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By notyourmom - / Tuesday 11 June 2013 12:00 / United Kingdom - London
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  interesting33  |  33

Well that isn't what it says - he just says that he thinks it looks better as a full bush. There aren't that many ways to have a vagina - it isn't because his mother has it like that that he wants his gf to - it is just he thinks it is better. The fact that he has seen his mothers is the creepy thing I think - although I have seen my Mum's when I was little and she used to walk from the bathroom to her room naked. It doesn't necessarily mean anything though I can see why OP freaked out.

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  feelingold  |  18

You may not have grown up in a house with nudity but for some people it's normal, and not remotely sexual. The question really is: can you get comfortable with this? If not I see far bigger problems in your future with this man than your choice of pubic decoration...

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  peacheso  |  31

Captain obvious. #95

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  jonha21  |  11

Yes....Incest

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  SlapAndTickle  |  20

Or maybe his mother fell ill at one point and had to take care of her. I don't see what's so "creepy" about him knowing his mother had a bush.

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  SH4D0WS1N  |  3

I'm not normally logged into FML but I figured I could hijack the top comment to tell you all something. I don't know a lot about this and disclaimer, I don't have a degree in psychology, but there's supposedly a theory that people are inclined to be attracted to a mate similar to their opposite sex parent. I would assume this stems from only close relationships with said parent. I have a great relationship with my mother and I find I can compare my ex with her in many different ways. So if OP's boyfriend has a great relationship with his mother then it's very possible that this theory applies here. I'm not attracted to my mother, romantically or sexually, but my ex (whom I love dearly and turns me on like a light switch) has a similar personality and body shape. I don't want to defend any incestial possibilities, but I'm just trying to point out that there are some extremely logical reasonings behind this desire.

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  bluehero  |  17

That's fine and all, #158, but I can't get over the fact that he has had a good look at his mothers vagina and wishes for one identical to it(possibly fantasizing it would be his moms?) this guy has took it too far.

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  SH4D0WS1N  |  3

I already explained the whole fantasizing part... Just because I'm in love with a girl that acts and looks like my mom does not mean I fantasize about her in any way shape or form... As for seeing his mother's pubic hair it really isn't that hard. Lot's of kids remember stuff from when they're little and lots of times parents are naked around their kids when they're really small. I have a memory from when I was 2 (it's about a car we used to have). I have a memory from my 6th bday I believe. I remember stuff from kindergarten and first grade. It's very possible that this guy has seen it from that far back and has a vague memory of it. Then you can tie it into my very plausible proof of it not being him fantasizing or desiring his mother and this FML can be explained pretty well. But I guess if you all want to assume the worst and have a pessimist assume something better then to each their own I suppose.

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  your_face  |  15

What creeps me out about is that he doesn't just say, "I think it would look better with a bush," or "I like the ones I've seen with bushes." It's, "My mom has one and I think it looks better that way." Meaning he specifically likes the way his mom's hooha looks. Otherwise, why would he use her as the example?

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  chabelo  |  10

yeah the problem is that he likes his mommy's hairy pussy he could just said he saw a hairy pussy in some porn movie and he like it instead of saying that about his mother.

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  feelingold  |  18

Thought for the day. Which is more f*cked up - a man growing up knowing what his mum (a natural woman) looks like naked, or a man growing up only seeing nudity in porn who gets surprised/disgusted when he realizes natural women have body hair and plenty of it? There are plenty of type 2 around. Maybe you're luckier than you realize OP. Let it go and relax!

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  SteffiTheSmile  |  25

I'm sorry for being dyslexic.

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  mustsuck4u  |  4

u spelt incest wrong idjit

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There's different types of dyslexia, goober. Just like there's different types of cancer, diabetes, etc. Some people have it where the letters are jumbled, some have it where the letters or words are backwards, and some have a mix in between. I would know because I have dyslexia, however, I did not think it was possible to switch an "s" and a "c". I fix the problem with switching my typing to the left side where the words are like they are in a mirror for typing.

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  dlhamon  |  5

That's an =Electra= complex btw

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  perdix  |  29

#77, no, Oedipus solved the riddle of the Sphinx and was given the kingship of Thebes for lifting the Sphinx's curse. He nailed Queen Jocasta, only to find out later she was his real mother, and then he poked his own eyes out. The only thing the Complex has to do with the mythical figure is the mother-son sex, but it was never King Oedipus' intention to do that.

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  Pleonasm  |  31

Regardless of him knowing that Jocasta was his mother or not, he still wanted to, and then proceeded to, bang her. Arguing that him not knowing that it was his mother before hand therefore means that he did not in fact want to bang his mother is semantics.

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  perdix  |  29

#136, actually, he ran away from Corinth to keep the prophecy of sleeping with his mother from coming true. At the time, he thought Queen Merope of Corinth was his mother. It's not semantics, it's a deep appreciation of the Classics.

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  Pleonasm  |  31

It's semantics in the way you're reading into my statement. I know that he didn't know Jocasta was his mother. But he did want to bang Jocasta, hence "He wanted to bang." Turns out Jocasta was his mother, hence "his mother." That's really all there was to it. Did he or did he not want to bang the person who turned out to be his biological mother? Yes.

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  evilplatypus  |  35

142 - He didn't "run away from home". His father knew of the prophecy and asked a servant to kill him when he was an infant. The servant couldn't do it, so he abandoned him in the hills where a herder found him and brought him to a neighboring royal family to raise.

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  green2go  |  14

How is that not creepy?!

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