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MY wifw has just been given a copy of '50 shades of gray' by a friend. Should I be worried?

 
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MY wifw has just been given a copy of '50 shades of gray' by a friend. Should I be worried?
Out here on these Greek islands there's sfa to do for ex-pats and my wifehas just been given a copy of that book by a (female friend. Should I be worried, or just buy some rope??
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08/07/2012 08:48 AM
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Oh the sparky people got her. hahahaha

C-ya.
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Oh the sparky people got her. hahahaha

C-ya.
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And I didn't even get asked to watch. lol

Productive answers please!
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08/07/2012 08:54 AM
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Re: MY wifw has just been given a copy of '50 shades of gray' by a friend. Should I be worried?
You are already worried, or you would not have posted this thread.

Deal with your worry by talking to your wife instead of strangers.
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Re: MY wifw has just been given a copy of '50 shades of gray' by a friend. Should I be worried?
start building that room of pain/pleasure5a
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08/07/2012 08:55 AM
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Re: MY wifw has just been given a copy of '50 shades of gray' by a friend. Should I be worried?
Greece you say? She's gonna be more interested in being spanked and doing Greek-style sidewaysbananasex
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08/07/2012 08:56 AM
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Re: MY wifw has just been given a copy of '50 shades of gray' by a friend. Should I be worried?
Burn it.
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Re: MY wifw has just been given a copy of '50 shades of gray' by a friend. Should I be worried?
My wife is reading it. She wants it every night right now. Once she's done book 1 I'm getting her book 2.

Pay attention to when she puts the book down, and that's the time to take advantage.

win, win.
Roll Tide Roll.
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Spank the shit out of her! And of her friend too...
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08/07/2012 09:03 AM
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Re: MY wifw has just been given a copy of '50 shades of gray' by a friend. Should I be worried?
My girlfriend bought the three books, she's on the third one now.

Since she's started reading them I've tied her up and I'll spare any further details and then on another occasion tied her up, blindfolded her and gagged her.


Only good things can come from it.
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Re: MY wifw has just been given a copy of '50 shades of gray' by a friend. Should I be worried?
Thank you everyone. I@m worried, it's true, but replies from 05 & 09 sound promising! I don't think it's the end of the world but it does send s a message. BTW, I'm an ex-pat, so not too Greek in everything!
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08/07/2012 09:07 AM
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Re: MY wifw has just been given a copy of '50 shades of gray' by a friend. Should I be worried?
Ask a sailor for help with knots :-)
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08/07/2012 09:15 AM
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Re: MY wifw has just been given a copy of '50 shades of gray' by a friend. Should I be worried?
THERE IS SO MUCH TALK ABOUT THIS BOOK 50 SHADES OF GRAY AND PEOPLE SAYING THEIR MATES THEN WANTED TO BE TIED UP.

ARE PEOPLE REALLY THAT INHIBITED IN THE BEDROOM?

I HAVE BEEN TIED UP AND HIM TOO MORE TIMES THAN I CAN COUNT AND HAVE HAD IT EVERY WAY.

WHAT EVER FEELS GOOD.

I THINK THE BOOK IS FOR PEOPLE WHO LACK IMAGINATION AND PASSION.
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08/07/2012 12:27 PM
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Just be prepared to fuck a lot when she is finished reading for the night!
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08/07/2012 12:28 PM
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Re: MY wifw has just been given a copy of '50 shades of gray' by a friend. Should I be worried?
mt girl read it, i was worried at first but now i think she likes her hair being pulled all of a sudden so many its good?~! lol

its not a hard read
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08/07/2012 12:31 PM
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Re: MY wifw has just been given a copy of '50 shades of gray' by a friend. Should I be worried?
Its a book, Ive read books on all sorts of wild stuff and doesnt mean I actually imitate or carry it out. Its called IMAGINATION .

Guess people do not have the intellect to separate their imagination and their real life

Hope the feminists are happy that respect for women has backslided back to stone age
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08/07/2012 12:34 PM
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Re: MY wifw has just been given a copy of '50 shades of gray' by a friend. Should I be worried?
I really don't like writing bad reviews. I admire people who have the courage to put pen to paper and expose themselves to the whole world, especially those writing erotica. Having just finished this book, however, I feel compelled to write a review.

