What does the title "Fifty Shades of Grey" actually mean.?
Why "fifty"? Why "Grey"?
- 8 years agoFavorite Answer
It's a pun. "Grey" in the main guy's last name. In saying that he has fifty shades the author is saying he can change at the drop of a hat; from a gentleman to an S&M crazed maniac. Personally, I believe the writing to be dull and the characters flat.
- Anonymous4 years ago
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- SM72562Lv 48 years ago
You know how Christian keeps saying that he is fifty shades of ****** up. The book is from Ana's perspective, he's fifty shades of Grey. Grey as in Christian Grey.
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- Anonymous5 years ago
You, like so many, have totally missed the point. Christ was saying that NOT EVEN THE RICH, with all their power and resources can enter the Kingdom of God. It is totally impossible. It is impossible for either the poor or the rich can enter the Kingdom of God. That is why the disciples were so astonished and amazed and why they asked, then who could be saved? When his disciples heard it, they were exceedingly amazed, saying, Who then can be saved? And the disciples were astonished at his words. Only by the work of God can any be saved. What is impossible to men is only possible with God. You have totally missed the point and focussed upon riches. That reveals the inclination of your mind and heart and your love of mammon and the things of this world.
- 7 years ago
It means being able to wear multiple personality theatrical masks and change them quickly: Like Jeklyl-Hyde it's only (2) split...The true self is hidden by all the hidden agendas with the alter egos (numerous entities/identities) manifesting at subject's will. It also means 'possession.'
- 6 years ago
I DONT KNOW WHATS MEAN OF FIFTY SHADES OF GREY?