I think I've never really felt that the Madea character was all that funny but, then again, I've never seen all of the movies in which the character was used. I thought the audiobook could be different, but it wasn't.
Rules to Remember. All simple wisdom but sometimes life can get in the way of your memory.
Simple, the voice of Madea. Madea's voice is half of the entertainment value.
Other than the frequent, "Oh my God, did she just say that?". I laughed a good deal with this audiobook.
I thoroughly recommend this book during your normal traffic filled commute. It will make the time fly.
very high on the list of books with useful advice
Tyler Perry revealing the origins of the name Madea
laughed a lot while driving
I love this character and Tyler Perry is so authentic that I forget it is him in character. Madea is funny!
I love the simple wisdom in Madea's approach to life and the underlying good of the message. Be responsible for yourself and don't take any $hit from idiots.
Yes - just as good.
yes I did,
Never read the print version but yes because it has the Madea flavor that would be missed if I read it.
It was amazing! Tyler Perry continues to amaze me as a play wright, writer, actor, and so much more.
on a scale of 1-10 the book is a 10
The way he switch between characters
Yes the section where Madea tells us black ladies about our beauty that we posses
Madea's voice, just like the others: Funny and truthful
yes, just spectacular
Laugh till tears come out
A must read
I am a big Madea fan
None this was the funniest stuff
He is using his Madea voice
Yes the about the dirty people and vaseoline
I laugh so hard I was coughing
Old TV Fan
I have listened to it at least 3 times already. Whenever I don't have another book to listen to I know I will be entertained with this one again and again.
This really does not apply because there is only one character
Vaseline - anytime she mentions it I just crack up.