Fifty Shades of Grey: Book One of the Fifty Shades Trilogy (Fifty Shades of Grey Series) Paperback – April 3, 2012

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Fifty Shades of Grey: Book One of the Fifty Shades Trilogy (Fifty Shades of Grey Series) Paperback – April 3, 2012

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I pity you [R]

2 years, 4 months agoemiruE posted submission on iamverysmart.
June 15, 2017
2 years, 4 months agoemiruE posted on iamverysmart.
June 15, 2017

? Am i smart already?

[Humble Bundle] Wild Frontier Bundle / PWYW for Gods Will Be Watching, Ice Lakes and FRONTIERS / BTA for Hard West, Renowned Explorers: International Society and SPINTIRES / $13 for Slime Rancher [R]

2 years, 6 months agoGavinZac posted submission on GameDeals.
April 18, 2017
2 years, 6 months agoGavinZac posted on GameDeals.
April 19, 2017

So Steam should be arbiters of what is a good game or not? Would people be happy if Amazon stop people publishing shitty barely disguised fan fiction 'asset flips'?

These developers have paid to have their game listed. I think that's perfectly fair to sell them if the consumer knows what they are getting. And if the consumer doesn't have to wade through the shit to see good games. I'm not sure what more you want Steam to do other than give people the ability to return games that are terrible and reduce the likelihood they'll try them in the first place. One person's shitty asset flip is another person's DoTA. One person's low-effort engine reuse is another person's Garry's Mod.

What are your thoughts on women watching/ reading 50 Shades of Grey? [R]

2 years, 10 months agoDec. 7, 2016

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2 years, 10 months agoAmyAloha78 posted on AskMen.
Dec. 7, 2016

I, a woman, cannot believe so many women fell for this shit.

What's it about? A 22-year-old college student who has never had a boyfriend (understandable), intercourse (understandable), or an EMAIL ADDRESS (WTF??? This is modern-day America and she supposedly made it through college having never sent an email in her life!), meets a billionaire/philanthropist/concert pianist/helicopter pilot/self-made corporate CEO who's 26 (WTF???). Together, he tries to be her dom, despite the fact that he doesn't listen to her, doesn't take into account what will actually pleasure her (he tells her, doesn't ask her), and just beats her to assuage his own demons.

And they supposedly fall in love. I couldn't make it past book 2, where NOTHING HAPPENS.

It's one of the worst books I have ever read in my life. If people want to read erotic romance, give Maya Banks, Shayla Black, Jaci Burton, or Lorelei James a shot instead. Much better writing and much better character development. This book was so poorly written it was laughably bad.

And women everywhere bought it. I'm embarrassed for my kind...

(Think I'm just being bitter? The Amazon reviews spell it out much better than I just did.)

EDIT: Fixed the link

How successful is the series, anyway? [R]

3 years, 1 month agoevoblade posted submission on dresdenfiles.
Aug. 21, 2016

Something I've often wondered, especially since now that Jim got his TV series rights back. Does the dresden series actually sell that well? I've checked Wikipedia and the like but no clues were offered.

3 years, 1 month agoevoblade posted on dresdenfiles.
Aug. 28, 2016

The amazon reviews are better literature than the book.

https://www.amazon.com/Fifty-Shades-Grey-Book-Trilogy/dp/0345803485

Nathan Grayson complains about entitled gamers making Valve pull paid mods from the Steam workshop [R]

4 years, 5 months agolonewolfbro posted submission on KotakuInAction.
April 29, 2015
4 years, 5 months agolonewolfbro posted on KotakuInAction.
April 29, 2015

Only thing i could think when I read your comment http://www.amazon.com/Fifty-Shades-Grey-Book-Trilogy/dp/0345803485

PG GAT-X105 Strike Gundam Deactive - Ideas [R]

4 years, 6 months agoTiro1000 posted submission on Gunpla.
April 10, 2015

Wanting to paint my Strike in Deactive mode... wondering if anyone has any ideas on good colors to use... Thanks in advance

Imgur Album: http://imgur.com/a/XVZ4Z

4 years, 6 months agoTiro1000 posted on Gunpla.
April 10, 2015

Seriously though, this is a PG. You're gonna need quite a few shades of gray for this, like fifty of them.

