Hamish and Andy are full of good advice.
They’ve come up with a clever plan for how to walk your dog when you don’t have time (get another dog to walk it), how to change your bedsheets when you goddamn hate changing bedsheets (put 30 layers of sheets on and just rip one off every so often), and just yesterday, they had a segment on foods that will make your farts smell less.
I know, I know. You can listen to it here.
BUT NOW they’ve gifted us the most valuable advice yet: What to say to a partner when you’re not quite ready to say “I love you.”
We've all been in that tricky situation. You've been seeing someone for a couple of months, you really like them, and the relationship is definitely going in the right direction. But neither of you are at the point of saying "I love you" yet.
So what do you say?
According to Hamish and Andy, we need a way to tell someone that while you're not ready to say 'I love you,' you're definitely on the way.
Hamish posed the question, "Is it grammatically and factually correct, and an accurate representation of your relationship, if you were to sign off with: I will love you, or I'll love you? Because you're just letting them know one day it'll happen."
"I'll love you."