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[[caption-width-right:250:"You are, in the nicest possible way, quite possibly clinically insane."]]

Wildly popular teenage literary series by Louise Rennison. The books are the diaries of Georgia Nicolson, who is 13 at the beginning of the series and 15-16 in the last installments. So popular in the author's native Britain that the books were released in the USA with minor adjustments and were adapted into a film that was released in 2008.

Noted for containing many "Georgia-isms" that have made their way into everyday language, such as "nunga-nungas" (breasts), "marvy" or "fabby" (anything Georgia likes) and "I'm away laughing on a fast camel" (goodbye). Reprints of the books include a glossary.

!!!The series comprises of:

* ''Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging''
* ''It's OK, I'm Wearing Really Big Knickers!'' (USA version: ''On The Bright Side, I'm Now the Girlfriend of a Sex God'')
* ''Knocked Out by My Nunga-Nungas.''
* ''Dancing in My Nuddy-Pants!''
* ''... And That's When It Fell Off in My Hand.'' (USA version: ''Away Laughing on a Fast Camel'')
* ''...Then He Ate My Boy Entrancers.''
* ''...Startled by His Furry Shorts!''
* ''Luuurve Is a Many Trousered Thing...''
* ''Stop in the Name of Pants!''
* ''Are These My Basoomas I See Before Me?''

!!!Major characters include:

* Georgia Nicolson - The protagonist and narrator. She is snarky and immature, but still likeable.
* Jas - Georgia's best friend. Prone to rambling on, fringe-flicking, and wearing enormous underwear.
* "The Ace Gang" - consists of Georgia and Jas as well as Rosie, Ellen, Jools and Mabs (joined by Honor and Sophie in the last book).
* Robbie (the "Sex God") - Georgia's boyfriend in the early books.
* Tom - Robbie's brother, also Jas's boyfriend whom she calls "Hunky".
* Masimo (the "Luuurve God" and "Italian Stallion") - An extremely good-looking Italian singer who replaces Robbie in Georgia's affections.
* Dave "The Laugh" - Boyfriend, later turned ex, close friend and occasional "snogging partner" of Georgia.
* "Wet" Lindsay - Georgia's enemy and rival for the affections of Robbie and Masimo.
* Angus and Gordy - Georgia's crazy pet Scottish wildcats.
* Libby - Georgia's younger sister, not yet toilet trained.
* "Mutti" and "Vati" - Georgia's uncool parents.
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!!These books provide examples of:

