Sunday, February 8, 2015
We are giving away passes for you and a friend for the whipping cinematic experience you've been waiting for — "50 Shades of Grey." The screening is Wednesday, Feb. 11, 7 p.m. at AMC Foothills. You can come by our office at 7225 Mona Lisa Rd. Ste. 125; or dear readers, you can also pick up passes at Jellywink Boutique, 418 E. 7th St.
There's also a chance to win VIP reserved seating, too (Because the closer you experience the world of Christian Grey, the better, right?)—if you answer a question correctly, we'll put your name in a drawing and let you know by Tuesday that those seats are yours.
Questions provided by Jellywink's Ally Booker. Email your answers to email@example.com:
Which kind of candle wax burns the hottest and should not be used for
a) Soy Wax
b) Bees Wax
c) Paraffin Wax
In the world of BDSM, what does O.T.K stand for?
In the world of BDSM, what does RACK stand for?
a)Risk Aware Consensual Kink.
b)Regularly Available for Clean Kink.
d)Risk Adapted Computer Kink
Question 4: What is "Queening"?
b)air escaping through vaginal lips and creating a fart-like sound, but
Non-BDSM sexuality related questions:
What is a Dental Damn?
a) A device you lay over your teeth so that you don't scratch your lover
gentle parts with your teeth
b) A rectangular, usually latex barrier you place between your lover's
vulva and your mouth as a form of safer oral sex
c) A technique used that involves sliding the smooth flat surface of
your teeth over your partner's erogenous zones.
Sex toys made of this material is sterilizable:
Tribadism is the sexual act of rubbing ones vulva against her partner's
thigh, buttock, vulva, or other body part. Name one band that derived
their name from this sexual act. (There are a few to choose from.)
Ready for the show? Plan to dress up in your BDSM best and bring your "50 Shades of Grey," accessories—think again. AMC Theaters prefers you leave all of that at home, and just bring your love for Christian and your imagination and your new found interest in BDSM:
Your plans to go see "Fifty Shades of Grey" in full costume have just taken a turn. In a statement to Mashable, AMC Theaters spokesperson Ryan Noonan revealed viewers would not be permitted to bring many movie-related props into the theater.
"While we welcome those guests who want to show their excitement for a film by dressing up in costume," Noonan said, "we do not permit weapons (real or fake), or props/costumes that would make guests uncomfortable, or detract from the moviegoing experience."
After months of anticipation, "Fifty Shades Of Grey" finally hits theaters Friday, Feb. 13. While you may not be able to show up in your outfit of choice, the film's trailer suggests you still likely won't be bored.