"Troy’s text message is him saying that he loves Britta. Whatever he specifically said is the whatever’s in the brief case in Pulp Fiction. It’s something of value, it’s something that isn’t abusive. It’s something that a woman should like to hear from a man in a text message, but Britta’s warped. It would defile it to bother to - but I’m sure it was very simple, and very lovely, and very honest. Troy is, he’s a sincere character. He doesn’t have any wingerness to him."
I guess we all walked in here pretty bad.
I was trained never to say this, but I think that group may be untutorable.