* TheAce: Jas is a bit of a "teacher's botty-kisser" and apparently "top girl at blodge...and, uh, everything."
* {{Adorkable}}: Jas.
* AdultsAreUseless: To be fair, pretty much everyone in this series is useless.
* AgeInappropriateDress: Georgia's mutti dresses like a teenage prostitute.
* AllWomenLoveShoes: Georgia takes this to the extreme when she chooses to wear shoes three sizes too small just so she can impress Masimo. She can't take them off and ends up having to get Dr. Clooney to cut them off her feet.
* AlmostKiss: Happens quite often with Georgia and Dave, and once or twice with Robbie.
* AlphaBitch: Depending on your view, either Georgia herself or "Wet" Lindsay
** Or, you know, both of them. Interestingly, the character actually named Libby does not qualify.
*** It is mentioned that she is a bully at her nursery school (although usually to the little boys), so perhaps she's an example-in-training?
* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: Dave the Laugh is constantly overlooked by Georgia because he is not as good-looking nor a pop-star like Robbie and Masimo.
* AmazinglyEmbarrassingParents: Mutti and Vati, apparently.
* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Libby.
* AsianAirhead: Ellen was TheDitz of the Ace Gang in the books where her ethnicity is not mentioned. The movie made her Asian and created UnfortunateImplications. However, she is Indian, not East Asian as the trope usually implies.
* BetaCouple: Jas and Tom, Rosie and Sven.
* [[spoiler: BetterAsFriends: Georgia and Robbie. Also, Georgia thinks that she and Dave are better off as friends before Masimo breaks up with her and she finally realises Dave has been in love with her all along.]]
* BirdsOfAFeather: Georgia and Dave; Jas and Tom; Rosie and Sven
* BlahBlahBlah: What Georgia hears when Jas is rambling on about wildlife.
* BookDumb: Georgia and Rosie.
* BrattyTeenageDaughter: Guess who.
* BreakTheHaughty: Georgia, mildly. She has more love problems than any of the other characters.
* [[spoiler: TheBusCameBack: Robbie at the end of "''Startled By His Furry Shorts''".]]
* ButtMonkey: Nauseating P. Green.
* CantActPervertedTowardALoveInterest: Subverted by Dave, who still acted very rudey-dudey towards his love interest, Georgia.
* CatsAreMean: Angus.
* ChickMagnet: Robbie and Masimo, especially, seem to have a lot of girls gawking at them. Also, Dave the Laugh has his own fan club.
* ClingyJealousGirl: Lindsay is said to be this.
* ClosetShuffle: From "On the Bright Side..." More info on the trope page.
* CloudCuckooLander: Most members of the cast at some point, even Georgia, though Rosie and Sven win by a mile.
* CoolestClubEver: The Buddha Lounge, "Liquid" in the movie.
* CosmeticCatastrophe: Ellen dithering so much that she gets mascara on her teeth. And lipstick in her eye. Georgia also has the occasional dodgy eyeliner, or stab-in-the-eye with the mascara brush.
* CrazyJealousGuy: Masimo, a bit. Who gets the hump over a their girlfriend doing the twist with a matey-mate?
* TheDanza: Georgia is played by Georgia Groome in the film.
* DeadpanSnarker: Georgia, Jas, Rosie, Lindsay...most of the girls, really.
* DeathGlare: Wet Lindsay; Hawkeye; Madam Slack
* {{Defictionalization}}: A band called The Stiff Dylans was actually formed for the purposes of the movie, and had some success in the charts with singles from the film.
* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: Many times throughout the series. The characters aren't very bright for the most part.
--> '''Jas''': ''He was so upset.''
--> '''Georgia''': ''Yeah you said.''
--> '''Jas''': ''Really, really upset. He phoned me eighteen times in two hours.''
--> '''Georgia''': ''Er, I KNOW.''
--> '''Jas''': ''Eighteen times.''
--> '''Georgia''': ''WOW. How many times did you say he called?''
--> '''Jas''': ''Eighteen times.''
* DidntSeeThatComing: [[spoiler: The return of the "Sex God", Robbie. ]]
* TheDitherer: Ellen. And ''how''...
* DoggedNiceGuy: Dave goes about Way 2.
* DoorJudo: In one book, Georgia skips school to spy on her mother at home, whom she suspects of having an affair with the builder. She is caught when they open the living room door and she falls through it, so has to pretend she was sent home sick from school.
* DramaticIrony: What is blatantly obvious to the reader is often unfathomable to Georgia. A prime example would be her constant complaining about her mother -- her clothes, her attitude, the way she acts around her friends -- when it's obvious to the reader that Georgia is a [[GenerationXerox carbon copy]] of her mum.
* DumbassHasAPoint: Even dithering Ellen has moments of insight, to her friends' confusion. A more meta example is Georgia, who says things that border on the wise (if she didn't immediately ruin the effect by doing something idiotic a paragraph later).
* DrivenToSuicide: Georgia contemplates suicide because of her big nose, wondering if anyone would really care if she killed herself, and who would turn up to her funeral. She writes a suicide note to her parents, but decides not to kill herself because she can't be bothered.
* DungeonmastersGirlfriend: Georgia borders on this during the early books when she tries to hang out with Robbie's bandmates, usually ending in embarrassment for her.
* EasilyForgiven: Jas and Georgia have a falling out in almost every book, but they always end up making up in a few hours or less, or at longest a few days. Also, Dave and Georgia are virtually unable to not forgive the other for anything.
* EscalatingWar: Georgia and Lindsay, after Georgia decides to pursue Robbie whilst Lindsay is still dating him.
* EveryoneCanSeeIt: Georgia is oblivious to her and Dave being perfect for each other. Props to Dave for trying to tell her in his "What if you were really meant to be with someone" speech. Unfortunately, Georgia doesn't believe him and calls him daft.
--> '''Dave''': ''What if you were really meant to be with someone? But you kept on messing about and having the Horn and so on and you lost them.''
* [[EveryoneLooksSexierIfFrench Everyone Looks Sexier If Italian]]: Masimo
* FakeBoobs: Lindsay
* TheFilmOfTheBook
* FirstKiss: Georgia's was with Whelk Boy.
* FriendshipMoment: Jas and Georgia get one at the end of "''Are These My Basoomas I See Before Me?''"
--> '''Georgia''': ''I would really miss you if you weren't here, Jas.''
--> '''Jas''': ''I know, and I would really miss you.''
* FriendsWithBenefits: Georgia and Dave with their many "accidental" snogs.
* FunnyForeigner: Sven, Herr Kamyer
* FunWithForeignLanguages: Georgia speaks almost-fluent French, and she takes German.
** The Kochs and their spangleferkels...
* GenerationXerox: Georgia's mum is simply a grown-up Georgia. She even recalls being in ''exactly the same situations'' Georgia gets herself into. [[spoiler: Their ultimate choice of a partner that they can have a laugh with rather than a "sex god" is also similiar.]]
* GenkiGirl: Rosie.
* GilliganCut: Georgia does this ''all the time''.
* GirlPosse: The Ace Gang to Georgia. Wet Lindsay also has one ("Dismal Sandra" and "Tragic Kate")
* GlobalIgnorance: Georgia intends to go looking for Masimo when her family goes to America even though they won't be anywhere near him. She asks, "How big can America be?"
* GreenEyedMonster: Georgia, Lindsay, Ellen. Robbie, although maybe not to the extent of 'monster'.
* GrumpyOldMan: Mr. Attwood, the janitor.
* HandsOffParenting; ParentalAbandonment; ParentalNeglect: Georgia's mutti hardly ever cooks, and lets Libby play with bread knives, and her vati doesn't seem to do anything other than polish his clown car and sit around drinking beer with Uncle Eddie.
* HappyEnding: Just about everyone was glad to see Georgia finally[[spoiler: end up with Dave. ]]
* HormoneAddledTeenager: Everyone, especially Georgia and Dave.
* HotMom: Connie Nicolson, arguably. Most likely because of her ginormous nungas, and "teenage prostitute-like" clothing. She certainly seems to be able to charm many men of her age, and even some younger ones (Dave the Laugh once said that he quite fancied her).
* ICantBelieveAGuyLikeYouWouldNoticeMe: Georgia thinks this about Robbie and Masimo.
* IWasHavingSuchANiceDream: Georgia daydreams about Masimo but it is ruined by Dave the Laugh appearing in her dream and acting upset.
* IllPretendIDidntHearThat: Essentially what ignorez-vousing is.
* InSeriesNickname: Almost everyone.
** Whelk Boy (Peter Dyer); Mark "Big Gob"; Jas (Jasmine); Rosie (Rosemary); Jools (Julia); Mabs (Mabel); Hawkeye (Ms. Heaton); Slim (Ms. Simpson); Dave "The Laugh"; "Rudi" Kamyer; "Billy" Shakespeare; "Kittykat/Sex Kitty" (Georgia); Elvis (Mr. Attwood.)
* IntentionallyAwkwardTitle: Purchasing these books will almost guarantee you weird looks from the person working checkout.
* ItsAllAboutMe: Most of the characters, Georgia and Jas especially.
* IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy: Dave to Georgia.
* {{Jerkass}}: Georgia can very well be considered this.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Georgia again. As [[{{Jerkass}} Jerkass-ish]] as she can get, Georgia's PetTheDog moments make you realize that she really is an okay kid.
* JustFriends: Georgia and Dave are apparently "just mates". Mates who end up accidentally snogging each other every so often. Although in the last two novels Dave really does try his hardest to stay in the friend zone with Georgia, because he is going out with Emma. Georgia doesn't seem to care much about cheating on Masimo or Robbie at all, because she loves snogging Dave too much.
* KarmaHoudini: Wet Lindsay receives no major retribution for her constant tormenting of Georgia. The Bummer Twins spend three whole books not being caught or punished for their reign as the school bullies, and when they're finally expelled from school, it's for shoplifting.
* [[spoiler: LastKiss: Masimo gives Georgia one before leaving to go to London.]]
* [[spoiler: LastMinuteHookup: Georgia and Dave finally get together in the second last page of the last book. ]]
* LateForSchool: Georgia, all the time - usually making Jas late as well.
* LecherousLicking: There is one scene where Georgia's cats are in bed with her and start licking at her legs.
* LikeParentLikeSpouse: [[spoiler:Dave]] has a lot in common with [[spoiler:Georgia's]] dad, from his inappropriate comments, to his self-confidence, to his sense of humour.
* LikesOlderWomen: Dave the Laugh apparently fancies Georgia's mum.
* LoveAtFirstSight: Georgia with Robbie and Masimo.
* LoveMakesYouDumb: Georgia when she has jelloid brain.
** Ellen. She was rather normal until she shows an interest in Dave.
* LoveTriangle: Robbie-Georgia-Masimo. With Dave the Laugh on the side.
