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By 86145 - / Monday 16 August 2010 05:03 / United States
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By  Quest_  |  13

So your boyfriend's language of affection isn't necessarily conventional, if you know he loves you and you are both happy together then this is really no big deal.

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  FFML_314  |  11

I'm really doubting that your boyfriend has never said, "you're pretty/beautiful/gorgeous/cute" or some from of physical compliment. I'm sure he's told you that you're smart or funny. Not all guys are going to quote verses from Shakespeare.

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  skroal  |  7

YDI for you and your friends sharing sweet things your boyfriends had shared with you. After hearing "he says I look pretty without makeup" or "he promises we'll get married one day", you realized that the only compliment he's given you is that your laughter "sounds like a squirrel having a seizure."

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  Reyo  |  2

If you want compliments, try complementing him first. Don't flatout say "You never compliment me". That sounds like you're fishing for compliments...because it is fishing for compliments. If after a month of complimenting him you still get nothng, I can understand breaking up with him. But not untill then.

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  Haha_no_123  |  11

I agree with your comment above. "Hahaha" is a perfect way to capture this FML (I'm serious) And for you OP it depends the way he said it. If he says it like a snobby little b*tch then why are you with him? But if he said it while laughing with you or with a smile on his face/said it in a joking, nice way then He is a keeper

By  Quest_  |  13

So your boyfriend's language of affection isn't necessarily conventional, if you know he loves you and you are both happy together then this is really no big deal.

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