I (just say I) love you (because I have to)…

The phrase, “I love you,” is often overused, yet holds many (often unspoken) meanings. Here are a few examples, with the true meaning inserted parenthetically:

I (don’t really) love you.

I (try to) love you.

I love you (the best way I know how to).

I (have never really) love(ed) you.

I (must learn to) love (myself before I can really love) you.

I love you (when it suits me).

I love you (more than you could ever know).

I (think I) love you.

I (would love to believe I) love you.

I love you (for your looks).

I love you (for your money).

I love you (for you).

I love you (out of desperation).

I (really do) love you.

I (am not sure I know how to) love you.

I love (me more than) you.

I love you (more than me).

I love you(?).

I (can’t) love you.

I (am just saying I) love you (because I have to).

I (really do) love you (more than these three words could ever show).

I (just try to show you how much I) love you (though I rarely say it).

I love you(!).

I love you.

 

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