Removing One's Rocks

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Removing One's Rocks

Actually, no. Not a better love story than Twilight.

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Chrono212

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Is the comic implying that Erin doesn't already run a ninja clan/pop band?

For shame.
 

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DVS BSTrD said:
Grey Carter said:
Actually, no. Not a better love story than Twilight.
Actually that's still a bit of a grey area.
50 shades of Carter.

*thinks*


Not my kind of thing. No offense, Grey.
 

Tireseas_v1legacy

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For the record, that book (50 Shades of Gray, and yes, I know that the title is something else, but let's be honest as to what it's referring to) is terrible. Like the original work the fanfic was based on (Twilight), it teaches extremely dangerous practices in a D/s relationship to the point that a sizable part of the BDSM community has read it to teach newcomers what not to do that they may have in mind.

And, uhh, obligatory, I don't eat ice cream when I watch porn or a porn derivative (such as a proper visual novel). You need both hands free... to work the keyboard and mouse.

Classy...
 

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DVS BSTrD said:
Grey Carter said:
Actually, no. Not a better love story than Twilight.
Actually that's still a bit of a grey area.
Hey, he's not here to carter to your specific needs.

OT: Laughed my frickin' ass off. You've been making me do that a lot recently, Grey, just don't let Corey take the story reigns again. Ever. >.>
 

Tireseas_v1legacy

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DVS BSTrD said:
Grey Carter said:
Actually, no. Not a better love story than Twilight.
Actually that's still a bit of a grey area.
*Ties you to a St. Andrews Cross face first and whips you fifty times for each pun with a barbed wire flogger*

Mistress Gentleman does not tolerate puns!
 

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The Gentleman said:
For the record, that book (50 Shades of Gray, and yes, I know that the title is something else, but let's be honest as to what it's referring to) is terrible. Like the original work the fanfic was based on (Twilight), it teaches extremely dangerous practices in a D/s relationship to the point that a sizable part of the BDSM community has read it to teach newcomers what not to do that they may have in mind.

And, uhh, obligatory, I don't eat ice cream when I watch porn or a porn derivative (such as a proper visual novel). You need both hands free... to work the keyboard and mouse.

Classy...
Well now you've made me want to read the book just as a "what-not-to-do" manual. Still not going to read it, but now I want to.
 

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I have never understood the appeal of "romance" novels/visual novels/lenghty films with porn in them. To me, its going through tedious and laughingly terrible plot with a halfboner at best. Then once the "steamy" scenes happen, even if they are well made I've just lost interest by then.

I guess im more into instant gratification when it comes to porn.
 

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I totally don't read this comic while fantasizing about Erin either... I mean... shit...
 

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vun said:
The Gentleman said:
For the record, that book (50 Shades of Gray, and yes, I know that the title is something else, but let's be honest as to what it's referring to) is terrible. Like the original work the fanfic was based on (Twilight), it teaches extremely dangerous practices in a D/s relationship to the point that a sizable part of the BDSM community has read it to teach newcomers what not to do that they may have in mind.

And, uhh, obligatory, I don't eat ice cream when I watch porn or a porn derivative (such as a proper visual novel). You need both hands free... to work the keyboard and mouse.

Classy...
Well now you've made me want to read the book just as a "what-not-to-do" manual. Still not going to read it, but now I want to.
Yeah, don't bite your lip, talk about your inner goddess or refer to your genitals as "down there".
 

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That's my girlfriend right there. Yup.

She plays dating sims AND reads smut like 50 Shades of Grey XD
 

Ishal

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50 shades of dick. Subtle.

Funny that there are entire genres of anime that are just like that.
 

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At least I don't read my porn/VN/Doujin in public/living room or tell everybody about it.
I'm fine with porn, I just don't think it's something you share with people you don't have sex with.
 

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Piorn said:
At least I don't read my porn/VN/Doujin in public/living room or tell everybody about it.
Would you be horrified if I told you I saw a dude hiding his face in a bus, reading 50 Shades of Grey?

OT: Heh. Heh heh. Erin's expression is priceless.
 

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I thought 50 Shades had it's primary market with older women, hence the term "mummy porn", which was quite upsetting when I discovered it didn't involve a man covered in bandages punishing the naughty ladies who broke into his tomb.

Are middle-aged mothers incapable of sustaining normal human relationships, according to this comic?
 

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The Gentleman said:
For the record, that book (50 Shades of Gray, and yes, I know that the title is something else, but let's be honest as to what it's referring to) is terrible. Like the original work the fanfic was based on (Twilight), it teaches extremely dangerous practices in a D/s relationship to the point that a sizable part of the BDSM community has read it to teach newcomers what not to do that they may have in mind.
I've seen this argument a lot, but I rarely see it applied to other things.

Not a lot of people kick a fuss over video games manshooters and how they give unrealistic depictions of what it's like to be in a war, or even use a gun.

Or that racing game's encourage people to drive haphazardly.

The book wasn't meant to be a how-to guide on BDSM. It's a work of fiction about some messed up people doing stupid things (with a ridiculous premise). It's meant to entertain, to titillate, not educate. And why should it? Not everything needs to be about that.

I've never read the thing myself, the eye-roll worthy anecdotes from my partners read-through were more than enough for me. It just seems this is a rather unfair standard because it has to do with sex.
 

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canadamus_prime said:
So is this an example of foot in mouth disease?
heh! nice one.

Chronic foot in mouth disease at that..
how about an 'ironically hypocritical freudian effronterie.'

shame it's so unwieldy!