Fifty Shades of Gross

Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L. James is compelling drivel that lures you in to the world of BDSM. Google that acronym if you’re not familiar with it. Anastasia is a naive and smart mouthed (to use the phrase of the book) college senior who haphazardly enters sexual situations that she is not emotionally, or physically, ready to handle. The story is a blatant ripoff of Twilight … without the vampires. In fact, James originally wrote this book as fan fiction for the characters of Twilight and then converted it to a book and movie deal that has become rather lucrative. Edward … Continue reading Fifty Shades of Gross

Vampires have it hard too, you know

Cover via Amazon Breaking Dawn isn’t that bad if you’re deaf and blind. It has its moments, especially if you like long awkward pauses and enjoy watching sexually frustrated people/vampires playing chess. Don’t get me wrong – I read all the books. And I was quite intrigued and alternatively disgusted with them. Back about three years ago during Thanksgiving break, I was away from people I knew and had borrowed the Twilight saga from a friend. Little did I know that I was enjoying the book form of crack and that I would have little dignity afterwards. I would’ve never … Continue reading Vampires have it hard too, you know

Vampires have it hard too, you know

Cover via Amazon Breaking Dawn isn’t that bad if you’re deaf and blind. It has its moments, especially if you like long awkward pauses and enjoy watching sexually frustrated people/vampires playing chess. Don’t get me wrong – I read all the books. And I was quite intrigued and alternatively disgusted with them. Back about three years ago during Thanksgiving break, I was away from people I knew and had borrowed the Twilight saga from a friend. Little did I know that I was enjoying the book form of crack and that I would have little dignity afterwards. I would’ve never … Continue reading Vampires have it hard too, you know