Merida asked 14 days ago

What does "I love you" mean?


What does "I love you" mean?

It depends on the context and the level of sincerity of the person saying it. Varies.

You know how you love sweet deserts? Its that... but for humans.

I wouldn't know anything about that 😭

According to goole love means

Love encompasses a range of strong and positive emotional and mental states, from the most sublime virtue or good habit, the deepest interpersonal affection, to the simplest pleasure.

Affinity. Or sometimes it means "I want to get into your pants." Or sometimes I suspect people say it just because they're in a relationship and the other person says it and they have no choice but to say it back.

Also, according Neale Donald Walsch, often "I love you very much" actually means "I trade you very much." I guess that's likely because, like Sean said a while ago, people don't get into relationships unless there's something in it for them.

Could mean anything to anyone. That's the dirty side of love and war.

It is the verbal expression of a feeling that is caused by attraction, and an overdose of dopamine (brain makes its own addictive drugs). You might help those words getting out to the world by a good dose of nice drinks too. Btw. I like this photo of you. You look again very kissable. I know I repeat myself.