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saying i love you too much
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Posted 6/1/08
at my school, we call those people who say i love you, but don't mean it , "I love you" whores
Posted 6/1/08


myLook wrote: They don't hate you. They're just possibly trying not to
hurt you or they find it convenient.


PetahCireus wrote: convenient? that makes the person they love a user.


Well you can't really call it a "user" if they love you back too. Check it out from this point of view, a person
who "cannot" love you "cannot" say "I love you" to you. Now if they hear the other person say "I love you"
that would make it sound not appropriate because you're dragging yourself into a deeper hole. ~ Btw, did
I say convenient =.= I meant to say "in"convienient
(Just caught taht right now)
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I tend to say it a lot. But I also say sweetie and honey a lot, it's just a part of being from the south. Around here it's so common but when I go up north people look at me like I'm crazy
Posted 6/1/08

myLook wrote:


Well you can't really call it a "user" if they love you back too. Check it out from this point of view, a person
who "cannot" love you "cannot" say "I love you" to you. Now if they hear the other person say "I love you"
that would make it sound not appropriate because you're dragging yourself into a deeper hole. ~ Btw, did
I say convenient =.= I meant to say "in"convienient
(Just caught taht right now)


Well it just depends on ya situation.

Posted 6/1/08
I think it's okay to say 'I love you' to someone you're with, but to say, 'I'm in love with you' feels different to me. I guess it just depends on how the word is used in a sentence, the situation and if it is really meant or not.
Posted 6/1/08

PetahCireus wrote:

Well it just depends on ya situation.


Well, it's just my opinion I guess it doesn't matter to you or anyone anyway.Lol.
Posted 6/1/08

myLook wrote:

Well, it's just my opinion I guess it doesn't matter to you or anyone anyway.Lol.


Guess ya rite it's random time for love.

Posted 6/1/08

PetahCireus wrote:
Guess ya rite it's random time for love.


myLook wrote:
Kind of I guess. Maybe you should
stop? It's always good to love your friends just
don't go too far...
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myLook wrote:
Kind of I guess. Maybe you should
stop? It's always good to love your friends just
don't go too far...



unless u love them more then a friend.

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some people aren't really selective to who they say 'ily' to.

i said, ILY to my cousin (she's a GIRL, btw.)
and she's just kinda like,
"....uhm."

it weirds people out, i guess.

but i say it all the time.
hahhahaa.
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You can't say that, really. It's all in the person and how they mean it. I can say I love porn but that love is different from the love I have for my significant other.
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they cheapen it. the stereotypical picture is the white familiy, where the mom yells at them, they seem like their fighting about something ,then as the kid is leaving, the mom says in a stern annoyed tone, " ilove you"....

it's like .wtf o.O???????????? one, they say it too often, two, whenver they say it, it's like they're mad and forcing it, three, "i love you" doesn't always mean it's face value, but then you have to go through all these mental gymnastics to figure out the tone of their voice, the previous context, and guess and mind read what every subtle flavor of "i love you" ACTUALLY means.. it's fucking retarded. it's better you just don't say it, so that at least when it is said, it can mean something.
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Posted 6/1/08
reminds me of the 'my wife and kids' show when the girl and her b/f keep saying 'i love u'to each other
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Fushaz wrote:

It really depends on your definition of the word 'love'. Is love defined as special feelings towards him/her/the object?

If you say "I love this soup," you don't really have feelings towards the soup, you just enjoy it.
But "I love you," means you have feelings towards him/her.

Really depends on how you define "love".


the greeks were quite smart weren't they? they differentiated the word love as to avoid this ugly mess we have in english. love can mean romantic love, love your mom, love your friends, love an object, and now it's even synonymous with porn, prostutition, and rape, even beastiality. very ugly.

philos, agape, eros... very smart. usually when cultures deem soemthing important, or talk about it a lot, it gets differentiated and there are more words for it... like eskimos have tons of words for snow/ice, koreans have words for relatives that specifically let you know who is doing the talking as well as who is being talked about, whereas in english we say brother in law and that could mean the brother of your wife or your sister's husband. i'm really surprised how we don't differentiate the word love. goes to show how ugly enlgihs is.
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BLEAH
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