Hemsworth and Evans being silly at SDCC
it’s like you’re my mirror
Yer a hazard, Harry! [ferribitch]
Annie again. I’d actually really prefer you direct questions to me because it’s mildly inconvenient to have to switch laptops every time you send an ask.
But yes, I am familiar with the sequels. I think if you had actually read and understood the response I gave you you would’ve noticed that I referenced the last book, 50 Shades Freed, in which he denies her orgasm, makes her cry and beg him to stop- the rape scene, I mentioned.
So, no, I can’t give you this one. If anything, their relationship gets worse as the books progress because he effectively manipulates her into marriage, continuously speaks of said marriage as another negotiation/contract situation- also, as if he’s trying to buy a piece of property which he 100% thinks Ana is. I’m not saying that calling someone ‘mine’ in an erotic novel can’t be hot, but it definitely isn’t when said title is prefaced by actions like preventing Ana from seeing her friends, keeping her enslaved to the home on account of her ‘safety’, hacking into her bank account, buying the business she works at so he can control her further, emotionally manipulating her into doing what he wants, etc.
I’m getting the impression that you really like these books which is fine, I’m not going to tell someone what to enjoy. But you have to understand that just because you like something doesn’t automatically make it not problematic. Whether you’re ready to accept it or not, these books effectively depict and glorify an emotionally-manipulative, abusive relationship
This is how Lukie plays piano apparently.
Why do adults think “So what’s your major? Oh, and what are you going to do with that?” is acceptable small talk
What am I going to do with my degree? Hang it on the wall and cry, probably
malcolm in the middle was the realest show
At the Opera Ball
Henri Toulouse Lautrec
when you can’t hear what someone says and they repeat it 98 times and you’re still like