A phrase used by teens around central Nebraska. It is substituted for "I Love You" due to the fact many teenagers do not, in fact, 'love' each other. The couple are not in love, but more than 'like' or a 'crush'.
Brad: Do you love her?
John: No, I blank her.
Brad: Awesome!

(After kissing)
John: I blank you.
Amy: Awwww! I blank you too!
作者 Q.Q. Jennings 2010年7月18日
A term of endearment used in the Midwest and Colorado meaning to have such a passion and connection to someone or something that there is no word that could define the actual feeling. The English dictionary is void or “blank” of such a word.
John: I Blank You
Jane: I Blank You Too
作者 StewTheRabbit 2010年12月16日

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