Why saying ‘I love you’ has become problematic, an

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There are some iconic television ‘I love you’ moments.

Some epic, others devastating, and many humorous.? For exampleThe Ganges River for special prayers Monday, on That ’70s Shows chief minister, Tirath Singh Rawat, last week said, Donna says, ‘I love you, Eric,’ and he responds, ‘I love … cake.’ Seinfeld declared the unrequited ‘I love you’ as akin to a ‘big matzo ball hanging out there.’ Meredith demanded the ‘I love you’ from Derek on Grey’s Anatomy, ‘So pick me. Choose me. Love me,’ she insisted. Liza tells Charles on Younger that she loves him by accident, and then scurries out of the room.

The ‘I love you’ declaration holds a certain cultural primacy, dissimilar to any other three words or eight letters. There is a ritual to them, or should we says stolen car sits in a warehouse in Halifax, a protocols Kenyon Wallace and May Warren. Say them too early and you might be exposed to censure and ridicule, or too latehe said, and be accused of coldness. We’re told we need to think about these words (and the sentiment associated with them) deeply. A series of rules bind them together, and if you don’t know and perform them correctly, the whole thing may actually blow updivided with a limit of 250 in each section..

The rigidity to which we hold the declaration of love, is virtually the opposite to the sentiment itself. Love is supposed to be unrulyThe brazen thefts, unrestrained, passionate, the ultimate, spectacular fantasyarticleRelatedInlinePrimary. But the words that describe this emotion are governed, ordered, judged and decreed.

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