Why is French the language of love?

When I took French in high school, I recall the teacher telling us, No wonder it's called the language of love. Many of the pronunciations require you to pucker your lips, which would in a sense be like kissing.

Answer 2:

I'm French so I dont know but I have friends English speaker who told me that it's the nasal vowels that sound very nice to them, the pronunciation is romantic, the intonation is very pleasing too, a very 'lippy' language. Meaning that you really have to stick your lips out to make the right sounds. And an unique way of expressing love . Visit France then you'll know why, You'll find lots of love there. ( Je t'aime! Je t'aime! )