Me and my girlfriend of 3 months recently got into our first fight, she got all emotional and send me a video message saying that she's in love with me. First time she'd ever said that was through a video message, do I have to say it back now? I acted like she never even said it cause I rather talk about it in person.
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Most Helpful Girl
Dem be big words, boy. Dynamite.
Dynamite blows shit up. If you use dynamite when you MEAN to use dynamite, you can build roads and tunnels and mountain passes and shit. If you use dynamite anywhere else, you just create pointless widespread destruction.
You see where I goes, with this.
DO NOT say words like that, unless you mean them.
Think of it like one of those stupid payday loans. You borrow $300 now, you'll owe $1000 in a month.
That what you want?
Didn't think so.
It's an emotional payday loan.
You say "I love you" when you don't mean it, you may think you're buying yr way out of some kind of drama... But, boy, just you wait until you see the kind of delayed, high-interest drama yr buying yr way INTO.
Most Helpful Guy
You should never say "I love you" unless you feel that in your heart. If you say it and don't mean it, then at best, you are not being sincere and, at worst, you are a liar.
I recently told my girlfriend of 8 months that I love her. I knew that she would not say it back to me. I didn't say it because I needed her to parrot it back to me. I said it because I wanted to express what was in my heart.
When I said it, she responded, "I don't know what to say."
I replied, "Tell me that I am not an old fool for falling in love with you."
She said, "You are not an old fool and I feel very flattered by you saying that."
If and when she tells me that she loves me, I will know that she is saying it because she feels it in her heart and not because she feels pressured to respond.