Is there a diffrence

United States
April 20, 2008 8:04pm CST
okay do you think there is a difference when you say "I Love You" & "Love You"...to me no i dnt think there is a difference at all
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8 responses
@ozzeth (942)
• Philippines
21 Apr 08
lol! It's no difference dear..hehehe. You know people like making shortcuts. It just the same..
• United States
21 Apr 08
lol okay thank you
@ozzeth (942)
• Philippines
21 Apr 08
lol
@busta1 (1029)
• United States
21 Apr 08
yes there is a bigggggggggggg difference there is a ( I ) in front of one lol duh lol.. love you
@ozzeth (942)
• Philippines
21 Apr 08
Well, yeah you have the point! hehehe. oh my i forgot the "I"....well, well, well..:D
@Hatley (164232)
• Garden Grove, California
22 Apr 08
I think its all in the way it is said. LOve you can be just as good when said with real passion or love you can sound really phoney if the speaker is just throwing words around. Ilove you said by one woman to another can simply mean I appreciate something you did for me but I love you said by your hubby could mean just what you think it means. It is the tone and sincerity in the voice that lets you know which is which.
@agfarm (930)
• United States
22 Apr 08
Absolutely....... As I have heard this statement in the past ....I think it goes something like this..... a weak person says " I love you" because I need you ( whether it's for monetary gain , or what have you ) A strong person says " I need you " , because they really do Love you with all of their heart, and their love is unconditional with out stipulations put on it. I am a strong person , Because I DEMAND above all else Honesty , Loyalty , and Respect as I will return it....threefold.
@dhangski (3194)
• Philippines
22 Apr 08
Hi, I think there is no difference. It depends on how you would say it.
@teka44 (3423)
• Brazil
21 Apr 08
Hi bustababy. I don't see a difference at all. Maybe "I love you" is more warm, more personal. Well, the thing realy important is FELL LOVE it does not matter how you say that lol.
@emma412 (1156)
• United States
21 Apr 08
Like a few others, I think there is a difference. I think "love you" is more informal and doesn't mean that you truley love someone. "I love you" I think means more and means that you do love the person. I say "I love you" to my family because I feel it shows that I mean it more. My friends I say "love you" to.
@twenty1 (25)
• United States
21 Apr 08
Yes, I think there is a difference between "I Love You" and "Love You", depending on who you are saying it to. I know when I say "I love you" it is usually to a family member, but I will not say it to my boyfriend until I feel like the relationship is getting serious. So instead I say "Love you" to let him know that yes I do love him, but not in a serious relationship way. That is the way I see it!