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Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L. James
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05/01/2012 "I can't be bothered to go back and mark my progress, so I shall just start with the updates now..."
05/01/2012 page 47
13.0% ""How did you find me?"
"I tracked your cell phone, Anastacia."/

Is it even legal? "Stalker," my inner subconscious whipsers, but because it's [Grey], I don't mind.



Wonderful morals you have, Miss Steele. Truly. A guy stalks you, but it doesn't matter as much because he's ZOMG HAWT. And rich.
Now I know where she stands on stalking, I hope he kindaps her. (But she'd probably enjoy that, too.)"
05/01/2012 page 48
13.0% "My mother's often-recited warning comes to my mind: "never trust a man who can dance."

What the hell kind of advice is that? That's like saying not to trust a man who can whistle. But then, this *is* coming from the woman who was stupid enough to birth to Bella Anastacia. So it's only to be expected."
05/01/2012 "Wow, it seems I can write an update on every other sentence. I shall try to refrain."
05/01/2012 page 48
13.0% ""Elliot grins and pulls Kate into his arms, where she is more than happy to be...Kate! Even in my drunk state, I am shocked. She's only just met him."

Aaaand how long have you known Grey, exactly? A few days? You've had THREE conversations. There's a word for this. HYPOCRISY, THOU NAME ART STEELE."
05/01/2012 page 51
14.0% ""If you were mine, blah blah blah."

Forget about what he says after, it's those four words she should be worrying about. This possessive little freak seems to have very primitive thought-processes when it comes to relationships. He sounds like a Neanderthal caveman.

Me Grey. You Steele. You HAWT. We have sex. You blush. I smile. You blush. I quirk my eyebrows. We have sex. We have sex. We have sex. Ug."
05/03/2012 page 52
14.0% "Grey has just touched Anastacia's cheek. This is her response:
"I feel like squirming with a needy, achy discomfort. I don't understand this reaction. Hmm, desire. This is what desire feels like."

EVEN MY 12 YEAR OLD NIECE PROBABLY KNOWS WHAT SEXUAL DESIRE FEELS LIKE. Has Steele been living alone in the mountains, or something? Why is she so sexually naive? This girl is an impossible creature."
05/03/2012 page 52
14.0% ""One minute he rebuffs me..then he tracks me like a stalker. And for all that, I feel safe [with him]. Protected. He's not a dark knight at all, but a white knight in shining, dazzling armour."

What fool feels safe with their stalker? Or protected? He's the one who's MAKING life unsafe, you idiot.

I won't even bother with everything else she says. I'm sure you can work it out by yourself." 2 comments
05/03/2012 page 53
15.0% ""Why oh why does he always catch me on the back foot?"

This implies that this idiot protagonist actually has a front foot. Which is clearly ludicrous. The girl is clumsier than Bella. And that is a loaded statement right there. At least Meyer managed to keep Bella's clumsiness within the realms of belief. James broke through that realm on the second page."
05/03/2012 page 56
16.0% ""I felt I owed you an apology. And a warning." He closed his eyes. "I don't do romance. You should steer clear of me."

Now where oh where have I heard that before?"
05/03/2012 page 56
16.0% "And two lines after my previous update....
"But there's something about you, and I can't stay away from you.

Fuck, James, are you even trying? I might as well re-read Toilet."
05/03/2012 page 57
16.0% ""I want to clean my teeth. I eye his toothbrush. It would be like having him in my mouth...Hmm. Grabbing it quickly, I squirt toothpaste on and brush my teeth. I feel so naughty. It's such a thrill."

This girl has got to get a life. I never knew toothbrushes held such sex appeal. Clearly Steele has been deprived when it comes to the physical department. No doubt Grey will fix that soon." 6 comments
05/03/2012 page 59
16.0% "Thoughts on Grey's interest in her:

"Why me? I don't undestand it."

Neither do I.


On second thoughts, maybe your naivety and idiocy drew him in, because he knew you would be easy prey for his little sex games. It's like picking a child."
05/03/2012 page 67
19.0% ""Dark knight and white knight describes Christian perfectly."

I immediately thought of Batman. Hang on....Batman is played by CHRISITAN Bale. And Batman is also a billionaire.

HOLY SHIZZLE, SHE HAS USED CHRISTIAN BALE/BATMAN AS A TEMPLATE FOR GREY.



