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post #1 of 55 (permalink) Old 01-25-2017, 05:32 PM Thread Starter
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50 shades of grey on valentines day

Fifty Shades Darker. 2nd installment coming out. Anyone going as a couple? Maybe learn some new tricks?
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Why won't 50 Shades just die already

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The entire series is just silly ... the books and the movies. The author clearly doesn't know what consent means or how a D/s relationship actually works.
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The entire series is just silly ... the books and the movies. The author clearly doesn't know what consent means or how a D/s relationship actually works.
Or how to write.....

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The entire series is just silly ... the books and the movies. The author clearly doesn't know what consent means or how a D/s relationship actually works.
But the author does know how to make money...
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Have not read the book. Watched the movie, didn't get very far. I don't think they could have made it any more awkward. A bit too deer in the headlights for me.
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The book needs to be read to be, ehem, appreciated. It is BAD.
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Fifty Shades Darker. 2nd installment coming out. Anyone going as a couple? Maybe learn some new tricks?


I still haven't figured out how a poor kid that was used as a sex toy managed to become a billionaire, build an office skyscraper, and learn to fly before 27 yo.

I'd rather have a root canal than watch it but if wife wants to see it i will go.

I won't get any sex for taking her.
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If the ideas of the book piqued your or your spouse's interest, I suggest reading up on real Dom/Sub relationships and the BDSM culture. The story of 50 shades is ok, at least it opened the eyes of many individuals who may be interested in such a sexual manner, but it is far from accurate. Though if both you and your partner like the books/first movies then you should definitely go see it together especially if it will lead to more adventurous love-making. The books are crap in reality - it's the kinky content that gets most people interested. I suggest having a real go at it sometime... It's quite fun.
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Not my thing. I have heard its rubbish and I am not into S and M anyway.
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The first movie was also released on Valentine's day the year it came out and my ex-h and I went to it that night. I had not read the book but had a pretty good idea of it because I read so much ABOUT the book. I'm not into the BDSM type of stuff portrayed in the movie, but I am kinky and wanted to see it...even knowing it would be totally stupid (and it was). It was a fun date. We had great sex afterwards though we would have anyway. I would never ever read the books now that I saw the movie, but I'm not sorry I saw the movie. It was amusing and like I said, a good date night.

This year I don't have a date. I might go see the new one with a girlfriend if one is interested. Mostly to make fun of how wrong everything is.

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I still haven't figured out how a poor kid that was used as a sex toy managed to become a billionaire, build an office skyscraper, and learn to fly before 27 yo.

I'd rather have a root canal than watch it but if wife wants to see it i will go.

I won't get any sex for taking her.
1000 pages on your root canal experience would be a better read

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The books are crap in reality - it's the kinky content that gets most people interested. I suggest having a real go at it sometime... It's quite fun.
Ever since the books soared in popularity the lifestyle has attracted crowds of young so called "doms" that prey on the community. These guys are clueless and have wrecked havoc on the BDSM community.
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Have not read the book. Watched the movie, didn't get very far. I don't think they could have made it any more awkward. A bit too deer in the headlights for me.
The movie was basically porn which doesn't interest me in the least. Maybe the new movie actually has a plot...but it's probably going to horrible anyway.

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Re: 50 shades of grey on valentines day

I would consider myself as someone that enjoys reading and learning about sexuality, but the 50 Shades book and movie have never even peaked my interest.

I'm more of a non-fiction kind of guy. There are so many good reads on kinky sex that are based on real life experiences as well as scholarly research on almost every topic imaginable.

For example I find it extraordinarily fascinating to learn that it was a prostitute during rule of the Roman Empire invented the first reliable way to measure short periods of time. This was to resolve disputes among her clients that some men took too long. Her success of being fair with time made her very well known among the men. She had a brass bowl with a small hole drilled in the bottom. She would float it in a larger brass pot filled with water. Gradually the bowl would fill with water and eventually sink. Upon hitting the bottom of the pot, it would chime!

...now imagine some nerdy historian getting his hands on that bowl and getting to see exactly how long it floats. Odds are it would still have the exact same accuracy today as it did during ancient times!
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