Here's a good palette to choose from: http://www.amazon.com/Fifty-Shades-Grey-Book-Trilogy/dp/0345803485/ref=sr11?ie=UTF8&qid=1428718989&sr=8-1&keywords=fifty+shades+of+grey

I look forward to seeing the final result!

I honestly feel bad for the guy who is dating that girl (he is a Redditor btw) [R]

4 years, 7 months agoMr_James119 posted submission on TumblrInAction.
March 4, 2015
4 years, 7 months agoMr_James119 posted on TumblrInAction.
March 4, 2015

She wants a man who will acknowledge their status as oppressor?

This might be just for her!

London Underground Tongue Click Ping Pong Battle [R]

4 years, 10 months agonightwolf2350 posted submission on videos.
Nov. 24, 2014
4 years, 10 months agonightwolf2350 posted on videos.
Nov. 24, 2014

This bot excist?

Mhmm. Give me the prices!

A Canadian Best Seller [R]

5 years, 1 month agobenzensulfonic posted submission on WTF.
Aug. 22, 2014
5 years, 1 month agobenzensulfonic posted on WTF.
Aug. 23, 2014

Examples of bad writing? [R]

5 years, 2 months agoRimbosity posted submission on writing.
Aug. 13, 2014

Could we list some examples of bad writing? (I understand opinions will vary)

And I think more importantly, what is bad writing? I've been absorbing all the tips/tricks/advice posted on this sub and am wondering what all of you mean by "bad writing."

Is it poor writing technique and style or is it more the story and its execution? OR is it just people hating on things like 50 shades of gray and Harry Potter because they sold millions of copies? I understand any published works can't be the worst, but obviously some are better than others.

I'm a long time reader of several genres but new to writing and was wondering what you would consider "bad writing."

We need a GGG in EVERY tech department. [R]

5 years, 2 months agoJuly 24, 2014
5 years, 2 months agodirtydeedsatretail posted on AdviceAnimals.
July 25, 2014

Pope excommunicates all Mafia members from the Catholic Church. [R]

5 years, 3 months agoJune 21, 2014

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5 years, 3 months agoBigcrazyrock posted on worldnews.
June 25, 2014

no it is not the same thing just bc you say it is. I challenge you to go on the site in question and link to ANY porn you see/find. dont say i dont read german bc google translate.

you will probably find nothing worse than this:

http://www.amazon.com/Fifty-Shades-Grey-Book-Trilogy/dp/0345803485/ref=sr11?ie=UTF8&qid=1403738332&sr=8-1&keywords=50+shades+of+gray

i doubt you can get a dvd of buttslammers 89 on that site. prove me wrong if you can though.

[Contest] Quick Monday book contest [R]

5 years, 8 months agochoimyeong posted submission on Random_Acts_Of_Amazon.
Jan. 27, 2014

Contest is CLOSED! Winners are: revmamacrystal, mrsblack1029, and Qu1nlan!


I'm on my phone at school, because my Internet at home is dead ): still wanted to have my weekly contest, but it feels so weird doing it on the phone >_< editing is a bitch too! Stupid iPhone ):< enough of my complaining, time for your contest!

So for the contest, tell me about a time you were without something and it threw everything off for you!

Also link me a book ~$5 or less including shipping.

Contest will end when I get to work around 4 PM PST!

5 years, 8 months agochoimyeong posted on Random_Acts_Of_Amazon.
Jan. 27, 2014

Definitely a wifi connection. As a student, I'm almost constantly doing some sort of work online, and it's kind of hard to research things when you can't reach your internet.

I'd love to finally read Fifty Shades of Grey!

Who is the one woman that makes you raise the bar for all other women? [based on r/askwomen thread] [R]

5 years, 9 months agoDec. 30, 2013

Fictional character, fantasy, family member, current or ex-girlfriend - who's the one woman that has ruined you for all other women (in the best way possible, of course) and forces you to expect more out of other women? Why?

Note: I asked this question on r/askwomen first. [http://www.reddit.com/r/AskWomen/comments/1u0v4f/who_is_the_one_man_that_makes_you_raise_the_bar/]

5 years, 9 months agoTehGinjaNinja posted on AskMen.
Jan. 2, 2014

Welcome to Earth, where "Approximately 30 percent of men and 15 percent of women" fantasize about killing other people on a frequent basis; and you can double those numbers for teens.

We also fantasize about rape here on Earth... a lot.

So, yeah, that's humanity for you. If women weren't willing to overlook (or enjoy) male aggression, our species would die out pretty quick. Fortunately, many women seem to like it.

