Linked in Hollywood: Top 20 Most Popular Articles

2 May

To show appreciation to our readers of LIH, we put together our most popular articles and discussions. Please enjoy.

Top 20: Most Popular Articles by Readers
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9 Responses to “Linked in Hollywood: Top 20 Most Popular Articles”

  1. Comic Relief May 2, 2012 at 10:00 PM #

    LB,
    Referring to “50 Shades of Grey” Coming to a Theater Near You!”’ sorry I couldn’t remember whether I commented the first time when the article was new. I checked and it seemed I did. I guess I’m still thinking about it. Here’s a sample.

    What would you tell me if I told you,…

    “I was really turned on by Sandra Bullock, Drew Barrymore, Halle Barry, (choose your own actress it doesn’t matter, place your own choice of actress in the blank), and I knew others felt the same way too.

    So I wrote a book about her based on fantasies I had about her and fantasies that I saw posted on websites and blogs dedicated to fan fiction. Essentially these websites pared her character (from one of her) movies with Mick Haller, a character played by Matthew McConaughey in the movie The Lincoln Lawyer (2011).

    Essentially the whole book was about their relationship, her insatiable sexual appetite, and occassionally her tendency to emotionally and sexually abuse Haller. All of the sexual positions depicted in the book were graphically described, and detail referring to genitalia was detailed obsessively. Some details referring to rumors about the actors fetishes, hobbies, and birth marks were sprinkled in to make the characters appear more life-like and kinky.

    And guess what, after finishing the book I circulated it around. I made a ton of money and then Paramount pictures bought it planning to make a movie about it.

    • Comic Relief May 2, 2012 at 10:02 PM #

      If I told you I thought that that writing effort was likely to help me:
      1. Meet the actors.
      2. Win a Pulitzer Prize.
      3. See the movie cast with those actors and see it in production by the end of the year.

      Would you throw me a party or would you tell me the truth:
      1. Historically men have been attracted to all kinds of women who were confident, respectful of the men they were interested in and frequently made seductive games out of being pursued by or pursuing those men.
      2. Despite images produced by the entertainment world and movies, just like women, men are not impressed with women who do not practice some forms of propriety with the books they read, write or promote.
      3. That (no doubt about it) ABSOLUTELY ALL men think women who buy porn, congregate on websites to talk dirty about men, or collect in groups to fantasize about sex are the absolute filthiest whorish pigs who look and taste like the slime that snails leave behind them .
      4. That I should pack my things because I would be lucky if a police squad car wasn’t waiting for me outside my house.

      • littlebells May 3, 2012 at 7:12 PM #

        Stop! Stop! I feel like I’ve just bathed in cow manure! Ugh! *shudders*

    • littlebells May 3, 2012 at 7:10 PM #

      Excuse me while I go puke…dry heaves hurt like the dickens.

  2. Comic Relief May 2, 2012 at 10:04 PM #

    If you said you would tell me the truth, I think you are probably lying. Because it appeared the E.L James was thrown a party and many are still waiting for the movie to be cast.

    Or maybe we really do treat men differently than women.

  3. Comic Relief May 2, 2012 at 10:05 PM #

    Thanks LB.

    • littlebells May 3, 2012 at 7:15 PM #

      As.a friend I would say, “what the yells is wrong with you.”

      As someone like a studio or sex crazed person I would say, “Omg! This is so awesome!”

      Have you read some of the excerpts like where she describes him pulling out her tampon? Excuse me while I go hurl again.

      • littlebells May 3, 2012 at 8:02 PM #

        hahahaha!!! stupid phone. HELL not “yells”. hahahaha!!! 🙂

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