50 Shades, Oh No She Didn’t!

*Please be advised that as soon as I hit the publish button I will race straight to Gravatar and change my rating to a PG-13. If you like my blog, but don’t like naughty words, just go ahead and skip this post. I would hate to offend anyone, but sometimes certain things must be said!

I wasn’t going to run this morning until I remembered that I used a credit on audible.com and had downloaded 50 Shades of Grey.

There’s been a lot of controversy about the book for it’s saucy portrayal of an innocent and her seducer and has apparently been making wives blush from sea to shining sea.

I haven’t begun blushing.

Instead, I spent my six and a half mile run totally distracted, counting the number of times the word “crap” had been used.

Let me preface this by saying that it’s my mother’s fault for my utter distain with the word. She loathes it more than I. It’s ugliness and overuse has caused her eyes to roll back in her head for long as I can remember. Sometimes if it’s not one thing it’s your mother, but in this case I have to agree with her.

Why isย that wordย used so freely when other words with the same meaning are not deemed appropriate for daytime television?

Why is it any better than the litany of other swear words that mean the same thing?

Was there not another word E.L. James could come up with?

Don’t think I am a prude. Those who know me will agree that I have a very trained potty mouth. I am a big fan of that word that starts with F. I don’t have a single problem with the B one and even anal doesn’t make me cringe.

I particularly like them strung together as in “Fucking anal bitch!”

See. Words have power.

Are we devolving as a society by not objecting when this word is used so commonly that newscasters throw it around, too? Kids in school think it’s okay. Afternoon Disney programming uses is often.

By the middle of chapter three hated word number one was said ten times.

It’s my hope that when I finish the book it remains in my memory for its much talked about story line and not the for the number of times an ugly word was used to portray oomph.

Oh, I do hope so. It would be such a shame otherwise!

Grey, grey, grey.
From Pinterest.
grey grey grey
Cute Grey Boots.
grey, grey grey!
Blankets in Shades of Grey.

7 thoughts on “50 Shades, Oh No She Didn’t!

    1. I like FFS! I like most any word, but I guess I’ve been programmed to dislike that c one. Funny how I’m not getting much feedback on this one. So many people use it now FFS!!!!!

  1. There is only one “C” word that sucks the air out of me and it is not the same “C” word that you are discussing. Oh by the way…I like to use the f word when I’m angry…It always makes me feel better. So…should I read the book or not? I am very curious by all of the hype.

    1. Now see… your C word doesn’t make me flinch. ๐Ÿ™‚ I wouldn’t waste your money on the book! I may have to write under a pseudonym. I could come up with much better especially with all my pent up potty language! Love you!

  2. I have no problem with this word, sorry, I know that probably bugs the cr*p out of you ๐Ÿ™‚ Joking!
    PS I also love and overuse For F’s sake. Feels good just typing it.

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