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posted by Megan at 1:44 PM
That's the way that I end calls to my parents too. :-) I don't think that anyone should hesitate to answer this way if it's true. Even in earshot of others; even at work.Cheers,Tim.
I've heard men do that, too. But dont you think that when people do that out of habit, not out of a feeling of love arising from their heart, its a waste?
Yay Tim!Missed you in LA over the holidays. You shoulda hung out with me'n'Anand.
I am always touchedYou still made sure to make fun of him though, right?
My wife used to work with someone who would end conversations with his wife by... I don't know how to transcribe it. Imagine saying "I love you" without moving, or really opening, your lips. I mean, everyone knows that A-E-C rise-and-fall, especially when one is ending a conversation with one's spouse. So what was the point?Sadness, I think, is the answer.
Huh, I'd never thought of 'I love you' as something that could be recognizable just from its particular prosody. But I like teaching non-native speakers that you can say 'I don't know' just by sort of singing the tones.
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