Shittiest movie adaptation ever.
Shittiest movie adaptation ever.
We don’t need lists of rights and wrongs, tables of do’s and don’ts: we need books, time, and silence. ‘Thou shalt not’ is soon forgotten, but ‘Once upon a time’ lasts forever.
- Philip Pullman
Next time someone ask me why I don’t want to have kids, I’ll tell them to read We Need To Talk About Kevin and then they can ask me again. Holly crap that kid is shady as fuck.
A wild homosexual subtext appears. This book is not so boring, after all.
OH. MY. FUCKING. NATURAL SELECTION. MY BODY IS READY.
FIFTY SHADES OF CHARTREUSE.
I found this funny to read :3 I’ve never heard of someone referring to porn as “boring” xD
You know when you read the first book of a series and it kind of sucks because it’s so predictable, so you don’t even bother to read the rest because you feel they are gonna be just as bad? That’s how I feel about porn. xD But I’m not much of a sexual person to begin with, so that’s probably why I think like that.
I think people get caught up in the 'romance' side of the book as opposed to the actual acts. He's very clear that he's not the flowers and hearts type but it's so obvious that there are loving feelings there and I must admit I'm not much into s&m but in reading it I felt the 'can I have this/him in my life now thanks etc.' I do agree it's very misleading for those who don't know much about it and can be dangerously influential for all the sixteen year old that seem to be fascinated with it.
I confess I didn’t have the patience to finish this shitfest of a book. Not because of its content, but mainly because it’s so poorly written, in my opinion. On the other hand, I know several people who read it, and what I could understand of it from conversations I had is that the main guy is completely emotionally detached from this girl and it’s purely about the sex. So yeah, the whole thing sounds a bit creepy for me. Maybe I’m wrong. But that’s not the point. I mean, people are free to read whatever they want. It’s the fact that people are being so careless about this whole thing that is pissing me off. I mean, just because I like The Hunger Games it doesn’t mean I have to lock my friends in the basement and make them kill themselves.
Thank you for not attacking me, Mr(s). Anon. :) (I feel that it needs to be said, given how passionate you guys can be haha.)
I totally agree! but the book disregards all safety! You can’t just up and decide you’re going to start that kind of relationship—you have to be prudent about it, it has to be a mutually understood thing, and yet the book even disregards safe words.
My point, precisely. People get so caught up on this crap that they forget how dangerous it can be. I mean, you can die if anything goes wrong (y’know, assuming that by getting tips from this so called ‘book’ you are a moron and there’s a huge chance that you can’t even handle a fucking rope to begin with.). And like you said, the book is completely oblivious regarding safety, so those stupid people think that it is as simple as buying a damn rope and go for it. To be completely honest here, I think this book looks more like a How To Be A Creepy Psychopath Rapist 101 textbook to me. I miss that sparkling dildo craze. At least it was harmless. But hey, whatever floats your boat, people.
Side note: And to be clear here – I don’t judge people who are into S&M, it’s just not for me. And please, if you’re reading this and it happens that you are thinking of giving this thing a try, pleeeeease be careful. I’m serious. And use protection. Thank you.
God, I hate people. Seems like the new trend is to buy ropes to increase the sex life, all thanks to Fifty Shades of Grey. Well, let me tell you something: if you need to pull this crap to “increase your sex life”, my bet is that you don’t have much of a sex life to begin with. Specially if you’re taking sex tips from this piece of shit excuse of a book. You just look like a horny mentally challenged person. Sorry, but someone had to break the news for you. Get a fucking grip.
Sorry, guys, but this kind of thing pisses me off. I needed to get this off my chest.
I would rather sit next to a transgender person and discuss why every single one I’ve met smells like a bar in the daytime than listen to people tell me why I want to have children and that I just don’t know it yet. I do know, because I am me and my feelings are the ones in my head. I don’t want to have kids, and it’s not a device to get attention or have a conversation about it. I simply find children incredibly immature and, more often than not, dumb.
- Chelsea Handler, Chelsea Chelsea Bang Bang