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if you've been together for 6 months already, it's not awkward at all, just funny.

Ok, can you not tell the difference between lovingly saying "I've never felt this way before", and someone saying it while hissing through the pain? Second, 6 months is NOT slow, lol. It all depends on the person. It took me at least 6 months to say it to my boyfriend, and he still doesn't say it. I actually prefer he doesn't until he's ready. There's no need to rush into "I love you"s. Third, when you say "I love you," you shouldn't be saying it with the assumption that it's going to be returned. People don't have to have the same emotions at the same time. People develop emotions at their own pace. I'd prefer someone actually mean it instead of pretending to do so because it's what's expected of them.


Ahhahahah.. that really sucks :D

sucks fer u……too jumpy…lols

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no sucks for her.

if you've been together for 6 months already, it's not awkward at all, just funny.

Damn those cramps

haha... awkward!

well at least it's out in the open now eh?

Looks like someone's not getting any nookie tonight.

this is a fml??

hahaha, you love her cramps

I've heard that every time there's an awkward silence, at least one person there is thinking about Abraham Lincoln.

Now I'm going to be that person.

yeah seriously. Im always gonna think that now.

6 months without an "I love you"? is that normal, cos that sounds sloooooow to me.

Depends on the relationship. My boyfriend and I actually made a point of waiting until 6 months because after several rounds of saying "I love you" 2 months in and then having the relationship fall flat shortly after, you start thinking more carefully about how sincere that "I love you" really is.

It doesn't really change whether or not you feel it just because you wait to say it. I see your logic, but I believe if that is how you truly feel, then you should say it.