Some men are adept enough to read what you're looking for without an explicit statement.
Others are obtuse enough that saying it won't make any difference.
Yet others are aware that there's no way to know, without further conversation, whether "you can't have me" is a simple factual declaration or an invitation to prove her wrong.
In short, the chances of accomplishing any useful communication with this statement are approximately zero.
Next week, part II: Bostock complains that he wanted some ketchup but the server never stopped by to offer additional service.
@kiteless: "now tell us places to eat where we can get a hot healthy meal for cheap!"
I'd start with 'your kitchen.'
Fourth possibility: maybe he wants to be the one who gets tied up. I've seen more than relationship where the sexual issues turned out to be that both partners were subs.
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