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Fifty Shades of Grey made more than $30 million last night. It's expected to make even more than that, today, as at least one part of America's Valentine's Day plans. That's a phenomenon (at least for one "curious" weekend). So, to be there with you, Complex put a 40-ouncer in the hand of one our favorite Twitter personalties, Neil McCauley, a.k.a. the_blueprint and asked him to live-tweet his viewing experience.

Check it out, below. Compare reactions. And if you're going later tonight, be on the lookout for finger-bangers and selfie-takers.  The_blueprint was a gentleman, and there are no real spoilers, below. Unless you think knowing that Anatassia Steele (Dakota Johnson) never upgraded from a flip phone qualifies as a spoiler. In that case, tread lightly.

One of our fav Twitter personalities, @the_blueprint is going to get drunk + live tweet #FiftyShades. Follow @ComplexPop now!

— Complex (@ComplexMag) February 14, 2015

“fifty shades”, forty ounces. pic.twitter.com/KzMruGZY1R

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) February 14, 2015

a lot of michael cera awkwardness.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) February 14, 2015

this dude is a Bond villain.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) February 14, 2015

makes no sense why she would like him.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) February 14, 2015

most insecure billionaire ever.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) February 14, 2015

why does she have a flip phone?

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) February 14, 2015

ummmm he’s clearly taking advantage of her when she’s drunk that’s not cool at all.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) February 14, 2015

the sex scenes more tasteful than the dialogue.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) February 14, 2015

the ushers are rolling thru during every sex montage and i think they’re on fingerbang patrol. seriously.

— Complex Pop Culture (@ComplexPop) February 14, 2015