I Love You Does anyone else here think that these three words have WAY too much meaning to them. I say them to my friends. Why? Because I love them. I care deeply for all of my close friends. I say those words to my girlfriend, because, once again, I care deeply about her. Soceity puts way too much value on that phrase. In our culture, saying that phrase to a partner means, in general, that you are really commited to that person and you'd do anything for that person. Why can't loving someone be a friendly feeling as much as it can be a romantic one? Why is it this big thing when a partner tells the other that they love he/she? I'll expand more when I see what thers have to say, since I think right now I'm working myself in circles. There was no reason for this near-rant, just a spontanious thought.