A Review of Fifty Shades of Shit

….oh, apparently, it’s Fifty Shades of Grey. I think my title actually works better.

Okay, so for those of you who don’t know, some British human decided to write a fanfic that later turned into a popular project and then after some creative touch-ups (aka name-changing), she published it and it took the world by storm.

Needless to say, sequels followed and like most Hollywood crapfests, it was turned into a film franchise. Why does this sound familiar?


Nothing for nothing, but if you deem this work as any kind of pornographic, you need to go back in the closet and mind your read your bible. This is a sad look into some kind of activity that someone had the guts to declare BDSM. For those not in the know, BDSM stand for: Bondage/Domination/Sadism/Masochism.

In this case, it stands for: Bull/Dick/Shit/Mess!

There is nothing redeeming about this film, much less about the blatant rip-off that it is and the details that they failed to put in for any real acknowledgment of BDSM-lifestyles is enough to kill your boner and leave you with a headache before you had the chance to disappoint your wife/husband. No judgment.



Is Pornography Still a Real Business?

Many people in the world today have grown up watching, reading and whacking to pornographic films, loops, books, magazines, games and more. However, when does something popular stop being a business and become a burden?

I know what you’re thinking, “Fuck, I wandered into a Super Christian Fundie Circle Jerk site.”

That’s where you’re wrong!!! This site, Tapped Online Blog, is an attempt at bringing back the much loved slam, jam, tap and wham of the past. Fill the holes with renewed interest back in the adult film industry, and not just that, but also with adult products and novelties! Trust me, as a bestselling erotic author, I know my way around the bedroom…or pool…or pool table.

The good news is that Adult Entertainment (afterwards known as Pornography to save on writing time) is not the burden you thought I would be ranting about before hand. No, in fact, it’s a living and thriving business. Some of my acquaintances in the industry have said that it has changed, but if anything, it’s changed into something much bigger and better as time goes by.

Enthusiastic teens, horny adults and golden-oldies looking to relive their days of non-Cialis-created wood have enhanced the need for more andx more readership and viewership of the pornographic world. Plenty of actors and actresses (ahem, I mean “performers”) have found more work than they originally could count. And not just that, but the world is basically an open door. If you can’t get into pornography in America, go elsewhere in the world, hell, go to Japan, pink films will rock your world!


So, in an effort to relieve the idea that adult entertainment is a burden, please join me in discovering every new post and getting your fill of nubile sex creations!