Christian Grey finally has his own book and we’ve rounded up the sentences that will see you shudder.
A new Fifty Shades of Grey book has hit the shelves and the writing is just as cringe-worthy and classless as ever before.
Christian Grey, the damaged billionaire playboy from EL James’s best-selling erotic-novel-turned-global-sensation Fifty Shades of Grey takes the reins in this adaption, re-telling the events from the first book from his perspective.
What began as fan fiction inspired by the Twilight novels, the Fifty Shades trilogy has sold more than 125 million copies since coming out in 2011. The first Fifty Shades movie came out earlier this year and grossed more than $500 million worldwide.
So, if you’re not up for reading the newly released Grey, never fear. We’ve rounded up the most cringe-worthy lines for your viewing pleasure.
“She has a fresh, wholesome fragrance that reminds me of my grandfather’s apple orchard.”
“She’s oil on my troubled, deep, dark waters.”
“She wears a coquettish smile, which addresses my dick directly.”
“I take one bite of tuna to assuage my hunger, then reach for my pen. I’ve chosen a quote. A warning. I made the correct choice, walking away from her. Not all men are romantic heroes. I’ll take the word ‘men-folk’ out. She’ll understand.”
“My green car is fuzzy. Covered in grey fur and dirt. I want it back. But I can’t reach it. I can never reach it. My green car is lost. Lost. And I can never play with it again.”
“For all her maladroitness, she has a beautiful neckline.”
“Where would be convenient for you? In my room. Just you, me, and the cable ties.”
“‘Your sandwich, Mr Grey.’ ‘Chicken and mayonnaise?’ ‘Um…’ I stare at her. She just doesn’t get it. Olivia offers an inept apology. ‘I said chicken with mayonnaise, Olivia. It’s not that hard.’”
Will you be reading Grey?