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How do you feel when someone refers to you as theirs, like you belonged to them? As in their girlfriend? Their boyfriend? Joyed? Angry? Hot and bothered?
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If its not in an abusive manner/tone.
It makes me happy.
But being roughly told that I'm someones possession and under a strict control there after.
Then I pack up my bags and leave.
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I'm the possessive one.
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i dont mind it as long as they dont see themselves as my pimp or a god compared to me. i mostly dont mind because my whole purpose is to protect people and well i have an exceeding amount of patience when it comes to people.....sometimes
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Not bothered.. No reason to be lol.
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It all depends on the tone and manner in which it was said. I like calling people "mine" when I am very close to them. I love it when people are possessive over me, too. It makes me feel loved.

Of course, if it's said in an aggressive tone by some abusive boyfriend or overly clingy friend, it gets quite uncomfortable and is definitely not okay.
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Aokidanza wrote:

It all depends on the tone and manner in which it was said. I like calling people "mine" when I am very close to them. I love it when people are possessive over me, too. It makes me feel loved.

Of course, if it's said in an aggressive tone by some abusive boyfriend or overly clingy friend, it gets quite uncomfortable and is definitely not okay.


You're my snuggle buddy.~
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Phersu wrote:


Aokidanza wrote:

It all depends on the tone and manner in which it was said. I like calling people "mine" when I am very close to them. I love it when people are possessive over me, too. It makes me feel loved.

Of course, if it's said in an aggressive tone by some abusive boyfriend or overly clingy friend, it gets quite uncomfortable and is definitely not okay.


You're my snuggle buddy.~




I had a feeling you would reply.
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Aokidanza wrote:



I had a feeling you would reply.


My senses that a lonely woman was out there in need of quoting was tingling.
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Phersu wrote:


Aokidanza wrote:



I had a feeling you would reply.


My senses that a lonely woman was out there in need of quoting was tingling.


My cop senses are telling me to tell you I have handcuffs and Miranda rights to read you.
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My cop senses are telling me to tell you I have handcuffs and Miranda rights to read you.


She's legal officer, honest, and I don't know wh- *Opens my mask and devours you whole, handcuffs and all.*

*Strolls away whistling.*
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I feel like my body isn't mine and I'm vulnerable to throwing myself around the room.
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there is some security in saying to you partner that 'your mine'. it works both way and can make a relationship stronger, IMHO.
but 'your mine' is very, very different from 'i own you'.
kinda hard to explane.
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Posted 4/10/14

Phersu wrote:


Judgementwolf wrote:

My cop senses are telling me to tell you I have handcuffs and Miranda rights to read you.


She's legal officer, honest, and I don't know wh- *Opens my mask and devours you whole, handcuffs and all.*

*Strolls away whistling.*


I'm sorry I had to laugh haha. The whistle part got me. It should have went like... Sir you have the right to remain si....
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