What is your “love language”

Been reading a lot of gay sappy shit lately and it’s got me feeling all warm and fuzzy inside

What are your top love languages?

Which ones do you like your partner to have?

Edit - A Love Language is basically your preferred way of showing or receiving affection
Like for example, if your language is Words of Affirmation - You like a lot of encouraging and appreciative communication in your relationship

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  • I like giving my partner quality time. Also, if my partner cooks me something delicious, I'm hooked. XD

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  • I took a quiz and got quality time with physical touch being a close second, and even though the quiz was probably garbage I think these make sense for me

    I think I've mentioned this once on here, but I always feel inclined to act like I hate being touched or hugged by others even though I really don't mind it. Even if it's a complete stranger I don't hate getting randomly hugged, and I really wish I hadn't already given the people I'm close to the impression that I'm strictly against physical contact.

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  • I read that title and immediately thought "Spanish".

    Now I feel stupid.

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  • Just spending time with that person I guess. I don't like to spend much time with anyone so that's a big deal for me. And physical touch when I start to feel more comfortable with that person. I'm pretty chill. I don't like getting gifts because I feel in debt, I don't give them either unless it's a special occasion. Acts of service, yeah being there for someone is something you should. When you love someone they should be a priority.

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  • None.

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  • I feel redundant saying that my Love Language is probably Words of Affirmation.

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  • I did do the questionnaire years ago when I was stupid and a Christian...can't remember the result. Probably changed over time, anyway.

    I do still think it's a good way of describing love in a practical sense, though.

    I feel like quality time/acts of service are probably my preferred receiving languages and those plus gift giving are my primary ways of expressing. I often feel compelled to buy random shit for people cos I think they may like it...I've had to learn to reign it in cos not everyone is a random crap collector like me haha. My poor boyfriend has so much random shit because I've seen it, thought he'd like it and bought it when he, a minimalist, would probably have preferred just a photo.

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  • People making me tea or delicious pasta is how I like to receive love.

    In terms of how I act I listen to people’s problems and send them stuff I think they’ll find funny, would that count as words of affirmation?

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    • My brother used to use making a cup of tea for her as a way to diffuse tension with our Grandma.

      She now tells us she hates tea haha.

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      • Tea is the only way I can diffuse tension with my relatives, if I was in your family I would perish.

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  • You forgot “Fuck the five love languages”.


    I tried to take the test and asked the same 3 questions over and over again. I couldn’t hang.

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  • If I was with my gf I would spend loads of quality time because at least she wouldn't be bored.

    Maybe some giving and receiving gifts once in a while.

    Relationship is a lot valuable taking every opportunity that you can offer and have.

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  • You are asking a great question; but, I'm not sure most people understand.

    Everyone: Please read the book "The 5 Love Languages" to be able to properly answer this question.

    Most people have a primary with a degree of a 2nd one.

    In my case; I have tested out equal parts of 4 of them multiple times and many years apart. I have no strong primary one, and no affinity for the 5th one at all.

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    • Ah you’re right, I added a little bit of explanation at the bottom. I assumed it was more commonly known, my bad lol

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  • Giving/recieving gifts are the opposite. Every man wants physical touch. This is so dumb.

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    • "Every man wants physical touch"

      I have asexual male friends who are repulsed by bodies and touch. Are they supposed to want to be touched? XD

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  • Honestly giving is probably my top one, but I think that's often misinterpreted as being materialistic and wanting nice things and that's far from what I want. I'm naturally a giver, but it sucks to naturally be a giver because you realise how many people will use you instead of giving back. I also was neglected as a kid. I don't care about words because most people lie and they don't mean anything to me anyways, but I also like physical touch. If you're really good in bed or know how to touch me I'll also fall WAY harder for you, if it's the opposite with giving or physical touch, I'll end up resenting you presumably if you were my SO. That's how all my relationships have ended so far.
    I'm a loner and really need my space so quality time definitely isn't my love language, especially if you're not my SO. If you are though (or just depending on the person) I could probably spend eternity with you if I like you enough.

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  • I’m physical I suppose

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  • I'll go with the first four choices. But if I have to choose just one it'll be physical contact.

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  • "Love language" like I'm going to bust out in Italian or french. Only love language I can do is speaking in tounges.

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