Am I the only one who thinks this?" 14 comments
05/03/2012 page 71
20.0% "HOLY FUCK.
I have been introduced to the torture chamber. Half the things and contraptions James mentions I have never even heard of, and can't even imagine how to use. Hot damn, Grey takes his torture thing seriously.
One question, though: what the hell are "riding crops"?? Never heard of that." 28 comments
05/03/2012 page 78
22.0% "This is a Hard Limit of Christian's:
--"No acts involving urine or defecation or products thereof."

What do some people get upto? This baffles me. Why piss on someone, or rub shit over their body?
WHAT IS THE APPEAL?

(I'm surprised that Mr Grey doesn't do this himself, actually.)"
05/03/2012 page 89
25.0% "I don't get it. Ana's a virgin, and has only been kissed twice in her life, but she seems to be as experienced as any porn star! She only mentioned the pain once or twice in the three pages of sex, when I know for a fact that it's not that easy. And he took her from behind, too! But, for some inexplicable reason, she didn't think that hurt much, either.

She must have a high pain threshold." 5 comments
05/03/2012 page 96
27.0% "Awwwww. Grey can actually be sweet when he wants to.

"Anastacia, you're a very beautiful woman. Don't hang your head like you're ashamed. You have nothing to be ashamed of, and it is a real joy to stand here and gaze at you."

Who would have thought?" 3 comments
05/05/2012 page 104
29.0% ""In spite of my anxiety [at meeting Grey's mother], I lose my train of thought. Will I ever get used to looking at this beautiful man? His beauty is derailing."

Don't you hate it when the same words are used in two consecutive sentences (beauty + beautiful), when it would have been so easy to just change one of them to something like "bewitching" or "divine"?" 6 comments
05/05/2012 page 107
30.0% ""Stop biting your lip or I will fuck you in this elevator."
I blush, but there's a hint of a smile around his lips."



Agh! TRIPLE THREAT! Oh lawd, here's a record; James manages to cram the three most common phrases in the space of two lines.
How does she do it? It's almost a gift. Almost. Still doesn't make me want to do anything but fall off a cliff, though." 17 comments
05/06/2012 page 107
30.0% ""Two glasses of the Pinot Grigio", he says with a voice of authority.
I purse my lips, exasperated.
"What?"he snaps.
"I wanted a Coke," I whisper. His eyes narrow, and he shakes his head.
"The Pinot is fine etc..."
"Really?"
"Really." He smiles, his dazzling smile, and my stomach pole vaults over my spleen. I can't help but reflect the glorious smile back at him."


This relationship is so fucked up." 12 comments
06/20/2012 page 107
20.0% ""The waitress takes our drinks order. She flushes when she sees Christian, avoiding eye contact with him, hiding under her bangs. She likes him! It's not just me!"

Not the same, girl. She finds him physically attractive. You find him attractive even when you're aware of his obsessiveness and possessiveness and stalker-y ways.
There is no justification."
06/20/2012 page 107
20.0% ""The waitress takes our drinks order. She flushes when she sees Christian, avoiding eye contact with him, hiding under her bangs. She likes him! It's not just me!"

Not the same, girl. She finds him physically attractive. You find him attractive even when you're aware of his obsessiveness and possessiveness and stalker-y ways.
There is no justification."
06/20/2012 page 109
20.0% "Grey: "I've never slept with anyone, never had sex in my bed, never flown a girl in [my helicopter], never introduced a girl to my mother. What are you doing to me?

Oh, wake up, Grey. She's clearly doing a Bella. Pretty soon she'll "dazzle" you. Watch this space."
06/20/2012 page 111
21.0% ""How does [Christian] change so quickly from one mood to the next? He's so mercurial."

The man's a sociopath. I knew it."
06/20/2012 page 113
21.0% ""Too obvious. My subconscious glares at me, wagging her long skinny finger, then morphs into the scales of justice to remind [Grey] could sue me if I disclose too much."

This description is so much like something you'd find in a movie script.

The author sure thinks ahead, doesn't she?"
06/20/2012 page 113
21.0% "All hail Anastacia Steele, the only person on Earth who still uses "Holy Moses!" as an exclamatory statement.

I couldn't stop giggling when I saw it--especially since the incident which provoked the outburst was just that she had been asleep for nine hours. Bitch, whut? I figure she wouldn't be impressed with my routines. 10 hours minimum weekends. I'm sure that'd get a "Holy FUCK!" out of lil miss Puritan."
06/20/2012 page 113
21.0% "All hail Anastacia Steele, the only person on Earth who still uses "Holy Moses!" as an exclamatory statement.

