Thing could be the size of a baby carrot and she'd still be like, "Oh, my glob!
The characters are bland and merely props to set the stage for fucking weird BDSM-ing, and the plot was lost somewhere in the vagina of the author's wet dream.
I honestly don't understand what Ana saw in him, yet on the other hand, I didn't get it why Christian would stalk that bland and vapid wallflower.
I am not attracted to stick insects.
When it comes to Ana having sex with Christian, well, her sub-conscious only has one thing to say, So after the "situation" is handled, Ana has to sign a "contract" agreeing to his sexual demands and also outlining things she won't do.
Decoding the 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Trailer: A Journey of Sex and GIFs
Sure, she may whine about it afterwards, or use the excuse that she doesn't want to lose him, but she makes the choices, she holds the power. Eh, I'm off to read a good book now and possibly to bleach my brain. We're supposed to believe that this girl has gone 21 years neither having had sex nor masturbating? Christian, the rich Superman sarcasm , deflowered our wallflower in a way that's not even worthy of losing any words over that pathetic fuck. I seriously cannot wrap my head around the fact that this is a bestseller.