Comma Sense: Restrictive

Restrictive, dependent clauses: When a dependent clause is vital to the sentence’s meaning, there’s no need to set it off with a comma.

Orgasm is a physical response that anyone can achieve.
She loved getting her pussy licked from side to side.

Now mark the unnecessary commas:

When faced with two options, she chose the dildo, that had broken her heart.
He was surprised, when she removed her sweater, blouse, and camisole.

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  1. The correct punctuation is:

    Faced with two options, she chose the dildo that had broken her heart.

    He was surprised when she removed her sweater, blouse, and camisole.

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