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    What does this sentence mean?

    You've been in love, of course! If not you've got it to come.

    ON BEING IN LOVE. by Jerome K. Jerome - The Literature Page

    What does it mean?

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    Re: What does this sentence mean?

    'I assume you have already been in love; if not, you will be one day'.


    A better title would have been
    You've been in love, of course!

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