A Japanese term, meaning "I'm in love with you"
Aishiteru, Ami.
作者 Ami 2004年4月16日
The Japanese word aishiteru, means i love you in English.
Guy: Aishiteru
Girl: Aishiteru too
作者 Amo0 2011年1月25日
It means I love you in japanese.
Ai shiteru, Kaoru-san.
作者 Rainy~ 2010年3月05日
A Japanese phrase of "I love You".

More intimate though and is actually so strong married couples are hesitant to use the phrase.
Girl: "ai shiteru"
Boy: "Don't you think that is a little extreme. I mean we've only been dating two weeks."
作者 NAtwins 2014年8月06日
Although "aishiteru" is the Romanised form of the Japanese for "I love you", it's worth noting that the word isn't actually used very often in Japan.

Its most common usage by far is amongst weeaboos (see also wapanese) where you'll almost always see it spelled with the Roman alphabet like it is here.
Her: aishiteru~ :3
Me: please fuck off, I'm trying to play Xbox
作者 [PE]kawaii 2013年2月04日

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