Fifty Shades

What is this?

The Fifty Shades Generator is a breakthrough in erotic fiction. At the click of a button, it generates world-class literature based on a pre-defined vocabulary.

Traditionally, print and web designers had to make use of placeholder text known as Lorem Ipsum. It consists of meaningless Latin, though recently there have been great developments in the field such as Bacon Ipsum, Hipster Ipsum and Samuel L Ipsum. Now, creatives can excite clients in more ways than one with Fifty Shades of Grey-inspired filler text.

Fledgling authors! Spice up your otherwise lacklustre novel with graphic sex scenes guaranteed to get your readers hot under the collar, and slightly sick in their mouths. If you end up winning a big literary award, we'll split the prize money 50/50, yeah? Wire transfer is fine.

Don't just be one of the it's cool to hate it because it's popular crowd; buy the book and make up your own mind. The cut we get from Amazon goes towards hosting costs and perhaps some well-needed web design courses. Think of it as a donation, with a complimentary book.

Remember, this is a parody site. Do not confuse us with the real thing which includes a story, characters and other things middle-aged women like. Hiring a defense lawyer is an expense we'd like to avoid.

Fan videos

Having your phone read the passage at the top of the page is pretty funny but the robot voice soon starts to grate. Instead, why not watch some pioneering folks who have filmed themselves reading this filth for your amusement. We love it and it's definitely worth 2:45 of your time.

If you or someone you know has a future in reading over-the-top and outright graphic erotic literature, share it with the world! One million Internet points to the first person who films their Gran reading it.


You can probably imagine what kind of language is thrown around an all-male office of web designers but even that wasn't enough for this site. We had to scoured the Web looking for even smuttier terms to enrich the Fifty Shades Generator. The real goldmine was @50shadesofshit which had us chortling like loonies with every new tweet. A hilarious thread on ARRSE (british ARmy Rumour SErvice) was a source of many of the similes we use. The Student Room and Yahoo Answers also seem to have a healthy number of dirty-minded scholars.


Tweet us your favourite euphemisms and similes; the more distasteful, the better! We'll retweet anything we add to the vocabulary.