Ways to tell someone you love them

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When you are deeply in love with someone but struggle to find the right words it usually expressible in your field of interest. For example;

If you sum up all my actions of love towards you will release that they will almost surely be what you expected from love.

My feelings for you are so deep that even Kolmogorov could not formalize them.

OK, maybe the examples are bad but I would like to hear some love statements from your chosen field, that if the intended person understood would think you were Lord Byron of the 21st century.

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Seeing as I am not yet a biologist (or whatever the hell I end up doing...) I'd use, "I love you". Possibly in a foreign language, for fun.
  • #4
Meh, from photography (a hobby of mine) you could make up something comparing eyes to lenses...Corny as hell, I know.
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Old one but good. :smile:

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Old one but good. :smile:


Memorized all the lyrics of this :biggrin:
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I've never seen that before Kurdt, but it's quite funny. Though... there aren't many girls who would understand it: my gf would just stare at me blankly if I showed her that!
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Meh, from photography (a hobby of mine) you could make up something comparing eyes to lenses...Corny as hell, I know.

Cornea as hell
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More here: http://www.haverford.edu/physics-astro/songs/hyperbolic.htm

She is just a wanderer with no destination,
And he is just a stop along her way.
Coming near him, she feels a strange attraction,
But it might not be enough to make her stay.

Every part of her is drawn to be near him,
It warps her world, this feeling is so vast!
Perhaps that's why he thinks the earth revolves around him,
But as for her, she's moving much too fast...

It'll never last

Cause she is on a hyperbolic orbit;
No matter how she tries to bend, she knows the dance is going to end.
She is on a hyperbolic orbit,
And she won't be coming back his way again...
  • #13
Poetry is such a wonderful way of expressing yourself. Women and men alike are quite flattered to receive such a personal gift made just for them. Here is one I gave to my love. I think he almost cried when I gave it to him. But actions supporting your poetry is the key to making someone feel loved. Good luck.

Daydreaming at night
aroused, enraptured with delight
the sweet, warm of your breath
distracted by thoughts it left
your body intensely close to mine
pushing against me harder each time
stripping me bare with longing eyes
Of course my love, my master; Your prize!
submit to every movement suggested
blood flushed cheeks and heavy chested
locks of hair round your fingers tightening
exposed, unyielding, yours for the liking
quelled in your waters, floating in the swell
in your ocean's waves, ringing bells
a stellar man, beautiful, strong and tall as the sky
skin tastes like honey, my lovely, I shall obied
kisses so soft yet so strong your hands
overpowering me with your silent commands
whatever you wish, my life, momentarily in your control
trust you unconditionally, my love for you whole.
eternity we have together with each breath
lifetimes, friendships, all put to the test.
every instance, I win; whatever is to come
I find I'm perfectly content, in your affection.
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An Engineer's Valentine
by Matthew Dalton

I was alone and all was dark
Beneath me and above
My life was full of volts and amps
But not the spark of love

But now that you are here with me
My heart is overjoyed
You've turned the square of my heart
Into a sinusoid

You load things from my memory
Onto my system bus
My life was once assembly code
It's now like C++

I love the way you solder things
My circuits you can fix
The voltage 'cross your diode is
much more than just point six

With your op-amps and resistors
You have built my integrator
I cannot survive without you
You're my function generator

You've changed my world, increased my gain
And made my math discreet
So now I'll end my poem here
Control, Alt, and Delete
  • #15
I'll try poetry. Let's see. There was a young man from Nantucket ...
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Very attractive poem Jimmy!
  • #17
Get her an expensive shiny rock.
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Old one but good. :smile:

Categorically excellent!
... Let's apply forgetful functors to the past ...
  • #19
Categorically excellent!

My favorite bit is when he says "by corollary this shows you and I to be purely inseparable, QED"
  • #21
For my wife, I clean the house. She likes that.
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For my wife, I clean the house. She likes that.

Me: I'll let you know later how you'll repay me for scrubbing the mildew off your shower curtain.
Him: You got the mildew off it?! I was just going to buy a new one.
Me: I was still going to get a new one, because it still smells like mildew.
Him: I don't smell anything. :confused:
Me: Oh, and I cleaned your shower drain too so it drains now. I'll show you how to do that yourself tomorrow.
Him: I know how to clean it!
Me: Well, it sure wasn't MY hair clogging it, I was only here a day and it wasn't draining. If I find a hardware store, I'll get a screwdriver that fits the screw better so it doesn't get stripped.
Him: Did you say something about screws and stripping? *starts rubbing my shoulders and kissing me*

Yep, that's love. :biggrin:
  • #23
Leave it to a guy to bring up the Nantucket thing, lol......

And I must say a nice big rock will always be a good way to say "I love you "
  • #24
the eyes, the eyes. Look into the eyes . . . in to me see . . .
  • #25
Use your penis, that's what it's there for!