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    Is there a right time to first say it? TV says that it's something you have to save until a huge climactic moment in a perfect situation. But if I hold off on saying it, does that reflect a lack of commitment on my part?

    Because to be honest, I feel like I want to say it. I just don't know when.
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    Just say it when you feel it. TV is not real life.
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    As above ^ my boyfriend said it to me in a middle of a crowded bar, after a couple of months. Just turned around and said it I've had other boyfriends try and make it sickeningly romantic but it feels much more special when you can tell they just had to get it out. He admitted after he needed some dutch courage - I'm the first girl he's ever said it to lol.
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    say it then, if you want to.
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    (Original post by death.drop)
    Just say it when you feel it. TV is not real life.
    :ditto: This
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    Just say it, life's too short ;D
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    I say it for the love of it...

    Mainily in a sarcastic manor
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Is there a right time to first say it? TV says that it's something you have to save until a huge climactic moment in a perfect situation. But if I hold off on saying it, does that reflect a lack of commitment on my part?

    Because to be honest, I feel like I want to say it. I just don't know when.
    lol, do you everything the TV tells you to do?
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    Now is a pretty good time
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    no, of course u dont have to wait for a perfect moment to say it.say it when u feel it ,and wont make it awkward
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Is there a right time to first say it? TV says that it's something you have to save until a huge climactic moment in a perfect situation. But if I hold off on saying it, does that reflect a lack of commitment on my part?

    Because to be honest, I feel like I want to say it. I just don't know when.
    Do it when you feel like it, and if not, do it when you feel like it would most be appreciated by whom you're saying it to.
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    Whenever you mean it and want to say it, I guess
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    My boyfriend said it to me lying together on a lawn outside a party, looking up at the stars. Was very romantic.

    But I don't believe it has to be that way, say it when it feels right!
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    During sex?
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    Do it when it means something. Spitting it out over the self-service at Tesco isn't going to impress anybody.

    No need to cinematic moments but just a nice moment between you two.

    And for the love of God do it at a reasonable stage in the relationship. Eight weeks doesn't count.
 
 
 
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