What do you do to your chick if she ask you prove that you love me
I think that this is one of those things that are just not do-able in the instant moment. If your girlfriend doesn't know this already I think it is fair play to tell her that what she has asked of you is impossible. Try asking the same of her and see what she comes up with!.
The only thing you can do to show her that you love her is to behave in a consistent and loving manner over a period of time.
I think there is much to be said for the old addage 'Handsome is as handsome does', or to put it another way - Anyone can talk the talk, but walking that talk is a different matter. For instance if you say that fidelity in a relationship is importat to you, then don't screw around, or if you despise domestic violence don't be drawn into giving her the odd 'slap'.
You may not be sure yourself if you do love this girl, but if you do you will find that behaving in a loving way comes pretty easily. if it doesn't then at least it answers the question.
I would say someone who asks that of you is very immature and I would tell her that you will not get caught up in those kinds of silly games.
If you give into this kind of "blackmail" it will never end and she will never be satisfied that you really love her--she'll ask you to prove it over and over again. Tell her you do love her and that just by being there, it is proof enough.
Don't call her a chick. You seriously don't know how to show her that you love her? Then obviously that's why she's asking--because she isn't seeing it in everyday life. Actions speak louder than words. Prove to her that you love her by doing little things to "show" her.
first off, chicks don't talk . but if my lady asked me to prove my love i would continue doing what i always do. she knows i love her so i wouldn't have to prove anything. chick, wow bud.
Being a 'selective elite' in my own right. I feel, she just wants to know where your relationship will go!...Maybe she wants to be more convinced that you are interested only in her!
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You base your answers as much as possible with Science...
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