There's a guy I've been talking to for a couple weeks, and he thinks he's falling in love with me, but I know it's way too soon since we haven't even been together in person yet. Tonight he said "love ya" before he signed off Skype. Does "love ya" have a more casual meaning, or is he just wording it that way so I can't blame him for saying the actual words "I love you"?
Do guys mean different things when saying "love ya" or "I love you"?
I think they mean the same thing. I used to think about this too because I would say and text "I love you" to my boyfriend and he would say "Love you too". Lol. I would be like where is the "I"? Now, I know the LOVE part is what's important. Honestly, I think you should take it slow though, since its only been a few weeks. Good luck! ^_^
I love you is deeper, and can't be mistaken for a thought.
I believe you can be interested into someone online, you can like or love the idea of talking with them but you can't love someone online because online I can who ever I want to be! I can be superman. Love ya is just a way to reinforce their confidence with them selves that they know what they're doing!. That's my points of thoughts anyway.
they are different. Love ya means he loves you as a friend. But if he told you that he might be falling in love with you, then it means that he wants to say I love you but doesn't know if you'll respond positively to it so he's just saying it in a casual platonic manner right now to see if you'll reciprocate