6.20.2012

50 Shades of YECHHHH.

So we realize we haven't talked about 50 Shades of Grey on here. At all.

And we promise we probably won't ever again. For the same reason we don't talk about Twilight or Hunger Games or any other poorly written, young adult skewed boredom. And yes, 50 Shades of Grey is young adult fiction to us, despite the graphic and kinda gross sex writing (the first draft was written with the sadsack vampires from that steampile Twilight in place of the leads, for fuck sake). In our brains, it's in the same field, no matter what anyone will ever say to us. Shit is shit.

A quick aside, stop calling it "my sex"!!! It's your fucking cunt. Your aching pussy. Your quivering quim. Just not your "sex". I just vomited on my keyboard.

Anyway, someone also felt like this book was as silly as we do. And those people are geniuses. Because they hired Gilbert Gottfried.

How did it take us so long to find this???*


*It's probably because we've tried desperately to ignore any press about this sad waste of pulp.



6 comments:

  1. There's also this little piece of entertainment
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=on3JCwnwHbU

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    1. Ha ha ha! That's a really great one! Thanks for sharing it. We also noticed that the three old ladies that reviewed the Ray J and Kim K. sex tape did a review of 50 Shades. Pretty funny shit!

      -Rye

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  2. I actually like erotic fiction when it's well written. But this is so unsensual it hurts. *yuk*
    Thumbs up for the Gottfried version though. A very sick little part of me would probably even enjoy it. You know, the way you enjoy splatter movies. *G*

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    1. Yeah, we're totally with you. Good sex writing is amazing. This is not good. However, Gilbert just made it REALLY good. In a very different way.

      -Rye

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  3. I read 50 Shades of Grey, just so I could make sure I could talk about it intelligently... and that's several hours of my life I will never get back. However, it has served to open dialogue amongst a number of my vanilla friends about making sex more fun, and has made them try things they never would have otherwise... so I guess that's a good thing: Just about anything that gets people talking about sex in a positive way and opening them to accepting and trying new things seems like it can't be *all* bad.

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    1. We're totally with you there! American society is so fucking repressed sexually, in that we never talk about sex. If it takes some piece of shit like this to get people into exploring each other and actually fucking or talking about how they like to fuck, then more power to it!

      -Rye

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