my friend and i usually say ily too each other, for the first time today hes been saying "i love you." were in high school. is there a difference?
There is a HUGE difference.
ily isn’t as meaning-ful as I love you. Same with love you.
Maybe he likes you more than a friend?
ily is a friendly thing. I love you means I love you:)
ily could be that the person is lazy or doesnt really mean it as much as the three words ‘i love you’ which is a lot more meaningful
ily is more of a modern term i personally like I love you because its more appealing and personal
i suspose it’s the difference between friends saying ily and people that love eachother saying i love you. different ppl got diffenent meanings for it
Typically, “ILY” is just an abbreviated/lazy way of saying “I Love You”….
ILY is for ignorant people or just friends. “I love you” is more sophisticated and meaningful.
Yes. One word is completely childish and isn’t real while the other is strong and passionate. Also “I love you” has 3 syllablesSource(s): Life…
my boyfriend and i have this thing where i love you means something different than spelling it i luv u! weird but the actual “i love you” means something else than a nickname for it. it means things are progressing wonderfully and the feelings are being more tied together.
the difference is 5 letters.