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  1. What could be less exciting than a beautiful teenage lover who can’t do anything but just lie there?

      1. NO ! “what could be less exciting than ___” entails a note of a less but not excluding a more but emphasizes an already existing excite. The phrase shows a query about a less than what already is an excite. The phrase does NOT exclude anything such as YOUR “more”. He is not asking for a “more” but for a comparison to the exciting that might be less than what he is of excite about. PLAIN and SIMPLE, the writer asks for comparisons with less, not a query as to more. The guy is not really under restraints. 🌿 🐶

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