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50 Shades of Gray ?

Started by Bez, June 27, 2012, 08:52:12 am

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Bez

Seems to be the book of the summer...."mummy porn" according to the BBC. Apparently B&Q have completely run out of cable ties.... ::)

Anyone read it ?
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Neph

Every woman in my work is reading this and since I'm the only male member of staff that's a lot. If it was a bunch of men passing around a wank mag we'd be called filth merchants but, for some reason, it's acceptable for woman to pass this around. Fifty Shade Of Grey? Fifty Shades Of Filth morelike. Down with this sort of thing.
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döm

My wife and her entire circle of female friends seem to be speaking about nothing else at the moment.
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Craig Smith

Mrs S. has just read this for her "book group".

She thought it was rubbish and is now reading the Hunger Games trilogy.

I just skimmed through it for the good bits.  :P
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My wife has read the 3 of them..........says they are shite, but filthy.

Go figure......

Gandalf

June 27, 2012, 18:28:32 pm #5 Last Edit: June 27, 2012, 18:31:00 pm by Gandalf
Read 50 S of G on my Kindle whilst sunbathing in Tenerife.  Erotic and enjoyable.  Thought provoking at times - what limits would you go to in order to satisfy your partner?  I had to make use of a towel to hide my rising excitement on several occasions :)
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JonL

Clare's reading it now.Hoping to benefit later.  :o
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Straight Shooter

Quote from: dom on June 27, 2012, 11:16:42 am
My wife and her entire circle of female friends seem to be speaking about nothing else at the moment.

In a circle did you say?.........................  :-X  ;)
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Jonners

SPOILER ALERT

Our secretary yesterday was discussing it, and came out with the immortal phrase:-

"Its fecking shit, there's no bum sex in it"

(sorry if thats ruined the plot for anyone)
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zoony

Are there any pictures in it?

Matt2112

The Indie Chick borrowed it off her mate to take on holiday and ease the tedium while sunbathing over the last week.  Her verdict? 

"Awfully-written shite".

Having read a random few pages here and there, I can say it isn't even that good.

Check out the unfavourable reviews on Amazon; vastly more entertaining and more worthy of folks' time.
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döm

June 28, 2012, 19:32:58 pm #11 Last Edit: June 28, 2012, 19:35:53 pm by dom
Louise thinks its very poorly written.  Anais  Nin was better apparently.  She's also worried about the amount of 16/17 year old girls who appear to be reading it and how it will give them a misleading idea of relationships.  The woman being the poor innocent having to be taught and controlled by the man.

EDIT;  She does think though that it will generate more discussion than any other book they've done at her book club.
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JonL

Quote from: Matt2112 on June 28, 2012, 19:03:25 pm
The Indie Chick borrowed it off her mate to take on holiday and ease the tedium while sunbathing over the last week.  Her verdict? 

"Awfully-written shite".


This year's daVinci Code then, with added rumpy.
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Richard_2112

Every bloody woman I know is reading this and their reluctance to acknowledge that it's just porn is staggering!

Plus it gives young singletons like myself a very tough time thanks to the delusions it's now giving people. Lessons I've learnt from this book in order to be attractive to women:

Be young, handsome, intellegent, filthy rich, have a freakish obsession with BDSM, and have a huge penis...

1/6 is a start I suppose...
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Nïckslïkk2112

Haven't read it. Mrs S hasn't read it. Neither of us are likely too.

But what's with using the seppo spelling of Grey Big Boy?
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