i'm sure the majority of you have heard about this book. am i right?
apparently it makes women weak in the knees &...moist other places.
hands fan flushed faces & school girl giggles erupt from the mouths of grown women. 5 chapters are devoured in the blink of an eager eye & plans are made for a night of experimenting with significant others.
glasses of wine are poured, baths drawn & long forgotten negliges are laid out. another 5 chapters & 1/2 a bottle of Chablis later & husband, boyfriends & fiances around the globe are wracking their brain to figure out what they did to deserve what is happening right this minute- because dude, i'm doing it again tomorrow. ::high five::
that, my friends, is all thanks to 50 Shades of Grey.
so, what is 50 Shades of Grey? (if you're asking me this then you obviously haven't been paying attention to anything lately) well basically, it's a smutty, badly written, hilarious, omfg did i really just read that?!?, ARE YOU SERIOUS!?, wait...what?!?!, book.
yes- that sums it up rather nicely. i guess you kind of want to read it now, huh?
well, i don't blame you. because you guys- the term "my inner goddess" is used well over 50 times.
women empowerment you say? word up.
i think it's pretty obvious that i'm the 1% here. the 1% of women who aren't left in a puddle of desire after reading 600 pages worth of kinky trash.
this book did nothing for my "inner goddess" but it did give me a bunch of material if i ever delve into the world of stand up comedy. & for that, i must thank Miss E.L. James.
so do i recommend reading this book? um...no comment.
ok who am i kidding, YES! READ IT NOW! if for no other reason then you'll totally "get it" & pee your pants over Ellen Degenerous reading it:
p.s. i've only read book #1- so be honest with me, are books #2 & 3 equally as awesome? do i need to go purchase them immediately? will my comedic life not be complete until i do?