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How to say those three little words

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by mr.orange, Jul 18, 2011.

  1. ter1413

    ter1413 Well-Known Member

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    not the same. stick with "i love you"..if you love her/him!
     
  2. mr.orange

    mr.orange Well-Known Member

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    I love everything about you is a wimpy ass way of saying I love you I guess. I'm not having any troubles expressing how I feel: I just wanted to make a clear distinction between these two phrases. I don't tell someone I love them unless I truly truly do.


    I'm going to have to go with Kdub and say that's probably not a good idea lol.

    And let me stress this again, I am not having any love problems!
     
  3. mr.orange

    mr.orange Well-Known Member

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    @ ter1413


    If I did it'd be a "her" good sir.
     
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  4. Dakota rube

    Dakota rube Well-Known Member

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    "I love everything about you" is going to cause all sorts of mental and emotional gymnastics inside the woman who hears it:
    At first, she's going to be all, 'oh, he is falling for me. He loves me!' and she's doing to be like putty in your hands. But after awhile that feminine brain is going to parse the statement into its truths and she'll realize you jobbed her.

    A pet mammal will end up stewing in a stockpot atop your stove.
     
  5. acidboy

    acidboy Well-Known Member

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    it is a scientific fact: say something to a woman that has more than 3 words and her brain's gonna pick and dissect through it like a maniac.
     
  6. in stitches

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    oh how often this is true.

    plus there is almost no chance of it being interpreted in your favor.
     
  7. willpower

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    Yeah, I know - I was being satirical.

    A common technique of satire is to take a real-life situation and exaggerate it to such a degree that it becomes ridiculous, and thus satirical.

    I think the OP merely needs to play this for his GF in order to get his message across.

    [VIDEO][/VIDEO]
     
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  8. Fashionist30

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    No. When you say "I love you" you are expressing what you feel towards a person, a feeling that is more than just an admiration. Saying "I love evreything about you" is just expressing an admiration. People say I love you without meaning it but there is more to it than just words. Am I making sense? I hope so :0)
     
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    This thread is really gay.

    The three little words you should say to a woman ("gimme a sandwich") MUST be said routinely in a relationship. She needs to know her place.
     
  10. mr.orange

    mr.orange Well-Known Member

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    man cannot live on sandwiches alone.
    yeah you are making sense. let this be your first and your last post lest they become annoying and void of any meaning.
     
  11. Neo_Version 7

    Neo_Version 7 Well-Known Member

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    Just because someone doesn't say it the way you guys want or are used to hearing in poems and movies, it doesn't mean they don't feel the same way you do. Some people just don't like expressing it verbally and would rather convey it through little actions or what have you. Getting hung up on a phrase that's lost its meaning over the years shows major insecurity.
     
  12. in stitches

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    i may have to argue with you there.
     
  13. Stazy

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    So this girl I've gone on a few dates with texted me yesterday that she loved me. My reaction was obviously :uhoh: but then I got a string of texts immediately after of her freaking out that the text was for her mom and that it was a total accident blah blah blah. It was hilarious watching her try and recover from that little slip up.
     
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    You know what is Alpha? gettin them beezies to be all lovey-dovey immediately, then getting them to change their mind without having to say anyhing.
     
  15. mr.orange

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    please post her love text verbatim and pictures of the girl.


    You have a valid point; people do have different ways of demonstrating their love for each other but, ultimately it does come down to that that phrase. People make a big deal about it because it is a big deal. See Stazy's post above. If I told the girl of my dreams I loved her and she hits me with “I love everything about you”, I would be a little nonplussed by her response. And mind you, it’s not being insecure; it’s being assured that the relationship you’re in isn’t fickle (unless that’s what you want).


    argue away.
     
  16. Stazy

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    I'll pm you a picture. You'll be impressed. The text was just "I love you".
     
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  17. mr.orange

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    something about this doesn't sit right with me. I'll just open it @ home to be safe. Don't want legal all over my ass for misusing company assets :lol:
     
  18. Stazy

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    Haha it's a bikini shot so it's on the verge of being NSFW.
     
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  19. Neo_Version 7

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    Her assets are worth it. Believe me.
     
  20. Stazy

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    But would you hit it?
     
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