A numerical representation of the expression 'I love you' where each of the three numbers represents the amount of letters in each of the words.
Used by couples with pagers as a code to constantly remind one another that they still are affectionate. (More commonly used before the wide spread availability of text-messaging cell phones)
My girl sent 143 to my beeper a thousand times yesterday - she really loves me.
Means "I Love You."
One letter in I,
Four in Love,
and three in You.
Musiq made a song about it.
See sometimes words may get in the way
Of things that you really really mean to say
So I wanna out this time to make sure that how I really feel
Gets through to you
There aren’t many more ways and words that I can say
So I choose to tell you how I feel in a numerical way
Got so tired of trying to find the most complicated way
To say it to you so I simplified and broke it down
To 143 – and that means I love you
Common code for "I love you", as they amount of letters in that phrase is 1, 4, and 3.
Pager code: "555-1234*143"
I love you
1 letter in I
4 letters in love
3 letters i you
B: Bye, I love you too!!
A line in the worst song ever.
"Text 143 that means i love you girl..."
(iYiYi by Cody Simpson)
I Love You. After the "I Love You" lighthouse at Minot's Ledge, about 20 miles SE of Boston Harbor. In 1894 a flashing lantern was installed flashing once-pause-4 times-pause three times-repeat.
Texting "143" to your kids gets a different response every time.
A sign of love to someone. ARM JJL
143=I love you