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By singingintherain - / Saturday 1 July 2017 20:00 /
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By  Magnoxidans  |  19

I would say "Just because you don't understand why it turns me off, that doesn't make my feelings invalid" - though unless he's a complete moron, it sounds like he's intentionally baiting you :/

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By  Magnoxidans  |  19

I would say "Just because you don't understand why it turns me off, that doesn't make my feelings invalid" - though unless he's a complete moron, it sounds like he's intentionally baiting you :/

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  PhoenixChick  |  22

It's rape in the movie too, so you don't even have to give him the novel. Just remind him that what he is referring to is a RAPE so brutal that the woman died from it. And that it isn't a turn on for you for him to offer to rape you to death.

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  DanielleinDC  |  28

From my understanding, the death was suicide after the rape, an all-too-common thing in real life. But yeah, OP, you gotta find a way to shut that shit down. If he won't get it through his head that using a reference to rape turns you off, perhaps you should find another boyfriend.

By  Ihavelike3bucks  |  2

Maybe he just wants to read the meter. Regarding the rape comments.. It's been awhile since I read or saw it but I'm pretty sure 'in-out-in-out' just refers to penetrative sex in general, not specially rape.

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  Gaz_2_0  |  10

A Clockwork Orange is one of my favorite movies as well, and I once talked in nadsat(the weird way the characters speak) for half a day until my Spanish teacher yelled at me. I would also have no problem with it.

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