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I'd like to know why some of the thirty-something people I know use the phrase "love you" when they end any conversation with an aquaintance. And since when do people label their friends "my grandmother friend", "my cry on the shoulder friend", and use these "friends" when they need them? It seems that being a friend doesn't mean the same thing as it used to. How can you "love" someone you only see once a week at church, or social gathering?