* LovableAlphaBitch: Georgia
* MarketBasedTitle: ''It's OK, I'm Wearing Really Big Knickers!'' was changed to ''On the Bright Side, I'm Now the Girlfriend of a Sex God'' and ''... And That's When It Came Off in my Hand'' was changed to ''Away Laughing on a Fast Camel'' for the US publication. The title of the film was changed slightly to ''Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging'', since "full-frontal snogging" was thought to be inappropriate for a pre-teen audience.
* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: The Bummer Twins' "seance" in the first book.
* {{Metaphorgotten}}: on a very regular basis
* MomentKiller: Mr. Across the Road, when Robbie walks Georgia back to her house after taking her out to coffee. He is about to snog her when Mr. Across the Road interrupts them, complaining to Georgia about Angus destroying their aquarium.
* MoveAlongNothingToSeeHere: Uttered verbatim by Dave in ''"...Startled By His Furry Shorts!"''
* MrFanservice: The very good-looking Aaron Johnson. Also, Sean Bourke and Tommy Bastow, the actors for Tom and Dave the Laugh.
* MyLittlePanzer: Libby's Pantalitzer doll, which has steel forks for hands, easily detachable parts (which a child could choke on, but are usually thrown at Georgia) and a terrifying face.
* NeverMyFault: Georgia.
** "Why does the finger of shame always point towards me?"
* NiceGuy: Robbie. Masimo, too.
* NoSenseOfHumour: Georgia's vati, according to her. Then again, she expects him to laugh at her insults to him, so this is arguable.
* NoSympathy: Georgia
* NotAllowedToGrowUp: Georgia's sister Libby is mentioned as 3 years old at the start of the series but does not mature with the rest of the cast; in the later books she has not yet started school, is still not toilet trained and her speech has not developed. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] as Georgia wonders why her parents don't bother to teach her sister these things.
* NotListeningToMeAreYou: "Something VERY INTERESTING happened to me last night. I slit my throat and my head rolled off. Have you seen it anywhere?"
* ObliviousToLove: Georgia is oblivious to Dave's feelings for her, dismissing them as just him being a nice friend.
* OneGenderSchool: Stalag 14, Foxwood's, St. Mary's, St. John's, Moorgrange Girls'.
* OnlyOneName: Dave the Laugh's surname is never mentioned, despite him being one of the main male characters.
* OperationJealousy: Georgia using Dave the Laugh as a "red herring" to make Robbie jealous.
* PetTheDog: despite looking down on Pamela Green (nicknamed Nauseating P. Green) Georgia actually defends her from the Bummer Twins and when they are finally expelled, it is because she and her Ace Gang told the school authorities that they were the shoplifters instead of P. Green who they had initially framed.
* PitbullDatesPuppy: Lindsay and Robbie.
* PlayingHardToGet: Dave the Laugh advises Georgia to do this in order to get Masimo's attention.
* ThePowerOfHate: Georgia and Lindsay towards each other.
** "How I hate her. It gives me energy the amount that I hate her."
* PutOnABus: [[spoiler: Robbie. But then TheBusCameBack... ]]
* ReallyGetsAround: Georgia, when compared to her friends. By the end of the series, she has been with five boys in total (Whelk Boy, Mark Big Gob, Dave the Laugh, Robbie and Masimo), whilst the other Ace Gang members have only been with one or two. Dave has also been with four girls (Georgia, Ellen, Rachel and Emma).
* ReasonYouSuckSpeech: From the movie. Only six words long: "Clearly, Robbie prefers his girlfriends UN-FAKE." Jas' CrowningMomentofAwesome follows.
* TheRival: Lindsay
* RomanticFalseLead: Dave's two ex-girlfriends, Rachel and Emma. The former being more of a false lead because Dave is still fooling around with Georgia whilst dating her, and doesn't seem to take their relationship too seriously.
** After he dumps Rachel, Dave starts dating Emma Jacobs, and this time round he really does try to be a good boyfriend to her and stay faithful. It is clear that he has strong feelings for Georgia, but all the same he does seem to like Emma quite a bit, even going as far as to go to a Sculpture Park with her and her parents.
** But in the end she still ends up being a RomanticFalseLead, because it becomes obvious that although Dave likes her, his heart really belongs to Georgia.
*** Maybe, but not quite Ellen because Dave and Gee's relationship was still quite new around the time that he started dating her, and Dave may not have developed such strong feelings towards Gee yet.
* RomanticRunnerUp: [[spoiler: Robbie and Masimo, who end up being first and second runner-up to Dave.]]
* RunningGag: Nauseating P. Green, Melanie Griffiths' basoomas.
* SadistTeacher
* SchoolPlay: Peter Pan, Theatre/{{Macbeth}} (MacUseless), Romeo & Juliet (Rom & Jule)
* SchoolgirlSeries
* SelectiveObliviousness: Georgia cannot seem to acknowledge her true feelings for Dave because she sees him as just a "matey-mate" and not a "Sex God" or "Luuurve God".
* SerenadeYourLover: Robbie does this to Georgia before leaving to go to Kiwi-a-gogo land, and after coming back.
* SheIsAllGrownUp: One of the few times Georgia's mutti compliments her, not counting when she is dressed up to go to gigs.
* ShipSinking: [[spoiler: Anyone who shipped Georgia/Robbie had their ship capsized when she chose Masimo over him. Also, the extreme minority of fans who shipped Georgia/Masimo would've had their ship sunk when he left for London at the end of ATMBISBM.]]
* ShipTease: Georgia and Dave, A LOT.
* ShirtlessScene: The pool scene in the movie, where Robbie and Tom are both shirtless.
* ShoutOut: Many.
* TheShowMustGoOn: ...even when Georgia's false beard falls off.
* ShutUpKiss: Dave gives Georgia quite a few.
* SickeninglySweethearts: Jas and Tom, so, so much.
* SideKick: Jas to Georgia, especially on the trip to Hamburger-a-gogo land.
* SignatureStyle: Louise Rennison's writing is unlike any other.
* SingleGirlSeeksMostPopularGuy: Georgia is not content with a Foxwood lad. No, she must have the lead singer of the hottest local band.
* SingleMindedTwins: The Bummer Twins in the movie version (in the book, they're not twins at all, it's just Georgia's nickname for them.)
* SixStudentClique: The Ace Gang.
** The Head/The Muscle: Georgia
** The Shy One: Ellen
** The Quirk/The Wild One: Rosie
** The Smart One: Jas
** [[ThoseTwoGuys Those Two Girls]]: Jools and Mabs
** The Others: Honor and Sophie
*** In terms of the movie, Rosie would be The Pretty One.
* SpoiledBrat: Georgia
* SternTeacher: Hawkeye, Madam Slack
* StuffedIntoTheFridge: Quite literally. In the movie, Libby is said to have put Angus in the fridge.
** "Libby! Stop putting Angus in the fridge!"
* SurroundedByIdiots: The only ''non-idiots'' in the series are Robbie and Masimo. Everyone else is mad.
** Aside from his relationship with Jas, Tom seems more normal than most of the characters as well.
* TalkShow: Delilah's "agony aunt" show that Georgia and Jas watch whilst on holiday in Hamburger-a-gogo land.
* TantrumThrowing: Mostly Libby, although Georgia and even Jas do on occasion.
* TemporaryLoveInterest: When Dave starts to be featured more prominently in the series, we start to realise that he and Georgia [[WillTheyOrWontThey may or may not]] be the OfficialCouple.
* ThirdOptionLoveInterest: Dave the Laugh throughout most of the novel when Georgia is chasing after either Robbie or Masimo, but snogging him on the side.
* TokenMinority: Ellen is played by an Indian girl in the film adaptation. May be because the director (Gurinder Chadha) is Indian, and known for her films about British Asians. Originally, she was a CompositeCharacter called "Namita", but the role was re-dubbed as Ellen after protests from fans.
* TroublingUnchildlikeBehaviour: What Georgia thinks after finding Libby wiggling her hips and singing ''Sex Bomb'' by Tom Jones.
* TrueLoveIsExceptional: Dave the Laugh is Georgia's most constant love interest, despite lacking her usual "requirements" for a boyfriend (older, "Sex God" looks, sings in a band, own transport). In the first book, she wonders why anybody would date someone just because they were funny, but this is presented as Dave's best feature from the moment he appears in the second.
* UnreliableNarrator: Georgia.
* UnresolvedSexualTension: A lot throughout the series with Georgia and her love interests. Also, possibly the reason why she and Dave keep having "accidental" snogs.
* UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist: Georgia. Even readers in the book's age demographic have found her a complete brat.
** Though some see her as a ''lovable'' complete brat. See above to DracoInLeatherPants.
* UnusualEuphemism: "nunga-nungas", among others.
* VerbalBackspace: "Look, I'm sure if you went back to Rachel that she'd forgive you. She is remarkably stup- er, stupendously nice."
* TheVerse: Rennison's follow-up to this series is a series of new books based around Georgia's cousin, Tallulah.
* VictoriousChildhoodFriend - [[spoiler: Georgia and Dave ]]
** [[spoiler: To be fair, Dave isn't really a ''childhood'' friend. He and Georgia met when they were around 13-14.]]
* VitriolicBestBuds: Jas and Georgia.
* [[WhatDoesSheSeeInHim What Does He See In Her?]]: Georgia doesn't understand why Robbie and Masimo can't seem to pick up on the fact that Lindsay is a wet weed. Also, she thinks that Tom is mad for going out with Jas.
* WildTeenParty: Katie Steadman's infamous for them.
* WillTheyOrWontThey: Georgia and Dave.
* WithFriendsLikeThese: Georgia and Jas can be pretty horrible to one another. Georgia often snarls about Jas' fringe, giant knickers and obsession with pond life. She's also been known to shove Jas and undermine her confidence. Jas does the same right back, specialising in vicious kicks and passive-aggressive silent treatment, as well as making nasty digs about Georgia's reputation and morality. The rest of the Ace Gang, though frequently so shallow they reflect themselves, have a better handle on the whole "friendship" thing.
* WrongGuyFirst: Right guy second. Unfortunately, Georgia was just using him as a red-herring, so it didn't really count.
** This is not including Whelk Boy and Mark Big Gob, because they were not really proper boyfriends.
* WroteTheBook: Georgia is convinced that her cats Angus and Gordy wrote a book on "Cat Tips On How To Really Annoy Your Baldy Owners". Also, she is convinced that her vati has read and taken tips from books called "How To Be The Most Embarrassing Dad In History" and "How To Be Really Crap".
* YourCheatingHeart: Georgia and Dave both cheat on their partners with each other on many occasions.

