Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Beer Chugger, Jul 17, 2012.
Shocking- she's drier than a pile of leaves. Menopause had to be 10 years ago
The Shades of grey talk have to be a payed sponsor?
I fell for it and ordered the book to give to my wife. Maybe I will be lucky TWICE this year. (hint NEVER GET MARRIED)
She's in her late 50's and still looking for Jew gold . . .
Lisa g's pussy is 1 shade of grey
id hit it why not
the carpet doesn't match the drapes (except in length)
the show is such horseshit. they are not even trying to keep up appearances.
i read a few pages of 50 shades...it's pure shit and reads like a romance novel.
IMO, men are the only ones who know how to write porn/erotica.
The only one Lisa G. seems to be hot for is Howard...she drooled over him today saying how great he looked on TV. I guess she hasn't seen that pic of him from AGT where he looks like cross between Gary Shandling and an old lady.
She totally lost me when she said the writing was excellent; I read the sample chapter on Amazon because all the elderly married women in my building were reading the book at the pool, and had to contain myself from vomiting at the absolute shittiness of the writing. What gets published today is a far cry from well-written.
Did anybody read it? I am not into S&M so I didn't get it.
PS here is the best amazon.com review of the book:
10,442 of 11,061 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars An older man on truckling, March 7, 2012
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This review is from: Fifty Shades of Grey (Paperback)
First, a disclaimer. I am a male senior citizen, a semi-retired gynecologist whose customary literary fare is spy novels and military techno-thrillers. I have never read a romance before, except perhaps for junior high's "A Tale of Two Cities" (or was that a classic?) But after the recent hullabaloo over James' "Fifty Shades," I opted to give the genre a glance.
The book's protagonist is college student Anastasia, who has never had sex or even "touched herself." I had to suspend disbelief at the social and sexual naivete of this twenty-one year-old, but I guess this implied vulnerability makes her more attractive as a romantic heroine. Yet it doesn't take her long to rectify this situation, and soon she is having orgasm after orgasm at the behest of her "dominant" partner, Mr. Grey. At my age, my arthritis flared up just reading about Ana's sexual gymnastics. And for some reason, I kept thinking about her contracting genital warts. Soon, however, Ana's endless pyrotechnic climaxes resembled repetitively watching porn: after a while, it leaves me bored and yawning. That said, there was a definite infectiousness to the plot; and taking Viagra to stiffen my resolve, I persevered.
James' strong suit is her ability to elicit sympathy in the protagonist. I wanted to find out what happened to Anastasia, and that lent the story a compelling, page-turning quality. James is a polished novelist. Her dialogue is crisp, her prose poised, and her paragraphs well-parsed. The author's considerable skills notwithstanding, would I pick up an erotic romance like this again? Probably not.
But that's just me.