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It’s important to use proper grammar and punctuation even in pornography. I’ve created some examples to show you why:

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This is awesome. I was just thinking about this the other day when I was reading one of my *cough* romance novels. They fucked up a sentence somewhere and then I was giggling too hard to even be turned on anymore. Ruined the whole book for me.

05/24/2012
toxie m  

I will be whisper-shrieking everything for the rest of the day

05/24/2012
contessalalobo  

whisper-shrieking is the best thing i've heard all day.

05/25/2012

This warms my English major soul.

05/26/2012

Haha, oh yes, whisper-shrieking!
Also, eww running sweaty vagina.

06/01/2012
ss143  

This was funny thanks

06/02/2012

I had to giggle at this LOL

06/04/2012

I giggled to myself on all of these up until "word confusion"... my drink almost came out my nose lol

06/08/2012

Very good point. I like reading stories on literotica websites and they are amateur and sometimes they are quite humerous with their mistakes and cause me to lose the moment, may not get an orgasm, but at least I get a good laugh?

07/09/2012

Glad to know I'm not the only member of the Grammar Police!

07/15/2012

I really enjoyed reading this. My husband, the grammar cop, says," see Lori, I told you."

07/18/2012

good article

07/21/2012

This was a great article. It made me laugh because I've had so many romance novels go bad from all of the above. *whisper-shrieking*

10/25/2012

it kills me when the author's of some erotica actually forget the characters' names and change them out of no where! I've seen them switch the from 1st person to 3rd person narrative and have serious tense issues...grrr...thanks for addressing the nonsense, haha

02/27/2013

I needed this laugh! Great article.

05/25/2013

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