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22nd Jul '17 10:21:06 AM Iris
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* [[Literature/IAmNotASerialKiller John Cleaver]] is another human with a good reason to be confused by emotion: he has antisocial personality disorder. Intimacy is....hard for him. His developing feelings for [[LovableAlphaBitch Marci]] confuse him more than anything.
--->'''Hulla:''' Do you love me, John?
--->'''John:''' I don't know what that means.
27th Jun '17 12:03:25 PM JackG
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* ''Series/PersonOfInterest'': In "Synecdoche," the Machine reveals [[spoiler:she loved Root]].
-->[[spoiler:'''Finch:''': "I don't expect you to understand the loss of Ms. Groves.]]
-->[[spoiler:'''The Machine:''': "But I do understand. I loved her. You taught me how."]]

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* ''Series/PersonOfInterest'': ''Series/PersonOfInterest''. In "Synecdoche," the Machine reveals [[spoiler:she loved Root]].
-->[[spoiler:'''Finch:''': "I -->[[spoiler:'''Finch:''' I don't expect you to understand the loss of Ms.[[spoiler:Ms. Groves.]]
-->[[spoiler:'''The Machine:''': "But Machine:''' But I do understand. I loved her. You taught me how."]]
how.
10th Jun '17 1:54:00 AM anza_sb
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* WebVideo/BillWurtz has a video where he asks, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAr2rUbgPzE "what is love?"]]

29th May '17 11:07:30 AM CosmicFerret
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* Used in ''Discworld/TheLastContinent'', with a twist: The questioner is the God of Evolution, and the explainers are a bunch of wizards who have managed to travel back in time to before sex was even invented. Ponder is trying to explain to the aforementioned god why things don't work in ones, and how babies could be made, but the conversation screeches to a halt when the topic of sex is broached. It is left to Mrs. Whitlow (the housekeeper of Unseen University who has been hauled along for the ride) to explain things, leading a few of the wizards to ask if anyone knows what happened to ''Mr.'' Whitlow.

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* Used in ''Discworld/TheLastContinent'', with a twist: The questioner is the God of Evolution, and the explainers are a bunch of wizards who have managed to travel back in time to before sex was even invented. Ponder is trying to explain to the aforementioned god why things don't work in ones, and how babies could be made, but the conversation screeches to a halt when the topic of sex is broached. It is left to Mrs. Whitlow (the housekeeper of Unseen University who has been hauled along for the ride) to explain things, leading a few of the wizards to ask if anyone knows [[OutWithABang what happened to ''Mr.'' to]] ''[[OutWithABang Mr.]]'' [[OutWithABang Whitlow.]]
27th May '17 3:42:20 PM nombretomado
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* In Captain Blue's story in ''ViewtifulJoe'', LevelBoss Alastor demands this of Blue after Alastor finds and reads a love letter Blue wrote to his wife.

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* In Captain Blue's story in ''ViewtifulJoe'', ''VideoGame/ViewtifulJoe'', LevelBoss Alastor demands this of Blue after Alastor finds and reads a love letter Blue wrote to his wife.
20th May '17 5:08:33 PM nombretomado
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* ''VinlandSaga'': When a Christian priest is asked in passing about what he considers valuable in the world, he answers that 'love is the thing that makes all other things valuable'. The Viking marauders and mercenaries he's travelling with not only are confused, but have NO IDEA what he's talking about, and a few more curious ones ask for clarification on this "love" thing he mentions. He isn't really sure either and it is the question that makes him wander the world in search for an answer.

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* ''VinlandSaga'': ''Manga/VinlandSaga'': When a Christian priest is asked in passing about what he considers valuable in the world, he answers that 'love is the thing that makes all other things valuable'. The Viking marauders and mercenaries he's travelling with not only are confused, but have NO IDEA what he's talking about, and a few more curious ones ask for clarification on this "love" thing he mentions. He isn't really sure either and it is the question that makes him wander the world in search for an answer.
15th May '17 12:12:39 PM mouschilight
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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' understands love, but not ''romantic'' love. He cannot tell the difference between romantic love and the love he has for ''ramen''. This is largely due to his upbringing without parental figures or unconditional affection for most of his life. Thus, Naruto's main (and final) growth in ''Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie'' is coming to terms with this idea of romantic love. It has a tremendous impact on his relationship with [[spoiler: [[OneTrueLove Hinata]], who has loved him since childhood, because after he finally does understand, [[TwiceShy he can't look her in the eye afterwards]]. By that point, it's made patently clear that he's in love with her -- except for, {{iron|y}}ically, ''Hinata'']].

