nils answered Thursday September 18 2008, 11:08 am: 143 can mean anything as long as it fits the formula, which is: 3 words, first word has one letter, second has four letters and third has three letters.
Traditionally it has meant "I Love You", but as long as the middle word has four letters, it can mean such things as:
I miss you,
I like you,
I want you,
I need you,
I hate you, etc.
It can be used in combination also. Here's an example:
Only I know what I am saying, which makes it interesting for Nikki because she has to think, "does he really really miss me, or does he miss me and...something else."
K2204 answered Saturday November 12 2005, 4:01 pm: I love you. 1=I, because I is one letter long. 4=Love, becasuse love is 4 letters long. and 3=you becasue you is 3letters long. this is offten used if there are people around, like parents, who you wouldnt want to say "I Love you" Infront of.
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