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[[caption-width-right:250:"You are, in the nicest possible way, quite possibly clinically insane."]]

Wildly popular teenage literary series by Louise Rennison. The books are the diaries of Georgia Nicolson, who is 13 at the beginning of the series and 15-16 in the last installments. So popular in the author's native Britain that the books were released in the USA with minor adjustments and were adapted into a film that was released in 2008.

Noted for containing many "Georgia-isms" that have made their way into everyday language, such as "nunga-nungas" (breasts), "marvy" or "fabby" (anything Georgia likes) and "I'm away laughing on a fast camel" (goodbye). Reprints of the books include a glossary.

!!!The series comprises of:

* ''Angus, Thongs and Full-Frontal Snogging''
* ''It's OK, I'm Wearing Really Big Knickers!'' (USA version: ''On The Bright Side, I'm Now the Girlfriend of a Sex God'')
* ''Knocked Out by My Nunga-Nungas.''
* ''Dancing in My Nuddy-Pants!''
* ''... And That's When It Fell Off in My Hand.'' (USA version: ''Away Laughing on a Fast Camel'')
* ''...Then He Ate My Boy Entrancers.''
* ''...Startled by His Furry Shorts!''
* ''Luuurve Is a Many Trousered Thing...''
* ''Stop in the Name of Pants!''
* ''Are These My Basoomas I See Before Me?''

