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    Guys what does it mean when a man says "I adore U" to a girl?

    When a man says to a girl he doesnt know all that well - but has spent some time hanging out with her and getting to know her says "I adore you" what does this actually mean?

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    it means hes hungry and he wants a sandwhich

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    Quote Originally Posted by monkey123 [Register to see the link]
    it means hes hungry and he wants a sandwhich
    hmm...................................

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    Well under what context was it under when he said it? "I adore you for lending me your phone for a minute"?

    Or it may have been a genuine statement that he actually does adore you, whether that's an indicator that he's got romantic feelings towards you is anyone's guess. Some people say "I like you" in different ways I suppose.

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    Not a word I would use, but perhaps an indirect way to say "I like you". If he only consider you as a friend, then he shouldn't be sending these kinds of signals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monkey123 [Register to see the link]
    it means hes hungry and he wants a sandwhich
    i laughed out loud.

    but seriously - it generally means what he said. he adores you. (thinks your cute/pretty you maybe?)

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    I have no idea...strange word choice, if you ask me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monkey123 [Register to see the link]
    it means hes hungry and he wants a sandwhich
    ahahaa....

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    He has made it clear he likes me as more than friends and when we were on the phone talking it just came and he said "i adore u"

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    well in that case, it means he adores you, really.

    I don't think there any subliminal messages behind those words, just take them at face value I guess.

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