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How does it feel to be told, 'I love you'?


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It makes me smile and feel giddy... On a more primal level it makes my pulse quicken & my core clench
It helps refill my emotional bank account. It's not EVERYTHING and doesn't solve everything - actions speak louder than words.
Male, >50 years, Dating, GA, US | Mar 25, 2014

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Like a warm blanket on a cold rainy day.


it feels wonderful. no matter what mood we are in saying those three words is like a calming force bigger than us both.


Really? That is sweet. I love to hear it too!


Spectacular!


Appreciated and cherished. I never take it for granted and love hearing it.


So good It's like my heart swells up


I haven't heard it in the longest time.. miss u schnooks


When it's said with tenderness and a loving look in your eye, it is my favorite sentence of all time. It's less the words though and more the body language that goes along with it.


Sooooo good that I sometimes say it just to hear you say it back:)


Like I'm the only one who matters.


It is the very best thing in the entire world. To be told 'I love you' by somebody you love back... there are no words to describe the feeling.


Like peanut butter on my lips or lollipops in my ass.


It's one of the best feelings in the world


It feels absolutely amazing, there's nothin in this earth that comes close to even giving me that special feeling of joy than to hear you tell me that you love me.



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