I potato you|アイポテイトウユー


アイポテイトウユー[ pəˈteɪˌtoʊ ju

意味・語源:Meaning / Origin

『I potato you』は、「I like you」と「I love you」の中間の気持ちを表す表現。


Meaning / Origin

“I potato you” is an expression that expresses the feeling between “I like you” and “I love you.”

The word “potato” has been substituted because there is no just right word for the subtleties that exist between “like” and “love”.


English Speaker

使い方:How to use
  Well, he’s more than a friend and less than a lover for me. [なんていうか、彼って友達以上恋人未満って感じなんだよね。]
Ah, I know the right words. “I potato you!”  [あー、ちょうど良い言葉知ってるよ。”I potato you!” ] 



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