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Posted at 3:44 PM ET, 02/11/2011

Hashtag decoder: #youknowiloveyouwhen comes just in time for Valentine's Day

By Katie Rogers
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A bouquet of roses is seen at a flower market on Thursday in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province of China, and #youknowiloveyouwhen is seen all over Twitter. (Photo by ChinaFotoPress/Getty Images).

As Valentine's Day approaches, friends and lovers are taking to Twitter to tell the world what the most famous four-letter word means to them. (Need VDay inspiration? Look no further.)

The #youknowiloveyouwhen tweets range from touching to absolutely ridiculous. The nifty Whatthetrend.com describes this topic as "Instances when you can see someone loves you." Aww.

#youknowiloveyouwhen all the money in the world wouldn't be enough to compare what i feel for you.less than a minute ago via txt

#youknowiloveyouwhen I offer to cook for youless than a minute ago via web

Well, how will we know you love us?

Tell us using #youknowiloveyouwhen and watch the conversation here:

By Katie Rogers  | February 11, 2011; 3:44 PM ET
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