IAIL

What does IAIL stand for?

I am in love

IAIL stands for "I am in love," which is typically used to declare intense romantic affection for a person. It is most often used in text messages and online.

It's commonly used by teenagers and young adults, most likely in an exaggerated manner, to describe how they feel about a person. However, it may also be used to describe infatuation with material stuff, like leggings, shoes, cars, and food.

If you are wondering whether or not you are ready to use "IAIL," you need to ask yourself three questions:

1. Did time slow down when you first saw your object of affection?

2. Do you feel like you will die if you are apart for more than 15 minutes?

3. Will you stand on top of a table in the high school cafeteria and confess your love to the whole school?

If you answered "Yes" to all three of these questions, congratulations! You are most likely in love and will probably get your heart broken into little itty bits.

Example

"She is the greatest girl ever! I think IAIL with her."

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Last Updated: October 23, 2020

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