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    I have a question on an idiom or phrase

    Hi,
    I need to know which one is right...leave you and love you or love you and leave you. What does it mean?
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    Re: I have a question on an idiom or phrase

    Love you and leave you- It can we used as a way of saying goodbye or letting someone know that you are leaving- It's getting late so I am going to have to love you and leave you.

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    Re: I have a question on an idiom or phrase

    It can also be used to refer to a man who has a brief, intense relationship with a woman (perhaps lasting only one night) and then wants no more contact.

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