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Being in an abusive relationship is not as bad as not being on the property ladder

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Overheard conversation in an office I was visiting today in work. "He always makes me do things he knows I'm not into and he knows because i told him I'd never do the same" followed by much umming and aaaaring by other females in the office (but none saying he's a d1ck), then adding " but we are on the property ladder together which is good".

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Being on the property ladder with someone who abuses her.

There's a Banker out there somewhere who is getting off on that while a prostitute sandpapers their b*lls in a £2000pcm flat in London while looking out the window at crappy new builds and snorting cocaine.

London Life.

Edited by Arpeggio

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16 hours ago, Si1 said:

Overheard conversation in an office I was visiting today in work. "He always makes me do things he knows I'm not into and he knows because i told him I'd never do the same" followed by much umming and aaaaring by other females in the office (but none saying he's a d1ck), then adding " but we are on the property ladder together which is good".

Sounds like your common-or-garden toxic relationship.

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Assuming she's talking sexually, it means he's dominant in bed to the point of what most people would call abusive. However, he can't 'make' her do anything.

She's got a dominant man with enough resources to buy a house, and her and the sisterhood all seem to think that's just fine.

I wonder would she leave him to go live with a kind, respectful bloke, who asks her every night exactly how she wants to be pleasured, in the house that he rents.

Edited by JoeDavola

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8 hours ago, JoeDavola said:

Assuming she's talking sexually, it means he's dominant in bed to the point of what most people would call abusive. However, he can't 'make' her do anything.

She's got a dominant man with enough resources to buy a house, and her and the sisterhood all seem to think that's just fine.

I wonder would she leave him to go live with a kind, respectful bloke, who asks her every night exactly how she wants to be pleasured, in the house that he rents.

Alphamale all the way.

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