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User avatar #267 - iloveuallsrsly
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(05/15/2012) [-]
It's weird. The germans usually never say "I love you" to people. Not even to their parents.
The same with the japanese.
Must be because they both have so serious cultures
#279 to #267 - thesentinel
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(05/15/2012) [-]
Pick one.
User avatar #281 to #279 - iloveuallsrsly
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(05/15/2012) [-]
Though all the weird **** comes from there, japanese are very serious people
#272 to #267 - milson
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(05/15/2012) [-]
we do say 'ich liebe dich' but we only say it to persons we feel seaxually attracted to or have very strong serious feelings for
to our parents or maybe friends we say 'ich hab dich lieb', you can't translate that directly, i would also translate that with 'i love you' but it has another value
User avatar #273 to #272 - iloveuallsrsly
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(05/15/2012) [-]
I heard it's not only sexually attraction. It's just a very strong word you direct at someone you really really love.


I lol'd at the german guy's reaction when he thinks about telling his parents that he loves them
#274 to #273 - milson
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(05/15/2012) [-]
i lol'd at his reaction when the girl on the phone said 'love ya'
i can understand him, that's totally weird for a german

your name fits perfectly to this wohle dicsussion
User avatar #275 to #274 - iloveuallsrsly
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(05/15/2012) [-]
lol coincidence