Who Am I to Disagree?

22 Apr 2008

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Ever notice that some people say "make love to " and other people say "make love with "? Only, doesn't "to" seem a bit, I don't know, aggressive? Isn't it preferable, or at least more courteous, to use "with"?

Apparently not ... Check out these Google search results:

"make love to" -- 2,360,000 hits
"make love with" -- 299,000 hits

So, making love "to" someone is more than seven times more common than making love "with" someone. Seven times as many people, it would seem, prefer to make love "to" others (or, I suppose be made love to). Either way, the vast majority of people want to fuck or be fucked. I guess Annie Lennox was right:

Some of them want to use you
Some of them want to get used by you
Some of them want to abuse you
Some of them want to be abused

It would seem the connection -- the "with" -- is in fact the sweet dream of which Ms. Lennox speaks.

Original Comments

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On April 23, 2008, Leonesse wrote:

LK and I just had this conversation the other day. We finally just said "fuck it" and went to bed.

On April 23, 2008, Leonesse wrote:

aha aha aha

On April 23, 2008, Beenzzz wrote:

Nicely done! The phrase "make love," makes me want to wretch. I think "banging bodies with," is a better phrase, no?

On April 24, 2008, Grant Miller wrote:

Now that song will be in my head for the rest of the day.

I happen to enjoy "making love on."

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