What does the phrase 'all is fair in love and war' mean?
ALL'S FAIR IN LOVE AND WAR -- The rules of hard play are acceptable in war. In someones eyes 'all is fair in love and war" in other words,in a war between love and hate anything is acceptable or fair.
This phrase is spin of the expression "all is fair in love and war", which is an expression that means anything goes in winning at love or war. Your phrase simply replaced war with basketball, only to be cute and most likely because someone has a passion for basketball. Your phrase really has no meaning, it's simply someone trying to sound cute and most likely has no idea what the phrase means either.
The phrase is the LOVE of money is the root of all evil not that money itself is the root of all evil isn't it?
your true home is with the person or the place you love the most it mean it's where your life is.... it can also mean that your lover is there. That's where the love is. the home is usually where you base your life from.... and your body runs centrally from you heart. it means that one might go to work, to lunch, to dinner, to a movie or play, to parties, to a bar…
It can mean various things. All good things, and you should be pleased with this phrase, in other words he loves you. It's an old term which basically means you're his/her only love, nobody else. However it can also be related with just a pet name such as 'babe' or 'baby' they're more thrown around rather than what 'my love' is though. It's a good thing, all in all he really really likes you.
It is a phrase used to mean that whatever the subject is (people, money, love), that subject is responsible for keeping things moving smoothly and efficiently. For example, "Love makes the world go round" means that without love, your whole world would stop working well and you would feel horrible all the time.