows, and the splendid but troubled waters of being the girlfriend of a Sex God in Dancing in My Nuddy-Pants. I distinctly remember this volume for the uninhibited, nuddy-pants display by Georgia at the end, and it was just as good the second time around. As usual, I found myself laughing out loud at many of our funny little heroine’s antics and high jinks (but Libby doesn’t get nearly enough credit for her toddler hilarity). Now that the SG is off being environmental in Kiwi-a-gogo Land, there is room for Georgia to use her "red-bottom wisely" and snare other potential suitors. Family, friendships, and school life were more prominent in this book, and it is always reassuring when we get a glimpse of Miss Nicolson's caring side. But at her heart, Georgia is self-absorbed, bad at keeping her red-bottom in check, and ridiculous, and we love her for being herself.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Taylor

    3.5/5 I didn't love this one as much, even though I should as Georgia is at her wittiest (top humerosity) in this volume. However, le Paree was a bit boring and SG really is too sensible for Gee (but is very mature and all I would want in a boyfriend at 27 years old). As always Georgia reminds me of a few things: love and value your friends, love yourself, play pranks on everyone... I mean, find humour in just about it all. On to: Away Laughing on a Fast Camel which I think is the last time 3.5/5 I didn't love this one as much, even though I should as Georgia is at her wittiest (top humerosity) in this volume. However, le Paree was a bit boring and SG really is too sensible for Gee (but is very mature and all I would want in a boyfriend at 27 years old). As always Georgia reminds me of a few things: love and value your friends, love yourself, play pranks on everyone... I mean, find humour in just about it all. On to: Away Laughing on a Fast Camel which I think is the last time readers see these great covers, Georgia travels to Hamburgeragogo land, annnnnnnnndddd.... more laughs, I hope? Disclaimer: The thing is about these books is that there isn't a ton of plot, or morals, or things once can write about... it's pure fluffy hilarious reminds-you-of-being-a-teenager fiction.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kiera Beddes

    Genre:relationships, boys, defying authority, etc Summary:"even further confessions of Georgia Nicolson" The main crux of this entry in the Georgia Nicolson diaries is she is torn between Robbie the Sex God or Dave the Laugh. And at the end, Robbie goes off to New Zealand, so I am guessing she ends up with Dave, HOWEVER, there are like, 5 more books, so I am guessing that a lot more happens between now and then. My question: what are these guys seeing in her? Response: Truth be told, I am rooting Genre:relationships, boys, defying authority, etc Summary:"even further confessions of Georgia Nicolson" The main crux of this entry in the Georgia Nicolson diaries is she is torn between Robbie the Sex God or Dave the Laugh. And at the end, Robbie goes off to New Zealand, so I am guessing she ends up with Dave, HOWEVER, there are like, 5 more books, so I am guessing that a lot more happens between now and then. My question: what are these guys seeing in her? Response: Truth be told, I am rooting for Dave the Laugh. I think he is funnier than Robbie and more appropriate for Georgia. And I think Robbie is one of those do-gooder types that will be surprised how much Georgia is...not. Why do I keep reading these books? I don't know. I just can't...seem...to stop... So be patient and someday I will have "classic" books up here again.

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