About half way through the book, I looked up the author to see if she was a teenager. I really did because the characters are out of a 16 year old's fantasy. The main male character is a billionaire (not a millionaire but a billionaire) who speaks fluent French, is basically a concert level pianist, is a fully trained pilot, is athletic, drop dead gorgeous, tall, built perfectly with an enormous penis, and the best lover on the planet. In addition, he's not only self made but is using his money to combat world hunger. Oh yeah, and all of this at the ripe old age of 26! And on top of that, he's never working. Every second is spent having sex or texting and emailing the female character. His billions seem to have just come about by magic. It seriously feels like 2 teenage girls got together and decided to create their "dream man" and came up with Christian Grey.

Then come the sex scenes. The first one is tolerable but as she goes on, they become so unbelievable that it becomes more laughable than erotic. She orgasms at the drop of a hat. He says her name and she orgasms. He simply touches her and she orgasms. It seems that she's climaxing on every page.

Then there's the writing. If you take out the parts where the female character is blushing or chewing her lips, the book will be down to about 50 pages. Almost on every single page, there is a whole section devoted to her blushing, chewing her lips or wondering "Jeez" about something or another. Then there's the use of "shades of". He's "fifty shades of @#$%% up," "she turned 7 shades of crimson," "he's ten shades of x,y, and z." Seriously?

The writing is just not up to par, the characters are unbelievable, and the sex verges on the comical. I don't know what happens in the remaining books and I do not intend to read them to find out. But given the maturity level of the first book, I imagine that they get married, have 2 perfect children, cure world hunger, and live happily ever after while riding into the sunset, as the female character climaxes on her horse causing her to chew her bottom lip and blush fifty shades of crimson. Jeez!
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08/07/2012 12:37 PM
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Re: MY wifw has just been given a copy of '50 shades of gray' by a friend. Should I be worried?
Out here on these Greek islands there's sfa to do for ex-pats and my wifehas just been given a copy of that book by a (female friend. Should I be worried, or just buy some rope??
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give her virgina a good tounge lashing while she is reading it....oh and dont forget her fartbox while your down there .
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08/07/2012 12:38 PM
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Re: MY wifw has just been given a copy of '50 shades of gray' by a friend. Should I be worried?
I really don't like writing bad reviews. I admire people who have the courage to put pen to paper and expose themselves to the whole world, especially those writing erotica. Having just finished this book, however, I feel compelled to write a review.

About half way through the book, I looked up the author to see if she was a teenager. I really did because the characters are out of a 16 year old's fantasy. The main male character is a billionaire (not a millionaire but a billionaire) who speaks fluent French, is basically a concert level pianist, is a fully trained pilot, is athletic, drop dead gorgeous, tall, built perfectly with an enormous penis, and the best lover on the planet. In addition, he's not only self made but is using his money to combat world hunger. Oh yeah, and all of this at the ripe old age of 26! And on top of that, he's never working. Every second is spent having sex or texting and emailing the female character. His billions seem to have just come about by magic. It seriously feels like 2 teenage girls got together and decided to create their "dream man" and came up with Christian Grey.

Then come the sex scenes. The first one is tolerable but as she goes on, they become so unbelievable that it becomes more laughable than erotic. She orgasms at the drop of a hat. He says her name and she orgasms. He simply touches her and she orgasms. It seems that she's climaxing on every page.

Then there's the writing. If you take out the parts where the female character is blushing or chewing her lips, the book will be down to about 50 pages. Almost on every single page, there is a whole section devoted to her blushing, chewing her lips or wondering "Jeez" about something or another. Then there's the use of "shades of". He's "fifty shades of @#$%% up," "she turned 7 shades of crimson," "he's ten shades of x,y, and z." Seriously?

