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Georgia Nicolson is coming to the US! Finally!! I have been waiting for this movie forever. You've read my blogs about this series, I even got people signed up for the Georgia Nicolson reading challenge (which the Mr. Linky then broke for, so if you want to sign up or post a review, leave it in the comments please!). I think Georgia is fabbity fab fab and the books always make me laugh out loud. When the movie was released I was very excited to see it, but it never made it's way over here-until now.

On January 1st, Nickelodeon will be airing Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging at 7pm (Central Time). One of my very awesome teens told me about it and we squealed with delight. (Thanks Morgan-you rock!) I can't wait!


  1. Ahhhh!!! I can't wait!! Thank you, thank you...heading to DVR directly to program in this bit of awesomeness!!

  2. Yay! I watched it via netflix last weekend but strangely you can't buy it in the US still as far as I can tell so I want to know where netflix got it!

  3. I was in London when this came out and I so wanted to go! I've been reading Georgia since high school and I just had to see this movie. Sadly I couldn't find a theatre to see this while I was there, but it came out on redbox last Tuesday...I LOVED IT!

    P.S. It goes on sale on Amazon the 13thish.

  4. Thank you so much for alerting me! :)

  5. Ooooh really! I kept checking Amazon and found nothing, guess they are just slow getting it up there, i'll check again in a few weeks! Thanks!

  6. Oh yup there it is!

    Thank you!!!

  7. Awesome! I thought it was coming out on DVD, but I couldn't find it on Amazon yesterday. Thanks so much-I'll be ordering it for sure!:)

  8. I will most definitely be watching! I really, really want to read this series! I actually put it down for a challenge on my blog.

  9. I saw the preview for this on Nickelodeon! I'm about halfway through the Georgia Nicolson series, and I luuurrrvvveee them.
    Sadly, I have plans on the first :[
    Guess I'll just have to buy it :D

  10. It's such brilliant film. You're going to laugh your butt off! Hope you enjoy it!

  11. Oooh! Thanks for posting this, I'm going to have to see if I have a station that will be playing it, too. (I don't have Nickelodeon here) but we often have Canadian sister stations. Will check my TV listings. I adore these books so much.

  12. YAHOOO! DVR is set! Love this series! Georgia is my hero.

  13. Just finished watching it on my DVR this morning. It was really cute!!


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