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I want to send sweet thoughts to my boyfriend who is based in New York. Can you help me then with long-distance messages for him?

How can I say sweet words for him?


You will need to express your desires empathetically, catering to his preferences and desires in your relationship or in women. If you do not know him that well, then you can use our generic messages below.

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  • "I long for you so much that I cannot concentrate on anything at work. Please come back soon!"
  • "I wish that I were in New York, walking with you into a cafe in a dress that you like the most on me; and we would sit together. I would be burning for your sensual touch".
  • "I miss you and pine for your conversations that excite my mind and your helping words and deeds that help me immensely. Everything seems so bleak without you by my side".
  • "Whatever you do right now, remember that I love you. I share each moment with you, even in your absence, knowing that you are the only one for me".
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