Interest vs. Like

Know the difference between “I am interested in you.” and “I like you.”

When I find you interesting, I want to know more about you until I realize I like you.

When say I like you, that means I found a lot of interesting things about you.

But when I say “I love you” that means I’m ready to find everything about you as interesting. Even your flaws or boring version (whatever).

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