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Hotel Replaces Bedside Bibles With '50 Shades Of Grey': Hilarious or Horrible?

mrosen814 2012/07/31 21:00:00
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Bibles have been booted from The Damson Dene Hotel... and E L James’ BDSM erotica novel "Fifty Shades of Grey" has taken its place in every room within the English inn.

Upon request, the front desk of the hotel will provide bibles. TheFrisky goes on to write "...the replacement has caused much controversy, with people in the United States sending “quite a few e-mails quoting the scripture to [the hotel] and suggesting that it would be a good thing to put the Bible back.”

THEFRISKY.COM reports:
Christian Grey is damn near God-like — at least according to guests’ bedside tables in The Damson Dene Hotel.’
god-like guests bedside tables damson dene hotel bibles booted james

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  • dePSyChO 2012/07/31 21:34:33
    Hilarious
    dePSyChO
    +43
    I mean, think about it - both the Bible and 50 Shades are popular works of fiction. 50 Shades just happens to be a bit more realistic.

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  • rawrimamoocow 2012/07/31 21:45:31
    Hilarious
    rawrimamoocow
    +3
    Hahahahaha!!!! Dafuq!!! Thats so wrong on so many levels!!!!!! The US would have a problem with something that happened in one place 20,000 miles away.
  • jubil8 ... rawrima... 2012/07/31 21:47:41
    jubil8 BN-0 PON
    Well, it's only 3,000 miles from the E. Coast, but your point is well-taken anyway lol.
  • Daryl 2012/07/31 21:44:51
    Horrible
    Daryl
    +11
    I wouldn't stay there but it's their hotel and they get to choose what to put in the rooms.

    I prefer reading the Good Book to reading Mommy-porn.
  • hasher Daryl 2012/07/31 22:53:19
    hasher
    +1
    yep thats true. hey did you see where phelps got silver today thus making him the athelete to win the most medals?? pretty awsome. i know you were concerned about him in one of your previous questions. just sayin i think his first perfomance was little off.
  • Daryl hasher 2012/07/31 22:55:38
    Daryl
    +1
    Imagine what he could have accomplished if he wasn't smoking weed.
  • Linnster Daryl 2012/08/01 00:23:14
    Linnster
    +1
    What if it wasn't "mommy porn?"
  • Daryl Linnster 2012/08/01 00:23:47
    Daryl
    +1
    I don't understand the question.
  • Linnster Daryl 2012/08/01 00:25:10
    Linnster
    +1
    Would some other form of porn be better?
  • Daryl Linnster 2012/08/01 00:25:55
    Daryl
    +2
    I am not saying I never see porn.

    I do my best to avoid it and I would rather use my time with a real woman.
  • Linnster Daryl 2012/08/01 00:31:05
    Linnster
    +3
    What I was asking was whether you would still prefer to read the Good Book if the other book was not mommy porn but some literary acclaimed book containing porn - perhaps, Lady Chatterly's Lover or Tropic of Cancer.
  • Daryl Linnster 2012/08/01 17:22:07
    Daryl
    +1
    Those books don't appeal to me.

    I read a lot...all day long mostly technical manuals.

    When I am on my own time, I prefer to speak with others.

