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Love Languages

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Laserdragon14, Feb 21, 2018.

  1. Laserdragon14

    Laserdragon14 Dragon Maverick

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    You may or may not know that there are five love languages:
    1. Words of affirmation
    2.Quality time
    3.Receiving gifts
    4. Acts of Service
    5. Physical touch

    Personally, mine is Quality time, so what is yours?
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  2. luxuryluxray

    luxuryluxray make a wish!

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    The way I express myself usually is through acts of service, so mine may be that. Quality time is the only other one I'd go for. Basically, I tend to show that I care by putting aside time to be with someone or do something for them.
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  3. Junkrat

    Junkrat Demolitions Expert

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    Hm, I'd say quality time. I'm bad at conveying my feelings (as in, I rarely tell my friends "I love you", I expect them to already know), I'm not very physically affectionate aside from hugs, and my 'acts of service' would probably be buying my friend a small fries from McDonald's... but I love spending time with them. I hang out with my friends almost every day after school, go home with them, text them, etc etc. So yeah, I think quality time!
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  4. jeevan261001


    Words of affirmation. My friends and peers say I have a way with words and it seems that is the best thing i am good at.
  5. Absolute Zero

    Absolute Zero The second seal

    Level 19
    Mar 17, 2015
    I've been asked this before, but I forget what I determined what my answer was. I suppose I'll run through it again.

    1: Words of affirmation. I really don't care. For example, a while ago at work one of my bosses asked me for like three favors back to back and said she needed them done asap. Luckily I just finished with exactly those things and was like "Here, it's already done!" to which she replies, "Oh, good" and goes off on her way. Someone nearby says "Yeah, thank you." and I'm like "for what?" Because I literally didn't even notice that I wasn't thanked. I just don't know. I recognize gratitude, friendship, and even love when they aren't explicitly stated. Honestly, people who hang too much on Words of Affirmation seem to needy to me.

    2: Quality time. This is probably a big one for me. One of my favorite things to do with the like five people who I actually love is to just hang out and drink coffee or watch TV or lay on a bed. That's it, and I'm happy as a clam. You can call me at three in the morning and call me out to a diner 60 minutes from where I live so you can cry to me about something and I'll say "I'll meet you there in 30 minutes".

    3: Receiving gifts. I don't care about being on the receiving end of this language, but I do speak this one. For christmas when people ask what I want I'm like "How about coffee? An all-day Batman marathon? Just playing Donkey Kong Country 2 for a few hours?" While at the same time I'll get you $40 of artisinal fudge, a $60 Steam gift card, and a full set of new tires for your car. I don't understand the discrepancy.

    4: Acts of service. I don't know about this one, I try to be self-sufficient in my actions, so I don't often have to rely on others for acts of service. And when I do, I suppose I see it as something which I swear to reciprocate when the time comes, so it's more of a business deal than an expression of care.

    5: Physical touch. Only with some kinds of love. I'm not a very huggy person, except with certain people (see #2), I despire getting massages, and generally have less touchiness than most people. However, when it comes to certain people *cough* yeah, physical touch means a lot. It can easily convey something very deeply emotional and psychological. It's just when there's not the deepness of emotionality that I don't like touch One of my old co-workers from a job I had like four years ago hugged me when she saw me. It was weird, and unwarranted.

    TL;DR I think Quality Time is my language. Let's just get coffee and sit in the park for an hour or sit on the couch and watch a DC Comics animated movie marathon and I will be one happy guy.
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