Chủ Nhật, June 14th, 2009 | Tác giả:

You’re in an intimate relationship with someone. You know that person loves you. That person knows you love them. You’ve said it a thousand times before and today you say it again: “I Love You.

  1. Do you always expect your other half to sayI Love You tooback?
  2. Can you interpret the above as a test of that person’s love?
  3. If your answer to 2 là “vâng”, why do you need this affirmation?
  4. If your answer to 1 was “không”:
  • một. What do you expect?
  • b. Why is this?
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Thể loại: psychology, ngâu nhiên
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  1. 1

    1. Nope. If that question was posed to me, I think I would’ve said something along the lines of: “I know.🙂

    2. Why should it be tested? If you know she loves you, then she’s passed the test already.

    3. —

    4một. Refer to 1, followed by a *grin* and a kiss.
    b. Hmm. I think I’m just weird.

    On a side note
    If Eskimos have 50 different words for snow, why do we only have one word for love?

  2. Hah! Technically, the French don’t even have a word for it!

    Yet Vulcans have a unique name for each catalogued state, lol.

  3. 3

    I have this one waxed dude.

    What one can do is

    Start off(and by this I mean end the conversation withusually) by sayingi love you toowithout the initialI love you”, from either one of you.

    This results in either 3 things:

    1. A giggle/laugh or something along those regions from the opponent/companionrad, brownie points.
    2. Một “I love you” – kickass, glad to hear it again.
    3. Or nothingin which case you have spoken for both parties by jumping aheadno harm done.

    Awesome huh?

    One can even test it on a random in a club. Although point 1’s result could possibly be followed by a bone-crushing slap by the females BFworthy risk.

  4. 4

    Craig, I love too <3

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