History YMMV / LittleShopOfHorrors

21st Oct '17 5:14:58 PM PaulA
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* HilariousInHindsight: The song in which Audrey II introduces itself and offers to make Seymour's dreams come true includes the line "I'm your genie, I'm your friend". A decade later, Ashman and Menken wrote "Friend Like Me", the song in which Genie introduces himself and offers to make Aladdin's dreams come true, for ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}''.
4th Sep '17 6:03:47 PM CB2001
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** Audrey herself isn't exempt from this. Was she really a woman suffering from an abusive relationship, or was she and Orin in an extreme BDSM-type of relationship (the kind of relationship that would have drastically been frowned upon and considered extremely taboo in the time the story took place) and all the bruises were either lead up or during one of their "dates"? And when Seymour witnessed Orin "abusing" Audrey during "Feed Me Seymour", was it really abuse or did Seymour misinterpret the kind of slap that typically gets Audrey's motor running as one due to him being unaware that she's a masochist and submissive?
4th Sep '17 6:03:16 PM CB2001
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** Audrey herself isn't exempt from this. Was she really a woman suffering from an abusive relationship, or was she and Orin in an extreme BDSM-type of relationship (the kind of relationship that would have drastically been frowned upon and considered extremely taboo in the time the story took place) and all the bruises were either lead up or during one of their "dates"? And when Seymour witnessed Orin "abusing" Audrey during "Feed Me Seymour", was it really abuse or did Seymour misinterpret the kind of slap that typically gets Audrey's motor running as one due to him being unaware that she's a masochist?
*** That certainly puts the famous dental patient scene into perspective: Orin couldn't get into it because the patient was overly enjoying himself in a way that seemed like he was faking the pain for pleasure, and Orin doesn't get any enjoyment out of it that way.

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** Audrey herself isn't exempt from this. Was she really a woman suffering from an abusive relationship, or was she and Orin in an extreme BDSM-type of relationship (the kind of relationship that would have drastically been frowned upon and considered extremely taboo in the time the story took place) and all the bruises were either lead up or during one of their "dates"? And when Seymour witnessed Orin "abusing" Audrey during "Feed Me Seymour", was it really abuse or did Seymour misinterpret the kind of slap that typically gets Audrey's motor running as one due to him being unaware that she's a masochist?
*** That certainly puts the famous dental patient scene into perspective: Orin couldn't get into it because the patient was overly enjoying himself in a way that seemed like he was faking the pain for pleasure,
masochist and Orin doesn't get any enjoyment out of it that way.submissive?
4th Sep '17 5:59:59 PM CB2001
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*** That certainly puts the famous dental patient scene into perspective: Orin couldn't get into it because the patient was overly enjoying himself in a way that seemed like he was faking the pain for pleasure, and Orin doesn't get any enjoyment out of it that way.
4th Sep '17 5:55:45 PM CB2001
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** Audrey herself isn't exempt from this. Was she really a woman suffering from an abusive relationship, or was she and Orin been in an extreme BDSM-type of relationship (the kind of relationship that would have drastically been frowned upon and considered extremely taboo in the time the story took place) and all the bruises were either lead up or during one of their "dates"? And when Seymour witnessed Orin "abusing" Audrey during "Feed Me Seymour", was it really abuse or did Seymour misinterpret the kind of slap that typically gets Audrey's motor running as one due to him being unaware that she's a masochist?

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** Audrey herself isn't exempt from this. Was she really a woman suffering from an abusive relationship, or was she and Orin been in an extreme BDSM-type of relationship (the kind of relationship that would have drastically been frowned upon and considered extremely taboo in the time the story took place) and all the bruises were either lead up or during one of their "dates"? And when Seymour witnessed Orin "abusing" Audrey during "Feed Me Seymour", was it really abuse or did Seymour misinterpret the kind of slap that typically gets Audrey's motor running as one due to him being unaware that she's a masochist?
4th Sep '17 5:55:08 PM CB2001
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4th Sep '17 5:51:31 PM CB2001
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** Audrey herself isn't exempt from this. Was she really a woman suffering from an abusive relationship, or was she and Orin been in an extreme BDSM-type of relationship (the kind of relationship that would have drastically been frowned upon and considered extremely taboo in the time the story took place) and all the bruises were either lead up or during one of their "dates"? And when Seymour witnessed Orin "abusing" Audrey during "Feed Me Seymour", was it really abuse or did Seymour misinterpret the kind of slap that typically gets Audrey's motor running as one due to him being unaware that she's a masochist?
4th Sep '17 5:50:05 PM CB2001
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** Audrey herself isn't exempt from this. Was she really a woman suffering from an abusive relationship, or was she and Orin been in an extreme BDSM-type of relationship (the kind of relationship that would have drastically been frowned upon and considered extremely taboo in the time the story took place) and all the bruises were either lead up or during one of their "dates"? And when Seymour witnessed Orin "abusing" Audrey during "Feed Me Seymour", was it really abuse or did Seymour misinterpret the kind of slap that typically gets Audrey's motor running as one due to him being unaware that she's a masochist?
4th Sep '17 5:49:07 PM CB2001
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** Audrey herself isn't exempt from this. Was she really a woman suffering from an abusive relationship, or was she and Orin been in an extreme BDSM-type of relationship (the kind of relationship that would have drastically been frowned upon and considered extremely taboo in the time the story took place) and all the bruises were either lead up or during one of their "dates"?

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** Audrey herself isn't exempt from this. Was she really a woman suffering from an abusive relationship, or was she and Orin been in an extreme BDSM-type of relationship (the kind of relationship that would have drastically been frowned upon and considered extremely taboo in the time the story took place) and all the bruises were either lead up or during one of their "dates"?"dates"? And when Seymour witnessed Orin "abusing" Audrey during "Feed Me Seymour", was it really abuse or did Seymour misinterpret the kind of slap that typically gets Audrey's motor running as one due to him being unaware that she's a masochist?
4th Sep '17 5:45:05 PM CB2001
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** Audrey herself isn't exempt from this. Was she really a woman suffering from an abusive relationship, or could she and Orin been in an extreme BDSM-type of relationship (the kind of relationship that would have drastically been frowned upon and considered extremely taboo in the time the story took place)?

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** Audrey herself isn't exempt from this. Was she really a woman suffering from an abusive relationship, or could was she and Orin been in an extreme BDSM-type of relationship (the kind of relationship that would have drastically been frowned upon and considered extremely taboo in the time the story took place)?place) and all the bruises were either lead up or during one of their "dates"?
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