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    The man is having an affair with the woman in the bed & is trying to sneak away without waking her up, so he doesn't have to hear her ask about his wife; in shifting her to get out of the bed & not wake her up he left her in an odd position, with an arm dangling, and only partially covered. He's covering his face because his cell phone in his pocket just vibrated & it's likely his wife; he is dreading explaining to his wife why he didn't come home the night before.

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    The man is crazy, & he raped & murdered her, and he is now covering his face to try and block out the voices & visions which made him do it.

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    The guy is a sad, loner who owns a real doll (in the bed) because he cannot connect with women; right now he is going off to work, but the morning sun got in his eyes for a moment.
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    I still think its the mundanity of having to get up for work in the morning while your partner gets to lie in.

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    ^ I'm with Craft though; who sleeps like that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    The man is having an affair with the woman in the bed & is trying to sneak away without waking her up, so he doesn't have to hear her ask about his wife; in shifting her to get out of the bed & not wake her up he left her in an odd position, with an arm dangling, and only partially covered. He's covering his face because his cell phone in his pocket just vibrated & it's likely his wife; he is dreading explaining to his wife why he didn't come home the night before.

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    The man is crazy, & he raped & murdered her, and he is now covering his face to try and block out the voices & visions which made him do it.

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    The guy is a sad, loner who owns a real doll (in the bed) because he cannot connect with women; right now he is going off to work, but the morning sun got in his eyes for a moment.
    LMAO I love your third scenario, and yes, along with you and Craft I'll say that woman looks mighty dead and the man appears to be expressing some very negative emotion.

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    The woman is somehow incapacitated, either through intoxicants or sickness, and was in bed naked. The man entered the room to get a book of course, being a red-blooded heterosexual male, noticed the naked lady on the bed, and is trying his best not to stare and preserve her honor even though she's totally unconscious by trying not to stare at her while he retrieves the book he needs from the room.

    For some reason, I'm going to guess that the room was his. And no, she's not asleep, she's not dead, she's just absofucking wasted.

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    the muscles he's using are only good for stretching or over dramaticized crying etc so that people could see the motions from really far away... it's still stretching... also he slept in the chair after refusing to leave during an argument... she is sleeping a deep sleep now, but when she wakes up, she'll remember the fight and be just as upset. her neck does look a little stiff though... maybe he had his wife stuffed in remembrance after she died? seeing his stuffed wife is very mundane for him now, so he doesn't act unusual about it, but still sleeps in the chair next to her(stuffed body).

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    He came home from work and realised that his partner had committed suicide.

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    I would LVE to analyse all these interpretations, but sadly our teacher didn't tell us how to. The bastard!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Queen Kat View Post
    I would LVE to analyse all these interpretations, but sadly our teacher didn't tell us how to. The bastard!
    wtf, thats like a math teacher saying that you can calculate things with math, but not telling how to do that
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    Indeed. That's the frustrating thing: if you want to know how to take these tests, you need to go to a different school and the degree you get there is worth less than the one you get in college.
    I was sitting outside the classroom waiting to go in, and I saw an airplane hit the tower. The TV was obviously on. I used to fly myself and I said, "There's one terrible pilot."
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