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  1. So I’ve got the library. The key now to finding the love of my life is to make my household items talk and then lock her up in my apartment until she loves me or thinks I’m broken enough that it’s worth fixing me (shouldn’t be hard to do that), then “let her go” knowing full well she’ll return? I’ve got this. 😉 Oh, and I get to dress her in sexy get ups? Yep, done. I can totally figure this Stockholm Syndrome thing out. I kid by the way.

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    1. Haha but it’s worked for so many of them! Beast, Christian Grey, Edward Cullen (who didn’t lock her up but certainly watched her every move). Give it a whirl!

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      1. And women flock to those novels. It’s like they’re broadcasting, “Dominate me!” Well maybe I believe in gender equality. When do the men get dominated?! Could you imagine that novel? Anyway…. Nah, I’m too nice to pull it off. It’s a tragedy. I have principles and stuff. 😛

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        1. Damn those principles lol. But don’t worry! I have no doubt that the right girl is around the corner and you won’t have to abduct her to win her love!

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  2. Hahaha oh my gosh, it’s so true! Further comparisons between Beauty and The Beast and 50 Shades absolutely must be made! and Twilight! Don’t both of those guys tell their girls what to wear? And what car to drive? And all kinds of other weird controlling things?
    So brilliant, Jess. Even though I still love the movie 😉

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    1. Exactly! Disney sure did set the bar lol. I’ll admit, I also still love the movie. And the Twilight books. I would be a 50 Shades fan if they kept Charlie Hunnam as Christian but they didn’t so I am safe lol

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