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What should you write in a letter to a girl to let her know you love her?


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2005-10-01 05:51:48
2005-10-01 05:51:48

While letters were very romantic years ago (still are to this day, but not as popular) it's best to leave the love letter idea alone until you know this girl a little better and you actually have a strong relationship. If you write a love letter and she is immature she may not keep your letters to herself, but show them off to her girlfriends or, if you should ever split up embarrass you by them. Now is not the time. If you feel the need to tell her you love her do so in person if possible (away from others) or, if she is in another town phone her and tell her. Emails don't cut it! Good luck Marcy


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