Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Madea in Print

Hellerrrr!

This is Madea, how yall doing.(please read this is your most propperrr Madea Voice)

Listen I wrote a book. I got tired of all ya'll asking me all kinds of advice so I wrote down all the advice that I could and put it in this book.It's called it "DON'T MAKE A BLACK WOMAN TAKE OFF HER EARRINGS", and I mean it. It will be on the stands April 11th just in time to make you laugh after paying your taxes.Ya'll got to read this book. I talk about every thing from the miracles of Vaseline to "klink klink lock down". This is my first book and I don't want it to be my last so for all ya'll who like to read, and for ya'll who don't read this is a book you will enjoy. So, pick it up. It is wonderfurr. You can get the book at my favorite store Walmart, or any book store, including that Barney and Nobles place, and all them other places where you readers go to get something to read. I hope you enjoy it and put it on your book club list cause it ain't never gonna make it to Oprah's book club. I guess if Springer had one, this book would be right at home. If you need a laugh or just some advice on relationships, dating, love, money, and raising children Madea style, or killing your husband without getting caught then this is the book for you. So, if you need a laugh or you know somebody that is so stuck up that they look like they been sucking lemons then buy this book for them.They will think you're being nice, but the truth is you want them to relax before you go off on them.

Thank yourrr
Madearrr.


I love Tyler Perry and what he stands for. This guy has stuck to his guns in Hollywood and has kept the main message in his plays and soon to be movies. His plays have a message of faith and forgiveness in them and even though they are primarily directed to Christians I think most of us can do well to learn a thing or two from it. My sister sent me this e-mail because I am a huge fan of the plays. This coming month of May, Tyler Perry arrives in Minneapolis to do his play "Madea goes to Jail". I will be stuck studying for finals and won't be able to make it. I can take solace in knowing that God Willing one of these summery days I can take a trip to the closest venue to watch him live. I am looking forward to getting the book too.

7 comments:

scarlet lips said...

DAMN. You just reminded me. I wanted to rent Mad Black Woman & Madea Family reunion. Heard they're both halarious.

And crash..and shawshank redemption...and a bunch more......

SleepDepraved said...

You renting the plays or the movies? Cause madea family reunion movie ain't out yet. YOu will enjoy it. I dunno about crash though. I love shawshank redemption and I don't mind watching it over and over again. But then again don't take the word of a woman who has watched Finding Nemo 16 times.

BlueEpocha said...

Lool....Yeah I haven't watched Madea's Family Reunion yet but LOVED Diary of a Mad Black Woman...as for Crash I recommend it very much I broke down twice, literally, when usually is tears just streaming down my cheeks n no body reaction....16 times wow, but then again I shouldn't act all surprised its like that for me with the Mirror Has Two Faces, I can finish watching it n rewind right there n then and watch it again n it's like the first time...

Anonymous said...

how low can ppl get???…there is some serious lack of inspiration around here!!! wow!

scarlet lips said...
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scarlet lips said...

^Anon, you bitter hag. Go and suck on an old sock dipped in vinegar and take ur negativity to people who care.

NATIVE FEMALE said...

Just reminded me that I also need to rent Diary of a Mad Black Woman. I’ve seen crash though and it’s a good movie…..it did have me in tears at some parts. But the movies that had me bawling my eyes out was The Constant Gardener. I left the cinema with my eyes all red and a lot of mixed emotions running through me. That movie made me practically change my whole plan for the future. I even made my dad watch it……..and he doesn’t watch movies. When the movie was over we ended up have a very emotional discussion concerning the conspiracies surrounding drug companies and their actions in Africa….I was crying yet again (that’s how strongly about the whole thing).
Anyway y’all gotta watch it……and I hope you like it. If anything I hope it makes y’all think twice about the plight facing the motherland