Love stinks, but “luv” is even worse

April 18, 2009 at 1:00 am Leave a comment

We’ve all gotten the email, text mail or even the old fashioned scribbled note that says, “i luv u”

Men. When you see that, run for your life.

It’s from the “Hot Chick” and she’s out to use you like a tampon. You’re there to stop the bleeding then quickly discarded.

There are differing variations of how Hot Chick bastardizes the phrase “I love you” to strip it of any meaning.

There’s “luv,” signed Hot Chick (translation: thanks for the $20)

There’s “luv u,” signed Hot Chick (translation: thanks for the $200)

And there’s “i luv you,” signed Hot Chick (translation: thanks for helping me move my large u-Haul worth of crap 120 miles to my new town, I owe you a beer we both know I’ll never come close to buying you.)

Notice how in the last version, not one of those words is properly punctuated or spelled correctly.

That’s not by mistake.

Women know the power of the word “love.” It means everything to them. And they don’t throw it around lightly.

The “I Love You” guy gets blow jobs.

The ‘i luv u” guy gets 2 a.m. sobbing phone calls from Hot Chick detailing the latest argument with I Love You Guy.

The “I Love You” guy gets to go out to the bars with Hot Chick who is all over him.

The “i luv u” guy gets set up with Hot Chicks 280-pound Girlfriend.

In the end, “luv” means you get all the headaches, whining and expenses – just without the sex.

So what’s the point?

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God bless you, Mark Fidrych. The Bird will always be alive in me. Baby Shaker? Somebody had to sign off on this. In fact, a whole marketing division had to. WTF?

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