While the mainstream British media goes Fifty Shades of Grey crazy, there’s no sign of such things in the greenYgrey world, which remains family-friendly, with occasional fansite-style coverage of beautiful women (with a bias towards our taste, and consideration for what may cause offence), in an open natural respectful asexual way.
That is unlike a lot of religious texts, which apparently have a lot of indecency and depravity, as well as misogyny.
I guess ‘self-proclaimed Gorgeous’ George Galloway still considers himself a cool Christian Grey.
Older than Fifty Shades of Grey
While you may think we’re jumping on the (no) Fifty Shades of Grey bandwagon, and you would be partially correct now, greenYgrey theory style, when it comes to the origins of Grey, we entered the human world in 2007, while Fifty Shades of Grey was published in 2011.
We don’t think E.L. James was inspired by us, and congratulate her on her success.
The Fifty Grey of greenYgrey History
The Greenygrey considered itself 50% grey and 50% green back then, so it could have been described as being Fifty Shades of Grey and Fifty Shades of Green.
However, since its greenYgrey rebranding, as it says itself in a XaW File imported but not yet published, it now considers itself 45% grey, 45% green and 10% yellow.