Pillow Talk

posted October 10th, 2014, 2:01 am


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November 9th, 2013, 6:44 am

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There. The hammer has dropped. Was it as bad as you expected? Did you already know the answer to this? Does it make it any better than he said it? Would anything ever make it better? Again, my personal opinion is held to the end of the chapter.

Please note that in frame 1 she has her skirt on and Vic has his pants on, so it was simply a topless affair and NOT a full on action thing.

Please note that the art in frame 3 is fucking terrible.

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October 10th, 2014, 12:00 pm

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While I would appreciate the honesty... I would personally never be able to trust him. Or I wouldn't without a lot of time and getting the girl's side of the story. Of course, I would have never gotten into a tent with him or gone camping with him until this conversation came up in a nice, public place with lot's of witnesses.

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October 10th, 2014, 10:45 pm

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@Erin: Annie is young and still learning who to trust and why not to trust them. Given how many opportunities Vic has had to do whatever he wanted to Annie, and given how he already knows how the general public (and cops and medical staff) will treat her, if he wanted to, wouldn't he have already hurt her that way? The time they spent alone in his house. The hours they've spent in that locker room where she was banished to?

The girl's story should be public info, it appears to have been a public trial. Do you want Annie to go talk to the girl personally? "Hey, you know that guy who you say raped you? I'm going out with him now, what REALLY happened?".

Perhaps you are right that the conversation should have come up in a public place. By that token, why would he admit it out loud in a public place? Logically, why would he put himself (and his father's good name) out there like that, especially after they clearly made such a compelling (and false) case for his innocence?

You say you would never trust him. Is this to say that we shouldn't let convicted criminals work after they come out of prison? I don't need or really want an actual answer, but I do want to put these things out there for people to consider. I don't feel there is a right or wrong, only questions.

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