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' understands love, but not ''romantic'' love. He cannot tell the difference between romantic love and the love he has for ''ramen''. This is largely due to his upbringing without parental figures or unconditional affection for most of his life. Thus, Naruto's main (and final) growth in ''Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie'' is coming to terms with this idea of romantic love. It has a tremendous impact on his relationship with [[spoiler: [[OneTrueLove Hinata]], who has loved him since childhood, because after he finally does understand, [[TwiceShy he can't look her in the eye afterwards]]. By that point, it's made patently clear to everyone that he's in love with her -- everyone except for, {{iron|y}}ically, ''Hinata'']].
15th May '17 12:05:32 PM mouschilight
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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' understands love, but not ''romantic'' love. He cannot tell the difference between romantic love and the love he has for ''ramen''. This is largely due to his upbringing without parental figures or unconditional affection for most of his life. Thus, Naruto's main (and final) growth in ''Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie'' is coming to terms with this idea of romantic love. It has a tremendous impact on his relationship with [[spoiler: [[OneTrueLove Hinata]], who has loved him since childhood, because after he finally does understand, [[TwiceShy he can't look her in the eye afterwards]]. By that point, it's clear to everyone, even him, that he's in love with her -- except for, {{iron|y}}ically, ''Hinata'']].

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' understands love, but not ''romantic'' love. He cannot tell the difference between romantic love and the love he has for ''ramen''. This is largely due to his upbringing without parental figures or unconditional affection for most of his life. Thus, Naruto's main (and final) growth in ''Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie'' is coming to terms with this idea of romantic love. It has a tremendous impact on his relationship with [[spoiler: [[OneTrueLove Hinata]], who has loved him since childhood, because after he finally does understand, [[TwiceShy he can't look her in the eye afterwards]]. By that point, it's made patently clear to everyone, even him, that he's in love with her -- except for, {{iron|y}}ically, ''Hinata'']].
7th May '17 12:47:33 AM Zeiram1990
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* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/8497281/1/Chasing-the-Dragon Chasing The Dragon]]'', [[WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender Azula]] knows what love means and can recognize it when she sees it, but can't understand the thing itself or why people would do "illogical" things like risk their lives for its sake. As such, she's confused by her feelings for [[LoveInterest Ty Lee,]] since she doesn't understand what exactly she's feeling.
3rd May '17 4:21:15 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* In ''[[VideoGame/Persona3 Persona 3 FES]]'', [[spoiler:the player has the chance to have a social link with the resident robot girl, Aigis. Throughout the social link, she begins to slowly understand what it means to be human. On the final day of the social link, she confesses her love to the main character, believing that she has found out exactly what it means to love. D'awwwwww.]]
** Takes a turn for the worse in the sequel [[spoiler: after the main character's death. Aigis' grief causes her to subconsciously wish she could become an emotionless machine again rather than deal with it. This wish manifests as her EvilCounterpart.]]

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* In ''[[VideoGame/Persona3 Persona 3 FES]]'', [[spoiler:the the player has the chance to have a social link with the [[spoiler:the resident robot girl, Aigis.Aigis]]. Throughout the social link, she begins to slowly understand what it means to be human. On the final day of the social link, she confesses her love to the main character, believing that she has found out exactly what it means to love. D'awwwwww.]]
D'awwwwww.
** Takes a turn for the worse in the sequel "[[PlayableEpilogue The Answer]]". [[spoiler: after After the main character's death. Aigis' grief causes her to subconsciously wish she could become an emotionless machine again rather than deal with it. This wish manifests as her EvilCounterpart.]]
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