Flash [contest] Friday the 13th! [R]

5 years, 10 months agoamandad13 posted submission on Random_Acts_Of_Amazon.
Dec. 13, 2013

contest closed. Congratulations Derpahontas

Random Raffle phrase : Lucky Ducky

Link to a a good luck item on Amazon for 10$ or less.

Ends in 90ish minutes. Go, go, go!

5 years, 10 months agoamandad13 posted on Random_Acts_Of_Amazon.
Dec. 13, 2013

Lucky ducky

this

People need to know... [R]

5 years, 10 months ago[deleted] posted submission on AdviceAnimals.
Dec. 7, 2013
5 years, 10 months ago[deleted] posted on AdviceAnimals.
Dec. 7, 2013

In Che's defense, there are plenty of books and music that justify such actions.

"When a man did report, explicitly, that a woman physically made him have sex with her, it STILL was not labeled as rape!" (on the CDC National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey) [R]

6 years agoactanonverba8 posted submission on MensRights.
Oct. 13, 2013

This post concerns the claim that "nearly 1 in 5" women and "1 in 71" men have been raped. That claim is a lie and I will show why here (tl;dr please read the brief "Conclusion" section at the bottom).

BACKGROUND: This claim comes from the 2010 CDC report on the National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS). The NISVS was a nation-wide telephone survey (201,881 telephone numbers were sampled; 16,507 phone interviews were completed).

Here are three methodological problems I found in the survey/report:

PROBLEM NUMBER 1

The first problem concerns what happens when a man who is taking the survey actually states, explicitly, that a woman physically forced him to have sex. When a man did report, explicitly, that a woman physically made him have sex with her, it STILL was not labeled as rape! On page 22, Table 2.5, we see that, when a woman physically forces a man to have sex with her, it is categorized, not under the category of "Rape", but under the category of "Other Sexual Violence", subcategory "Made to Penetrate". To make things extra, special clear, on page 84 it states, "Being made to penetrate is a form of sexual victimization distinct from rape that is particularly unique to males." Huh? Why? Why exclude males being forced to have sex by females, while including females forced to have sex by males?

Is it possible that something untoward is going on? Is it possible that feminists simply didn´t want to acknowledge male rape victims? Is it possible that feminists, gasp, would actually put their political and ideological agendas ahead of honest research? Surely not, right?

PROBLEM NUMBER 2

The second problem concerned a question/instruction combination related to the use of alcohol or drugs prior to engaging in sexual activity. In Appendix C, on page 106, it says:

  • "When you were drunk, high, drugged, or passed out and unable to consent, how many people ever had vaginal sex with you? By vaginal sex, we mean that {if female: a man or boy put his penis in your vagina} {if male: a woman or girl made you put your penis in her vagina}

Both the question and the instruction following it are highly problematic. I´ll discuss the question first. Notice the deliberate vague wording (only made worse by telephone)...."When you were drunk, high, drugged, or passed out and unable to consent...". Notice how they put the word "or" at the end of a series, then put the word "and" just after. That wasn´t by accident. By this sly use of conjunctions, the feminists found a way to bypass the spirit of what the survey respondents were trying to say, while still leaving themselves a sliver of deniability about what they (the feminists) were doing, in terms of interpretation.

They wanted as many survey takers as possible to interpret "drunk, high, drugged" as distinct, separated by "or", from "passed out and unable to consent". In this way, as many women as possible would respond affirmatively. Meanwhile, in their interpretation of answers, the feminist researchers treated the question as one big category, treating all affirmative responses as rapes.

In other words, because the ambiguous way the feminists worded the question, many people surveyed would interpret the question like this:

  • When you were [drunk], [high], [drugged], or [passed out and unable to consent]...

But, the feminist researchers, for the purpose of maximizing the number of rapes they can report, chose to interpret the question like this:

  • When you were [drunk and unable to consent], [high and unable to consent], [drugged and unable to consent], or [passed out and unable to consent]....

Not convinced? Let me use a more everyday, mundane question. Imagine a survey that asks people the following:

  • How many shirts do you have that are white, green, purple or blue and yellow?

It´s obvious that most people would interpret the question like this:

  • How many shirts do you have that are [white], [green], [purple], or [blue and yellow]?

