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Dancing in My Nuddy-Pants (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson #4)

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Dancing in My Nuddy Pants continues the tale of fun-loving, cheeky teenager Georgia Nicolson and friends. Taking up her diary from the day after Knocked Out by My Nunga Nungas, Georgia reveals one laugh-out-loud situation after another. With Robbie the Sex God, little sister Libby, Dave the Laugh, and Georgia's cat Angus and his sex kitten, Naomi, the fourth installment of ...more
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Published March 1st 2003 by Recorded Books (first published 2002)
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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 p
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 fa
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?
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 ...more
Georgia outdid herself once again! I felt like a loon on loon tablets reading Dancing in my Nuddy Pants.

On her quest to achieving wisdomosity and maturiosity, Georgia has strayed off the path to become a promiscuous hooligan blowing the cosmic horn! You really have to read the book to get all the tres amusant words!

Georgia's adventure to Paree is vair vair funny and the love triangle of Georgia, Robbie the Sex God and Dave the Laugh comes to a satisfying conclusion (for now). Dave the Laugh du
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
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 ...more
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
Delaney Bella
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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,
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
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
Zoë (readbyzoe)
Not my favorite one so far, but it wasn't bad! I didn't feel like that much happened in this book but it was obviously an entertaining read and I will read the rest of the series for a nice laugh.
Humorosity!!! Another funny addition to the Georgia Nicholson series. This installment was more interesting than book 3 because more things happened. There was a trip to Paris, Christmas, a break up, boyfriends leaving the country... It was just as funny as the others as well. This book provides little, if any back story, so it is really important to read them in order. There are tons of little "inside" jokes that just will not be funny at all if you haven't read the other books. I am really enj ...more
Heather Stewart
Fourth in the series and written from the perspective of an English teenage girl, the language alone makes you chuckle. It is written in the format of a diary and talks about Georgia’s adventures in an all girl school and her boyfriend, the Sex God. She dreams of going on tour with him and his band to America. I was expecting this book to be laugh out loud funny but it wasn’t all that humorous. I didn’t think it had much of a plot to it but that may be a welcome concept for s
As was the case with the first book in the series, this one was funny and ridiculous (but on purpose). Georgia has some hilarious observations, but I can't look past the fact that she is rather annoying and even stupid at times. I hate how she loses every sane thought in her head every time she is around her boyfriend. It's kind of sad, really. I realize that she's a teenager with raging hormones, but there are a lot of smart teens out there. She's not very relatable. I also hate the way she con ...more
Tasia Webster
Have you ever liked two people at once or have you read something about that same thing will that's what my book was about. Georgia is a very interesting girl . My book is called dancing in my buddy pants this book is fictional
Georgia is a girl who live in England.My book is mainly about Georgia and her relationship with her boyfriend Robbie. She has a ex boyfriend name Dave the laugh who is dating her best friend Ellen. She kinda jealous of their relationship. Dave the laugh told Georgia she
Julie Decker
Georgia's fought long and hard to get the Sex God--Robbie--as a boyfriend, and on top of that he's a great catch as a rising pop star, but she can't stop thinking about other boys (especially Dave the Laugh). Why does she have to be so tormented on the rack of lurrrve? As Georgia struggles with what to do with her boy problems, she also handles silly and frustrating situations elsewhere in her life: Paris, school, annoying friends, and her ridiculous cat and equally ridiculous little sister. Luc ...more
Ruchita Mahimkar
Okay. So looking back I felt like I've read the diary of the most hilarious teenage girl. Who is fabbity fab in her expressions and the additionally sense of being tres amuse (highly amusing) acts are beyond words. The book is written nicely.. It doesn't linger much it's swift to make you laugh your knickers off as they say. One thing for sure I am in love with her: ')

Few dialogue and scenes which I liked are:
-I've just seen a sparrow been quite literally washed off it's perch on a tree. It s
Connect; I connected with Georgia on page 90 (Louise Rennison) “Woke up this morning there was a strange light in my room, I looked outside and it snowed. I connected with that because in Sioux Falls we have really bad weather and it likes to snow in spring time. So I was thinking that it was going to be nice one day because the sun was shining but nope the sun was out and it was still really cold and snowy.