I couldn't stop giggling when I saw it--especially since the incident which provoked the outburst was just that she had been asleep for nine hours. Bitch, whut? I figure she wouldn't be impressed with my routines. 10 hours minimum weekends. I'm sure that'd get a "Holy FUCK!" out of lil miss Puritan."
06/23/2012 page 133
25.0% "The emails are cute. Annoyingly. I want this to be a big steaming pile of turd, but alas, I seem to have stumbled across something redeemable.

Damn."
06/23/2012 page 135
25.0% ""His fingers gently tuck my hair behind my ear. His fingers circle my ear, and very softly, he tugs my earlobe, rhythmically. It's so sexual."

Um...is it?

" 2 comments
06/24/2012 page 136
25.0% ""My inner goddess burns so bright she could light up Portland."

Her inner goddess is somehow even more irritating that Ana herself. How is that even possible? You know what?
FUCK THIS SHIT.

"
06/24/2012 page 136
25.0% ""..He leans down and kisses me, pouring a delicious, crisp liquid into my mouth as he does. It's so unexpected, hot, though it's chilled."

Wut.

" 2 comments
06/25/2012 page 142
26.0% ""Christian, smitten with me? Hardly. He's just looking for a convenient new toy that he can bed and do unspeakable things to. My heart tightens painfully. This is the reality."

HOLY SHIT SHE HAS SEEN THE LIGHT OH MY GOD TELL EVERYONE OH MY GOD OH MY GOD SHE ACTUALLY HAS A BRAIN CELL WHO KNEW



......Not that it will last. *sad*" 41 comments
06/25/2012 page 146
27.0% "If you give your "lover" the nickname of "MR CONTROL FREAK", surely that would be a sign to get out of the relationship. No?



Let me help you with that one, Ana. The answer is YES." 6 comments
06/25/2012 page 151
28.0% ""Putting his elbows on the table-"

Ahaha! For about a straight minute, I thought it said "Putting his EYEBROWS on the table". It was pretty hilarious.

But I guess the fact I wasn't that perturbed by this strange sentence says a lot about the book. And about me.

Seriously, though. Christian Grey reaching up and putting his eyebrows on the table, all nonchalantly.... very amusing." 2 comments
06/25/2012 page 153
28.0% ""Bring your wine," he murmurs.

Why does The Douchebag have to murmur EVERYTHING? He can't even tell Ana to bring her wine without a murmur! Overkill; thy name is James.

He murmurs he murmurs he murmurs he murmurs he murmurs he mur-

"
06/25/2012 page 154
29.0% ""I've already ordered. I hope you don't mind."

Frankly, I'm relieved. I'm not sure I can make any further decisions."


HAH! Any more decisions? More? As in, having made some already?
This girl is so delusional."
06/25/2012 page 155
29.0% ""Holy Moses, he's ordered a bed of rice."

WHY MUST HOLY MOSES COME INTO THIS? Even this phrase is getting murdered by its frequency of usage." 2 comments
06/25/2012 page 155
29.0% ""I can barely manage to stay away from you now," he pauses.
What? He can't stay away from me?


All their conversations consist of is him murmuring something cheesy, and her repeating it in her thoughts. These two deserve each other." 12 comments
07/01/2012 page 159
29.0% ""I can tell you want me because your body gives you away. You're pressing your thighs together, you're flushed, and your breathing has changed."
"How do you know about my thighs?"
"I felt the tablecloth move. Calculated guess."


Holy shit, we have a sex-pert in our midst.
" 6 comments
07/01/2012 page 159
29.0% ""You prefer cold cod to me?"

Fuck yes, Christian."
07/01/2012 page 178
33.0% ""Some more champagne?"
"Yes, please."
He fills my cup. Is he getting me tipsy? I eye him suspiciously.


OMG DATE RAPE. Whatever the hell next?"
07/01/2012 page 180
33.0% ""I'd really like to claim your ass, Ana."

Oh dear. He's not content with claiming her whole life; he also wants to claim her fricking ass! I am half-expecting him to burn his initial on her buttcheeks like she's a cow.



Hoboy." 10 comments
07/01/2012 page 187
35.0% ""His skin is so smooth and soft...and hard...what a delicious combination."

*eyeroll*
What an impossible combination." 1 comment
07/01/2012 page 188
35.0% ""I'm fifty shades of fucked-up."