!!!Major characters include:

* Georgia Nicolson - The protagonist and narrator. She is snarky and immature, but still likeable.
* Jas - Georgia's best friend. Prone to rambling on, fringe-flicking, and wearing enormous underwear.
* "The Ace Gang" - consists of Georgia and Jas as well as Rosie, Ellen, Jools and Mabs (joined by Honor and Sophie in the last book).
* Robbie (the "Sex God") - Georgia's boyfriend in the early books.
* Tom - Robbie's brother, also Jas's boyfriend whom she calls "Hunky".
* Masimo (the "Luuurve God" and "Italian Stallion") - An extremely good-looking Italian singer who replaces Robbie in Georgia's affections.
* Dave "The Laugh" - Boyfriend, later turned ex, close friend and occasional "snogging partner" of Georgia.
* "Wet" Lindsay - Georgia's enemy and rival for the affections of Robbie and Masimo.
* Angus and Gordy - Georgia's crazy pet Scottish wildcats.
* Libby - Georgia's younger sister, not yet toilet trained.
* "Mutti" and "Vati" - Georgia's uncool parents.
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!!These books provide examples of:

* TheAce: Jas is a bit of a "teacher's botty-kisser" and apparently "top girl at blodge...and, uh, everything."
* {{Adorkable}}: Jas.
* AdultsAreUseless: To be fair, pretty much everyone in this series is useless.
* AgeInappropriateDress: Georgia's mutti dresses like a teenage prostitute.
* AllWomenLoveShoes: Georgia takes this to the extreme when she chooses to wear shoes three sizes too small just so she can impress Masimo. She can't take them off and ends up having to get Dr. Clooney to cut them off her feet.
* AlmostKiss: Happens quite often with Georgia and Dave, and once or twice with Robbie.
* AlphaBitch: Depending on your view, either Georgia herself or "Wet" Lindsay
** Or, you know, both of them. Interestingly, the character actually named Libby does not qualify.
*** It is mentioned that she is a bully at her nursery school (although usually to the little boys), so perhaps she's an example-in-training?
* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: Dave the Laugh is constantly overlooked by Georgia because he is not as good-looking nor a pop-star like Robbie and Masimo.
* AmazinglyEmbarrassingParents: Mutti and Vati, apparently.
* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Libby.
* AsianAirhead: Ellen was TheDitz of the Ace Gang in the books where her ethnicity is not mentioned. The movie made her Asian and created UnfortunateImplications. However, she is Indian, not East Asian as the trope usually implies.
* BetaCouple: Jas and Tom, Rosie and Sven.
* [[spoiler: BetterAsFriends: Georgia and Robbie. Also, Georgia thinks that she and Dave are better off as friends before Masimo breaks up with her and she finally realises Dave has been in love with her all along.]]
* BirdsOfAFeather: Georgia and Dave; Jas and Tom; Rosie and Sven
* BlahBlahBlah: What Georgia hears when Jas is rambling on about wildlife.
* BookDumb: Georgia and Rosie.
* BrattyTeenageDaughter: Guess who.
* BreakTheHaughty: Georgia, mildly. She has more love problems than any of the other characters.
* [[spoiler: TheBusCameBack: Robbie at the end of "''Startled By His Furry Shorts''".]]
* ButtMonkey: Nauseating P. Green.
* CantActPervertedTowardALoveInterest: Subverted by Dave, who still acted very rudey-dudey towards his love interest, Georgia.
* CatsAreMean: Angus.
* ChickMagnet: Robbie and Masimo, especially, seem to have a lot of girls gawking at them. Also, Dave the Laugh has his own fan club.
* ClingyJealousGirl: Lindsay is said to be this.
* ClosetShuffle: From "On the Bright Side..." More info on the trope page.
* CloudCuckooLander: Most members of the cast at some point, even Georgia, though Rosie and Sven win by a mile.
* CoolestClubEver: The Buddha Lounge, "Liquid" in the movie.
* CosmeticCatastrophe: Ellen dithering so much that she gets mascara on her teeth. And lipstick in her eye. Georgia also has the occasional dodgy eyeliner, or stab-in-the-eye with the mascara brush.
* CrazyJealousGuy: Masimo, a bit. Who gets the hump over a their girlfriend doing the twist with a matey-mate?
* TheDanza: Georgia is played by Georgia Groome in the film.
* DeadpanSnarker: Georgia, Jas, Rosie, Lindsay...most of the girls, really.
* DeathGlare: Wet Lindsay; Hawkeye; Madam Slack
* {{Defictionalization}}: A band called The Stiff Dylans was actually formed for the purposes of the movie, and had some success in the charts with singles from the film.
* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: Many times throughout the series. The characters aren't very bright for the most part.
--> '''Jas''': ''He was so upset.''
--> '''Georgia''': ''Yeah you said.''
--> '''Jas''': ''Really, really upset. He phoned me eighteen times in two hours.''
--> '''Georgia''': ''Er, I KNOW.''
--> '''Jas''': ''Eighteen times.''
--> '''Georgia''': ''WOW. How many times did you say he called?''
--> '''Jas''': ''Eighteen times.''
* DidntSeeThatComing: [[spoiler: The return of the "Sex God", Robbie. ]]
* TheDitherer: Ellen. And ''how''...
* DoggedNiceGuy: Dave goes about Way 2.
* DoorJudo: In one book, Georgia skips school to spy on her mother at home, whom she suspects of having an affair with the builder. She is caught when they open the living room door and she falls through it, so has to pretend she was sent home sick from school.
* DramaticIrony: What is blatantly obvious to the reader is often unfathomable to Georgia. A prime example would be her constant complaining about her mother -- her clothes, her attitude, the way she acts around her friends -- when it's obvious to the reader that Georgia is a [[GenerationXerox carbon copy]] of her mum.
* DumbassHasAPoint: Even dithering Ellen has moments of insight, to her friends' confusion. A more meta example is Georgia, who says things that border on the wise (if she didn't immediately ruin the effect by doing something idiotic a paragraph later).
* DrivenToSuicide: Georgia contemplates suicide because of her big nose, wondering if anyone would really care if she killed herself, and who would turn up to her funeral. She writes a suicide note to her parents, but decides not to kill herself because she can't be bothered.
* DungeonmastersGirlfriend: Georgia borders on this during the early books when she tries to hang out with Robbie's bandmates, usually ending in embarrassment for her.
* EasilyForgiven: Jas and Georgia have a falling out in almost every book, but they always end up making up in a few hours or less, or at longest a few days. Also, Dave and Georgia are virtually unable to not forgive the other for anything.
* EscalatingWar: Georgia and Lindsay, after Georgia decides to pursue Robbie whilst Lindsay is still dating him.
* EveryoneCanSeeIt: Georgia is oblivious to her and Dave being perfect for each other. Props to Dave for trying to tell her in his "What if you were really meant to be with someone" speech. Unfortunately, Georgia doesn't believe him and calls him daft.
--> '''Dave''': ''What if you were really meant to be with someone? But you kept on messing about and having the Horn and so on and you lost them.''
* [[EveryoneLooksSexierIfFrench Everyone Looks Sexier If Italian]]: Masimo
* FakeBoobs: Lindsay
* TheFilmOfTheBook
* FirstKiss: Georgia's was with Whelk Boy.
* FriendshipMoment: Jas and Georgia get one at the end of "''Are These My Basoomas I See Before Me?''"
--> '''Georgia''': ''I would really miss you if you weren't here, Jas.''
--> '''Jas''': ''I know, and I would really miss you.''
