"Goodnight, I love you" will you still say this to your partner?

@mobhomeir (7565)
Philippines
July 18, 2009 7:40am CST
"Goodnight, I love you" can still say this to your partner before finally fall asleep? I guess some are not, how about you and your partner?
7 responses
@jaiho2009 (38989)
• Philippines
18 Jul 09
Till this day im still uttering these lines...to my kids But with my partner ?....it's been too long since i can ever remember
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@mobhomeir (7565)
• Philippines
19 Jul 09
ohhhhhhh how sad was that! Why say this first to your husband so he can remember and make it always every night before falling asleep...he he he Good luck my friend..
@jaiho2009 (38989)
• Philippines
20 Jul 09
Thanks for the mark my friend But with your advice,how can i ever say it to him when he is saying it with another partner in bed (bwuhuhuhuhuhu)
@zhuhuifen46 (3485)
• China
19 Jul 09
I do not, but we teach kids expressions such as good morning, good night, and my grandson does execute well when visiting us at weekends. We want to bring about good manners. Things like stop at red light, and open the door for seniors are so natural for them. They need be instilled from childhood.
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@mobhomeir (7565)
• Philippines
19 Jul 09
Well it's good at least you teach your children good manners..I appreciate it...Thanks for responding...
• India
18 Jul 09
I had one friend.. and i use to call.. i love you and good night before fall asleep.. and we use to sleep while taking on phone only.. many times we say.. but now i am not taliking to her and same there.. So now i am telling.. that line.. But i will say.. everyday.. if i get new girl friend.. lol..
@mobhomeir (7565)
• Philippines
19 Jul 09
Well, good luck for your searching then.....and good night...Thanks for responding...
@colydf (913)
• China
18 Jul 09
Yes, you are true. In the beginning, we will say some sweet words like this, however, with time goes by, the enthusiasm die away, or not as strong as in the beginning. Things will change. Maybe changing to some more durable feelings. But I think people who can insist saying these words are really great.
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@mobhomeir (7565)
• Philippines
19 Jul 09
Yes you're right, but why not revive it....do it first so that your partner could remember that you love him so much..Good luck..
• Italy
18 Jul 09
oooh yeah, about averynight *_* when we don't tell something like that it means something is happened and we don't want to talk T_T so sad T_T
@mobhomeir (7565)
• Philippines
19 Jul 09
Yes at it means you're at war...it's okay as long as not often times...Thanks for responding..
@tatiana07 (498)
• Philippines
18 Jul 09
that's part of our everyday life..i always say that words with my husband.i can't sleep if there's no uttering of those words..saying "goodnight, i love you" before fall asleep makes my husband smile and according to him it brings him to have a nice and sweet dreams.hmm so sweet! happy mylotting!
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@mobhomeir (7565)
• Philippines
19 Jul 09
How sweet really! I like it and appreciate it...keep it up...guys...Good night..
@cmnavarro (251)
• Philippines
18 Jul 09
hihi yes, we still do. hihi mushy *_* and i am willing to say that over and over, there's nothing wrong with saying i love you. hihi
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@mobhomeir (7565)
• Philippines
19 Jul 09
Yes of course..that's one of so many spices in our married lives...I appreciate it..keep it up..Good night..