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you had me at hello


Question Posted Wednesday May 30 2007, 8:46 pm

"you had me at hello" or "you had me at first hello". I know it's a cheesy line that guy's use but I've always been wondering, what does it mean?

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bellaz506 answered Monday June 4 2007, 3:37 pm:
the guy fell in love wiht you wen he first said hello

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Shortcake22 answered Friday June 1 2007, 2:45 am:
It's from the movie Jerry Maguire. In a nutshell, Jerry and Dorothy fall for each other. Dorothy gets mad at Jerry. Jerry comes in at the end of the movie and says this big long speech to win her back over. At the end of it she says "You had me at hello". Meaning, although he just walked in and said a bunch of romantic things to her, he had won her back over right when he walked in the room and said "hello".

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jadoretiffanie answered Wednesday May 30 2007, 9:26 pm:
Love at first sight, or they liked you since they met you- I truly don't believe you can love someone when you see them because love is knowing someone and their faults.

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ANG answered Wednesday May 30 2007, 9:21 pm:
It's like love at first sight. From the moment they met, the guy fell in love.

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sugarplum07 answered Wednesday May 30 2007, 9:17 pm:
It means that from the first moment the girl spoke to him, the guy is completely smitten with her and would do anything for her. I think that quote is cute. :)

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bitterxsweet answered Wednesday May 30 2007, 9:13 pm:
it basically means the same thing as the whole "love at first sight" deal.

meaning said boy fell for you the minute he talked to you.

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beckyboo answered Wednesday May 30 2007, 9:07 pm:
It's from a movie, Jerry Maguire:

Jerry Maguire: I love you. You... you complete me. And I just...
Dorothy: Shut up, just shut up. You had me at "hello".

Basically it's saying, "You don't need to impress me, I'm already captivated".

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