the British pronunciation of the word life
All my loive, I have been looking for love.
Loive is a nebulous word. It's a rather interesting cross between like and love, and was created because of the large gap between like and love. After all, quite a few relationships develop slowly, and once one surpasses the realm of like, it is naturally inhibitory to continue to use the same word to describe a deeper feeling.more...
Take, for example, the word "thanks." If your best friend gave you a card for your birthday, you'd most likely say "thanks." However, if a complete stranger volunteered to donate a kidney so that you could live properly without a dialysis machine and did not expect any remuneration, "thanks" would be quite inappropriate.
Loive is similarly oriented with "like" and "love." When a relationship has progressed beyond merely "like," yet has not reached the comfortably stable level of "love," "loive" serves as a safe and appropriate alternative. Many people are hesitant to use "love" in a casual setting, simply because it has so many deep and serious connotations. True, someone may say "I love you," but h...