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  • Sue Ellens Girl Aint Fat She Just Weighs Heavy
  • Shellie Rushing Tomlinson
  • English
  • 12 April 2018
  • 9780425240854

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  1. says:

    When I saw that this book had advance praise from Jeff Foxworthy yes I’m a closet Foxworthy fan I had to reuest this laugh out loud book From the start I was laughing out loud and since my children and husband weren’t privy to what I was reading they thought I was laughing at them I am not a Southerner by birth but in heritage and heart I am a Southern gal – yes I say ain’t and ya’ll and sometimes a warsh slips out instead of washReading Shellie’s newest book was a breath of fresh air and her comedy was completely clean – even though she does mention unmentionables and a friend alludes to a certain bodily function – but when you live with a boy and a husband who finds these things funny your not so easily grossed out The ‘advice’ she offers in her book is meant to be taken tongue in cheek than as specific advice Some advice you could actually put into action in life but some is best left behind after you laugh fest is overThe other great part of this book are all the Southern recipes that Shellie has included with each chapter Definitely not diet or low carb friendly they sound delicious although I haven’t had time to actually try them Some that you’ll find is Mandarin Almond Salad Chicken Crescent Roll ups Firecracker bread Cuzin Peggy’s Jambalaya Grits and much There are also some seafood recipes if you like that sort of thing and I may have to try those to satisfy my husbandIf you’re looking for something that is inspirational and has clean humor this is it if you’re like me you’ll be laughing from page one until you finish I would suggest letting your husband and children know before beginning that you are not laughing at them unless you want them to think that This book was a fast and enjoyable read and now I’m going to have to check out the first bookI was provided a copy of this book from Litfuse Publicity in exchange for my honest opinion no other compensation was given


  2. says:

    This book is absolutely laugh out loud FUNNY I was born in the Midwest and lived there 12 years moved to the South and lived there for 12 years and moved back to the Midwest 20 years ago so I consider myself a transplanted southerner Not only did I live in the South but my Nanny maternal Grandma was born and raised in West Virginia so my upbringing was heavily influenced by a Southerner This book brought a smile to my face laughter to my lips and tears to my eyes in turn bringing back a flood of memories of living in the South and of my Nanny Not to mention making the homesickness for the South rear it's ugly head a time or twoWith topic such as Raging Inferno Syndrome I can so relate Bubba Whispering SRC Straight Running Crazy every Southern Belle or Wannabe Southern Belle can surely relate If you're not a Belle or Belle Wannabe Miss Tomlinson and you just don't understand what in the world she's talking about the Author provides a very handy official guide to Speaking All Things Southern throughout the book Each guide gives you the definitions for such things as bellerina suat get go worn slap out six ways to Sunday belleisms and nekkid as a jaybird to name a fewAnd if all the insights and principles dished out in the book albeit with tongue in cheek weren't enough she also provides some pretty delicious sounding recipes all with a decided Southern flavor You'll find such great classics as Blackened Cajun Fish Southern Steak Potpie Bodacious Black Bean Salad and several of that Southern staple Casseroles All in all this book is one that will stay on my shelf for a long time Not only was it a fun to read book full of Southern wit it does double duty as a go to Southern Cookbook full of tried and true recipesDisclosure of Material Connection I received this book free through the LitFuse Publicity Group blog tour program I was not reuired to write a positive review The opinions I have expressed are my own


  3. says:

    I was born and raised in the north but for the past decade I have been a southern girl After I moved to North Carolina I felt like I had finally come home and I love all things southern I could not wait to read Sue Ellen’s Girl Ain’t Fat I always enjoy reading books full of that southern wit and wisdom that just can’t be found anywhere else Shellie Tomlinson is a delightful Southern belle with a terrific sense of humor and a strong sense of who she is She passes that wisdom on in this book in a thoroughly entertaining way I especially like Shellie’s Official Guide to Speaking All Things Southern that is sprinkled throughout the book There were “words” there that I have heard before and wondered what on earth they meant Now Shellie is not some ditzy southern belle without a brain in her head That is probably what I liked best about this book Shellie is intelligent fun and she writes with substance while keeping it light and entertaining She has also included several yummy Southern recipes at the end of each chapter I like that all the recipes were not all just stuck at the end of the book instead you get a little recipe break at the end of the chapter before moving on to the next I really enjoyed Sue Ellen’s Girl Ain’t Fat She Just Weighs Heavy much than I thought I would I liked it so much I already ordered Shellie’s previous book Suck Your Stomach In and Put Some Color On I am really looking forward to reading that one too Whether you live in the South or not Shellie’s book will charm and delight you


