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    Quote Originally Posted by Kittylady View Post
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    Finished all the books! Sadly Christian Bateman-Grey did not grasp a chainsaw and have at it sorry if I've spoiled anything for anyone! They are soooo repetative and my eyes just about rolled out of my head throughout. The sex was so terribly dull, and the BDSM was rubbish. Did anyone find that there were some words used that were a bit incongruous with the setting? As in typically English words and phrases being used by Americans? On the positive side, I haven't read something so hilarious in ages, every page had something to laugh about.
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    Kari if you want a mildly smutty laugh get hold of an unexpurgated copy of Fanny Hill by John Cleland. Some of the metaphors are definately good for a giggle.
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    Oh have you ever heard Greg James talking about Fanny Hill on radio 1? It does sound hysterical!
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    Now I have Tom Lehrer's Smut running through my head.

    Smut
    Give me smut and nothing but
    A dirty novel I can't shut
    If it's uncut
    And unsubt-
    Tle

    I've never quibbled if it was ribald
    I would devour where others merely nibbled
    As the judge remarked the day that he
    Acquitted my Aunt Hortense
    "To be smut it must be ut-
    Terly without redeeming social importance"

    Por-
    Nographic pictures I adore
    Indecent magazines galore
    I like them more
    If they're hard core

    Bring on the obscene movies, murals, postcards, neckties, samplers, stained-glass windows, tattoos, anything! More, more, I'm still not satisfied!

    Stories of tortures
    Used by debauchers
    Lurid, licentious, and vile
    Make me smile
    Novels that pander
    To my taste for candor
    Give me a pleasure sublime
    Let's face it, I love slime

    All books can be indecent books
    Though recent books are bolder
    For filth, I'm glad to say, is in
    The mind of the beholder
    When correctly viewed
    Everything is lewd
    I could tell you things about Peter Pan
    And the Wizard of Oz, there's a dirty old man

    I thrill
    To any book like Fanny Hill
    And I suppose I always will
    If it is swill
    And really fil-
    Thy

    Who needs a hobby like tennis or philately
    I've got a hobby, rereading Lady Chatterley
    But now they're trying to take it all
    Away from us unless
    We take a stand, and hand in hand
    We fight for freedom of the press
    In other words

    Smut, I love it
    Ah, the adventures of a slut
    Oh, I'm a market they can't glut
    I don't know what
    Compares with smut

    Hip hip hooray
    Let's hear it for the Supreme Court
    Don't let them take it away!






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    Quote Originally Posted by Karistiona View Post
    Oh have you ever heard Greg James talking about Fanny Hill on radio 1? It does sound hysterical!
    I'm afraid I haven't Kari, but I don't ever hear anything on Radio 1 unless it's by accident. You really should try Fanny Hill though - its all nestling budlets and throbbing maypoles

    Another book that is good for a laugh is The Perfumed Garden. I found an old copy of it it in a junk shop a few years ago and ended up reading it aloud with a friend over a couple of beers. We nearly laughed ourselves sick, especially when we got to some of the recipes for increasing penis size (which involved the application of, amongst other things, mashed donkey dick and hot pitch ).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kittylady View Post
    I'm afraid I haven't Kari, but I don't ever hear anything on Radio 1 unless it's by accident. You really should try Fanny Hill though - its all nestling budlets and throbbing maypoles

    Another book that is good for a laugh is The Perfumed Garden. I found an old copy of it it in a junk shop a few years ago and ended up reading it aloud with a friend over a couple of beers. We nearly laughed ourselves sick, especially when we got to some of the recipes for increasing penis size (which involved the application of, amongst other things, mashed donkey dick and hot pitch ).
    Think my dog has been eating that from the smell of her farts...
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    ^^ I think the kitten has the same problem. And how can something so small produce such massive turds? The damn thing must be some sort of mutant. I'm scared to think of what she's going to produce when she gets to be full grown.

    Going back on topic (sorta) and purely in the interests of research, if FSOG is a pile of mutant kitten-sized shit then what books/authors would everyone recommend as being high in the quality smut stakes?
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    My tastes tend towards the trashy and storyline be damned. That said, 50 Shades still makes my preferences look like Shakespeare.
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    I just finished reading the first book, I'm setting fire to that motherfucker. Shit left me hanging!

    Anyhoo, there is a guy doing a parody called 50 Shades of Gay, fuckin hell. That shit is HIGH Larious!! I was laughing tears! NSFW Naughty talk.




    [YOUTUBE]u1P4FKih5TQ[/YOUTUBE]


    50 shades of Gayer
    [YOUTUBE]WTX15Cp1qEk[/YOUTUBE]

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    OMG aaaaaaaaahahahaha! Veiny rolling-pin! Wee plastic tray!! Aaaaaaaaahhhh!!
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    Fifty Shades of Grey Hotter Than Harry Potter
    by Rebecca Macatee Today 3:18 PM PDT


    Vintage; Warner Bros.
    Harry Potter's a wizard, but Christian Grey works a different kind of magic.
    In fact, E.L. James' Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy has outsold J.K. Rowling's seven-book Harry Potter series on Amazon U.K., per a report on The Verge.
    The first novel in the literotica series is actually dominating Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, outselling Rowling's original masterpiece by a factor of two to one. Oh, my!
    Check out the latest Fifty Shades of Grey casting rumors.
    But lest you think America has similarly moved on from the boy wizard to adult fiction, Fifty Shades is topping Amazon's U.S. bestseller chart in print and Kindle sales, but it's yet to break taboos records the way it has across the pond.
    And while we adore both franchises as much as the next S&M-loving muggle, we're really looking forward to Fifty Shades hitting the silver screen. Although no one's officially signed up for the Red Room of Pain just yet, rumors of either Matt Bomer, Chris Hemsworth or Ian Somerhalder playing Mr. Grey continue to persist.
    It's a struggle, but like Anastasia, we need to be patient. Laters, babes!

    Fifty Shades Of Grey Hotter Than Harry Potter| E! Online

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    Soccer Mom, Horny Mom? It's a put down (isn't it) and I've wondered why.

    Is the full time homemaker mother the target audience? Hubby or Mom isn't interested in sex with their spouse or they want more fantasy and a bad book can do that - and the writer becomes a fast millionaire?

    Are Twihards a target audience?

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