"I Love You"
The most simple yet complicated phrase for the present generation. From stalking the one we love to being friends and then taking things forward base by base, it has all become official with an 'I Love You'.
But, the meme culture which has surrounded each one of us has different phrases to offer. From tagging our friends in these jokes to repeating them every effin time. Here is a list of phrases that followers of meme culture religion would relate to.
Take a look at some of the best substitutes for 'I Love You'.
Remember this one? Remember tagging your squad in all the memes associated with this one? Well, so do I...
And then there were these words to neutralise the effect.
Ajay speaking these taglines was the funniest thing that I had come across.
This is the moment when you feel like the accounts department in the Workplace is a temple, and the person who credited your salary is the idol who must be worshipped.
Because there's no love more pure and deeper than this one!
After realising how much people who happen to be in a relationship go through, I think these words would be better than an 'I Love You'.
That's by far the best way any PM has ever addressed his audience. Isn't it?
When the food arrives, it is as if a long lost lover has come back to find solace in your arms, or should I say mouth?
Someone just took 'Aao kabhi haveli par' way too seriously!
Khoobsurat ho, sundar ho, I love you is all basic now. The next big thing might just be 'patli ho gayi'.
If there's anything called 'Shopagasm', every girl gets one when she reads such things!
We still remember this dialogue from the film Judaai.
It's time to rejoice and party hard because then there's no judging game involved!
Do you agree?
Abbey, how would you spot your bae if there was no electricity?
*Fridge mein ek can rakha hai*
These three words have become so popular that from customised mugs to t-shirts, they are everywhere to remind people of how they actually look like. :P
Memes and videos on this have been the talk of the town since they first appeared on the internet.
This can be turned into a reality if worked upon. But, considering the current state, I think these words would be better to hear rather than 'I Love You'!
That's all, people.
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