- File Size: 59 KB
- Print Length: 15 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Generic Books (May 9, 2012)
- Publication Date: May 9, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00820LRAC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #873,049 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Fifty Shades of Gravy Kindle Edition
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So it was inevitable that there would be a parody of it. And "Fifty Shades of Gravy" is a pretty decent parody, lampooning the sort of useless, vapid, excessively virginal heroines that star in "Fifty Shades of Grey" and "Twilight"... not to mention the chiseled, abusive love interests with cheeks like "slabs of granite."
Vanessa Biscuits is a 22-year-old girl who is (naturally) the most gorgeous woman around, completely virginal, and has "the sensibilities and understanding of the world of a fifty-year-old woman." She lives with her dad Charlton in the town of Sporks, because "I have to live with one of my parents because I have all the independence of a marshmallow bunny.'
But one day at culinary school, surrounded by sexless personality-free drones, Vanessa sees... HIM.
"Him" is the devastating sexy Chef Grey, who is there to teach them about making bread... and to demonstrate kneading technique in a, um, very unorthodox way. Vanessa's "down there nether regions" tingle furiously for Grey... but she does not know the bizarre sexual desires that only she can satisfy! And no, I am not going to mention what they are.
"Fifty Shades of Gravy" is a pretty brief parody, but Jenny Ric packs a lot of spoofery into it -- especially since it not only spoofs "50 Shades of Grey" (Grey whips Vanessa with a string of sausages) but also the wretched "Twilight" books (he creeps into her bedroom at night... wearing a chef's hat). It's just a lot of snarky fun.
Ric takes particular aim at the virginal, prematurely middle-aged, vapid, horny girls at the center of both books.Read more ›
Fifty Shades Of Gravy is one of the funniest spoofs you'll read this year. I even spewed a few servings of brown stuff myself a few times while reading it (coffee, that is).
Our heroine, Vanessa Biscuits, a self-absorbed young lady who's obsessed with Wuthering Heights and lives with her father, attends Culinary School in the small town of Sporks, which is often dry and sunny but sometimes wet and humid. The newest teacher, Chef Gray, makes her lady parts quiver and as he's immediately drawn to her as well, gives her a private lesson on kneading buns.
The funniest scene had to be when Chef gets to creepily stalk Vanessa in her bedroom, just the way every tween girl dreams of. She's willing to indulge his manly advances but he'll only have her on his terms...
This. Is. Funny.
The best however comes after the story's gravy dripping climax, but it is so laugh out loud funny that you have to read it for yourself to appreciate it. It's a witty and quick little read, and well worth Five Stars. Thus far this story seems to be the one and only thing that Jenny Ric has ever published, however I am looking forward to more as it would be great to see what sort of original fiction her mind is capable of producing.
Jenny Ric tells the entire story with lots of laughs in about 30 pages, compared to the original Fifty Shades length of 500 plus.
You have to laugh when BDSM involves a string of sausages ...
Lovers and haters of Fifty Shades Of Grey will like this light hearted piss take of a world wide craze.
Do yourself a favour and take a look at this one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this book I canno wait until the movie comes out. I will make sure that I go an see it with my friendsPublished on May 1, 2013 by jeanine jones
50 Shades if Gravy - not every a good parody, deleted, did not and would not recommend to anyone, waste of valuable reading timePublished on January 20, 2013 by HGB
I knew going into it it was going to be quirky, but this book is just weird! It just really was not worth downloading, & I am pretty easy to please when it comes to books!Published on December 2, 2012 by Amazon Customer
i have read most of the "fifty shades" parodies and some are quite good...this is not one of them...she tries too hard to emulate the original....not really funnyPublished on November 21, 2012 by BG
Do not waste your money on this short story. This is the worst thing I've ever read in my life.
A spinoff from FIFTY SHADES OF GREY. Entertaining but too short. It's ok. I've read a lot better spinoffs before.Published on November 5, 2012 by Amazon Customer
This is a short (10-15 pages?) story meant to poke fun at the Fifty series, but the humor wasn't there nor was there much parody to Fifty Shades of Grey. Not worth the . Read morePublished on May 20, 2012 by Karlyn
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