Never trust a man who can dance.

— E. L. James

Colorful Fifty Shades quotations

Learn how to grow out of yourself and into the world of others: Plant a shade tree under which you know you will never sit. Set some goals that may benefit your children or an orphanage or the employees of your company or future generations or your own city, fifty years from now.

Fifty shades quote You say you love rain, but you use an umbrella to walk under it. You say you lov
You say you love rain, but you use an umbrella to walk under it. You say you love sun, but you seek shade when it is shining. You say you love wind, but when it comes you close your window. So that's why I'm scared when you say you love me.

Some people will like it [Fifty Shades of Grey] and some won't.

I have other movies coming up, this is not what my whole life turns around.

Fifty shades quote A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall
A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in.

There is a very fine line between love and nausea.

Fifty Shades Of Grey proved you can write about a dude choking women and shoving stuff up their butts but heaven forbid if you tell a legitimate joke about it. Sure I doubled the number of feminists who hate me, but I also doubled the number of shows I have on TV. No regrets.

There is a very fine line between listening and stalking.

Fifty shades quote If a window of opportunity appears, don't pull down the shade.
If a window of opportunity appears, don't pull down the shade.

I turn my girl on like fifty shades of grey.

No new reader, however charitable, could open “Fifty Shades of Grey,” browse a few paragraphs, and reasonably conclude that the author was writing in her first language, or even her fourth.

My inner goddess is doing the merengue with some salsa moves.

Who here actually thinks I would do 50 Shades of Grey as a movie? Like really.

For real. In real life.

I know because the movie's made a lot of money, everyone's relaxed a bit so there wasn't that pressure to set the tone for the movies [Fifty Shades of Grey] so I felt a little more freedom this time and it probably made it more enjoyable.

Men aren't really complicated. They are very simple, literal creatures. They usually mean what they say. And we spend hours trying to analyze what they've said, when really it's obvious.

Sometimes I wonder if there's something wrong with me.

Perhaps I've spent too long in the company of my literary romantic heroes, and consequently my ideals and expectations are far too high.

I'm just a psycho myself. I loved playing Leila [from Fifty Shades Darker], taking on [a character] who's completely unhinged. I saw her as a girl who's grief-stricken and she just doesn't have the tools to cope. Grief and heartbreak, it makes you do some pretty crazy things.

Every man who has lived for fifty years has buried a whole world or even two;

he has grown used to its disappearance and accustomed to the new scenery of another act: but suddenly the names and faces of a time long dead appear more and more often on his way, calling up series of shades and pictures kept somewhere, just in case, in the endless catacombs of the memory, making him smile or sigh, and sometimes almost weep.

He's so sophisticated... Kanye is like 'Fifty Shades of Grey,' he's interesting, so you want to be around him.

From what I hear, [ "Fifty Shades of Grey" ] is not a way that I feel like I need to be turned on or like a hole that needs to be filled in me.

I'll start by saying that "Fifty Shades of Grey:" It's like I don't have.

an elicit confused relationship to my sexuality. So I don't need a book like that.

We're living in a world where [Judy Blume] books were ever banned, and now like "Fifty Shades of Grey" is being read in high schools. Like it's just a wild.

[Christian from the Fifty Shades Darker] is definitely a good person.

I mean, he's flawed like all of us, you know? And I guess all of his wounds or his trauma, he acts out sexually. Which is pretty normal. People have different wounds, people act different things out.

I kind of liked all the creeping stuff [in Fifty Shades Darker], like when they're sleeping and there's me just standing behind the bed. It was great.

I did get a letter which was pretty alarming once.

Well, it was sent to the Fifty Shades production office. And it was pretty ... I'd say interesting. I don't really want to go into that. But otherwise the response has been good, thankfully.

Physically stalking as opposed to Instagram stalking, which was kind of great.

Leila [from Fifty Shades Darker ] puts my Insta stalking into perspective.

[Fifty Shades Darker director] James Foley directed Fear.

And that's what I love about this film, because it has a real sexy thriller element about it.

I think the thriller aspect of this film [Fifty Shades Darker] is what excited me most.

After Fifty Shades of Grey, I think my writing is pretty tame, isn't it?

I think it's common sense to shy away from the erotic.

Perhaps this grand experiment, which started with Lady Chatterley's Lover, of seeing what you can write and how you can write about sex, has reached a certain weary terminus with Fifty Shades of Grey.

I don't think [Fifty Shades of Grey is] a model for anything. Except maybe in bed.

I'm reading a lot of different books, but I always think I have to switch it up a little bit. It's like food - everything in moderation, same with my books, same with my reading. You read books that are good for you and you learn a lot of stuff, then you read 'Fifty Shades of Grey,' which is like candy.

Completely committed to adapting 'Fifty Shades of Grey'.

This is not a joke. Christian Grey and Ana: potentially great cinematic characters.

I feel like I'm the only person - or woman, at least - who hasn't read 'Fifty Shades of Grey.

The movie Fifty Shades of Grey is considerably better written than the book. It is also sort of classy-looking, in a generic, TV-ad-for-bath-oil way.