    To answer you question, I would rather read the Holy Bible than 'Lady Chatterly's Lover'.
  • Linnster Daryl 2012/08/01 22:05:27
    Linnster
    +1
    Fair enough. I haven't read Lady Chatterly's Lover, Tropic of Cancer or 50 Shades of Gray either. I prefer my romance hands on.
  • Daryl Linnster 2012/08/01 22:11:16
  • Linnster Daryl 2012/08/01 22:14:26
  • dePSyChO 2012/07/31 21:34:33
    Hilarious
    dePSyChO
    +43
    I mean, think about it - both the Bible and 50 Shades are popular works of fiction. 50 Shades just happens to be a bit more realistic.
  • blackri... dePSyChO 2012/08/02 08:14:59
    blackrings70
    +2
    Awesome!!!
  • aperson... dePSyChO 2012/08/02 22:01:58
    apersonyoudontknow
    +2
    omg thank you
  • ~Countr... dePSyChO 2012/08/03 06:07:40
    ~Country Girl~
    +3
    Best comment I've seen in a long time :D
  • Johann dePSyChO 2012/08/04 02:06:40
    Johann
    +1
    well said!
  • rhirhi 2012/07/31 21:27:32
    Hilarious
    rhirhi
    +6
    ARE YOU SERIOUS!?
  • Tenness... rhirhi 2012/07/31 23:12:11 (edited)
    Tennessee3501
    Hilarious? I thought you only learned about such things after your 21st birthday when your mother explained everything! How did you find out? LOL !
  • rhirhi Tenness... 2012/08/01 02:51:30
    rhirhi
    +2
    My friends have read it
  • Tenness... rhirhi 2012/08/01 17:34:06
    Tennessee3501
    +1
    You will have to read it to make sure they are telling you the truth!
  • thє вlu... rhirhi 2012/08/01 03:10:03
  • rhirhi thє вlu... 2012/08/01 03:16:25
    rhirhi
    Yes
  • Cellar Door 2012/07/31 21:26:13
    Hilarious
    Cellar Door
    +10
    Hilarious because 50 Shades of Grey is horrible
    But hey when you have the overwhelming urge to read a terrible porn book then I guess it's a good idea
  • jubil8 ... Cellar ... 2012/07/31 21:53:13
    jubil8 BN-0 PON
    +1
    Good one, CD.
  • Jo Cellar ... 2012/07/31 23:44:05
    Jo
    You've read the entire trilogy?
  • Cellar ... Jo 2012/08/01 03:00:59
    Cellar Door
    +1
    No i've heard people reading sections of the book and I've made up my mind that it's horrible omg
  • Jo Cellar ... 2012/08/01 05:30:29
    Jo
    +1
    Oh that makes perfect sense; you've never read the story, know nothing about the plot, yet you decide that its "horrible". That's pretty pathetic.
  • Eccles Jo 2012/08/01 05:53:47
    Eccles
    +3
    Badly written garbage is what it is, laughable tripe. Pathetic.
  • Jo Eccles 2012/08/01 11:28:42 (edited)
    Jo
    You don't know that because you admittedly haven't read it, and what's laughable and pathetic is you referring to it that way when you've never read it.
  • Eccles Jo 2012/08/01 13:39:36
    Eccles
    +3
    You have your literature I have mine. If I happen to look at how it is written and on that alone draw a conclusion that the writing has no merit as prose I don't know what I am talking about I cannot make a judgment on it. Must I go through the whole badly written thing before I throw the garbage out the window, I think not.
    How many books have you tossed aside because you could not come to terms with the writing or the subject.
  • Cellar ... Jo 2012/08/01 19:59:00
  • Jo Cellar ... 2012/08/02 01:48:45
    Jo
    thats all in the first book; it totally changes in 2 and 3.
  • Cleaver62 Cellar ... 2012/08/01 16:27:48
    Cleaver62
    +1
    It is better than nothing and much better than the bible.
  • jOkEsOnYoU Cellar ... 2012/08/01 17:54:01
    jOkEsOnYoU
    +1
    Yeah, don't listen to whatshername. I've read all the books and they ARE horrible. The overall story is crap and the sex scenes were just hilarious. Very, VERY bad, let me tell you.

    So I wouldn't waste my time with any of those books(or anyone that tries to give you crap for not reading them*hint hint*).
  • Cellar ... jOkEsOnYoU 2012/08/01 20:01:47
    Cellar Door
    +1
    Yeah sdlkfj
    I know for a fact that it is, I've read quotes, I've read the plot summary, and I don't like it, therefore I think it's horrible
    she doesn't know that you don't have to read a book to know it's horrible omg
  • Jo Cellar ... 2012/08/02 01:50:07
    Jo
    she knows, unlike other people, that you cant simply read a few passages and make an accurate assesment of hte trilogy as a whole:)
  • Cellar ... Jo 2012/08/02 01:55:04
    Cellar Door
    sOrRy nO thNX

    thnx

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