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  BunchieRules  |  31

Real-life Grammar Nazis... we meet again! You weren't reading Fifty Shades of Grey, were you? o.O Irregardless, you shouuld become an editor or publisher's assistant if it bothers you to that extent.

By  tony1891  |  22

that's a first.

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  esines  |  9

I don't know if Id call it cockblocking when you were going to flog the dolphin to a book, instead of having real sex with a real life girl.

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  poesraven1984  |  1

So glad to know I'm not the only one. Yep, it happens to me, too. This generally means that unless it's published, and sometimes even then, I can't really read erotic literature. Maybe I should offer to edit their stories...

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  Gregory607  |  1

47 you tried to hard 42 that was the point because 4's comment was the same way

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  AKGirlinSD  |  20

Maybe it has been too long since you orgasmed, therefore, you were easily turned on? I would stick to porn, if I were you, so you're guaranteed a good time while getting yourself off.

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  22cute  |  17

If you don't understand the appeal of erotic stories for females you should really keep your mouth shut and learn something instead of taking shots at the Op.

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  bizarre_ftw  |  21

Where does it say op is female? I'm not saying girls can't enjoy porn - I'm not an idiot - but why turn this into another WWII (Woe is to Women, Incarcerate Imbeciles) battle with out even a spark for it?

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  Shadow_Phantom  |  26

You're not straight if you're a female who is turned on by other women.

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14 & 22- I'm a straight woman, and I can appreciate attractive women; I don't think it's odd, since females are generally the 'prettier' sex. I don't get turned on by girls, but I will totally stare at a hot chick and be like, "damn! Work it, girl!"

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  22cute  |  17

22- please, real life is not so easily defined and pigeonholed. 9- the female imagination is better than any pic. And thinking ain't so bad - try it maybe! Op - you need to find a better class of book. Or find someone sexy to read it aloud to you.

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  Caliborn_06  |  11

He spelt it right, stupid.

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  GVirdi  |  11

Spelled*

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26-I don't even....*deep sigh* Didi-Can we create an eject button for idiots that kicks them from the FML? Just curious. Actually, a facepalm button would probably be more satisfying.

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  VeganVampyre  |  26

33- it's not ironic. OP's issue was with incorrect grammar, not spelling. So they can misspell the crap out of whatever they want, and as long as the grammar is correct, it'll be fine :D

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  BunchieRules  |  31

37 - I suppose you're right, but I'm sure OP is also obsessed with conventions, because the two seem to go hand in hand. Most grammar Nazis correct any errors they find in a post, including bad spelling. And I just thought it was ironic because while the OP is babbling on about grammar, s/he didn't even notice the errors in the post.

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  rin142  |  12

I'm quite fond of that "Literotica" site myself. Most of them are littered with grammatical and spelling errors, but there are quite a few good stories.

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  twisted_cherub  |  14

Me, too. I don't even bother anymore. It's not just the grammar and spelling, either; the stories seldom make sense. Also, what ever happened to description? What about build up before climax? Do these "writers" not know what foreplay is? Ugghh! Damn it, now I'm upset.

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This is probably something I'd do.... I catch mistakes in ANYTHING! The other day I went to a college to check it out and a sign on the door spelled "conference" wrong... I'm not sure how it was spelled, but I was very appalled. Hello, it's a college! Don't they know how to spell?!

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