Awesome used to be a great word, but it's been used so much that it's rubbish now.
I can't really think of many substitutes for it though
Amazing, tremendous, supreme, fantastic, legendary, wonderful, fandabidozy, extraordinary, super, turbo, megaton, marvellous, great, fucking ace...
I think I'm all out
RIP ME LOL
The one thing that annoys me about girls,wait not just people in general is when they say i love you after just a few weeks or months. But I'm not gonna lie i do say i love you a lot though,but 99.9% of the times when i was I'm usually joking,the people i love know i love them by my actions so i don't really have to be like "hey i love you".
It's the context in which you say it, as well as your tone of voice. I'm sure the words will be weighed differently if you were to whisper it to a lover over yelling "I love you!" to a friend in a bar. Sure, the phrase gets tossed around a lot casually, but they can definitely carry serious weight depending on the situation.
I think people say the words " I love you' to much. Before i would say those three words i would try to get to know the person first. when you say those words you are supposed to feel something inside of you and you don't say the word like it means nothing. theres supposed to have emphases on word when you say it
That's what i think, thanks for reading and good question
I've noticed that instead of reserving, "I love you" for people you actually TRULY love, people use it to mean "I like you" "You're so awesome" etc. People are way more loose with it and its meaning nowadays which is sad to me
Just with any other words that are supposed to have an impact, the more you use them the less they really mean individually...
Love is a tricky business. Everyone loves differently. Have you ever thought that the people who use "I love you" a lot more frequently than others are the ones who have a lot more love to give? Love at first sight exists and I've said it to people I've met for only a couple of hours or even a few minutes. I meant it every time.
Eros – a passionate physical and emotional love based on aesthetic enjoyment; stereotype of romantic love. Erotic lovers choose their lovers by intuition or "chemistry." They are more likely to say they fell in love at first sight than those of other love styles
Ludus – a love that is played as a game or sport; conquest; may have multiple partners at once
Storge – an affectionate love that slowly develops from friendship, based on similarity (kindred to Philia)
Pragma – love that is driven by the head, not the heart; undemonstrative
Mania – obsessive love; experience great emotional highs and lows; very possessive and often jealous lovers
Agape – selfless altruistic love; spiritual
If it takes you a fucking month to realize you love someone I would say that's a love based on common sense and friendship and not chemistry.
Since "I love you" is overrated, I will say it in a different way: Te amo! Te amo ustedes! TE AMO!
I got your message~ ;D
Nobody's perfect. I'm a nobody, therfore I am perfect.
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whispers from your ghost