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How to say those three little words

post #1 of 68
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Is telling someone "I love everything about you" the same thing as saying "I love you." ? I don't think so but, I'd like to know what you guys think.
post #2 of 68
Basically not, totally different things in my honest opinion. Loving everything about someone just isn't the same as love (feelings) for someone. So, saying this will not make the same effect, if you are in a situation where you are not sure or don't dare to say this to someone.
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post #3 of 68
OP, was this said to you or are you considering saying this to a woman?
post #4 of 68
They are the same.
post #5 of 68
"i love everything about you" is a superficial way of saying i love you. it implies you like the way they look, hanging out with them and so on. it implies the love is dependant on enjoying the aspects of this person. but that such love may not stand up to seeing something in the person that you dont like. which in any long term relationship is inevitable.

"i love you" means, as a person, above and beyond all, i love you. you, everything about who you are, flaws and all i love you. pros and cons i love you. this is a much higher level of love.

i may be splitting hairs and it may be subtle but think these are very different statements. the first emotion may come after being with a person for a few weeks. while the other emotion may not follow for quite some time. depending on the people and the relationship.

just my 2 cents.
post #6 of 68
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Originally Posted by Egert View Post

Basically not, totally different things in my honest opinion. Loving everything about someone just isn't the same as love (feelings) for someone. So, saying this will not make the same effect, if you are in a situation where you are not sure or don't dare to say this to someone.
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post

OP, was this said to you or are you considering saying this to a woman?

birdman, it was not said to me nor do i plan to say it to someone. I saw an e-harmony commercial the other day and the woman said this about the guy she was going to marry. poor guy :/
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

They are the same.

You are wrong.
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

"i love everything about you" is a superficial way of saying i love you. it implies you like the way they look, hanging out with them and so on. it implies the love is dependant on enjoying the aspects of this person. but that such love may not stand up to seeing something in the person that you dont like. which in any long term relationship is inevitable.

"i love you" means, as a person, above and beyond all, i love you. you, everything about who you are, flaws and all i love you. pros and cons i love you. this is a much higher level of love.

i may be splitting hairs and it may be subtle but think these are very different statements. the first emotion may come after being with a person for a few weeks. while the other emotion may not follow for quite some time. depending on the people and the relationship.

just my 2 cents.

dude that was deep.

When i heard the girl (see comment above ) say this about the guy i thought the same thing; that her comment was misleading and only contingent on superficial things. so much for finding your perfect match.
post #7 of 68
Everything is everything is everything. Flaws and all.
post #8 of 68
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

Everything is everything is everything. Flaws and all.

one day neo, somewhere, somehow, someone may actually love you. maybe then you will understand.

i have now indulged you. i hope you enjoyed it.
post #9 of 68
It's not the same thing. If it were, you wouldn't have any trouble saying "I love you" instead. The only reason it would be difficult to say is because it has a different meaning.
post #10 of 68
The former is a non-commital way of saying the latter. Used as a lead-in to fish for reciprocal feelings.
post #11 of 68
"suck my dick" always worked.
post #12 of 68
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Originally Posted by limping_decorum View Post

"suck my dick" always worked.

Is there a difference between sucking your dick and sucking everything about your dick? plz halp
post #13 of 68
^^ Rofl.
post #14 of 68
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Fraiche View Post

The former is a non-commital way of saying the latter. Used as a lead-in to fish for reciprocal feelings.

exactly.
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

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Originally Posted by limping_decorum View Post

"suck my dick" always worked.


Is there a difference between sucking your dick and sucking everything about your dick? plz halp

hahaha you're a mad man neo.


I can't answer your question but, that doesn't mean that what you're saying is correct either.
post #15 of 68
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post


Is there a difference between sucking your dick and sucking everything about your dick? plz halp

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