The best way is to speak it out naturally in your own way. It is better than parroting someone else's style.
Many girls like those who say those three words in style..........Be natural in stylish way..........
I am not aganist being stylish. I am saying that it should be your style not anyone else's style.
The best way is to stand in front of that girl and say "I love you". If you never say, she will be someones else, and if you tell, probably there is 50/50 chance that you will succeed.
there can be no single answer to this question. It depends on the person involved. How best can you communicate "I love you" to them. For some it will be by saying the words, for some others it may be by a gesture, or a gift etc. You see what I mean?
Actions speak louder than words. Show the person that you love him.
Eg asking about his well being etc
Or simply call him to your place and say him.
That works too.
Still I feel showing is better.
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