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Nice to e-meet you! That's internet for Hello. And that's also about as far as I got in planning what to say in this thing...but as a lover of spontaneity and the inability to edit my own words because that would mean actually having an awareness as to the nothingingness that I am about to ramble on about for far too long...I'm just going to go ahead and keep typing. Apparently...

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When the person you love decides to take a leap of faith and fulfill all of your romantic hopes that you had started to believe only happened in films, by telling you those three small, but much anticipated words: "I love you" really shouldn't respond with "Oh my gosh, don't say that!"

Thank you for loving me despite my inability to ever say the right thing.

6 Responses so far.

  1. Well...maybe the other person is scared because your feelings are so deep? It happened to me a couple of times and I felt the same way I think you're feeling now :(

  2. Andy says:

    I don't think that is what she meant Ella! Haha. xx

  3. I know it's not you silly! Me not upidstay :)

  4. Anonymous says:

    Actually, I did exactly that when my husband said "I love you" for the first time. In fact, I think I stopped talking to him for awhile because I threw a tantrum and screamed "Why would you say that? Now you've ruined EVERYTHING!"

  5. I'm more likely to freeze up completely and not saying anything, than I am to blurt something out.

    Thank baby Jesus for the people that love us anyways, huh? :)


  6. Anonymous says:

    This girl my ex used to date (before me) said the "I love you" and he, ever so politely, said; "thank you".

    It could be worse.

    You could say nothing at all. Which is what I do.

    Also? He knows.

    p.s: I love you.

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