But, technically, through their sly use of conjunctions, the people giving the survey can say what the question really meant was this:

  • How many shirts do you have that are [white and yellow], [green and yellow], [purple and yellow], or [blue and yellow]?

The technicality is the point. In the case of the NISVS, it enabled the feminist researchers to attach the condition "unable to consent" to the words "drunk" and "high", even though many people taking the survey would not, themselves, interpret the question to mean that .

So, a woman taking the survey reads the question and thinks to herself, "Well, I´ve had sex when I was "drunk" or "high" before, so I´ll mark this question with an affirmative response (In this instance, an affirmative response is represented by a number..."1", "2", etc.., a negative response would be a "0".) At that point, it´s over. The feminist researchers got what they were looking for, the affirmative response. If she answered "1" the response is counted as one rape, a "2" is counted as two rapes, etc...

So, even though she, herself, the woman taking the survey, never meant to say she was raped, the feminist researchers decide for her and label her as a rape victim. The feminist researchers, by deliberately confusing her with semantic malfeasance, got the affirmative reply they wanted. But, there is one final catch the feminists faced, which brings us to discussion of the instruction that follows the question.

Although the vague question gave the feminist researchers the grossly inflated number of affirmative answers from females that they wanted, what to do about males? Since both females and males were taking the survey, large number of males would also, all things being equal, answer affirmatively. That would put them in the category of "rape victims". The feminists couldn´t tolerate large droves of males showing up as rape victims so they "fixed" that. How did they fix that? Well, not delicately. They simply introduced a blatant double standard by adding a gender-based instruction after the question.

The brief instruction given after the question says, "By vaginal sex, we mean that {if female: a man or boy put his penis in your vagina} {if male: a woman or girl made you put your penis in her vagina}". Notice the two words I bolded, "made you", they give the agenda away. In order to keep the men, and only the men, from answering affirmatively, they, by use of the instruction, effectively turned one question into two different questions--one for men and one for women. The question for men was designed to elicit as few affirmative answers as possible; the question for women was designed to elicit as many affirmative answers as possible.

To reiterate, the feminist researchers, very underhandedly, added the words "made you" for the males, but not the females. So, for the females, they could answer affirmatively simply if any normal sex occurred at all ("a man or boy put his penis in your vagina"). For males, the feminist researchers specifically clarified that no affirmative response was to be given unless the sex was forced ("a woman or girl made you put your penis in her vagina"). Get it? To summarize, one final time, what I am saying about this question and the attached instruction:

  • They wanted people that have ever had voluntary sex while drunk or high to think they should answer the question affirmatively. Then, to stop the men from actually answering affirmatively, they attached an instruction to the question which, effectively, made it two different questions--one for males and one for females. Per the instruction, for males, the only way they could answer affirmatively is if they believed they had been victims of involuntary, forced sex. But, for females, they could answer affirmatively for EITHER voluntary sex or involuntary, forced sex. The feminist researchers deliberately fabricated female rape victims by use of a vague, ambiguous question, followed by an instruction that sets a double standard.

PROBLEM NUMBER 3

The final problem I noticed is the manner in which rape and digital (finger) insertion and object insertion are discussed. On page 17, it states that:

  • Rape of a woman includes, "completed or attempted unwanted ...vaginal or anal penetration by a male or female using their fingers or an object."

  • Rape of a man includes, "completed or attempted unwanted...anal penetration by a male or female using their fingers or an object.

These definitions are very skewed and, as with the rest of the report, make for maximization of the appearance of female victimhood and minimization of the appearance of male victimhood. Let me describe how.

Warning!!Graphic speech ahead (Sorry, but have to be specific to make my points).

First, let´s make clear what these definitions are discussing. They are discussing aspects of heavy petting like "fingering", whether it leads to sex or not (oral sex is discussed elsewhere in the report). How can they possibly choose to include the male-to-female (among heterosexuals, anyway) fingering in a rape discussion and exclude the female-to-male counterpart to fingering--fondling of the penis. The feminist researchers did, at least, use a gender-neutral approach to "anal penetration". But, let´s face it, anal penetration in a heavy petting situation is far more rare than fondling of the genitals, of which both fingering and fondling of the penis are included. For example (again sorry for the graphic nature), when a heterosexual teenage girl wants to reciprocate being "fingered", she usually doesn´t stick her finger in her partner´s anus. Instead, she usually reaches down the front of his pants and fondles his penis. These are normal, common behaviors among both teens and adults. They are part of sexual exploration and mutual pleasuring. So, given that this is a fairly typical heavy-petting scenario, why didn´t the feminist researchers include both behaviors in this category? They didn´t include both behaviors because they didn´t want male rape victims.

