Amazon Listing for, submitted by Beanbagz. In 2000 Jeff Foxworthy inexplicably wrote an autobiography. Even more confusing, a professional publisher released this book and a few people actually bought it. I'm sure Foxworthy tells a bunch of Redneck jokes, some down-home anecdotes about fucking cats or whatever he used to do before he stopped fucking cats, and then leave us with a poginant lesson about cat anuses and lubrication. I'm not really interested in what Foxworthy wrote, because there is much more comedy to be found in what his nearly retarded fans had to say.
I really fun read, March 4, 2000
Reviewer: Brent Kopetski (see more about me) from Berkeley, CA
As all of the good books I read...this one was read within two days. I don't know what it is about me and biographies of interesting people, but this is a good one. It's filled with real life stories we wouild all like to tell. Yes...he is famous...but this book makes you feel like you are along with him on his wild red-neck lifestyle. It will make you feel like you were with him during his wild escapades. I really would have loved to be there with his adventures. Some people may take offense, but if you enjoy fun at all costs..this is the book for you. Keep in mind. Don't read this if you are an ultra vegetarian. It's for real people that love adventure.
That was I really fun read! Too bad I'm an ultra vegetarian, I'm sure I would enjoy the book otherwise.
Excellent, March 1, 1999
Reviewer: A reader
I thought that Jeff is a great writer. If you don't like comedy then you better not read this book. Also if you don't like Jeff's comedy then I wouldn't read it. Jeff shows that being a complete redneck is not all bad, and he shows that it isn't bad. I would rate this book 5 stars all of the way
I DO NOT LIKE COMEDY. I DO NOT LIKE JEFF'S COMEDY. I WILL NOT READ IT.
the book was great a classic no book has been as good!!!, November 11, 1997
Reviewer: An Amazon.com Customer
i love this book, this book will always be a instant classic because the book was just so dang laugh-out-loud hilarous! and most of all more people should be a so called"redneck" if more funny books like theis one will come out!
My only complaint is that there are not more of these genius reviews.
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