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Jeanne Robertson "Don't ship a person to the grocery retailer!"



Jeanne is on Sirius & XM Radio this clip is from Jeanne’s Southern Style!
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  1. Miss Jeanne, I had to let you know — I have a dear friend who is a minister and she has terminal cancer. I have been sending her your pieces so that she can listen and smile.

    Thank you.

  2. @patsytoland Thx Patsy. I'll make sure to lelt the tolks at XM know you're out there. I'm so pleased you enjoy my work. Now if you run off the road laughing during that long drive, it's not my fault! 🙂 Keep listening. Jeanne

  3. I so wish I would have known about you and your stories Jeanne! Fantastic to hear such good, clean, authentic humor 😀 Could listen to you for hours and if you're ever speaking anywhere within a day's drive from where I live in NW New Brunswick, Canada, I'll be there! Thank you for sharing here.

  4. A dear friend of mine sent me the audio of your 'Don't send a man to the grocery store' more than a year ago so when I discovered your website I returned the favor so she could enjoy the videos on there. Thank you doesn't begin to cover how much I appreciate and enjoy your humor. I am a firm believer finding humor in the every day happenings of our lives. My Mom is 96 and still makes us laugh all the time! God bless you and Jerry as you follow your passion!

  5. Wow! Thanks. What fun. Hope they like the story and the recipe. "Taste of the South" magazine made it in the test kitchen and pronounced it good! Did a story on it which is on my website. You won't believe it. My mother died in 35+ years ago and I've sill got some of her dishes and … and things she said always pop into my mind. Wish I could have met our "Southern tradition Mom." Keep laughing! Jeanne

  6. America's Test Kitchen has an entry today on their Facebook page about 7-up cake. Naturally, I HAD to send them the link to this. I still laugh every time I see. I inherited the Tupperware and dishes my mother used to take food to friends. It's delightful to hear your hysterical story about our Southern traditions. Mom would have been in stitches hearing you speak.

  7. Jeanne, I am just hearing you for the first time and I get that you are from somewhere in the south. My parents live in Pine Bluff, Arkansas and I live in Michigan. Listening to your heartfelt stories reminds me of them and I like that—thanks for the laughs!

  8. Jeanne, I am just hearing you for the first time and I get that you are from somewhere in the south. My parents live in Pine Bluff, Arkansas and I live in Michigan. Listening to your heartfelt stories reminds me of them and I like thank—thanks for the laughs!

  9. I discovered your humor via a Facebook posting–and you rock!
    Real, clean humor that you don't have to "clean up" is fantastic.
    I loved the raft ride description…and all of the others I listened to this evening–and I've personally learned the risks of sending "Left Brain" to the store. Humor has gotten me through the toughest times in my life, and I love to see others celebrating humor too!

  10. What I enjoy most about your humor is that I, too, am married to a Left Brain. My father who passed 9 years ago (& was an engineer!!), used to say "When you ask Dan what time it is, he'll tell you how a watch works & in an hour you WILL know how to make a watch, but you still won't know what time it is…" Thank you so much for your wonderful videos……

  11. My mom sent me the MP3 version of this to me a while back. She passed earlier this month very suddenly and I've had an extremely difficult time. I had my ITunes on random, and this MP3 came up. I suddenly felt like she was sending me a joke and a smile from the other side. Thank you for that!

  12. Back in the day, when I collected "Miss America's," I had pics, autographs, & letters of every beauty queen, right down to Miss Watermelon Seed (not really). Anyway, the year after Maria Beale Fletcher of Asheville won Miss America, NC proudly sent one of the best-loved non-winners to Atlantic City – Jeanne Flynn Swanner, over 6' tall and played the ukelele. She didn't win the pageant, but she easily won 'Miss Congeniality!" Have loved her ever since!

  13. I have watched this so many times and it never gets old. I just showed it to my 13 year old son who was squealing because he lives with the shorter, rounder versions of both.

    I was trained to feed by a professional. 😉

  14. Just discovered you via an email from a Ham friend in Montana, the Colorado Raft ride :-). Both my wife and I laughed our heads off. Put me in mind of Phyllis Diller.
    I came searching for more of your vids. Great Stuff. Will sure try to get to see you if you do some kind of public performance over here.
    Oh, I'm a right-brained, left-brain, if you get my drift.

  15. On a lighter note……………..you southerners will get this. You northerners will not. I used to be a west (left) coast woman and then made the questionable decision to move to Kentucky. I didn't get it at first but I sure do get it now because it is ALL true! They don't do this kind of stuff in California. No one eats there. Just twigs and branches!

  16. Absolutely loved it! I think 'left brain' and my 'pet orangatang' must have had the same father! Only difference being left brain cottoned on to what he had done wrong and brazened it out, my 'pet' wouldn't have worked it out! Although, to give him his due, he once went to the PO to post letters and got half way back when it dawned on him that post boxes aren't green! He went back to the PO to discover he'd put the letters in the rubbish bin! Have watched all the videos now, love them. Thank you

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