12 Ways To Say ‘I Miss You’

The phrase ‘I miss you’ seems too weak for some situations. It doesn’t capture that feeling of chaos and minor catastrophe caused by the absence of a true love or however you call them. To give the phrase more depth, sometimes you need to add props or a few extra words. For example:

1. Morse Code
– to adroitly communicate your anxiety, anguish and general gloom.

via R&S

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2. Dinnerware
– particularly if you’re an ‘eat-for-comfort’ kind of person.

via Paloma’s Nest

I Miss You

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3. Personalized playlists
– hey, it worked for Nick and Norah.

via cool♥jane

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4. Personalized artwork
–  if your dj skills were only so-so.

via Jolby

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5. Talking monsters
– if your artwork wasn’t as magnificent as you had planned.

via Whale and Bee

I Miss You

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6. Calculations of distance
– forget the arts; math can be romantic too.

via Wendu Ink

I Miss You

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7. Pictures of you crossing that distance
– or the ‘metaphor of you’ (in this case, a rabbit on a bicycle).

via Marmar

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8. Positive thinking.

via Rar Rar Press

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9. A footnote
– to clarify what you really mean by ‘I miss you’.

via Gramkin Paper Studio

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10. Specific details
– what exactly do you miss?

via Near Modern Disaster

I Miss You

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11. Confessions of fear
– nothing says ‘I miss you’ like having dreams of death and destruction, the products of an exaggerated imagination that is sleeping alone.

via Yellow Heart Art

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12. Just to clarify: those were bad dreams.

via The Butte Museum

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