A reference to famous Youtube That Poppy "I Have You" video.
Often used by friends as a non-gay and non-weird way to say I love you.
Like bubscribe and I have you
by emma1488 February 25, 2017
The love I have for you is unexplainable it's like a fire roaring in my soul that I can not control. The love I have for you is unconditional in my every waking moment I dedicat to you because my love for you is forever and never ending from the day I meet you til the day I die the love I have for you will never die. To my Snowflake
by gri-zzy December 17, 2017
when someone says they "have feelings for you", it usually means they are attracted to you and they want to date you.

however, this is not always the case. when you're in a friends with benefits relationship, it's very likely that one or both of the participants have feelings for each other (or like each other). However, usually friends with benefits ARE friends with benefits because they don't want the pressure of being in a relationship.

when it is established that the friends with benefits have feelings for each other, things are kinda taken to the next level, and they sort of date without really dating (as in, they don't change their relationship status on facebook). So they mess around like old times, except now it's more passionate.
scenario one:

guy- i have feelings for you
girl- i have feelings for you too! let's date

they live happily ever after

scenario two:

guy with benefits- you aren't just a booty call anymore... i have feelings for you
girl with benefits- i have feelings for you too! let's bang.

they have beautiful sex
by hostilekid June 1, 2010
A spouse telling there partner they have an official marriage certificate with there name on it. Also by saying this they are telling the other who's the boss in a joking manor.
Don't forget dear I have papers on you.
by Septdee June 23, 2018
Quoted from Milton Waddams in Office Space.

Now seen (and parodied heavily) by the site that gave you You're The Man Now Dog
I believe you have my stapler?
by Mister Ignorant June 18, 2004
The most famous line from the 1999 hit "Office Space" starring Ron Livingston and directed by Mike Judge. Milton Waddams utters the phrase right after Bill Lumbergh takes his stapler from his desk. The phrase has become a hit amongst internet pop culture.
I believe you have my stapler
by Yeggi May 30, 2006
The scene in movies and tv shows when one person is about to tell another person something, but the other person interrupts and says something that convinces the first person not to say anything. The other person usually finds out the truth anyway. This scene is being over used in tv shows and chick flicks
The classic "I have to tell you something" moment

Girl: (thinking) I don't want to go out with this guy, he's weird! I'm gonna break up with him.

Guy:hey how are you?

Girl:I have to tell you something.

Guy:me too... My aunt just died after a long, painful battle with cancer and her dying wish was for me to give you her priceless diamond ring. So what were you gonna tell me?

Girl:Uhhh... (in fake voice) I just wanted to say I'm so excited were going out yaayyy...
by afroman473 July 23, 2009