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People Are Sharing The Sweetest Text Messages They’ve Received So That You Can Copy/Paste

There’s no denying that a well-worded text message sent to your love can go along way in terms of keeping things lively in a relationship. Of course, while those “three little words” are always a wonderful message to give and receive in a relationship, sometimes something silly or sexy can be even better

To help find some unique messages to share with your boo we scoured Reddit for the most romantic texts users had sent or received.

Check them out below!

For couples in long term relationships.

“I’m gonna snuggle the fuck out of you when I get home. Then make dinner.” –cupcakeinvestigator

“Overly long context: I don’t usually PMS, but there was one week a couple months ago where I just felt like an emotional wreck, and it was freaking me out because I don’t usually get like that. I had been dating my boyfriend a few months, and he invited me to a game night with his friends, whom I had not met before. I was very frustrated about the evening because I like knowing details and planning in advance, but I was looped into everything very late and was getting super frustrated with my boyfriend that I hadn’t been provided more information sooner. When I saw that people were planning on bringing food, I complained to my boyfriend that I had nothing to bring since I found out about everything too late to cook or go to the store. I was going to meet his friends for the first time and show up empty-handed.

Me: well now I feel a little useless that everyone is bringing something and I’m just there to be fed and provided with drinks

Him: You bring joy to me 🙂

That message completely popped my PMS bubble of angst. It was so unexpectedly sweet and reminded me to start focusing on the good things in my life at that moment rather than everything that was stressing me out.” – queen_in_my_pictures

For couples who love to laugh.

“Ok, so my husband has these meaty, nubby fingers and sometimes isn’t the most accurate with his texting. I was feeling really blue and sad, and he tried to text me “I love you more than you know”, but it ended up coming out “I live you more than YOLO” and then I proceeded to laugh until I cried.” – dioxazine_violet

For couples who like to keep things short.

“You make me feel like I’m worth something” – PanicSong

“Love doesn’t even begin to describe it. You are my everything.” –
monotonouslullaby

“I get so fucking excited every time your name pops up on my screen.”- Sister_Winter

“Good morning my Aphrodite.” – Stephalopod

For couples with a lot to say.

“I rly do mean that you’re the greatest part of my life. I honestly can’t imagine living a life without you now. You make life so much better. You’re the one I trust above all others. The one who always makes me smile. The one who I feel is always there beside me. You rly are the world to me. And I couldn’t be happier. Nobody will ever come close to the place you hold in my heart. I know you are the girl I want to spend my life with.” –Luminaria19

“So I’m about to get up and get ready for work. I can’t tell you how much I hate leaving your side, and how much I just want to hold you while your sleep. You’re the most wonderful thing in my life, ladypage and I wish every day was our day off together. I’ll see you later in the afternoon. I love you very, very much, ladypage.”- ladypage16

“I still can’t believe that someone so perfect for me was so close to home. <3 I’m so happy to have met you and fall in love with you.” – Luminaria19

“But honestly, there’s a purity about you that just emanates. And I don’t know what it is, but I have this overwhelming feeling of peace when I talk to you. It’s kind of like if I died tomorrow I would be ok because I know someone like you exists.- Scarletlipstick

For the couple that’s completely happy.

“I’m so glad you happened to me. You make me a better person.” – rankly_birdie

“I like you the way you are and I think you’re perfect for me. You’re experiences and decisions shaped you into who you are right now and I love who you are so really it all worked out for the better.” – nottattooed

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Latinas Talk About Love At First Sight

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Latinas Talk About Love At First Sight

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In an infamous scene in the 1992 book Like Water for Chocolate, the novel’s main characters Tita and Pedro swear their undying love for each other within minutes of first meeting. Just like that, they experienced love at first sight. Stories all throughout history have detailed the romantic personal experience of an instant and ultimately long-lasting romantic attraction for a stranger upon first sight. But how practical— or even true is that really?

We turned to our FIERCE readers to see just how prevalent this phenomenon is.

In a post to our Instagram page we asked Latinas for their love at first love stories.

And scavenged around Reddit for good measure. Check out what we discovered below!

“Yes. I had briefly met him before but it was the first time I ever really noticed him. We had a whirlwind romance and then he left to take a job in Europe. We kept in touch for a few years but never saw each other again. He is the gold standard I judge men by.” –
adorableadelita

“YES with my dog the second I saw him I knew he was the one!! I’ve had him for 17years now and we are happily ever after.”- virgok1

“Yes but I’m just not brave enough to tell them they’re beautiful tho, most incredible smile I’ve ever seen the most captivating set of eyes I’ve ever looked into. But well love from afar right?” –ta_ta1009

“Yes. And it was delicious, I’ll never forget those Tacos dorados. My one and only.”- funkycold___medina

“Yes! I never knew love could fill your heart like that so instantly and so completely! It was the first time I ever saw my niece! Best feeling in the world!”- yesi_lo

“Not in love but in strong lust.” – magnetic67

“Yes! And we just got married during the pandemic (very interesting way how we got married).”-21djenne

“Just when I first laid eyes 👀 on the paletero in my neighborhood. Jokes aside I love that man, he’s so sweet.”- dreathunder

“Yup met mine when I was 17 yrs old and knew I would marry them. Here we are 18 years later and still together.” –elizabeth_pearl

