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The inverse function of yours truly.

"Mine truly" may refer directly to the person you are speaking to, or any other third party so long as the reference to said third party is clear and evident.

Although yours truly can casually address an acquaintance, "Mine truly" is, in most cases, used to address a loved one (usually a significant other).
Ex 1:

Friend: "Who are you taking to prom?"

You: "Mine truly. Who else?"

Ex 2:

You: "I love mine truly."

Significant other: "That's corny af. I'm breaking up with you."

You: D8<
by Definitely not Kevin M. A. April 26, 2011
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