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    Quote Originally Posted by leslee View Post
    My personal favorite bad romance novel line is, "They pleasured each other."
    That could mean a lot of things...



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    In a romance novel it means one thing.

    For us it means we shared a tuna melt.

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    ...afterward?

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    Only if you're there. Then we'll split it three ways.

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    A three-way tooney melt. Sounds delish!

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    Oh brother...

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    Unobtainable love, forbidden acts, history of childhood abuse - oops, "Shades of Grey". Darn!

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    There's a thin line between a good romance and a vulgar crap. Don't trespass it! And good luck)

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    Quote Originally Posted by FernW View Post
    There's a thin line between a good romance and a vulgar crap. Don't trespass it! And good luck)
    Replying to a thread over a year old again? Do you just not know where the time stamp on entries is? It's right there on the top left corner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogue Mutt View Post
    Replying to a thread over a year old again? Do you just not know where the time stamp on entries is? It's right there on the top left corner.
    Meh, it's cool with me if they want to revive a topic. I just think it's incredible to know that it was actually John who wrote Fifty Shades, even though he denies it today.

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