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You're so adorable, I can't with you
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Without more context, I wonder if the writer meant to say

eg You're so adorable. I can't live without you

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gaylord336: What does “I can't even with you” mean in this expression?
You're so adorable, I can't even with you.

It would really help if you transcribed your sentences correctly.

Also, I don't understand what you are asking.

You ask, "What does it mean?" Then later in the thread you give us a link, and you say, "This is what it means". And the link defines clearly what it means.

So does this mean your question is now answered?


By the way, I read the link, and "can't even" sounds like some slang that only very young people use, and only in very casual speech between good friends. It's one of those expressions that was probably invented yesterday and will be abandoned as old-fashioned tomorrow. I don't recommend fretting over it. That would be a waste of your time and ours.

CJ

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https://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/can%27t+even


this is what they meant


You're so adorable I 'can't even' with you

You're so adorable I 'can't even' with you

What does can't even mean here?

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 CalifJim's reply was promoted to an answer.
I'm confused as to why Clive thought it meant
CliveYou're so adorable. I can't live without you

You're so adorable, I can't with you

I corrected this sentence by adding one word.

ie You're so adorable. I can't live without you.


You don't think that was a reasonable thing to do?

Clive

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