Ain't that the truth." 2 comments

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message 1: by Bern (new) - rated it 1 star

Bern You haven't seen anything yet. Try counting how many "ghosts of a smile" loom over his lips throughout the book. And this is because I`m not even done yet and already I want to go get hammered and try and forget about this.


Mel (who is deeply in love with herself) Hah! You're right, I noticed that, too. And the fact Anastacia blushes like a tomato every other sentence. Come on, girl, that amount of blushing is not even biologically possible.

DON'T WORRY, BERNARDO. WE SHALL GET THROUGH THIS TOGETHER. *firm nod*
I wish I drank alcohol so I could join you and we could get irreparably hammered together. But I don't. So I will have to suffer through this shit with no comfort. Though I suppose there is chocolate to soothe me......*daydream*
*slobber*
*drool*
Hmmmmmmmmmmm. Chocolate.




message 3: by Bern (last edited May 02, 2012 08:06AM) (new) - rated it 1 star

Bern Nothing about Anastasia is biologically possible, the woman is a talking tomato O.O

HOLD ME, MEL, I AM GIDDY WITH PREOCCUPATION. *shakes head slightly while faints* Oh, darling. We can get drunk on mountain dew or orange juice and drown ourselves in chocolate. I don't think it will erase the tainted memories we have of... this. Ever.

EVER.


Mel (who is deeply in love with herself) You're right; the woman is a CURSE ON HUMANITY miracle! I can't believe scientists haven't snapped her up and taken her to a secret bunk yet. With the amount of falling and tripping she does in this book, I am surprised she's still alive, quite frankly. Nobody that clumsy can exist in such a hazardous world for long. She really is one of a kind.

HOLD *ME*, BERNARDO, I AM EVEN GIDDIER. ((hug))
Hey, no mountain dew for me. How about good ol'fashioned apple juice? (view spoiler)
Forget drowning ourselves in chocolate. Where's the fun in that? I have a HOSEPIPE WHICH GUSHES HOT CHOCOLATE INTO YOUR MOUTH.
Aw yeah! Now that's cool.

We WILL survive this, we WILL survive this, we WILL survive this. We can only hope.


message 5: by Bern (new) - rated it 1 star

Bern I think she's evaded them with her superior stealth skills. You know, like falling head first on every possible surface everytime she's in motion.

LET'S HOLD EACH OTHER THEN, MEL. OH, THE GIDDINESS, IT OVERWHELMS ME! ((hugs back desperately))
Oh god what 90 year old poltergeist possessed your body? LEAVE THAT BODY THAT DOESN'T BELONG TO YOU, EVIL CREATURE OF THE DARKNESS!
Oh, chocolate squirting hoses are involved? I'M IN.

We will NOT end up shooting ourselves in the face, we will NOT end up shooting ourselves in the face, we will NOT end up shooting ourselves in the face... Well, fuck.


Mel (who is deeply in love with herself) Kimberlea wrote: "I've heard so much about this that I cannot bring myself to read this. Fingers crossed you get through this without wanting to rip your hair out!"

Alas, you were too late with your well-wishes. My hair si lying in tatters around my bed from all the wrenching and ripping I've done. This book is not recommended for people who are already on the edge of depression. It will undoubtedly send them over that edge.


Mel (who is deeply in love with herself) Bernardo--

I HAVE SHOT MYSELF IN THE FOOT AS A WARNING TO MYSELF TO STOP READING. SHOOTING MYSELF IN THE FACE IS MY NEXT STEP. Have you succumbed to the madness yet?


message 8: by Bern (new) - rated it 1 star

Bern Oh, Mel, no!

WE MUSTN'T GIVE UP YET! WE'RE SO YOUNG AND BEAUTIFUL AND HAVE SO MUCH TO LIVE FOR AND BEAUTIFUL DID I ALREADY SAY BEAUTIFUL BECAUSE THAT'S RELEVANT! And almost. I'm almost there. I can feel it creeping inside me, though. The madness. Soon I shall be dancing to Britney's Hold It Against Me on the living room while wearing my ironic boxer briefs and a cape made out of sheets. Oh, and sunglasses.


Mel (who is deeply in love with herself) BERNARDO. MAH BEAUTY AND VITALITY HAS BEEN EXTINGUISHED. It is too late for me. You go on without me! *dramatic swoon*


I have a feeling you were channeling your inner Captain Underpants when you were describing your uniform...


message 10: by Bern (new) - rated it 1 star

Bern NO, MEL, I SHAN'T LEAVE YOU! WHAT AM I TO DO WITHOUT YOU BESIDE ME? NO! TISN'T WORTH IT WITHOUT YOU! *single tear escapes eye*

MAYBE I WAS, SO WHAT?


