Item description for A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Throne by Georgia Richardson...
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Throne is a collection of "Queenisms" about life, with a slight twist. Southern humorist, Georgia Richardson, a.k.a. Queen Jaw Jaw, The Queen of Experiences, mixes her sharp sense of humor with everyday life observations. And as the Queen says, "Every single story is true, honest injun...I'd rather walk on my lips than tell a lie."
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 5.5" Height: 8.5" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Apr 30, 2005
Publisher Star Publish
ISBN 1932993185 ISBN13 9781932993189
Reviews - What do customers think about A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Throne?
The author is a hoot! Jun 23, 2008
You can't make this stuff up! Or can you? I laughed until I had tears running down my face and my stomach hurt. Richardson has captured southern humor or any kind of humor at that! Reading this book made my day better and thankful that someone like her can find the good in just about anything.
Hail to the Queen! Feb 18, 2008
A great read. Perfect for the multi-tasking woman reading on the go or filling rarely vacant snippets of time. Quick, humorous stories that satisfy the need to read without bogging a girl down in a plot line. You'll love it!
Lucy Adams is the author of If Mama Don't Laugh, It Ain't Funny
Tee Hee...Hahahaaaa...Guffaw Aug 13, 2007
If you want to forget your problems and just enter funny land...then read this book. I seldom laugh out loud while reading books;...this one, though, has made up for all the others. It's really truly spittin' chucklin' good.
Keep laughing, you're not alone! Mar 25, 2007
I read a few chapters each night so I could guarantee that I would go to sleep laughing. Georgia Richardson (aka Queen Jaw Jaw) has been through it all and came out writing so we could laugh with her. You may recognize yourself and wonder why you weren't laughing when it happened to you. Thank you, Queenie, for your unique and Southern perspective.
Enter Laughing . . . Leave Wanting More . . . Dec 9, 2006
It takes a southern person, a female southern person at that, to come up with the side-splitting situation Georgia Richardson relates to things which happen to us all, but which Georgia finds hilarity in it. And writes about it . . . hilariously. I read this book with tears in my eyes, because of such topics as "Dreaming of Elvis, Mel Gibson, Bob Villa." Because my wife has cataracts, I read it to her. She cried also. From laughing. You want to see how everyday things and everyday situations can bring a smile, then a snort, then a guffaw, then uncontrollable laughter? By this book and find out why