HelloSchrodi1 point·4 years ago

“We were both 18 going on 19. He was a second year science student, I was a fresh faced firstie at a brand new University. I was also 95% sure I was lesbian. I saw this goofy ginger at the outdoor movie theatre, he had Styrofoam strapped to his head and declared himself Julius Ceasar, and gave me the biggest and most genuine smile. When he asked my name, it was a genuine want not just a question you ask to fill time. My heart squeezed a bit, and we kept eye contact for a bit too long before we both turned back to the screen. The next day we ended up sitting across from eachother in the cafeteria, and as soon as I saw him sitting there with a grin on his gorgeous face I knew I could love him. We were attached at the hip for at least 8 hours every day for a month, it was like a need to be around eachother, a magnetic pull and attraction. We started dating after a few weeks. We both fell in love quickly. I never believed in love at first sight, but we fit together perfectly in every way and every day, even now as we’re 20 with a lot of growth and ‘relationship strainers’ under our belts there hasn’t been a day that’s gone by where I don’t think of him and fall further in love. We’ve fought a bit, met eachothers families, he’s held my hand in the hospital and I’ve held his. We’ve had the kids talk, marriage talk, finances talk, and we’re moving in together this summer. It’s also pretty great that we have the same taste in women. I have never been happier, and he tells me the same.”-HelloSchrodi

“We met at work, when we both locked eyes we were drawn to each other. After a week of flirting with each other and staring into her beautiful blue eyes, she actually asked ME out. We dated for 8 years and got engaged; being madly in love is perfection. She walked down the aisle about 13 months after she accepted my proposal. She gave birth to her first child 10 months later, and had her second 2 years after that. She’s very happy in her life. Kind of wished she married me instead of the dickhead she met a month after leaving me.” –UrMomLikesMine

“It was a whirlwind. Can’t really explain it. Distance and heavy workloads on both our parts (we couldn’t see each other at all one year) made us end it. Still best friends, still in a sort of a platonic bond. We’ve both seen other people since then (I’ve just had a bad experience), but I don’t think I’ve ever felt that kind of… ease around someone until months have passed. When she moves here in a few years, who knows? She never will, but if she asked me to wait. I’d say yes in a heasrtbeat.” –ionised

“Yes… now married 10 years.” – juju_bees_mommy

“Well for me it wasn’t at first sight. But for him it was. Within the first week he knew I would be the one he was going to marry and spend his life with. My feelings grew quickly also and we knew we had met our soul mate very quickly. We are doing great. He’s saving up for an engagement ring, both support eachother in our respective fields (me in tattoo artistry and him in filmmaking). Once our financial situation is in order we plan to move to Seattle. I have never been so in love and I don’t regret it for a second.”- BigHeroDicks

elizabeth_pearlYup met mine when I was 17 yrs old and knew I would marry them. Here we are 18 years later and still together ❤️❤️❤️ @fiercebymitu

elizabeth_pearlYup met mine when I was 17 yrs old and knew I would marry them. Here we are 18 years later and still together ❤️❤️❤️ @fiercebymitu

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Latinas Share Why They Wanted To Teach Their Children Their Native Language

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Latinas Share Why They Wanted To Teach Their Children Their Native Language

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In a world with so much rising intersectionality and access to language tools, many still feel that passing along the traditions of their languages is necessary. Studies have shown for decades that children who grow up in an environment where they’re exposed to different languages have a pathway ahead of them that is full of promise. Particularly when it comes to education and career opportunities.

But why else do some parents find it essential to teach their children their family’s native languages?

Recently, we asked Latinas why learning their native language is important to them.

Check out the answer below!

“So they can be a voice for others in their community .” –_saryna_


“Besides the fact that bilingual kids use more of their brains. I’d like to teach my baby my native language so they can feel closer to our roots and be able to communicate/connect with our community not just in the US, but in Latin America too.” –shidume

“So that when the opportunity arises they can pursue their endeavors with nothing holding them back!” –candymtz13


“It not only helps them be multilingual, but also reminded them of their ancestry. Their roots. It builds a certain connection that cannot be broken.”-yeimi_herc


“So they can communicate with their grandparents, so they have double the opportunities growing up so they know their roots. So many reasons.”
elizabethm_herrera

“Know where you came from, being bilingual for more job opportunities later, being able to communicate with family members.”- panabori25

“I don’t have children but I think a language is tied to the culture. For me Spanish is a direct representation of how romantic and dramatic and over the top in the most beautiful way latin culture is. Also I’m Dominican and we just blend and make up words which really represents how crazy my family is.” –karenmarie15


“If I don’t and they lose ties to their people meaning my family who only speaks Spanish and Italian than I myself am harming them. As a preschool teacher I always tell parents English will happen eventually that’s the universal language but teach them their home home language the one that grandma/pa and the rest of the family speaks. They lose their identity. Sure they make up their own eventually but they must never forget where they come from.” –ta_ta1009


“So he doesn’t lose the connection to his grandmother and great grandfather who only speak spanish. So if he ever hears someone struggling to communicate he can help and feel a sense of pride in his roots/culture. 🇸🇻 plus 🤞🤞 I want him to pick up a 3rd language too!” –cardcrafted

“To give them more opportunities in life. I feel that some stories can only be told with authenticity when they’re in their native language. If you have the opportunity to do so, please do.” –titanyashigh

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