Is there a difference between saying love you and I love you?

  • Yes
    71% (10)50% (6)62% (16)Vote
  • No
    29% (4)50% (6)38% (10)Vote
And you are? I'm a GirlI'm a Guy

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Most Helpful Guy

  • The difference lies in how much you're over thinking it.

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Most Helpful Girl

  • Yes love you is something that you say to someone when you're in a rush, something you don't really mean deeply, or something you say to your friends where as I love you is more meaningful and what you say to your family, S/O, or a friend you're really really close to.

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What Guys Said 5

  • I think the I version is for your life partner where the other is more for friends or family

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  • "I Love you" are 3 of the simplest yet strongest words when put together. Saying "love you" is casual, something you may say to a good friend or if you're rushing out a door or something.

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  • Yes, a condom.

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  • That 'I' though..

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  • " I " is understood in "love you" I think both are same,

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What Girls Said 2

  • The only difference is formality, but they hold the same depth of meaning.

    "love you" for non-serious conversations and situations.
    "I love you" for serious conversation and situations.

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  • yes there is.

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