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    "Bits of love"

    What does "bits of love" mean?

    And can I use "bit" to describe little objects rather than fragments of an object?

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    Re: "Bits of love"

    In what context did you find this phrase?

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    Re: "Bits of love"

    Quote Originally Posted by Piscean View Post
    In what context did you find this phrase?

    It's a stand alone phrase. It is used as store/organization name, TV series title, and some people used it as their username in social media platforms.

    I'm not sure if it has a meaning on its own or it has to be part of a sentence?

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    Re: "Bits of love"

    Quote Originally Posted by Iwmanj View Post
    It's a stand alone phrase. It is used as store/organization name, TV series title, and some people used it as their username in social media platforms.

    I'm not sure if it has a meaning on its own or it has to be part of a sentence?
    It doesn't mean much to me on its own. What does the store/organisation called "Bits of Love" do or offer?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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