Did you know?. Japan is damn cool.. Did you know that in Japan there are a ways t: say "I love you"? You say "Daisuki" for friends and guys you like, you say "
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Did you know?

Did you know that in Japan there are a ways t:
say "I love you"? You say "Daisuki" for friends
and guys you like, you say " ********* " for a
more serious relationship and you say
********** " to the person you want to spend
the rest of your life with. And they follow this
rule. That is one of the things I admire about
them. They didn' t make "I love you" lose its
meaning like us.
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User avatar #31 - mattucheese **User deleted account** (09/12/2011) [-]
but the question you ask your self is...

What is love?
User avatar #32 to #31 - blargmode ONLINE (09/12/2011) [-]
Baby don't hurt me
don't hurt me
no more
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#47 to #32 - toled **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
#54 - anon (09/12/2011) [-]
girl: daisuki!
guy: not sure if just got told by long lost love she likes me
or put in friend zone....
#34 - InspectorGadget (09/12/2011) [-]
I just Google translated お姉さまに恋してる to English (which is ********** in Japanese writing) and it came up as 'I love with our Sister' lolwat
#58 to #34 - kakariko (09/12/2011) [-]
This 恋してる= ********** .

What you wrote お姉さまに恋してる= o ane-sama ni ********** .

0.o
#33 - giadiovino (09/12/2011) [-]
Yeah but we have:
1. I Luv ya- what you say to friends and guys you like
2. I Love you- for a more serious relationship
3. I'm In love with you- to the person who you want to live the rest of your life with.
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#37 - imasexualpanther **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
#38 to #37 - anon (09/12/2011) [-]
He's referring to the English language.
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User avatar #95 - guitarheroadam (09/12/2011) [-]
I had the perfect girl, woman of my dreams, as a best friend. She would always tell me she loved me. Then I fell in love with her, so I started saying it too. When I tried to ask her out, she explained to me that I'll always be her best friend and that "I LOVE YOU" means something different in her mind.

It meant to me what it means to the rest of the world. Then she decided it would be cool to let me know that she had a "secret boyfriend"...my nemesis, the bane of my existence, Nega-me, the kid I hate more than anything.

She broke my heart, I contemplated suicide (again) for a while.

Don't say it if you don't mean it, and don't mean it if you don't say it. Let them know you love them, and that it's not an exaggeration, it's not "something different", it's not just another thing you tell all of your friends. Tell them you love them.
#115 to #95 - anon (09/30/2011) [-]
Yes. Love is best served when meant. I know your feels bro. I know your feels. I will help you hold these feels. I too have been lied to by the cold-hearted who do not know the true meaning of love.
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#103 to #96 - Doominabox (09/12/2011) [-]
actually i agree with him, you do sound like a bitch
#107 - TheGman (09/12/2011) [-]
I came here to laugh. Not to be saddened by this thing called "love" which i have lost.
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User avatar #55 - bkcrt (09/12/2011) [-]
The only people who misuse the word love are people who are yet to feel the real thing.
User avatar #53 - lean ONLINE (09/12/2011) [-]
I rove you 2
#48 - sinistercheese (09/12/2011) [-]
Did you know that in funnyjunk you're supposed to post funny content
User avatar #22 - joaomartins (09/12/2011) [-]
In portugal we have something like that

1) gosto de ti - to friends
2) adoro te - to family (close one)
3) eu amo te - to the person we love and we wan't to spent the rest of our life wiht her/him
User avatar #35 to #22 - squeemonster (09/12/2011) [-]
Was about to comment this about us portuguese but you beat me to it :P
And it's true except for the annoying pre-teen girls (as pitas) that go around saying "Amo-te M.A.!" (I love you bff) for no reason <.<
User avatar #112 to #35 - joaomartins (09/13/2011) [-]
Não se pode dizer que as pitas sejam pessoas , diga mos que são prototipos de pessoas
#113 to #112 - squeemonster (09/13/2011) [-]
Hahahah muito bom xD I liekz you
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#59 to #22 - AnonTheTerrible **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
User avatar #111 to #59 - joaomartins (09/13/2011) [-]
No , it's ok to do it , if I was you I will do it too
#6 - asesiel (09/12/2011) [-]
This gave me a feel.
#21 - varg (09/12/2011) [-]
we say 'jeg er glad i deg' for friends and family, and 'jeg elsker deg' for really close persons or the one you love. norway, ofc.
#17 - icanthumbnow (09/12/2011) [-]
i dont care if it wasnt funny

it gave me a feel

dot jpg
#11 - sidheim (09/12/2011) [-]
**sidheim rolls 541** I ********* you, OP. Now drop your ******* pants.
#43 to #11 - anon (09/12/2011) [-]
dumb dildo, " ********* " is "i love you'
you basically said "i i love you you"
#51 to #43 - sidheim (09/12/2011) [-]
Nobody likes a smartass :(.
#84 - hawaiianhappysauce (09/12/2011) [-]
yes and this gives love &quot;meaning&quot;
yes and this gives love "meaning"
User avatar #71 - cavemanpedro (09/12/2011) [-]
********** means back to the kitchen?
#90 - drfaust (09/12/2011) [-]
look up the 4 greek loves- s'ayapo, philia, eros,and storye.
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