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America's favorite Southern-fried, stand-up comedian and TV sitcom star Jeff Foxworthy brings his humor to the page in this riotous laugh-out-loud book. In No Shirt. No Shoes. . . . No Problem!, Foxworthy examines the hilarity of growing up, love, sex, crazy families, roommates, friendship, mooning, having a crush on your cousin, and the real stories behind many of his favorite Redneck jokes. So get ready: You're in for a helluva good time!

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Overview

America's favorite Southern-fried, stand-up comedian and TV sitcom star Jeff Foxworthy brings his humor to the page in this riotous laugh-out-loud book. In No Shirt. No Shoes. . . . No Problem!, Foxworthy examines the hilarity of growing up, love, sex, crazy families, roommates, friendship, mooning, having a crush on your cousin, and the real stories behind many of his favorite Redneck jokes. So get ready: You're in for a helluva good time!

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The star of his eponymous television show has hit it big with recordings and paperbacks (You Might Be a Redneck If, not reviewed, etc.) and now presents more of what was once called rube comedy.

He plows the same field thoroughly worked by his fellow Atlantan, the late Lewis Grizzard, and a sort of yokel dybbuk appears to be at work as Foxworthy recounts yarns of his wayward blue-collar, redneck boyhood. Projectile vomiting seems to have been the most debonair of activities, and we are presented with enough instruction in the finer points of mooning to threaten the firmest of civilizations. What passes for Foxworthy's life story, thus far, involves fishing with granddaddy, life with oft-married mamma (a.k.a. Carole), encouragement of his sporting life by oft- married daddy (a.k.a. Big Jim), courtship rituals of Dixie denizens, and the manly art of maintaining a singles' apartment. The relationship between hunting and gender isn't scanted: "All men delight in pursuits that disgust women. Hunting is near the top of the list," he says. "You never see deer heads in beauty parlors." To complete the picture, add some talk about a lot of nasty relatives, a little attention to body effluents, and a discussion of the author's vasectomy. (He, like may gents down his way, is much concerned with his "package" and, one supposes, may some day have to be persuaded not to show you his operation.) Foxworthy, a slick Southerner who kind of likes his celebrity, provides simple fodder for his fans.

The hillbilly hijinks, to be fair, are mildly entertaining, but you might be a redneck if you take this text for anything more than showbiz ephemera.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780786889167
  • Publisher: Hyperion
  • Publication date: 5/1/1997
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 384
  • Sales rank: 1,046,320
  • Product dimensions: 6.58 (w) x 11.04 (h) x 0.88 (d)

Meet the Author

Jeff Foxworthy

More than 10 years ago, Jeff Foxworthy decided to quit his job as an IBM engineer to work the comedy club circuit. In his first six years on the road, he won the Great Southeastern Laff-Off, the Zanies/Pepsi-Cola Laff-Off, and the Coors Laff-Off. In 1990, he captured the award for "Best Stand-Up Comic" at the American Comedy Awards. After critical acclaim and rave reviews for his first Showtime special, he landed a second, which went on to earn a Cable ACE Award nomination. Rejected six times by Star Search for being "too Southern," Foxworthy is now one of the hottest comedians around, with seven bestselling books and two multi-platinum comedy albums—You Might Be a Redneck If . . . (the biggest-selling comedy album of all time) and Games Rednecks Play. His primetime-TV sitcom, The Jeff Foxworthy Show, airs each week on ABC. A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Foxworthy currently resides in Los Angeles, California, with his wife and two daughters.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2004

    FUNNY!!!

    Jeff Foxworthy delivers just as much comedy in this book as he does in his acts. He talks about growing up with 'big Jim' (his dad). He talks about relationships, roomates (including your sister), Marriage and life in general. I couldn't put this book down. I had to turn the page and find out what joke he'd come up with next.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 19, 2001

    Jeff Foxworthy, in his Own Words

    This is one book that, once you start to read it, you will have a hard time putting it down. This is a true to life self-written story of one of the greatest of all modern comics. I have a copy of the book, and his brand of humor always makes me laugh. Until Mr. Foxworthy burst on the scene, I never knew that Southern humor can be this entertaining. This is one comic who has more gold records than Richard Pryor, Eddie Murphy, and Redd Foxx combined.

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