Mel (who is deeply in love with herself) I never knew you felt so passionately for me. Awww. YOU HAVE GIVEN MY LIFE MEANING AGAIN. *stands up straight and punches the air triumphantly*
YEAH BITCHES! Mel and Bernardo are gonna rock this place. Which town shall we hit first?



I shall forever imagine you like this from now on:

Oh, and with sunglasses, too, of course. Mustn't forget those.
*gigglesnort*


message 12: by Bern (new) - rated it 1 star

Bern I do so. I. Do. So. HAVE I? SO YOU PROMISE NOT TO DIE AND ABANDON ME WITH THE REST OF THE PEASANTS? OH, BABY! *gets out a boom box and plays Stupid Hoe for some reason*
AWYEAH I think we better get to London, that place's been a total bore since decades ago...

Well look at you, gigglesnorting around like you own the place.
I SHALL HAVE MY REVENGE.


message 13: by Mel (new) - rated it 1 star

Mel I can't wait for your review. >=D


Mel (who is deeply in love with herself) I'm not good with reviews. I rarely manage to finish one; as an example to show how lazy I am, I have had Torment out of the library for MONTHS because I was so certain I would write a review for it. Fast-forward 3 months and I still only have three quarters of a page typed up....
I'm really not reviewer material, I'm afraid. :(

Besides, yours was more than adequate to sum the book up! I don't even need to add anything because you've pretty much pointed out all the flaws. ;)


message 15: by Wigs (new) - rated it 1 star

Wigs OH GURL WHY DID YOU START


Mel (who is deeply in love with herself) OH WIGS I DONT KNOW. Maybe because of all the negative reviews? (Including yours!)
I can't resist a thick juicy book which has all my friends in such a frazzle. I lurve me some scandal.


Mel (who is deeply in love with herself) Holy shizzle. Did I just describe a book as thick and juicy?
I can think of a few other things which fit that description.....God, I'm a freak.


message 18: by Bern (new) - rated it 1 star

Bern This is because you haven't even read the book yet. Wait until you do, everything becomes permanently tainted, Mel. Everything.


message 19: by Wigs (new) - rated it 1 star

Wigs Yea the problem is that like ....to me it's not even juice worthy. Modelland, yes, I want everyone to read that mess. Fifty Shades? No omg I was trying so hard to even force myself to get to the end. It's not awesomely bad in any sense of the word...it's just maddeningly why does this exist bad...ugh

BUT YOU CHOSE THIS PATH DON'T BLAME ME WHEN YOU START KILLING BITCHES


message 20: by Bern (new) - rated it 1 star

Bern I... I'mconsideringreadingthesecondone. There. I said it. Is there something wrong with me? I hated it. I was so exhausted by the time it was over I couldn't even read anything else for a day. What's wrong with me? Do I need help?


message 21: by Wigs (new) - rated it 1 star

Wigs Bernardo ~who is hotter than fire~ wrote: "I... I'mconsideringreadingthesecondone. There. I said it. Is there something wrong with me? I hated it. I was so exhausted by the time it was over I couldn't even read anything else for a day. What..."


lol gurl

me too.

and I don't understand the urge outside of like masochism beyond belief.

but like....

it's have to be in like a year or something cuz I can't handle more right now.


message 22: by Bern (new) - rated it 1 star

Bern Maybe we should start group therapy.

Maybe we should have delicious food in our group therapy so we could actually just eat instead of discussing our psychological issues ever since reading 50SoG.

No, but seriously, though. I dont think I can handle it right now. I felt brain dead after i finished the first one and i'm actually not just being dramatic here.


message 23: by Wigs (new) - rated it 1 star

Wigs "Maybe we should have delicious food in our group therapy so we could actually just eat instead of discussing our psychological issues ever since reading 50SoG."

This.

Let's do this.

Eating so much we forget everything.


message 24: by Bern (new) - rated it 1 star

Bern Can we? Can you promise we will?

Because I don't think my sanity will be coming back anytime soon without the aid of crappy food.

Loads of it.


message 25: by Bern (new) - rated it 1 star

Bern I used to have that, but I've managed to repress most of it recently. But this book, though. It was so appalling I just feel like... I don't know. I need to know what happens.


message 26: by [deleted user] (new)

Reminds me of an episode of Family Guy: Ear Sex.


message 27: by John (new) - rated it 1 star

John Egbert I can only say I hope you make it through this book without giving up on the human race...


message 28: by Angela (new)

Angela Your updates are hilarious. And saves me from having to read this tripe, thanks.


