Love ya VS. I love you... do they mean different things coming from a guy?
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... Show More
Most Helpful Opinion
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! ^_^
What Guys Said 4
It's so hard to know when it's done over text, because tone of voice plays such an important role in this.
I do think that "love ya" is more casual than "I love you", but even then "I love you" doesn't necessarily mean "falling in love".
Ahhh, the complexities of written communication...
"Love ya" is more casual and keeps her from thinking you have deep feelings for her.
It's a soft way of saying he loves you. If I Love You were an adult with a career, love ya is someone in college still finding themselves.
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.
What Girls Said 4
I love you is more meaningful than love ya, I mean he didn't even write out "you" he wrote "ya"
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
Love ya is more casual but I love you is more meaningful