THE NSFW BOOK TAG | (Original!)

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The Questions:

1. What is the LAST book you would want your parents to walk in on you reading?
2. It’s storming outside, and you’re home alone for the night. What book would only make matters worse?
3. Have you ever read a book simply because of the controversy surrounding it?
4. What is the most cringe-inducing romance or sex scene you have ever read?
5. What book has made you question the author’s sanity?
6. Have you ever put down a book and not finished it because the content was too much for you?
7. What fictional character do you have the most NSFW thoughts about?
8. Show us your most NSFW book cover (or drawing/photo inside a book).
9. Have you ever read something from the erotica/romance genre, and what did you think?
10. You stumble across a portkey. What fictional world would you NOT want to be transported into?

I tag everyone!…and specifically everyone I name at the end of the video ;D

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Comments

OhPervyOne says:

Most cringe-worthy romance?
(Sigh. Well…)
I read the Twilight "saga". Nuff said.

(Yes, I read all of it, cuz underneath it all, the story taken as a whole is actually kinda fun.)

August Willman says:

I think you kind of mixed romance and erotica. Because romance, especially now in days, can be extremely literary with more character development than most genres. And romance novels are not, for most readers, about sex.

Hana Banana says:

Im really in the mood to read a criny, fast paced book and for me that's colleen hoover

Rio Donovoyn says:

I used to read the Anita Blake series, but after about book 5, it started to get really repetitive.

Tori Jordan says:

nsfw means not safe for work or not safe for web

tammi reads says:

I've kinda been binge watching your videos and I swear to God, everytime you say "horror" I hear "porn" haha. I never noticed that these two words sound so similar.

crawlinsideasong says:

4. What is the most cringe-inducing romance or sex scene you have ever read?
I'm going to share mine here, because it's a unique one. In sixth grade, on the first day of class, during the getting-to-know-you stuff, my science/homeroom/study hall teacher mentioned that she was also an author of books "for adults." I was like "oh cool, she's an author" and kind of forgot about it.
Flash forward to ninth grade. I get a job at my local library shelving books, and I find her books on the shelf. The incorporation of her maiden name and initials into her pen name serve to help hide her from curious students, but the author picture betrayed her. My innocent, naive little self read about one paragraph from Forbidden Fantasies by P.L. Reed Wallinger, and, what do you know, it was erotica. What made it worse, though, was the fact that I'm almost positive she worked on her next novel in class.

Victoria Maria says:

ooh!! i read companions of the night back in the twilight days because i saw a picture of it in a textbook. all i remember from it was a launder mat and a beard that wouldn't stop growing… i need to re-read that.

LittleBirdBooks says:

Yes! Someone else who has read and loved, Companions of the Night! I read that long ago in middle school and really liked it!

Angio DDL says:

This tag is so cool! Ps: 5:07 .. unfortunately, that book says the truth.. In the real Grimm's fairytale about Sleeping Beauty,the king,her father,rape her when she's asleep and he gots her pregnant..yeah

aliana rao says:

Dramione is my OTP and idk why but I love it so much 😂😂😂😂

Cataluna6 says:

Oh my goodness yes to On Chesil Beach!  So awkward, so much cringing!  I had to read it for book club and I don't think anyone liked it.  I love the re-enactment though:)

Andy McKinney says:

Great tag. I think the most explicit author I have read is Philip Roth, especially 'Portnoy's Complaint.'

beyondtheseblueeyes says:

 I feel the same way you do on question 9

Colleen Holman says:

I love this tag! I decided to do it and posted it last night 🙂

Reading Thyme says:

YES, Malfoy and Hermione! Finally someone who gets it! Great tag, my first video on my channel is now this tag, though in sad quality due to a computer malfunction… 

Tina Zabaglione says:

My video for this just went up 🙂 I was really excited to do it, it's one of the more original tags I've seen in a long time

curlybooks says:

Great video!! I think this is a really interesting tag and I've really enjoyed watching everyone's videos! I've added intensity by koontz onto my tbr! Thanks for the recommendation it sounds awesome! 🙂

Audham EnTha says:

The Handmaid's Tale! Excellent answer to that question. I wouldn't have thought of it but oh.my.god, I'd rather die than live in that world!
You guys created a really cool tag! 

Alexa Byrd says:

I reeeeaalllly liked this tag! I might nab it for a video some time. 😉

ivymuse says:

This is such a great idea for a tag, I really want to do it as well 😀

NovelCurse says:

I've read Velocity by Dean Koontz and kinda hated it and it really put me off from reading anything else he's written. I heard that's not an uncommon reaction to that book but I was wondering if you'd ever read it and if I should still give him another shot.. Cause Intensity sounds pretty cool.. but so did Velocity. Dx So torn.

Books & Waffles says:

I watched this particular re-anacment part a few times, and i didn't got it.
Maybe it for the best. Probably.

This tag is the best though!

Yugyeom Mingyu says:

What?! I'm going to have to read On Chesil Beach now. My curiosity is piqued!

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