Some B.S boys say in order to make a girl feel special but not too special. They say it so you know they aren't too serious. It's another way to say love you but they are too scared to say it in case you take it the wrong way. I would kill my boyfriend if he said that to me. Man up and say love you. It's not that hard if the girl knows it's not in that way.
Josh: "goodnight babe, love ya"
Rebecca: " love you"
Josh: "yikes"

Rebecca: " bye"
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You tell a girl I love you

She says love ya
She thinks you a disgusting piece of shit and only wants your money
I love you. She says I love ya after taking your money
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A phrase used to say I love you to a certain level. The phrase I love ya used for a Ex boyfriend/girlfriend or just a friend in general showing you care for the person but not as deep as you would your lover
“ hey girl I love ya, but we are better off friends”.

“ you have been my friend for many years, and we have been through a lot together I’m glad your still here with me love ya”.
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A girl says this to you when you tell her you love her she thinks your a disgusting piece of shit and only wants your money
I love you. Love ya
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A phrase used mostly by guys, who don't want to commit to true love. Ya is used instead of YOU, to make clear it is not for "real".
It really means: "I like you", nothing more, nothing less.
Nowadays often used in txt messages or in emails, or an evening hanging out. So ladies and girls beware...
to close off a txt message or an email:
"we'll talk later, okay? love ya"
"let me know when we can meet again. love ya lots"
or after an evening out.
"Had a lot of fun hanging out with you. Love Ya".

by shaneeq June 22, 2006
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The phrase your girlfriend/boyfriend says to you after you break up but still want to be "just friends." In other words, they're just saying it because they have to. They don't really still love you. They replace the "you" with "ya" to make it casual, and not serious. It makes things awkward - especially if one of you guys still likes eachother but you realize this whole "unserious" thing.

Relationships suck.
Example of not understanding casualness:
JAKE: Even though we broke up, I still wanna be friends. Cool?
JANE: (still likes Jake) Oh yeah, that sounds great!
JAKE: Yeah. Well I gotta go call Miranda. Love ya!
JANE: Oh, I love you too, Jake.

Example of actually having common sense:
JAKE: Even though we broke up, I still wanna be friends. Cool?
JANE: (still likes Jake) Oh yeah, that sounds great!
JAKE: Yeah. Well I gotta go call Miranda. Love ya!
JANE: Oh, you too. I gotta go call Mike...and Ryan.;)
by RobotNinjaYo February 09, 2009
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within certain circles of middle school girls and older homosexual males, this is the throw-off, insincere closing to a superficial conversation. anyone with an ounce of sense realizes that it means nothing, as anyone who says "love ya" and means it - only "love YOU" means anything.
Caitlyn: Thanks so much for buying me this Prada purse! It goes great with my Fendi glasses.
Bridgette: Oh, you're totally welcome. Talk to you later! Love ya, mean it!
by Twelve year-old girl May 18, 2004
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