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Today, I was talking to the guy that has been in love with me for two years. He said "There is a shortage of perfect breasts in the world. It would be a shame to lose yours." He then creepily looked at me and said "It's true." Thanks, Princess Bride, for supplying creepers with material. FML

By creeped - / Tuesday 29 December 2010 00:50 / United States
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By  Acuvue  |  0

Oh noooo! Someone thinks you have perfect breasts! And he's quoting from one of the most oft-quoted movies ever! F YOUR LIFE! Or, you know, congrats.

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  MrsDruidess  |  23

no. . . I am getting more of a bragging feeling to this one. I mean he's not a stranger obviously since she's known him for two years. And really who bitches that someone thinks their boobs are perfect and uses a great pop culture references to say it?

By  Acuvue  |  0

Oh noooo! Someone thinks you have perfect breasts! And he's quoting from one of the most oft-quoted movies ever! F YOUR LIFE! Or, you know, congrats.

By  SweetestSin  |  0

your bitching about that? At least he isn't stalking you, breaking into your house and stealing your underware. Guys love boobs (so all the ones I know do) be thankful he didn't reach out and give them a little squeeze as well.

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  VeganVampyre  |  26

Who said anything about cutting off her tits? The meaning of the line in the movie is that Westley doesn't want Buttercup to kill herself... I assume this guy must have meant something similar, like probably that he doesn't want to lose OP (though not because of suicide, I hope).

By  daydreamstar  |  7

people remember, it doesn't matter if you think he was giving her a compliment, the fact is that she felt uncomfortable. If she liked it would she put it on this site?

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  BeeSkwaird  |  0

Feelings are feelings. If I feel uncomfortable, I choose to see it as my own fault until the person actually *does* something wrong. Until then, I don't judge them.

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  BeeSkwaird  |  0

My contention is that "creepy" has become a cultural phenomenon with profound, even hurtful (when presumptuous), implications. If the only litmus test for determining how dangerous a person is, is "Does this person make me *feel* kinda funny?" then innocent people will get hurt, all over mere misunderstanding. If I think you have a gun, I may pull out my own, may even shoot, only to find out you had no weapon at all.

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  valmont_fml  |  0

There's too much information we don't have, like how she feels about him, their relationship in general (friends? strangers?), and whether he knows she doesn't feel that way or that she wants him not too. It's just a compliment until it's clear that it is unwanted. *Then* it's harassment.

By  CallMeHush  |  0

How the hell did I miss that line? Now I've got to watch it again AND pay attention. Ditto on the whole boob thing though, love 'em all. Some are better than others but still love them all.

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  FerrariCake  |  2

Sorry to have to be the grammar nazi here, but OCD is not something I can control: compliment (with an "i") is something nice you say about someone (this is what you meant) complement (with an "e") is something that completes a set, like a nice shrubbery complements the landscaping in your yard

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