  4. says:

    Title SUE ELLEN’S GIRL AIN’T FAT SHE JUST WEIGHS HEAVYAuthor Shellie Rushing TomlinsonPublisher PenguinMay 2011ISBN 978 0 425 24085 4Genre Self helpGuided by principles by the ancient Belle Doctrine Shellie talks about everything from health and fitness—managing the caloric calculations without going Straight Running Crazy and surviving the Raging Inferno Syndromo to the fine Southern art of managing your man Complete with input from Shellie’s reader and fan base and topped off with Southern recipes this book is part therapy part education and all smiles and laughs I wasn’t real sure what to expect when I picked up this book to review It sounded like a fun book to read And it was It has me laughing out loud in the prologue or introduction I read parts of the book out loud when my family wanted to know what I was laughing at And it did have some real advice that women can use—though some they might find beneficial to ignore Such as cutting out one entrée per year after the age of twelve Along with the author if I obeyed that I’d be trying to survive on three grapes and two peanuts—not sure if that’d be a day or rationed to last the yearIf you are looking for some down home Southern humor laced in liberally with your self help book then SUE ELLEN’S GIRL AINT FAT SHE JUST WEIGHS HEAVY should be on the top of your list This is a book you’ll not only want to read but you’ll actually enjoy reading it 1500 320 pages


  5. says:

    My ReviewThis is my first book by Shellie Rushing Tomlinson and I was in for a surprise Shellie is the creator of All Things Southern and strives to give everyone tips and lessons on the southern life Being a southerner I appreciated her efforts and could identify with some of her sayings She just has such a extremely funny way to teaching I have to say the same as Jeff Foxworthy’s uote on the front of the book It is truly a Laugh Out Loud bookShellie covers many topics in this book including gasand yes you heard me right hot flashes health and fitness that huge big hair weight gain being big boned and how to handle bubba with food and yes she had those recipes right in the book In fact at the end of each chapter you will find recipes and great tips and so funny tooSince this is really a woman’s book I highly recommend this to all women We all need laughs in our lives to brighten our mood and this book will surely do thatI was provided a copy of this book by LitFuse Publicity Group in exchange for a review I was not reuired or expected to write a positive review The opinions in this review are mine only


  6. says:

    Can I just start off by saying in my most Rapunzel voice from Tangled BEST BOOK EVER The side notes Official Guide to Speaking All Things Southern had me literally laughing out loud No joke my husband band me from reading it in bed at night because I was keeping him up Shellie has an amazing way of telling the truth about life that keeps you rolling in laughter From the very beginning of the book I felt like I could sit down with her have a glass of sweet tea and laugh for hours Not to mention all the amazing recipes I can not wait to start testing them all out My only regret is that I haven't read her bestseller Suck Your Stomach in Put Some Color On yet which I will be rectifying soon Believe me when I tell you I will be uoting from this book for years to come This is definitely a book that ALL women should read


  7. says:

    Enjoying this one so much that I'm rationing the final chapters so as to extend much needed laughing aloud moments Shellie's uniue story telling talent translates into her writing perfectly So glad I've heard her voice; it seems to arrive on the page with the perfect inflection on each sentence Also appreciating the collection of phrases and anecdotes They are generating forgotten childhood memories causing a desire to go back home and capture stories time for a cousins' reunion? before it's too lateAnd the best result that old huge chip on my shoulder from being country raised is melting down to a splinter The last time I laughed so much while reading about being Southern and knew or am related to so many similar characters was Florence King's Southern Ladies and Gentlemen 1970's still recommend it to those who don't 'get it'Shellie's books are on top of my favorites shelf and will only move down when she publishes the next one


  8. says:

    This book is absolutely hilarious Laugh out loud tears down your face funny At one point I found myself laughing so hard with tears running down my face that I couldn't hardly answer the phone when it rang Then I started telling the person on the other end of the line all about the book The big uestion is How did I miss the first book Suck Your Stomach In Put Some Color On? Now I am gonna have to look that one up Ladies and I say ladies because men just can't appreciate this kind of funny you do not want to miss this one If you follow everything in Shellie's book you are guaranteed a happier easier and all round better life if not funnierThank you thank you thank you Litfuse for sending me this book to review I honestly do not know how I ever got this far in life and marriage without it


