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You're mine
Someone owns you, Receiver: no choice, no negotiation, no escape. You're mine can often demonstrate reciprocal feeling and shared trust - but always with a darker edge, redolent of loss of control or a possibly troubling lack of autonomy. Receivers willing to surrender may do so with I'm yours, Please or the absolute dedication of I'll do anything, while On one condition offers the opportunity to impose conditions on such self-abnegation. Those resistant to the Bearer’s charms, however, can express reluctance with Reluctance, disbelief with You've gotta be kidding me or a self-deprecating 163, or somewhat ironic defiance with an offhand Good luck, You should be so lucky or Thanks, but no thanks.
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