Mel (who is deeply in love with herself) John wrote: "I can only say I hope you make it through this book without giving up on the human race..."


Too late.


Mel (who is deeply in love with herself) Angela wrote: "Your updates are hilarious. And saves me from having to read this tripe, thanks."

No! That wasn't my intention! I want EVERYONE to read this-- EVERYONE!

It's such fun!


message 31: by [deleted user] (new)

Mel (who is deeply in love with herself) wrote: "Angela wrote: "Your updates are hilarious. And saves me from having to read this tripe, thanks."

No! That wasn't my intention! I want EVERYONE to read this-- EVERYONE!

It's such fun!"


Mmm....seems legit.


message 32: by Angela (last edited Jun 26, 2012 09:46AM) (new)

Angela But there are far too many good books in the world (and my room, and on my kindle) to read and not enough time/life!


Mel (who is deeply in love with herself) *gigglesnort*

I'm serious, though, Lyn. It really is an enjoyable read. I mean, it's not like I'm trudging through every single page (except for the sex scenes).

You should try it out.


Mel (who is deeply in love with herself) Angela wrote: "But there are far too many good books in the world (and my room, and on my kindle) to read and not enough time/life!"

Aw, Angela! (Or should I say Frederico?)

Don't be such a defeatist. If you haven't got time, make time! SImples. Sometimes you have to make sacrifices for snark. I did, didn't I?


message 35: by Angela (new)

Angela Aw, Angela! (Or should I say Frederico?)

Don't be such a defeatist. If you haven't got time, make time! SImples. Sometimes you have to make sacrifices for snark. I did, didn't I?


I'm not very good with the snark to be honest, I think this would just annoy the hell out of me. I love reading your snark though.


message 36: by Cheyla (new)

Cheyla Mel, your updates on Ts are hilarious :D


message 37: by Cheyla (new)

Cheyla *this


Mel (who is deeply in love with herself) Thanks so much. Glad to know I'm not completely wasting my time with this.


......Or am I? *dramatic music*


message 39: by Cheyla (new)

Cheyla ARE you?

*dramatic-er music*


Mel (who is deeply in love with herself) I DONT KNOW.

*dramatic-est music*

(beat that!)


message 41: by Cheyla (new)

Cheyla WELL... YOU SHOULD!!

*silence.... AMD THEN SPONTANEOUS LOUD TRUMPETS!!!*


Mel (who is deeply in love with herself) OH NO YOU DIDNT.



My maturity levels rarely progress beyond this, I'm afraid.

*VUVUZUELA VUVUZEALA VUVUZEALA*


message 43: by Cheyla (new)

Cheyla *droll stare

I would post a GIF if I was on an actual computer.


Mel (who is deeply in love with herself) Wait.....you didn't have a come-back?

Does this mean that...I win?

YES! *celebratory dance*
Uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh. Oh yeah.

Take that, loser! *blows raspberry*

(view spoiler)


message 45: by Cheyla (new)

Cheyla *sulks* NO FAIR! You meanie head!


Mel (who is deeply in love with herself) Meanie head? Seriously?

I feel like I've travelled back to my childhood. Gah, Cheyla, what are you doing to me? Just when I thought I'd blossomed into a mature, spohisticated young woman, you force me to take drastic action and call you a....

(view spoiler)


message 47: by Cheyla (new)

Cheyla Mature, sophisticated MEANIE HEAD maybe! And really? Smelly pig? That's the best you got?

I SHALL NOW DEEM YOU A...

(view spoiler)


message 48: by Victoria (new) - added it

Victoria Hey Mel, are you enjoying this book? By the way, I love your GIFs! They are hilarious. Base on the reviews, I'm probably not going to read this anytime soon.


Mel (who is deeply in love with herself) Victoria! Hey! <3 You okay?

Actually, the book is on hold for the moment because I'm not liking it much. But I have this stupid rule, where I have to finish a book I've started. So I'm stuck with it. *sigh*

If you like writing snark (which I remember you don't), then this truly is the book for you. There is so much snark-worthy material in these pages you'll probably be writing the review for years!

But if you ask me about the quality of the writing, I'll have to be harsh and say it's terrible. If you're looking for a good book with good characters, I wouldn't recommend this book. Never.


Sayjil My heart goes out to you. I pray that you gain the strength to finish this book.


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