  9. says:

    How I wish I could give a book NO starsI don't even know where to begin I believe this might be the very first time maybe second? that I have abandoned a book before actually finishing it I'm currently on page 69 and I can't bring myself to continue reading I just CAN'T do it and not for lack of trying Annoying is the word that comes to mind Well annoying and irritating and unbearable I currently live in the South and have lived in the South for uite a few years now and I have yet to meet anyone who talks or acts like this author She actually comes across as the stereotypical southern woman and I hate it Despite the favorable reviews written on this book I would not recommend it to anyone I know


  10. says:

    Shellie Tomlinson is the Erma Bombeck of the South If you've ever lived in the South or even wanted to live in the South you'll laugh out loud at some of the eccentricities Southerners have that Shellie brings to light She's spot on with some of the uirky Southern behavior Cute book


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Advice on everything from health and fitness managing thy caloric calculations without going Straight Running Crazy and surviving the Raging Inferno Syndrome aka hot flashes to the Southern art of handling your man Bubba Whispering Whether giving busine Can I just start off by saying in my most Rapunzel voice from Tangled BEST BOOK EVER The side notes Official Guide to Speaking All Things Southern had me literally laughing out loud No joke my husband band me from reading it in bed at night because I was keeping him up Shellie has an amazing way of telling the truth about life that keeps you rolling in laughter From the very beginning of the book I felt like I could sit down with her have a glass of sweet tea and laugh for hours Not to mention all the amazing recipes I can not wait to start testing them all out My only regret is that I haven't read her bestseller Suck Your Stomach in Put Some Color On yet which I will be rectifying soon Believe me when I tell you I will be uoting from this book for years to come This is definitely a book that ALL women should read

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The bestselling author of Suck Your Stomach In Put Some Color On returns with helpful how to's and keen observations from Dixie Guided by principles from the ancient Belle Doctrine the host of radio and television's All Things Southern offers down home I was born and raised in the north but for the past decade I have been a southern girl After I moved to North Carolina I felt like I had finally come home and I love all things southern I could not wait to read Sue Ellen’s Girl Ain’t Fat I always enjoy reading books full of that southern wit and wisdom that just can’t be found anywhere else Shellie Tomlinson is a delightful Southern belle with a terrific sense of humor and a strong sense of who she is She passes that wisdom on in this book in a thoroughly entertaining way I especially like Shellie’s Official Guide to Speaking All Things Southern that is sprinkled throughout the book There were “words” there that I have heard before and wondered what on earth they meant Now Shellie is not some ditzy southern belle without a brain in her head That is probably what I liked best about this book Shellie is intelligent fun and she writes with substance while keeping it light and entertaining She has also included several yummy Southern recipes at the end of each chapter I like that all the recipes were not all just stuck at the end of the book instead you get a little recipe break at the end of the chapter before moving on to the next I really enjoyed Sue Ellen’s Girl Ain’t Fat She Just Weighs Heavy much than I thought I would I liked it so much I already ordered Shellie’s previous book Suck Your Stomach In and Put Some Color On I am really looking forward to reading that one too Whether you live in the South or not Shellie’s book will charm and delight you

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Ss tips or debunking the Big Boned Theory making political observations or celebrating the inevitable resurgence of big hair Shellie is an adviser women can relate to and laugh with regardless of their age or which side of the Mason Dixon they call home Enjoying this one so much that I'm rationing the final chapters so as to extend much needed laughing aloud moments Shellie's uniue story telling talent translates into her writing perfectly So glad I've heard her voice; it seems to arrive on the page with the perfect inflection on each sentence Also appreciating the collection of phrases and anecdotes They are generating forgotten childhood memories causing a desire to go back home and capture stories time for a cousins' reunion before it's too lateAnd the best result that old huge chip on my shoulder from being country raised is melting down to a splinter The last time I laughed so much while reading about being Southern and knew or am related to so many similar characters was Florence King's Southern Ladies and Gentlemen 1970's still recommend it to those who don't 'get it'Shellie's books are on top of my favorites shelf and will only move down when she publishes the next one


About the Author: Shellie Rushing Tomlinson

I fell in love with storytelling as a child when my paternal grandmother regaled us with stories of what it was like to come to Louisiana from the hills of Appalachia and set up house in a tent with a dirt floor On the other side of the family tree my paternal grandfather a people loving preacher was known for using humor to draw his listeners to Jesus It's safe to say the two of them marked