Preview; I thought this book was going to be about a girl who is all about boys and her
who doesn't like funny book? Well if you hate books that seem exaggerated then i don't think you should read this book. Because i don't like how some people just say" only this book is sooo boring, doesn't read worthless, or something like when will this girl ever stoop" I think i learned a lot from this funny character Georgia. This time she is dealing with her ex boyfriend Dave and her current boyfriend Robbie. Haha it's funny when she gives weird names to things and people.
as you can tell i am addicted to these books i read the third one in one day and now i am on the fourth one called dancing in my nuddy pants. i know the titles are really weird but the books are amazing. If you like funny books and books in a poem format then you should read her books. in this book she is still dating the sex god. she goes to paris and her boyfriend goes on tour for his band. Will they grow apart or grow closer together?

Read and find out
Couldn't get my mom to drive out to the library so i could pick up the third book, so I just went ahead and read this book instead. Yeah, Robbie is a lot more interesting in the movie. Nothing real great in this one. I got very sad and unhappy.
Seems like these books are so slow forever until the last 30 pages then it picks up making you want to read the next one.
Heidi Wiechert
At first, I didn't really get these books. I couldn't understand half of what was being said (British is not American) and the heroine seemed idiotic. But now, a couple of books in, I understand a majority of what she's saying, the author has infused the books with jokes that you'll only get if you've read the previous books (which I enjoy), and I realize that Georgia is just a 15 year old. I can vaguely remember my teens and what I remember was a hot mess. So, on that score, these are pretty ac ...more
It was quite interesting. I enjoyed it. There wasn't really a lesson but a good read none the less.
I'm clearly reading for the British'isms and not the content.
Great, just like all the other books in these series :)
Louise Jones
i am well past being a teenager but can still remember what it was like kins i read this in one night mainly because could not sleep due to streaming cold IT was fun read due to the language that all teenagers use with in words etc although this was written about a decade ago so has obviously aged somewhat could feel the angst of being with the wrong one though !!! and made me smirk dispite my streaming nose but you dont want to many details of that !!!
De lo poco que recuerdo de este libro es que me exigí el terminar de leerlo por el sentimiento de culpa que me da dejar libros a medias. Lo leí por leer, no fue para disfrutar, así que sí, resultó MUUUY tedioso.

Es completamente seguro que Georgia Nicolson está en mi lista de personajes más irritantes leídos alguna vez. Al inicio de la serie me hizo un poco de gracia, pero a medida que avanzaba ya me estaba empezando a dar jaqueca el tanto hablar de estupideces y tonterías. Termino con esta cuart
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Louise Rennison is the bestselling award-winning author of the phenomenally successful ‘Confessions of Georgia Nicolson’ series, translated into over 34 languages and to the stage and big screen as ‘Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging’. She has won the Nestle Smarties Book Prize, the Michael L. Printz Honor Book and the Roald Dahl Funny prize for ‘Withering Tights’.
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Other Books in the Series

Confessions of Georgia Nicolson (10 books)
  • Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #1)
  • On the Bright Side, I'm Now the Girlfriend of a Sex God (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #2)
  • Knocked Out by My Nunga-Nungas (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #3)
  • Away Laughing on a Fast Camel (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #5)
  • Then He Ate My Boy Entrancers (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #6)
  • Startled by His Furry Shorts (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #7)
  • Love is a Many Trousered Thing (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #8)
  • Stop in the Name of Pants! (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #9)
  • Are These My Basoomas I See Before Me? (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #10)
Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #1) On the Bright Side, I'm Now the Girlfriend of a Sex God (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #2) Knocked Out by My Nunga-Nungas (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #3) Then He Ate My Boy Entrancers (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #6) Away Laughing on a Fast Camel (Confessions of Georgia Nicolson, #5)

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