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25 Romantic Phrases That Don’t Exist in English

25 Romantic Phrases That Don’t Exist in English

This term, which holds the Guinness World Record for “most succinct word,” means “looking at each other hoping that either will offer to do something which both parties desire but are unwilling to do.”

25 Romantic Phrases That Don’t Exist in English

A melancholic nostalgia for someone or something from the past.

25 Romantic Phrases That Don’t Exist in English

The literal translation is “You bury me,” referring to a love so deep you can’t imagine living life without your partner.

25 Romantic Phrases That Don’t Exist in English

A girl who’s only attractive when she’s viewed from behind.

25 Romantic Phrases That Don’t Exist in English

That intoxicatingly euphoric feeling you experience when you’re first falling in love.

25 Romantic Phrases That Don’t Exist in English

The act of running your fingers through your lover’s hair.

25 Romantic Phrases That Don’t Exist in English

“A person who leads someone on (intentionally or not). Appearing as if they are genuinely interested romantically when they aren’t.”

25 Romantic Phrases That Don’t Exist in English

Literally translating to “grief bacon,” this delightful word refers to the less-than-delightful excess weight you gain from emotional overeating.

25 Romantic Phrases That Don’t Exist in English

That bittersweet feeling of loving for the last time — in other words, that feeling you get when you know a love won’t last.

25 Romantic Phrases That Don’t Exist in English

A question asked for the purpose of finding out someone’s real intentions.

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4 comments for “25 Romantic Phrases That Don’t Exist in English

  1. attilakn
    August 4, 2014 at 2:05 am

    1st word = look shared by two, each wishing the other will offer something they both desire but are unwilling to suggest or offer themselves

  2. findingataraxia
    August 4, 2014 at 2:08 am

    FIXED!

  3. Odincdaj522004
    August 4, 2014 at 2:09 am

    An officer and a gentleman. Or, alternatively, a… something cool and a lady. I don’t know phrases. [/drevil]

  4. Imapeacockcapn
    August 4, 2014 at 3:41 am

    There’s a phrase for #4. “Butter face”. Looks good from behind, but her face.