When you say "I love you" you're probably hoping to hear back "I love you too," no?

You are probably not hoping to hear back "thanks." Or, "I know." Or anything else like that.

But what if you heard back something even less appropriate? Something like, "BOOM BABY!"

How would you feel then?


u/comicshoarder asked:

What is the most inappropriate reply to "I love you"?

Here were some of those answers.


A Letter Of Acceptance

Dear Applicant,

We appreciate the time you've taken to apply for this position. However, after reviewing your qualifications, we believe there are other candidates whose qualifications more closely match those desired for this position. We wish you all the best in your continued search and hope you consider applying for future positions with this organization.

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Yikes On Down The Road

My last ex replied with, "I don't think this is working for me anymore", so that's pretty much it for me.

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To be honest in the long run thats a better answer than lying about it and then cheat on you or worse, wait until you are married and have children to come clean

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It's Already Happened

"......See ya in Chemistry" Slam Door in her face

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I always upvote Drake and Josh.

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Exactly

"If I could only get your sister to say that."

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"My sister's dead"

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Pew Pew Pew

Pew pew awkward finger guns [based on a true story]

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I broke up with my girlfriend, and she left the room crying and walked up to my friend and he didn't know what to do. So he awkwardly did finger guns.

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Fast Food Lovers

Sir this is a wendy's drive thru

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Honestly if someone says that to you it's probably a good thing to hear.

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Aaaaaaanyway

inhale through your teeth, raise your eyebrows, & then avert your eyes in silence, eyebrows still raised

"....aaaaanyway..." and then you talk about something completely unrelated

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It Symbolizes Death

I didn't know you were into archery! But honestly that's a pretty stupid choice of wood, even if it is traditional. There are so many types that are better: Hickory, Birch, Red Oak, hell, even Plum is a better choice. Not going to lie, I actually kind of think less of you now for being a Yew fanboy.

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Coolcoolcool

Cool cool cool cool cool cool cool cool cool cool cool cool no doubt no doubt no doubt

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Noice

Made this account because the girl I'll talk about lurks reddit and knows my username. I'll be somewhat vague regarding some details since we reconnected years ago and we've become good friends, but this has always been somewhat off the limits for us.

This happened while we were both on college, we had some classes together and we hit it off. When we were together we had a great time and I truly enjoyed spending time with her.


The L word moment happened after we had been together for like 3 or 4 months up to that point. We had had lunch together that day, then we sat on the grass in a park nearby, and talked and laughed about stupid things. Then, while we ate and laughed, she said "I love you." I didn't feel the same. And I looked at her and said "...nice." I'm not even joking, I answered nice to a love declaration. She cried and she said she was stupid and that she ruined everything and I said that it was okay. I didn't feel the same, but I cared for her.

We continued dating for a couple weeks. Everything just went downhill after that.

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