Fifty Shades of McGroin (A Fifty Shades of Grey Parody)by R.E. Diculous
As graduation approaches, Cat realizes that she is too tired from a
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Annie Position is a nice girl and Literature major at a small college in Pennsylvania—and she doesn’t have a clue. Her roommate, Cat, is a loser and dreams of becoming a reality television star, however she is buying her time by working at the school’s TV station.
As graduation approaches, Cat realizes that she is too tired from a night of hard partying to complete her capstone assignment, so she begs Annie, the reliable one to do it for her.
It soon becomes apparent that Annie had no idea what she’d bargained for when she lays eyes on the handsome, and spanking-obsessed CEO of McGroin Enterprises Holdings, Inc.
Warning: This is a Fifty Shades of Grey PARODY! Please do not purchase this book if you’re under the impression that this is the real atrocity by E.L James, because it most certainly isn’t. It is probably better, actually. Also, do not buy this book if you’re easily offended by crude humor. This book also contains elements of BDSM, spanking, explicit and hilarious sex, as well as language.
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Meet the Author
R.E. Diculous couldn't help but to write a parody after reading the blockbuster, Fifty Shades of Grey! If there were ever a more parody-worthy book, R.E. is unaware of it, and it will need to be brought to her attention.
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If you enjoy a good laugh, this is it.
Don't waste your money. This is really only a short story, not a full-length book. It took me less than an hour to read it and I felt cheated at the end. I did laugh in a few spots but overall, not worth it. I won't buy the sequels.
WORST BOOK I HAVE EVERY READ
This was one of the funnier FSOG parodies I’ve read so far. Some of the parodies that popped up were really stupid—this one was stupid too, don’t get me wrong—but there were a few parts where I laughed so hard I almost pissed in my pants. So overall it was worth the $3 bucks. I thought that FSOG was so horrible that it deserved to be made fun of so I had to see what “Fifty Shades of McGroin was all about”. So, the main character’s name is Annie Position and the object of her affection, super-rich billionaire (who’s got nothing but time) Pat McGroin (yeah, that’s right, PAT-MC-GROIN), just follows her around like a lost dog. Annie Position has this big-breasted “Inner-Goddess” (no doubt code for her va-jay-jay) who can’t stop talking to her. Yeah, I’m really not going to give anything else away, just wanted to leave my two cents. I think the author did a good job of not-so-subtly pointing out the obvious flaws +ridiculousness + plot holes all through the original FSOG.