kurrywurst said: Haha, I have a few female friends who love that book. They have tried to explain the plot and the appeal to me but I remain baffled. I suspect it the guilt free sex with dangerous rugged men.
Yeah, the author definitely went out of her way to make sure we know that the husband in the 20th century is super polite and super dull.
awholenewnormal said: So far in the show, she’s been pretty concerned about it. I haven’t read the book, though.
She really hasn’t troubled her head about it, so far. She mostly just does Nursing Things and spend her time being grossed out about the 18th century.
She also goes all fiddle-dee-dee whenever the menfolks get to talking about manthings, like genealogy and history and strategies for staying alive at Kilt O’Clock.
I am reading Outlander for the first time, and I really don’t understand why this woman isn’t more concerned that she just magically time-travelled?
She’s just hanging out, all, “Oh, neat! Hot dudes. Let’s get to cataloging herbs!”
With trembling hands, I obliged her request, pulling gently at the zipper just below her hairline. The catsuit peeled away from her as I unzipped, exposing her inexpressibly beautiful body to the night air. Underneath it, her skin was clammy and reeked of talcum powder and many hours’ worth of stale sweat.
All these people are acting surprised that football players are rageaholic assholes, and I’m all, “Really? You’re shocked, huh? What fucking high school did you go to?”
Font fail: I just read a book title, Mortal Danger, as Mental Dongs.
Charts from OKCupid, showing how straight women and men rate each other based on ages. For women, the men they find most attractive are roughly their own age. For men, the women they find most attractive are roughly the same age - 20 to 23 - regardless of the age of the man. (538)
Why porn gets so, so, SO boring.
rwfoster said: It would have to be a cinemax thing right?
I can see Starz having a go at it.