The writing is just not up to par, the characters are unbelievable, and the sex verges on the comical. I don't know what happens in the remaining books and I do not intend to read them to find out. But given the maturity level of the first book, I imagine that they get married, have 2 perfect children, cure world hunger, and live happily ever after while riding into the sunset, as the female character climaxes on her horse causing her to chew her bottom lip and blush fifty shades of crimson. Jeez!
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Yup, its just psych ops to dumb down the planet. As if we werent already dumbed down already...
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08/07/2012 12:41 PM
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Re: MY wifw has just been given a copy of '50 shades of gray' by a friend. Should I be worried?
You should be more worried if she watches Bridges of Madison County
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08/07/2012 12:43 PM
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smell her fingers
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Re: MY wifw has just been given a copy of '50 shades of gray' by a friend. Should I be worried?
I really don't like writing bad reviews. I admire people who have the courage to put pen to paper and expose themselves to the whole world, especially those writing erotica. Having just finished this book, however, I feel compelled to write a review.

About half way through the book, I looked up the author to see if she was a teenager. I really did because the characters are out of a 16 year old's fantasy. The main male character is a billionaire (not a millionaire but a billionaire) who speaks fluent French, is basically a concert level pianist, is a fully trained pilot, is athletic, drop dead gorgeous, tall, built perfectly with an enormous penis, and the best lover on the planet. In addition, he's not only self made but is using his money to combat world hunger. Oh yeah, and all of this at the ripe old age of 26! And on top of that, he's never working. Every second is spent having sex or texting and emailing the female character. His billions seem to have just come about by magic. It seriously feels like 2 teenage girls got together and decided to create their "dream man" and came up with Christian Grey.

Then come the sex scenes. The first one is tolerable but as she goes on, they become so unbelievable that it becomes more laughable than erotic. She orgasms at the drop of a hat. He says her name and she orgasms. He simply touches her and she orgasms. It seems that she's climaxing on every page.

Then there's the writing. If you take out the parts where the female character is blushing or chewing her lips, the book will be down to about 50 pages. Almost on every single page, there is a whole section devoted to her blushing, chewing her lips or wondering "Jeez" about something or another. Then there's the use of "shades of". He's "fifty shades of @#$%% up," "she turned 7 shades of crimson," "he's ten shades of x,y, and z." Seriously?

The writing is just not up to par, the characters are unbelievable, and the sex verges on the comical. I don't know what happens in the remaining books and I do not intend to read them to find out. But given the maturity level of the first book, I imagine that they get married, have 2 perfect children, cure world hunger, and live happily ever after while riding into the sunset, as the female character climaxes on her horse causing her to chew her bottom lip and blush fifty shades of crimson. Jeez!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21174143


Pretty much, it begins by him wanteing to own her, and in the end she owns him. Al the rest if female fantasy filler, where a young girl just starting out controls a man better than herself.
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Re: MY wifw has just been given a copy of '50 shades of gray' by a friend. Should I be worried?
Funny how alot of women wont watch porn but they will read the shit out it! you sir should make the most of the moment and deliver to her a jolly good bonking !!
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Re: MY wifw has just been given a copy of '50 shades of gray' by a friend. Should I be worried?
In Seattle, where the majority of the book takes place, the Hotel Max offers the "Fifty Shades of Seattle" package which includes a two-night stay for two in an Artist King room on Hotel Max's 8th floor, where the hallways are decorated with "The Making of a Date," which according to the hotel is "a series of alluring, larger-than-life photos by Seattle photographer Amy Mullen that are sure to set the mood for love," a 30-minute helicopter ride with Seattle Helitours and chauffeured, luxury town car to take you there and back.
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08/07/2012 12:56 PM
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Re: MY wifw has just been given a copy of '50 shades of gray' by a friend. Should I be worried?
I wouldn't be worried. It's just a book, albeit badly written. Don't take advantage of her, though.
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08/07/2012 12:58 PM
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Re: MY wifw has just been given a copy of '50 shades of gray' by a friend. Should I be worried?
The only time you will need to worry is when you run out of viagra.

My wife got a couple of weeks ago and we've been like rabbits ever since. It's like we're experienced teenagers.

You need to send her friend a thank you letter.

PS...When she's not around you need to read a couple of pages and give her what she needs.
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Hope your enjoy your 'drain' being 'plugged'. charlie

"You will not be punished for your anger, you will be punished by your anger"
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Re: MY wifw has just been given a copy of '50 shades of gray' by a friend. Should I be worried?
A lot of lonely married women who wish their love lives were more like that crazy book.
It's called fantasy for a reason.

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