Note:For anyone objecting on the grounds that stroking the external female genitalia is actually the real counterpart of stroking the penis, I say you´re being silly. First of all, the penis and vagina are the specific body parts actually involved in the basic heterosexual sex act. Second, digital touching of all the genital parts--penis, scrotum, vagina, external female genitalia--are all normal heavy petting techniques.

The next thing wrong with these definitions is labeling as rape ANY unwanted fingering. Fingering is very commonly something explored (awkwardly) in the early stages of a partnership, especially among teens. They are learning each other´s bodies and each other´s boundaries. By technical definition, any time one young lover is using a finger, in an effort to please the other, and is told, "Stop.", something unwanted has occurred, even if for a very brief moment (otherwise the receiver wouldn´t have had to say "Stop"). According to this feminist report, any and all instances of that unwanted fingering, no matter how brief or minor, are rapes. That is madness! Normal, reasonable people don´t think like that. Normal women and men, instead, are able to use their brains and make distinctions. For example, upon reflection, I can say that, in my life, I´ve received unwanted genital contact by hand in several instances.

I can recall that, over the years, at least four people have fondled my penis when it was unwanted. One person I was not in a relationship with, and three people I was in a relationship with. In the case of the three people I was in a relationship with, it happened more than once with each person. Was I raped each time? Of course not!

In all instances, I said, "Stop." Most of the time it stopped almost immediately. In some instances, I had to repeat myself and even pull my body away. In yet other instances, I changed my mind and decided I actually did want the attention after all. The important point, though, is that in no instances did a rape occur, nor even an assault. In fact, none of the instances were that big a deal at all. Uncomfortable? Yes. Unwanted? Yes. But, that´s it. It´s called life and, sometimes, life is awkward!

I can imagine someone saying at this point, "But, that´s just what happened to you, what about...". Of course there´s always "what abouts". That´s where reasonable people make distinctions.

Could some type of sexual assault occurred if these situations had gone differently? Certainly. If any of these people had physically pinned me or simply would not relent after I said "Stop" and pulled away, then, at that point, use of words like assault would be appropriate. But, they didn´t, and to suggest that any of these good people are sexual predators or rapists would be both inaccurate and despicable, as well as slander of the highest order.

CONCLUSION

So, to summarize what we´ve found is that, according to the the 2010 CDC National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS):

  • A man, physically forced by a woman to have sex, has not been raped (it is categorized under other sexual violence).
  • A woman who, while drunk or high, chose to have voluntary sex, has been raped.
  • A man who, while drunk or high, chose to have voluntary sex, has not been raped.
  • When a man and woman, both either drunk or high, chose to have voluntary sex, only the woman has been raped.
  • A woman who has ever received any, completed or attempted, unwanted fingering, for any length of time, has been raped.
  • A man who has received unwanted stroking of his penis, no matter for how long or even if he was pinned down while it happened, has not been raped.

P.S. Due to space constraints, I didn´t even cover other major problems with the NISVS survey/report. For instance, a HUGE issue is that the report counted "attempts to finger" and "attempts to have sex" as rape (not attempted rape). Compounding that, the way they defined "attempts" is problematic in itself (and, as expected, designed to inflate the number of female victims and hide male victims).

6 years agoactanonverba8 posted on MensRights.
Oct. 13, 2013

> I wasn't quite ready and asked him to stop (which he did, immediately), even though the very next night I realized I wanted him to do it and asked him to.

Yes. Both mixed feelings and token resistance to sex are normal parts of human courtship that feminists are twisting around in order to poison heterosexual relations and wage war on men and boys.

I heard you talking on the radio show one time about how offering a little resistance and making a male lover overcome it can, sometimes, be a turn-on for you. I admire your candor. Form what I´ve seen and heard, it is my impression that there are A LOT of women who feel the same way you do.

In fact, I´d say there are 50 Shades of Women who do.

