“Y’all Are Rude!”- Miss Lora’s Comedy Webseries Breaks 1,000,000 and Hits TV!

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Miss Lora, the Trailer Trash Miz Manners, has over 1,000,000 hits on the Youtube comedy series “Y’all Are Rude!” with her advice on manners & baking soda which is now being featured on KPDR Powder TV! “Y’all Are Rude!” is a follow up to the popular “The Southern Guide to Internet Dating” which also got over 1,000,000 views and landed Miss Lora on the CBS hit Rachael Ray Show as a favorite Youtube expert.

Miss Lora, the Trailer Trash Miz Manners

“The world is rude, rude, rude and lots of folks like my advice on politeness and baking soda, hon – really, cause it’s smart - and funny!” says Miss Lora, the self appointed Southern etiquette and everything else expert.

Miss Lora, the Trailer Trash Miz Manners, hits over 1,000,000 views again on her second comedy webseries “Y’all Are Rude!” which is also being featured on broadcast station KPDR Powder TV 19. “The world is rude, rude, rude and lots of folks like my advice on politeness and baking soda, hon – really, cause it’s smart - and funny!” says Miss Lora, the self-appointed Southern etiquette and everything else expert.

“Y’all Are Rude!” showing on KPDR TV in Salt Lake City, is a follow up to the popular “The Southern Guide to Internet Dating” which got more than 1,000,000 hits on Clipser.com from frustrated singles and landed Miss Lora on the CBS hit Rachael Ray talk show as a favorite YouTube expert. She focused on dating and matchmaking then but now she’s giving her down home and dead on advice about love, life, family, celebrities, work, kids, relationships, bosses and more. In each week’s episode of “Y’all Are Rude!”, Miss Lora answers emails from viewers about rude situations, gossips about her friends and neighbors and gives a tip on her favorite miracle product: baking soda. “You can use baking soda on your body, your house, your car – I like to keep my fans guessin’ what I’ll come up with next!”

Miss Lora’s alter ego is actor, writer, stand up comedian and voiceover artist Lora Cain who fakes a California accent on such TV shows as Jimmy Kimmel Live, CNN Heroes, Wheel of Fortune, Caught in the Act and Platinum Weddings, films and video games such as Fallout: New Vegas, commercials for Subaru and McDonalds, documentaries for HGTV and Disney, news promos for CNN and MSNBC. A Harper Collins self-help author and communications expert, Cain has been seen on such shows as The View and Rachael Ray. She has been a radio and TV personality and voice talent for stations in California, Texas, Florida, New York, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Washington, North Carolina, New Mexico, Nevada, Colorado, Missouri, Indiana, Arizona, Michigan, Lousiana, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky and Washington DC.

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