What does it mean when a guy says "I love you" to a female friend, instead of "love ya"?
The person who says it usually just writes to me in text talk, except at the end of our conversations, and when I end the conversation by saying "luv u" or something similar, he says "I love you" back, spelled out completely. Does this mean anything, or am I looking into it too much?
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What Guys Said 3
well I would right love you if I didn't really mean
but I love you, well that's serious
but it depends
sumbody who usually spells things with 3s instead of Es
and l8ter, h8, cya, would probably spell it like love ya
and sumone like me who spells things out would only use
"i love you" if I had feelings for a girl
What Girls Said 2
Couldn't have said it better than TheGoodTheBadTheHOT. When I'm texting someone and tell them I love them, I spell it out, "I love you" because I type out everything else that I say. I also don't like the sound of "love YA". I might say it that way verbally sometimes [usually in mockery], but I don't like writing or texting it that way. It feels insincere to me and I don't like the stigmas attached to it. I don't use too many abbreviations either because that's just not my style. So if his style is to spell everything out, you're probably looking too far into it. That's just how someone like that texts. If he uses a lot of common text-speak, but spells out that one thing, it might be worth looking into because it was obviously a conscious decision on his part to spell it out on purpose.