Omg I can not take a nap because this is stuck in my head
What Norman said is in the past. Melissa probably did say after the XM interview “you need to be careful of your words” and he is probably nervous for tonight because he is going to see all of his fans in LA but yet excited. Like I said it’s in the past and today tonight is a new night and day and this week is an new week.
hi! do you have any ideas of words that can replace "i love you"? (like that "okay?okay" one)
Alright. I love this ask. I love it, because it gives me the opportunity to talk about something that I absolutely adore. I am 100% in board for this kind of thing, and heres why;
Language is an illusion. Seriously. The only meaning words have, are the ones we give them. Words and phrases only mean whatever we want them to mean. Words are tools. We use them how we please. Dont believe me? Loot at how many words and phrases Shakespeare invented. It took me a while to realize this, and I actually learned it through acting. See, as an actor, you take the script given to you, and you have to give it meaning. You have to use someone else words to convey emotion. The same monologue can be done 50 different times by 50 different actors, and each one could be entirely different, because each time they gave different words different meanings. It’s all in the way you say it, and the context you put it in. Anything could mean ‘I love you”, anything.
If the emotion is there for the character, it will be clear in their words
Now,I happen to have a set of characters that are hopelessly in love, however, they are absolute idiots who do their best to avoid actually saying the words. So i have a lot of examples. I am also a person who finds it a bit difficult to tell someone I love them, but again, I find away. I hope these work;
1. “Are you okay?”
2. “Im sorry”
3. “Are you happy?”
4. “Good Morning”
6. “Good Bye”
8. “Yes or no?”
11. “Ive got you back” / “Im right behind you”
12. “Im right here.” / “Im here”
14. “Do you mind?”
“Of course not”
15. “Thank you”
“You’re Welcome” / “Any Time” / “Anything for you”
16. “I hate you”
“The feelings mutual”
Here’s a couple of classic/common examples that I hope either work for you, or I hope sparks inspiration in you. Remember anything could mean ‘I love you’, if that’s what your characters are thinking, then it will shine through whatever words they say to each other. If you need anything else, please don’t hesitate to contact me!