If ever there was proof that the publishing industry is a disaster-zone and that popular literature is crumbling, Fifty Shades of Grey has now outsold all seven of the Harry Potter novels.
Let that sink in there. Fifty Shades of Tedious F**kery has outsold the glorious imagination, expression and creativity of J.K. Rowling's series.
But what happens when it's all said and done, when you've read through all the crappy dialogue and poorly-written sex scenes? Where do they all go to die?
To charity shops, of course, like this Oxfam one in England. The charity shop received so many copies of Fifty Shades of Grey that they were actually able to build a giant fort inside their office with the donated copies.
Take a look.
One Oxfam shop has received so many donations of 50 Shades of Grey that they've managed to build a fort pic.twitter.com/lFtZ7Ow3aK
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Imagine if that was your desk, how broken you would feel slinking in under that arch everyday.
Though it would make for a wicked game of Jenga.
And it really does say a lot about how much people have been turned off by Fifty Shades of Grey and how the fad is essentially over and done with. The charity shop, located in Swansea, has now refused to handle any copy of Fifty Shades of Grey and now asks for said donations to be either pulped or dumped.
Either pulped or dumped.
Let that sink in there, Anastasia.