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    loves me / loves me not

    what do you call the action of some garb a flower and sit saying

    " loves me, loves me not, loves me , loves me not" and so on

    I need the cottect slang or idiom for such action

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    Re: loves me / loves me not

    Click here, please

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    Re: loves me / loves me not


    I don't think there is a specific name for that game. To describe somebody who is playing this game I'd say, "She's playing he loves me he loves me not." I hope this helps.

    Andrew Lawton
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    Last edited by Barb_D; 28-Dec-2009 at 04:30.

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