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I think it’s safe to say that we love something when it has a lot of meaning for us, or when we really, really, enjoy something – a good restaurant, a movie we really enjoyed, maybe a song, a piece of jewelry, or anything else, we say that we “love” it. We all love our parents, relatives and friends we meet in our lives, which is definitely a kind of love. One day we find ourselves in the presence of someone we find attractive, someone we’d like to get to know more about and be around.) Come January, ads for the some of the biggest global dating service brands gradually replace those Guinness ‘White Christmas’ TV spots, while the same companies bombard news outlets with press releases aimed at steering casual daters onto the internet.