Big Hair, Big Secrets, Big Dreams
Celine is an architecture graduate currently in the post-graduate-fresh-employee-state.
Self-proclaimed and frustrated:
She has big hair because it's full of secrets.
Children’s Book Explaining Homosexuality
lostinmomentum: That note about 50 shades of grey ... you literally read my mind!
I know right!! I thought it was just me, i had enough of those bashing and hating, ugh, some people are just too negative -_-
An open letter to those who think too much about Fifty Shades of Grey
Dear anyone who’s loving and hating the Fifty shades Trilogy,
When the novel came out, i wasn’t really ecstatic and i never got around why so many people are hyping and bashing this novel, when the trailer was released, I watched it and I was really fascinated ,mainly because of Jamie Dornan, he is so hot. haha
Anyway, after reading all three books, I honestly loved the story and the characters, I liked the love story, I never really paid much attention to the BDSM, sex, spanking, and stuff, yes it doesn’t have too much substance, yes it’s not Nicholas Sparks or John Green love story, but it’s something. I liked the idea of Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele, the oh-so-hot-every-girl-wants guy falling in love with a normal girl, and goes head over heels for her, to the point of even changing his life style, i liked how he was controlling, possessive, because when he did romantic gestures, it makes it more special and appealing, well„ to me, of course, being a hopeless romantic.
Now, I don’t see why people are so unwelcome towards the books and the movie so much, bashing and saying negative things about it, just because you don’t like it doesn’t mean everyone has to hate it too, I get that it’s not everyone’s cup of tea, but it’s a fiction novel, anything could happen. and it really irritates me that people associate it with other matters like women empowerment, violence “what if it was your child” “what if people would engage in those relationships” thing, because some actually do those things and they don’t see it as violence, they like the lifestyle, they chose it, as for the woman empowerment, I don’t get it though, I’m a woman and I’m all for our rights and stuff, but I liked the novel, and I don’t go and tell my boyfriend to spank me, tie me up and beat the shit out of me, and if your a parent that’s worried, then guide your child, it’s just a matter of knowing what’s right and what’s beyond the border.
It’s just that I got tired of all the negative comments about this novel and the trailer, the way I see it, it’s not all that bad,don’t judge it because of the unlikely story line it’s just a matter of perception and on how you will absorb the story.