* FriendsWithBenefits: Georgia and Dave with their many "accidental" snogs.
* FunnyForeigner: Sven, Herr Kamyer
* FunWithForeignLanguages: Georgia speaks almost-fluent French, and she takes German.
** The Kochs and their spangleferkels...
* GenerationXerox: Georgia's mum is simply a grown-up Georgia. She even recalls being in ''exactly the same situations'' Georgia gets herself into. [[spoiler: Their ultimate choice of a partner that they can have a laugh with rather than a "sex god" is also similiar.]]
* GenkiGirl: Rosie.
* GilliganCut: Georgia does this ''all the time''.
* GirlPosse: The Ace Gang to Georgia. Wet Lindsay also has one ("Dismal Sandra" and "Tragic Kate")
* GlobalIgnorance: Georgia intends to go looking for Masimo when her family goes to America even though they won't be anywhere near him. She asks, "How big can America be?"
* GreenEyedMonster: Georgia, Lindsay, Ellen. Robbie, although maybe not to the extent of 'monster'.
* GrumpyOldMan: Mr. Attwood, the janitor.
* HandsOffParenting; ParentalAbandonment; ParentalNeglect: Georgia's mutti hardly ever cooks, and lets Libby play with bread knives, and her vati doesn't seem to do anything other than polish his clown car and sit around drinking beer with Uncle Eddie.
* HappyEnding: Just about everyone was glad to see Georgia finally[[spoiler: end up with Dave. ]]
* HormoneAddledTeenager: Everyone, especially Georgia and Dave.
* HotMom: Connie Nicolson, arguably. Most likely because of her ginormous nungas, and "teenage prostitute-like" clothing. She certainly seems to be able to charm many men of her age, and even some younger ones (Dave the Laugh once said that he quite fancied her).
* ICantBelieveAGuyLikeYouWouldNoticeMe: Georgia thinks this about Robbie and Masimo.
* IWasHavingSuchANiceDream: Georgia daydreams about Masimo but it is ruined by Dave the Laugh appearing in her dream and acting upset.
* IllPretendIDidntHearThat: Essentially what ignorez-vousing is.
* InSeriesNickname: Almost everyone.
** Whelk Boy (Peter Dyer); Mark "Big Gob"; Jas (Jasmine); Rosie (Rosemary); Jools (Julia); Mabs (Mabel); Hawkeye (Ms. Heaton); Slim (Ms. Simpson); Dave "The Laugh"; "Rudi" Kamyer; "Billy" Shakespeare; "Kittykat/Sex Kitty" (Georgia); Elvis (Mr. Attwood.)
* IntentionallyAwkwardTitle: Purchasing these books will almost guarantee you weird looks from the person working checkout.
* ItsAllAboutMe: Most of the characters, Georgia and Jas especially.
* IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy: Dave to Georgia.
* {{Jerkass}}: Georgia can very well be considered this.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Georgia again. As [[{{Jerkass}} Jerkass-ish]] as she can get, Georgia's PetTheDog moments make you realize that she really is an okay kid.
* JustFriends: Georgia and Dave are apparently "just mates". Mates who end up accidentally snogging each other every so often. Although in the last two novels Dave really does try his hardest to stay in the friend zone with Georgia, because he is going out with Emma. Georgia doesn't seem to care much about cheating on Masimo or Robbie at all, because she loves snogging Dave too much.
* KarmaHoudini: Wet Lindsay receives no major retribution for her constant tormenting of Georgia. The Bummer Twins spend three whole books not being caught or punished for their reign as the school bullies, and when they're finally expelled from school, it's for shoplifting.
* [[spoiler: LastKiss: Masimo gives Georgia one before leaving to go to London.]]
* [[spoiler: LastMinuteHookup: Georgia and Dave finally get together in the second last page of the last book. ]]
* LateForSchool: Georgia, all the time - usually making Jas late as well.
* LecherousLicking: There is one scene where Georgia's cats are in bed with her and start licking at her legs.
* LikeParentLikeSpouse: [[spoiler:Dave]] has a lot in common with [[spoiler:Georgia's]] dad, from his inappropriate comments, to his self-confidence, to his sense of humour.
* LikesOlderWomen: Dave the Laugh apparently fancies Georgia's mum.
* LoveAtFirstSight: Georgia with Robbie and Masimo.
* LoveMakesYouDumb: Georgia when she has jelloid brain.
** Ellen. She was rather normal until she shows an interest in Dave.
* LoveTriangle: Robbie-Georgia-Masimo. With Dave the Laugh on the side.
* LovableAlphaBitch: Georgia
* MarketBasedTitle: ''It's OK, I'm Wearing Really Big Knickers!'' was changed to ''On the Bright Side, I'm Now the Girlfriend of a Sex God'' and ''... And That's When It Came Off in my Hand'' was changed to ''Away Laughing on a Fast Camel'' for the US publication. The title of the film was changed slightly to ''Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging'', since "full-frontal snogging" was thought to be inappropriate for a pre-teen audience.
* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: The Bummer Twins' "seance" in the first book.
* {{Metaphorgotten}}: on a very regular basis
* MomentKiller: Mr. Across the Road, when Robbie walks Georgia back to her house after taking her out to coffee. He is about to snog her when Mr. Across the Road interrupts them, complaining to Georgia about Angus destroying their aquarium.
* MoveAlongNothingToSeeHere: Uttered verbatim by Dave in ''"...Startled By His Furry Shorts!"''
* MrFanservice: The very good-looking Aaron Johnson. Also, Sean Bourke and Tommy Bastow, the actors for Tom and Dave the Laugh.
* MyLittlePanzer: Libby's Pantalitzer doll, which has steel forks for hands, easily detachable parts (which a child could choke on, but are usually thrown at Georgia) and a terrifying face.
* NeverMyFault: Georgia.
** "Why does the finger of shame always point towards me?"
* NiceGuy: Robbie. Masimo, too.
* NoSenseOfHumour: Georgia's vati, according to her. Then again, she expects him to laugh at her insults to him, so this is arguable.
* NoSympathy: Georgia
* NotAllowedToGrowUp: Georgia's sister Libby is mentioned as 3 years old at the start of the series but does not mature with the rest of the cast; in the later books she has not yet started school, is still not toilet trained and her speech has not developed. [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] as Georgia wonders why her parents don't bother to teach her sister these things.
* NotListeningToMeAreYou: "Something VERY INTERESTING happened to me last night. I slit my throat and my head rolled off. Have you seen it anywhere?"
* ObliviousToLove: Georgia is oblivious to Dave's feelings for her, dismissing them as just him being a nice friend.
* OneGenderSchool: Stalag 14, Foxwood's, St. Mary's, St. John's, Moorgrange Girls'.
* OnlyOneName: Dave the Laugh's surname is never mentioned, despite him being one of the main male characters.
* OperationJealousy: Georgia using Dave the Laugh as a "red herring" to make Robbie jealous.
* PetTheDog: despite looking down on Pamela Green (nicknamed Nauseating P. Green) Georgia actually defends her from the Bummer Twins and when they are finally expelled, it is because she and her Ace Gang told the school authorities that they were the shoplifters instead of P. Green who they had initially framed.
* PitbullDatesPuppy: Lindsay and Robbie.
* PlayingHardToGet: Dave the Laugh advises Georgia to do this in order to get Masimo's attention.
* ThePowerOfHate: Georgia and Lindsay towards each other.
** "How I hate her. It gives me energy the amount that I hate her."
* PutOnABus: [[spoiler: Robbie. But then TheBusCameBack... ]]
