Does a girl mean it when she says: 'I've loved you.'?


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Most Helpful Girl

  • Like in the past tense? Probably, but I'm not sure what kind of a situation would make it necessary to say...

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    • This is written in category: break-up and divorce. What other situation could it be I'm now thinking 😂

    • Yes but why would you say it to your previous partner? To make him feel guilty? I don't get it.

Most Helpful Guy

  • Love is the most misused and overused word there is as in "I love you," I love you but I am NOT in love with you," "I once loved you but I fell out of love with you" or "I used to love you."

    I struggle to believe any female that brings up the L word.

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What Girls Said 1

  • Depends on the context. Could mean I've loved you for so long, or I used to love you, but not anymore.

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What Guys Said 2

  • The past tense would mean it's over now.

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  • No, but the truth cannot be accepted by many men, and most women deny it.

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