So, there's a couple of things that makes me roll my eyes if I read it in fiction. And if I read those things, it pulls me out of the story. What are those things, you probably wonder? I'll share them with you.
First off, instant love. That just doesn't do it for me, unless it's extremely well-written and there's a very good reason for it. Like in fantasy stories or paranormal. I just cn't buy this in contemporary stories though. It's too far fetched. Instant attraction sure, but not instant love. You can't love someone instantly; it's somehting that comes with time.
Second, every damn man being so well-hung. Yeah, because that's realistic. Or not. By well-hung they're normally way above average, and normally the bigger than any other the bottom has ever been with. Um, right. When I write my stories, my characters, not a one of them are extremely big down there. They're average guys with an average dick-size.
I think it would be refreshing to read about someone who actually worries about the size of his cock. Who worries that he isn't big enough and that he can't please enough. Because that's realistic. I have to admit that I haven't so far written any characters like this, but I'd like to. My characters aren't normally very well-hung either, it's just not something that's really mentioned. Because their significant other likes their cock, no matter the size of it.
Third, when they howl during sex. Are you a werewolf? No. Then don't howl. I have never heard anyone howl during sex in my life. Whoever does that, unless of course they are a werewolf? But no one is a werewolf in contemporary, ordinary stories. So just stop it. Nothing makes me roll my eyes more than seeing the world howl. Scream too, and any other such high-pitched sounds.
Sex can sure be vocal; with panting and moans and groans. You can cry out, but you do not scream. To me that connotes fright. You're not afraid during sex. If you're being violates, yes, but not during mutual sex. It's just to silly for words. I'm sorry, but it's a definite eye-roller for me.
What makes your eyes roll when you read? Is it the same that does it for me, or is it something else entirely?