'Fifty Shades Of Grey' Series Reaches 10 Million Sales

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'Fifty Shades Of Grey' Series Reaches 10 Million Sales

Publishing house Vintage has sold 10 million copies of the erotica trilogy Fifty Shades Of Grey in multiple formats in an astonishing six weeks. What do you think?

  • “Whatever happened to the good old days of finding a cheap paperback with women spanking each other on the cover in your dad's sock drawer?”

    Veronica Palomino
    Invoice-Control Clerk
  • “I was really excited about it until I opened the book and guess what? It’s just a bunch of words.”

    Giovanni Dietrich
    Feed Mixer
  • “Idiots. There's no way there are more than 12 shades of grey.”

    Anthony Hoffman
    Systems Analyst