* ReallyGetsAround: Georgia, when compared to her friends. By the end of the series, she has been with five boys in total (Whelk Boy, Mark Big Gob, Dave the Laugh, Robbie and Masimo), whilst the other Ace Gang members have only been with one or two. Dave has also been with four girls (Georgia, Ellen, Rachel and Emma).
* ReasonYouSuckSpeech: From the movie. Only six words long: "Clearly, Robbie prefers his girlfriends UN-FAKE." Jas' CrowningMomentofAwesome follows.
* TheRival: Lindsay
* RomanticFalseLead: Dave's two ex-girlfriends, Rachel and Emma. The former being more of a false lead because Dave is still fooling around with Georgia whilst dating her, and doesn't seem to take their relationship too seriously.
** After he dumps Rachel, Dave starts dating Emma Jacobs, and this time round he really does try to be a good boyfriend to her and stay faithful. It is clear that he has strong feelings for Georgia, but all the same he does seem to like Emma quite a bit, even going as far as to go to a Sculpture Park with her and her parents.
** But in the end she still ends up being a RomanticFalseLead, because it becomes obvious that although Dave likes her, his heart really belongs to Georgia.
*** Maybe, but not quite Ellen because Dave and Gee's relationship was still quite new around the time that he started dating her, and Dave may not have developed such strong feelings towards Gee yet.
* RomanticRunnerUp: [[spoiler: Robbie and Masimo, who end up being first and second runner-up to Dave.]]
* RunningGag: Nauseating P. Green, Melanie Griffiths' basoomas.
* SadistTeacher
* SchoolPlay: Peter Pan, Theatre/{{Macbeth}} (MacUseless), Romeo & Juliet (Rom & Jule)
* SchoolgirlSeries
* SelectiveObliviousness: Georgia cannot seem to acknowledge her true feelings for Dave because she sees him as just a "matey-mate" and not a "Sex God" or "Luuurve God".
* SerenadeYourLover: Robbie does this to Georgia before leaving to go to Kiwi-a-gogo land, and after coming back.
* SheIsAllGrownUp: One of the few times Georgia's mutti compliments her, not counting when she is dressed up to go to gigs.
* ShipSinking: [[spoiler: Anyone who shipped Georgia/Robbie had their ship capsized when she chose Masimo over him. Also, the extreme minority of fans who shipped Georgia/Masimo would've had their ship sunk when he left for London at the end of ATMBISBM.]]
* ShipTease: Georgia and Dave, A LOT.
* ShirtlessScene: The pool scene in the movie, where Robbie and Tom are both shirtless.
* ShoutOut: Many.
* TheShowMustGoOn: ...even when Georgia's false beard falls off.
* ShutUpKiss: Dave gives Georgia quite a few.
* SickeninglySweethearts: Jas and Tom, so, so much.
* SideKick: Jas to Georgia, especially on the trip to Hamburger-a-gogo land.
* SignatureStyle: Louise Rennison's writing is unlike any other.
* SingleGirlSeeksMostPopularGuy: Georgia is not content with a Foxwood lad. No, she must have the lead singer of the hottest local band.
* SingleMindedTwins: The Bummer Twins in the movie version (in the book, they're not twins at all, it's just Georgia's nickname for them.)
* SixStudentClique: The Ace Gang.
** The Head/The Muscle: Georgia
** The Shy One: Ellen
** The Quirk/The Wild One: Rosie
** The Smart One: Jas
** [[ThoseTwoGuys Those Two Girls]]: Jools and Mabs
** The Others: Honor and Sophie
*** In terms of the movie, Rosie would be The Pretty One.
* SpoiledBrat: Georgia
* SternTeacher: Hawkeye, Madam Slack
* StuffedIntoTheFridge: Quite literally. In the movie, Libby is said to have put Angus in the fridge.
** "Libby! Stop putting Angus in the fridge!"
* SurroundedByIdiots: The only ''non-idiots'' in the series are Robbie and Masimo. Everyone else is mad.
** Aside from his relationship with Jas, Tom seems more normal than most of the characters as well.
* TalkShow: Delilah's "agony aunt" show that Georgia and Jas watch whilst on holiday in Hamburger-a-gogo land.
* TantrumThrowing: Mostly Libby, although Georgia and even Jas do on occasion.
* TemporaryLoveInterest: When Dave starts to be featured more prominently in the series, we start to realise that he and Georgia [[WillTheyOrWontThey may or may not]] be the OfficialCouple.
* ThirdOptionLoveInterest: Dave the Laugh throughout most of the novel when Georgia is chasing after either Robbie or Masimo, but snogging him on the side.
* TokenMinority: Ellen is played by an Indian girl in the film adaptation. May be because the director (Gurinder Chadha) is Indian, and known for her films about British Asians. Originally, she was a CompositeCharacter called "Namita", but the role was re-dubbed as Ellen after protests from fans.
* TroublingUnchildlikeBehaviour: What Georgia thinks after finding Libby wiggling her hips and singing ''Sex Bomb'' by Tom Jones.
* TrueLoveIsExceptional: Dave the Laugh is Georgia's most constant love interest, despite lacking her usual "requirements" for a boyfriend (older, "Sex God" looks, sings in a band, own transport). In the first book, she wonders why anybody would date someone just because they were funny, but this is presented as Dave's best feature from the moment he appears in the second.
* UnreliableNarrator: Georgia.
* UnresolvedSexualTension: A lot throughout the series with Georgia and her love interests. Also, possibly the reason why she and Dave keep having "accidental" snogs.
* UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist: Georgia. Even readers in the book's age demographic have found her a complete brat.
** Though some see her as a ''lovable'' complete brat. See above to DracoInLeatherPants.
* UnusualEuphemism: "nunga-nungas", among others.
* VerbalBackspace: "Look, I'm sure if you went back to Rachel that she'd forgive you. She is remarkably stup- er, stupendously nice."
* TheVerse: Rennison's follow-up to this series is a series of new books based around Georgia's cousin, Tallulah.
* VictoriousChildhoodFriend - [[spoiler: Georgia and Dave ]]
** [[spoiler: To be fair, Dave isn't really a ''childhood'' friend. He and Georgia met when they were around 13-14.]]
* VitriolicBestBuds: Jas and Georgia.
* [[WhatDoesSheSeeInHim What Does He See In Her?]]: Georgia doesn't understand why Robbie and Masimo can't seem to pick up on the fact that Lindsay is a wet weed. Also, she thinks that Tom is mad for going out with Jas.
* WildTeenParty: Katie Steadman's infamous for them.
* WillTheyOrWontThey: Georgia and Dave.
* WithFriendsLikeThese: Georgia and Jas can be pretty horrible to one another. Georgia often snarls about Jas' fringe, giant knickers and obsession with pond life. She's also been known to shove Jas and undermine her confidence. Jas does the same right back, specialising in vicious kicks and passive-aggressive silent treatment, as well as making nasty digs about Georgia's reputation and morality. The rest of the Ace Gang, though frequently so shallow they reflect themselves, have a better handle on the whole "friendship" thing.
* WrongGuyFirst: Right guy second. Unfortunately, Georgia was just using him as a red-herring, so it didn't really count.
** This is not including Whelk Boy and Mark Big Gob, because they were not really proper boyfriends.
* WroteTheBook: Georgia is convinced that her cats Angus and Gordy wrote a book on "Cat Tips On How To Really Annoy Your Baldy Owners". Also, she is convinced that her vati has read and taken tips from books called "How To Be The Most Embarrassing Dad In History" and "How To Be Really Crap".
* YourCheatingHeart: Georgia and Dave both cheat on their partners with each other on many occasions.