It's time for some silver! [R]

6 years, 1 month agoOstrololo posted submission on custommagic.
Aug. 27, 2013
6 years, 1 month agoOstrololo posted on custommagic.
Aug. 28, 2013

1) http://www.amazon.com/Fifty-Shades-Grey-Book-Trilogy/dp/0345803485/ref=sr11?ie=UTF8&qid=1377697606&sr=8-1&keywords=fifty+shades+of+grey

2) I based the template on join forces, which doesn't mention "in turn order".

3) Originally it was going to count only the continents you visited in the last eighty days (because, you know, the book by Jules Verne), but that made it very crappy.

4) You can also enchant rule 100.1 which literally makes all other rules stop applying.

[Contest] It's Monday. It's my 30th birthday. Didn't even get a card. Let me buy you something, please? [R]

6 years, 2 months ago[deleted] posted submission on Random_Acts_Of_Amazon.
Aug. 5, 2013

Only one rule...link something from your wish list that you want, that you don't need at all, but would put a goofy smile on your face if you got it. Any price.

Contest will end sometime today 8/5.

6 years, 2 months ago[deleted] posted on Random_Acts_Of_Amazon.
Aug. 5, 2013

[Contest] What is the most life changing thing on your wish list? [R]

6 years, 2 months agoshayla_love posted submission on Random_Acts_Of_Amazon.
July 29, 2013

Simple: What item from your wish list would change your life the most if you received it? Why?

Contest ends on Thursday. 1 winner only. No price limit.

Winner will be chosen by a panel of industry experts, comprised of Morthy, Akeleie and my imaginary friend.

6 years, 2 months agoshayla_love posted on Random_Acts_Of_Amazon.
July 30, 2013

http://www.amazon.com/Fifty-Shades-Grey-Book-Trilogy/dp/0345803485/ref=wlitdpopdnSnC?ie=UTF8&colid=3RRWQCDK55LYO&coliid=I25L3T9YL0YVMR

enough said...

[Contest] What are you reading right now? [R]

6 years, 2 months agoSieberella posted submission on Random_Acts_Of_Amazon.
July 28, 2013

I mainly gift books (because they're awesome, obviously) so I thought this would be an excellent contest! What book do you currently have on your nightstand, coffee table, passenger seat of your car, or in your backpack, ready for the second you have a moment's peace?

Let me know, and link to a book from your wishlist ($10 or less, I've got Prime). I'll use reddit raffle to pick two winners, make sure you include the phrase You ALL still have Zoidberg!

Ends Thursday, 8/1 at 11 pm EST.

Edit: Contest closed! Now...the raffling.

Edit 2: Congratulations to the lucky winners JDRSuperman and Appa_YipYip!

6 years, 2 months agoSieberella posted on Random_Acts_Of_Amazon.
July 29, 2013

I'm currently reading Rapture by John Shirley however my book fell apart at the pool and is now in like four different pieces :( Haven't quite figured out how to glue it back together yet. Thanks for the contest You ALL still have Zoidberg!

[contest] who needs new reading material? [R]

6 years, 3 months agoJuly 17, 2013

Simple contest, link the cheapest book on your amazon wish list (I have prime). Sorry to say cheapest but I want to gift a couple of people. I will end this sometime tonight and gift randomly based on my whims :)

6 years, 3 months agoSiriuslyCloudy posted on Bookies.
July 17, 2013

I don't have very many books on my book list! AHHHH This must be fixed! Tomorrow though! The cheapest on I have on there honestly is 50 Shades I know. I know. I am bad. But it is $0.22 used!

[Contest] The cake day Giveaway! (Nsfw edition) [R]

6 years, 3 months agoVylanius posted submission on Random_Acts_Of_Amazon.
July 11, 2013

So today being my cake day I've decided to make two little contest's it'll last till the end of Friday the 12th of July. Price range around $15, anything you want just have "Nipple Clams" winner picked by Reddit raffle. Post a link with what you want.

6 years, 3 months agoVylanius posted on Random_Acts_Of_Amazon.
July 11, 2013

This!

Nipple Clams

Ladies, how do you keep your libido up? [R]

6 years, 6 months agoApril 10, 2013

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6 years, 6 months agohonilee posted on TheGirlSurvivalGuide.
April 11, 2013

To anyone who may be interested in Fifty Shades of Grey, please check out a bit of the writing before you purchase it. You can read an excerpt on Amazon.

(I personally couldn't get past the awful writing style and grammatical errors. If I'm focused on that, I can't focus on the sexy bits--I didn't even get to that point in the book and I tried to force myself to read it--no good.