Discussion in 'Free Thoughts' started by TheCareTaker, May 6, 2010.
Do we say "love" because we mean it or just because we want to get something.
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If I say I love icecream then I'm probably already eating icecream ( which I am) or wanting to eat icecream.
Btw, I had a dream about burritos and how they added meatpowder in the mix.
but, I mean with a relationship or a girl....and I perfer nachos
I notice this alot in my school. Two people will be going out and they say "I love you" as though it's nothing. Some of them use it as it should be, to show extreme affection. But most just say it and don't even truly know what love is.
I think love is quite overused and I've only used the word love in one relationship, have never used it for anyone else.
Its just a word,it is used just much as 'hate', word 'love' depending the mood,people,and generally situations etc can mean smth different,,there is nothing wrong with it,u just watch too many movies and take their crappology too seriously.
Its always been overused
I have the urge to go vomit in someone's face and blind them. No one in particular though, I just feel shitty and aggressive.
i kno i kno,same,join the club and share your pain.
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