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* SingleMindedTwins: The Bummer Twins in the movie version (in the book, they're not twins at all, it's just Georgia's nickname for them.)
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* GirlPosse: The Ace Gang to Georgia. Wet Lindsay also has one ("Dismal Sandra" and "Tragic Kate")
20th Oct '13 9:28:07 PM Vasha
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* ''Knocked Out By My Nunga-Nungas.''
* ''Dancing In My Nuddy-Pants!''
* ''... And That's When It Fell Off In My Hand.'' (USA version: ''Away Laughing on a Fast Camel'')

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* ''Knocked Out By by My Nunga-Nungas.''
* ''Dancing In in My Nuddy-Pants!''
* ''... And That's When It Fell Off In in My Hand.'' (USA version: ''Away Laughing on a Fast Camel'')



* ''...Startled By His Furry Shorts!''

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* ''...Startled By by His Furry Shorts!''
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** Whelk Boy (Peter Dyer); Mark "Big Gob"; Jas (Jasmine); Rosie (Rosemary); Jools (Julia); Mabs (Mabel); Hawkeye (Ms. Heaton); Slim (Ms. Simpson); Dave "The Laugh"; "Rudi" Kamyer; "Billy" Shakespeare; "Kittykat/Sex Kitty" (Georgia).

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** Whelk Boy (Peter Dyer); Mark "Big Gob"; Jas (Jasmine); Rosie (Rosemary); Jools (Julia); Mabs (Mabel); Hawkeye (Ms. Heaton); Slim (Ms. Simpson); Dave "The Laugh"; "Rudi" Kamyer; "Billy" Shakespeare; "Kittykat/Sex Kitty" (Georgia).(Georgia); Elvis (Mr. Attwood.)
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* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: The Bummer Twins' "seance" in the first book.
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* TroublingUnchildhoodBehaviour: What Georgia thinks after finding Libby wiggling her hips and singing ''Sex Bomb'' by Tom Jones.

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* TroublingUnchildhoodBehaviour: TroublingUnchildlikeBehaviour: What Georgia thinks after finding Libby wiggling her hips and singing ''Sex Bomb'' by Tom Jones.
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* TroublingUnchildhoodBehaviour: What Georgia thinks after finding Libby wiggling her hips and singing ''Sex Bomb'' by Tom Jones.
1st Sep '13 6:41:18 AM gallium
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* HeyItsThatGuy: You may recognise Aaron Johnson (Robbie) from "''Kick-Ass''" and "''The Illusionist''", which also stars Eleanor Tomlinson (Jas). Kimberly Nixon (Lindsay) has starred in "''Cherrybomb''" and "''Wild Child''".
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* VitriolicBestBuds: Jas and Georgia.
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