Εγγραφή Greek
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1.
Statement used to express regret and or fear about the current situation of an amorous or once amorous relationship. It generally means that the person who is expressing himself/herself has a deep emotional bond with their current mate, but that bond is possibly/probably not strong enough to merit a lifetime, or long-term commitment. Usually, there is either some dissatisfaction, disappointment, or confusion on the part of the person using this statement.
Example (interchangeable):

Woman: Why can't we be together?
Man: I love you, but I'm not in love with you.
Woman: What does that mean?
Man: It means that I need something in my life that being with you is just not able to provide. If you need anything, I'm there, but we aren't working.
από TEX37 11 Οκτώβριος 2009
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Words related to I love you, but I'm not in love with you.:

fear hate love mistrust pain
 
2.
A scape goat for women who don't have the ovaries to say I'm not interested in pursuing a relationship with you.
"I Love You, But I'm Not IN Love With You"

"What does that even mean?"

"Let's just be friends"

"What, why?"

"I like you like a brother"

"Jesus F***ing Christ"
από TangoTangoSierra 22 Ιανουάριος 2012
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