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    "I am totally into you"

    Hi,

    What does it mean

    "I am totally into you" or "You are totally into me"


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    Zuhair

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    Re: "I am totally into you"

    It means nothing to me.

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    Re: "I am totally into you"

    But i have listen this phrase many times in the movies and T.V series.

    “I'm so glad we met, you are amazing.” If the guy is telling you he's into you.

    If I'm into you, and comfortable, I won't want to "share" you.
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    Re: "I am totally into you"

    Quote Originally Posted by Zuhair Abbas View Post
    Hi,

    What does it mean

    "I am totally into you" or "You are totally into me"


    Kind regards

    Zuhair

    *** NOT A TEACHER ***

    "I am totally into you" = "I am in love with you to the utmost extent".
    It may not be restricted to romantic relationships. I think you can say, for example, "He is so into pop music."

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