|1.||I Love You, But|
The phrase someone close to you says before they point out a flaw, something you did or are currently doing wrong, a mistake you made, something embarrassing, or something just flat out mean. This phrase is mostly used by parents and spouses, not so much by close friends and non-immediate family members.
Mom: Jerry, you know I love you, but you did a really shitty job at sweeping the kitchen floor.
Jerry: Ugh you always say that before you yell at me for something stupid.
Dad: Allan, you know I love you, but that haircut you got today makes you look very homosexual.
Allan: Wow thanks.
|2.||I Love You, But I'm Not IN Love With You|
A scape goat for women who don't have the ovaries to say I'm not interested in pursuing a relationship with you.
"I Love You, But I'm Not IN Love With You"
"What does that even mean?"
"Let's just be friends"
"I like you like a brother"
"Jesus F***ing Christ"
|3.||Involuntary "I Love You"|
Same principle as the Involuntary "You Too", this is when out of habit you say I love you as you hang up the phone. This causes great embarrassment, but it happens to everyone sometimes.
Perfect example of the Involuntary "I Love You"
Boss: Ok well good work Cindy. I'll see you at the meeting this afternoon.
Cindy: Ok Mr. Smith. Love you, bye.
|4.||"I love you" texting|
Created by MLIAers (Mylifeisaverage.com), the "I love you" texting fad swept across the nation. With people texting random numbers saying, "I love you," MLIA became a love-spreading mini-phenomenon. And although the MLIAers were sending out a kind message, a lot of receivers complained and threatened to call the authorities. With the creators of MLIA getting email after email of complaints of the site users sending anonymous texts, this fun hobby became a big problem. Eventually, Mylifeisaverage.com created a page about the dangers of texting people you don't know, and soon after that, the "I love you" texts decreased significantly.
But although the texting has subsided, a simple "I love you" is known throughout the world by the users of MLIA.
Person One: "Have you heard about the '"I love you" texting? Supposedly a bunch of people are sending out random texts telling people they love them."
Person Two: "Man, I want an 'I love you' text."
Person Three: "I love you!"
Person Four: "My life is average."
I love you but I'm not IN love with you
can be said as one word ilybinilwy (e-lee-bin-nil-wee)
two best friends--
1st person: I love you
2n person: I love you too
1st person: EW!
2nd person: what?
1st person: ilybinilwy
2nd person: ...
1st person: I love you but I'm not IN love
2nd person: meanie :(
|6.||I Love You|
Is there an absolute meaning to the words 'I Love You?' Or is it purely subjective? The concept of true love is what we search for all our lives. Yet love is one of the most misunderstood concepts of all. What people really want more than anything else is to be loved unconditionally; to be accepted for who we are, and still be loved. Sometimes we will do some crazy things, in the name of love. Love is actually the choice one makes to put someone's wishes, desires and needs above our own.more...
If a guy says these three simple words to a girl and means it, then every second he spends with her, every time he hears her voice, every kiss, every laugh, every joke, every argument- is the best moment of his life. When you really mean it, you'll never get tired of saying or hearing these words. When you're in love, you'd rather hear the other person's voice than sleep. You care more about them than you care about yourself. You'll never let the other say they love you more. You could go on and on trying to define your feelings for that person but you'll never find words to accurately explain.
I can easily define these words because I know from personal experience. I'm in love and I don't care who knows it. I love you Drew.
|7.||i hate you|
Honestly? When dealing with females, the term "I hate you", can alot of the time mean "I Love You". Sounds complicated, but who said love was simple???
Dick: I'm sorry baby! I swear! I love you!
Jane: I hate you!( Thinking to herself, god I love this man.)