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Fifty Shades of Oy Vey: A Parody

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Sex. Bondage. Bagels. When college senior Anatevka Stein meets bagel tycoon Chaim Silver, she encounters a mensch like none she has ever known- brilliant, lecherous and reeking of herring. The combination is impossible to resist. Chaim wants her too, subject to conditions spelled out in a Kinky Ketubah. What sexual techniques will he teach her in his Blue Room of ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published August 22nd 2013 by Alfred A. Knish
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Bathsheva Gladstone
Oct 19, 2013 rated it liked it
Ridiculous, offensive and yet you will laugh and then feel insulted and then-- guilt and shame...
Les
Aug 29, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This is the funniest book I ever read. You have a bagel tycoon Chaim Silver, who gets interview for the Hillel Review by a young college Jewish girl name Anatevka Stein . She is over taken by him. The things that they do when making love is very funny. Ever page will make you laugh. It is a very funny, and the Passover gathering, and when his mother catches them have sex is so funny it will bring tears to your eyes. You will laugh your way through the book. The author explains the yiddish words ...more
Victoria
Nov 28, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Absolutely hilarious! You cant take it seriously-dont be offended-it is just such a perfect and HILARIOUS parody - I laughed so hard on almost every page, but also recognize its exaggerated silliness! If you havent read Fifty Shades of Grey you wont get it at all. You cant have just seen the movie - it is the writing she parodies so well! It was a very entertaining and obviously over the top read! ...more
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Hilarious parody! Do not read if you are easily offended!
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