It's pretty amazing how incredibly different two countries can be.
At Monessen Middle School in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania parents are up in arms over a Fifty Shades of Grey word search puzzle that somehow got into the hands of several middle schoolers.
At first, it seems parents were freaking out as if a teacher gave the students the expletive-laden, BDSM-themed worksheet.
But now it looks more like just a few students got a hold of the puzzle while on an in-school suspension.
Though just the fact that the puzzle ended up in a middle school has parents coming after the school board. An internal investigation is under way.
[ Related: 50 Shades' Dakota Johnson Is NAKED! ]
Meanwhile, in France, they've just cleared their nation's 12-year-olds (middle schoolers) to go see the film!
Yup, in France, people ages 12 and over can go see the Fifty Shades of Grey film.
Live in the UK? Gotta be 18 to see it. Live in America? 17. France? 12.
While we agree that middle schoolers probably shouldn't be seeing the movie, we feel like people need to lighten up when it comes to sex. France has obviously been spearheading this initiative.
What's the youngest age that should be able to see Fifty Shades of Grey??
- 69! (heh heh) (6%)
- 18 and older only! (43%)
- 16 should be the youngest allowed! (38%)
- 12 is mature enough! (12%)
Total Votes: 1,179
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