which is terrible, but I always feel bad... not saying it back.
Most Helpful Girl
I told my ex that I was seeing for three months and spending almost every night with that I was in love with her and she broke up with me because of it. Well she didn't even realize that it was a relationship. She just told me she was confused and wasn't sure how she felt and I started to cry. She said "I'm not good at this" and got up and left me there and then ghosted me for a month before finally writing me an email that basically said that since I was the first girl she was with and she felt safe with me and had fun with me but still wasn't sure about her sexual orientation. So ya I fell for and said I love you to someone who most likely wasn't actually sexually or romantically attracted to my gender. I'd been hurt before so it was a really hard thing for me to open up and tell her and I'd honestly thought based on our chemistry and how happy we seemed to be together that she would feel the same way and I was clearly way off.1
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Most Helpful Guy
Jerry: No I?
George: No I!
Jerry: So she just says "Love you"?
Jerry: That's odd. Well, have you asked her about it?
George: Are you serious?
Jerry brushes it off with a shrug and smirk before sliding over after noticing Elaine walking in
Elaine: What's up?
Jerry motions to George
George: Lana won't say "I love you", she only says "love you".
Elaine: Have you asked her about it?
George just stares at Elaine
Elaine: Oh... Right. Anyways, I don't see what the big deal is.
Jerry: You don't see what the big deal is?
Elaine: I don't. She's saying it, so what if there isn't an I or not.
Jerry: It's more personable with the I. When a woman says "I love you", you know she's saying it to you. What if she says "love you" when in a group of people? Is she saying it to everyone?